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(Closed) Bacchus (Dempsey)

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Mon to Fri: 6.00 pm - 1.00 am, Sat to Sun, Eve PH & PH: 6.00 pm - 2.00 am

+65 64746628
$47 based on 5 submissions
Dinner (4 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (4 votes), Quiet (4 votes)
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Overall a Good Restaurant

Four of us dined at Bacchus this evening.

The red wine was not great, however the white wine was acceptable. 

The food was great and we'll definitely be back. It's a shame this restaurant is tucked away behind Muthu's - it would certainly get more traffic if it were in the main area.

The salmon, the sausages and the Maultaschen (tube pasta stuffed with beef and spinach) are all dishes we can recommend for the main. 

For the dessert, the lava cake is delicious!

While a little austere for what you would expect for a German-concept restaurant (maybe it's Swiss-Germain??), it is clean and presentable.

The HGW community like this place for...

  • Flammkuchen2 votes
  • Maultaschen1 vote
  • Meat loaf1 vote
  • Roasted beef1 vote
  • Salzfleisch1 vote
  • dumpling soup1 vote
  • molten lava cake1 vote
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• 09 May 2010 • 2 reviews • 1 follower

Overall a Good Restaurant

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Four of us dined at Bacchus this evening.

The red wine was not great, however the white wine was acceptable. 

The food was great and we'll definitely be back. It's a shame this restaurant is tucked away behind Muthu's - it would certainly get more traffic if it were in the main area.

The salmon, the sausages and the Maultaschen (tube pasta stuffed with beef and spinach) are all dishes we can recommend for the main. 

For the dessert, the lava cake is delicious!

While a little austere for what you would expect for a German-concept restaurant (maybe it's Swiss-Germain??), it is clean and presentable.
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• 29 Jan 2010 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Nice night with German wine

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I went with my German friends to Dempsey in a wine restaurant. We were not very satisfied there and found a new German Wine & Dine Restaurant in Dempsey Block 7. Very nice ambient. Not so dark as before. Very friendly staff they recommended very good wine. My German friends were silent and smiled satisfied about the recommendation. We took Flammkuchen with the white wine. Very crispy and good. We ordered 2 :-)

After that we took main course. I took Roasted beef with onion and potato salad. My friends eat typical German food sausages, Salzfleisch and Maultaschen. They said this food better than many restaurants in Germany.

We were fully satisfied.

After food the staff offered us cigar's. They have a very nice cosy smoking area. We took a bottle very tasty Redwine (Lem???) didn't remember. We smoke cigars and enjoyed the wine.

Was a perfect evening ! We definitly will come back !

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• 18 Jan 2010 • 33 reviews • 18 followers

Yet another so so food..

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You may have a little trouble looking for this place as it is still fairly new. It is right behind Jones the grocer.

Bacchus (Bacchus basically is the Greek God of wine :D )has lots of variety of German wine and decent meals to go along with it. Personally I might not return there again as I can get German fare else where in town. Oh ... it was shockingly empty during dinner time at Bacchus on a Saturday evening. The place wasn't even half filled. I guess they really need to do alot of publicity in get the crowd in. . I really like the decor of the place. Very farm like..very cozy .. and the servers are really friendly and nice. Prompt service I would say.

There is complimentary bread before food is served . There are a variety of sausages to choose from and u can add on your own sides. Sausages are about 10-12 bucks while sides are charged accordingly.

I tried something different for a change.

It's pork chop with potato noodles ( schnitzel wiener art ) Yeah.. the noodles tasted something between pasta and potato.. ahahaa..The sauce was suppose to be some chef speciality but I don't like it :P Actually, kinda regret coz it was just pork chop..expensive ones too..

Other friends mostly ate sausages.. A friend had the  Flammkuchen which is almost like pizza but without the cheese.. it was thin and that one looks good..

I tried the lava cake...which was warm choco. cake served with vanilla ice cream. it was decent.. nothing great though..

overall I doubt I will return. 

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