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Brotzeit German Bier Bar & Restaurant (Vivocity)

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The origin of Brotzeit German Bier Bar & Restaurant's name is derived from a popular Bavarian expression that translates to "bread-time" ("brot" means bread, and "zeit" means time) - having a small meal to complement a wholesome beer, which fits the culture of Brotzeit German Bier Bar and Restaurant perfectly.

Mon - Fri: 12:00 - 00:00

Sat - Sun & PH: 12:00 - 01:00

+65 62728815
$39 based on 110 submissions
Dinner (47 votes), Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (43 votes), After Work (37 votes)
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Perfect chill-out spot

Went there for a few drinks after work and it was an enjoyable experience. The cool beer chilled away our 
monday blues, the appetizers and desserts are worth a shot if you have the extra bucks. Outdoor spot provides an incredible ambience for the bar. Items are a little overpriced but are of high value! 

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• 05 Apr 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Perfect chill-out spot

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Went there for a few drinks after work and it was an enjoyable experience. The cool beer chilled away our 
monday blues, the appetizers and desserts are worth a shot if you have the extra bucks. Outdoor spot provides an incredible ambience for the bar. Items are a little overpriced but are of high value! 
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• 05 Nov 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Shittest Service

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Visited the establishment on a Wednesday night, it was half packed. Received horrible service from the wait stuff, brushed us off multiple times. Didn't look like they gave a s***, just merely walked off even when they saw us signaling to them. Will not return here ever.
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• 19 Oct 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Terrible Time Watchers

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Dear Country Manager
Whilst dining at your vivo city outlet. We noted that your staff only had one single intent. To go home. 
Such mindless dispassionate staff are the bane of the service industry. 
The last order for food on a Saturday is actually at 12 midnight but guess what, at the door we were informed that last orders are at 11pm. Just so that they won't need to entertain late diners. 
I feel it is so unfair that businesses like yours enjoy such a huge late dining crowd and yet do not cherish or treasure it at all and do not take steps to develop this segment but instead abhor your late dining patrons with such indignity and horrible service. 
Your waiting staff actually approached us 8 (eight) spelt in full in case you need to double read. 8 (eight) times to ask if they could clear the plates despite our numerous negative answers. 
It was obvious that we were still halfway through dinner. 
Now the music was turned off at 1235pm
If you do not wish to serve late diners. Please shut your establishment at 10pm
Thank you for ruining our dining experience
Yours sincerely
Gary Tan

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