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Der Biergarten

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Welcome to Der Biergarten, a good old-fashioned German beer garden right here in sunny Singapore. We've got the perfect location at Prinsep Place – in town, yet tucked away in a quiet, cosy corner. Come dine under the stars on timeless German delights like roast pork knuckle, Guinness beef cheek and Sausage Platter. Sit back and have a good, cold beer, and maybe play a game of pool. Then, relax and unwind to the sound of our live band playing jazz and popular tunes – work and deadlines can wait.

Here at Der Biergarten, life gets a little better.

Daily: 16:00 - 00:00

+65 96303079
$48 based on 8 submissions
After Work (4 votes), Ala Carte (4 votes), Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (4 votes)
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Easy, good pickins'

Pork knuckle made easy: new joint on Prinsep Street, Der Biergarten, serves pork knuckle deboned for easy pickins'. The skin is crunchy and well seasoned, the meat tender, and the sauerkraut isn't puckerish. True to their name, this is served with a dark beer gravy. This portion is good for two to four persons ($48); a single portion is also available at $24. They have quite a few good dishes up their sleeves - also try their very tender Guinness beef cheek ($36). We'll make this even easier for you - you can book a table via our app.

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• 26 Aug 2014 • 294 reviews • 15 followers

Easy, good pickins'

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Pork knuckle made easy: new joint on Prinsep Street, Der Biergarten, serves pork knuckle deboned for easy pickins'. The skin is crunchy and well seasoned, the meat tender, and the sauerkraut isn't puckerish. True to their name, this is served with a dark beer gravy. This portion is good for two to four persons ($48); a single portion is also available at $24. They have quite a few good dishes up their sleeves - also try their very tender Guinness beef cheek ($36). We'll make this even easier for you - you can book a table via our app.
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  • Roast pork knuckle ($28;$48). 20 min wait.
• 23 Aug 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

Great food highly recommended!

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  My friends and I were in the neighbourhood, and we noticed this new bar. Pleasantly surprised by the quality of the food and beer (which arrived ice-cold!). We weren't very hungry, but were persuaded to try share the chicken schnitzel and loved it. We liked how it was tender yet crisp and very well seasoned.  Bonus points for the attentive staff and great ambience – perfect for a Friday-night chill-out.
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• 23 Aug 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

You must try thus place

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My girlfriend and I were sick of always going to the same bars, so we decided to pop into Der Biergarten, which we heard about through a friend. We're glad that we did! The staff were so friendly and efficient, and our beers and food arrived very promptly. I tried the Guinness beef cheek, which was super tender and really delicious. My girlfriend had the smoked duck great salad and found it tasty and surprisingly satisfying. Really liked the al fresco setting too – so hard to find in town! I definitely recommend this place and will be back to try more of the menu. (I hear the pork knuckle is excellent.) Cheers!


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