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Paulaner Brauhaus

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Paulaner Brauhaus' typical German interior décor and authentic Bavarian menu, combined with its casual yet charming service, will definitely present an unforgettable experience for both young and old. Come and enjoy a wide range of original Bavarian dishes and your favourite Paulaner beer in a truly unique German atmosphere.

Mon - Fri: 12:00 - 14:30

Daily - PH: 18:30 - 22:30

Sun: 11:30 - 14:30


(Bar) Fri, Sat & PH eve: 11.30am - 2am
(Bar) Sun to Thu: 11.30am - 1am
+65 68832572
$43 based on 56 submissions
Dinner (25 votes), Live Band (25 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (22 votes)
Chubby Botak Koala

Belated Octoberfest

For the complete Chubby Botak Koala dining experience, click here:
http://www.chubbybotakkoala.com/2013/12/2013-bday-episode-2-paulaner-brauhaus.html

Enticed by their lunch menu ('LM'), we decided to visit the first / oldest microbrewery in Singapore. This is actually my second visit here, the first was way back in 2004.   During the month of November and December, Paulaner has lunch special price at $14.90++, including free flow of soft drinks. Of course the best offer is 2 glasses of 0.3L freshly brewed Paulaner Beers @ 12++ to complement the lunch special. Well, a couple of sip of this golden liquid won't do you any harm for afternoon lunch isn't it.   The first floor of the microbrewery is allocated for brewery and bar, the second floor is for the restaurant / dining hall. The centre piece of the dining area is the 2 storey totem that was erected from the second floor to the third floor. Quite amazing indeed. The natural light that filled the room during the day brings a warm but cooling atmosphere to the dining hall.   For appetizer, we were served slices of rye-wheat (Roggenmischbrot) and whole-grain (Vollkornbrot). The bread texture is dark brown and more condense compare to the french bread. The crust is thick but the inner part is soft. To accompany the bread are butter and pate.   The food came in no particular order and we just share the food as it comes. Grilled Bavarian meatloaf with fried egg and potato salad ($16.80) and Deep fried crumbed Camembert Cheese, with toast, mixed salad and cranberry cream (Lunch Menu – 'LM'). The meatloaf has a similar texture to ham, but nicely grilled. It is nicely seasoned and not salty, and goes well with the mustard sauce. The Camembert cheese is coated with bread crumbs before frying. The cranberry cream combination has a nice fruity taste remind us of the upcoming holiday season. Combining the toast, cheese and the sauce is just delicious.   Of course the visit to German Restaurant won't be complete without the Crispy Pork Knuckle ($29.80). The crispy pork knuckle were cut to smaller pieces, served with mash potatoes, sauerkraut, bread dumpling and gravy. It has a superb crackling but the meat remain tender. Some outer part of the meat without the skin are also pretty crispy. Sauerkraut helps to maintain the balance of the dish so it does not become overwhelming, and the gravy to accompany this dish is just wonderful. The bread dumpling is dense and solid, something that we are not used to.   The service during our lunch is good. The service staff are very friendly and attentive. The food came at a regular interval which was very good that we can complete a dish without overcrowding the table.   Overall, we really enjoy our dining experience at Paulaner. The lunch menu is just value for money, even for the item from regular menu. It has a very well balance taste and easy on the palate. I really look forward to my next visit, hopefully I don't need to wait for another 8 years . Cheers!!!

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Paulaner Brauhaus
27 Dec 2013 • 281 reviews • 21 followers

Belated Octoberfest

For the complete Chubby Botak Koala dining experience, click here:
http://www.chubbybotakkoala.com/2013/12/2013-bday-episode-2-paulaner-brauhaus.html

Enticed by their lunch menu ('LM'), we decided to visit the first / oldest microbrewery in Singapore. This is actually my second visit here, the first was way back in 2004.   During the month of November and December, Paulaner has lunch special price at $14.90++, including free flow of soft drinks. Of course the best offer is 2 glasses of 0.3L freshly brewed Paulaner Beers @ 12++ to complement the lunch special. Well, a couple of sip of this golden liquid won't do you any harm for afternoon lunch isn't it.   The first floor of the microbrewery is allocated for brewery and bar, the second floor is for the restaurant / dining hall. The centre piece of the dining area is the 2 storey totem that was erected from the second floor to the third floor. Quite amazing indeed. The natural light that filled the room during the day brings a warm but cooling atmosphere to the dining hall.   For appetizer, we were served slices of rye-wheat (Roggenmischbrot) and whole-grain (Vollkornbrot). The bread texture is dark brown and more condense compare to the french bread. The crust is thick but the inner part is soft. To accompany the bread are butter and pate.   The food came in no particular order and we just share the food as it comes. Grilled Bavarian meatloaf with fried egg and potato salad ($16.80) and Deep fried crumbed Camembert Cheese, with toast, mixed salad and cranberry cream (Lunch Menu – 'LM'). The meatloaf has a similar texture to ham, but nicely grilled. It is nicely seasoned and not salty, and goes well with the mustard sauce. The Camembert cheese is coated with bread crumbs before frying. The cranberry cream combination has a nice fruity taste remind us of the upcoming holiday season. Combining the toast, cheese and the sauce is just delicious.   Of course the visit to German Restaurant won't be complete without the Crispy Pork Knuckle ($29.80). The crispy pork knuckle were cut to smaller pieces, served with mash potatoes, sauerkraut, bread dumpling and gravy. It has a superb crackling but the meat remain tender. Some outer part of the meat without the skin are also pretty crispy. Sauerkraut helps to maintain the balance of the dish so it does not become overwhelming, and the gravy to accompany this dish is just wonderful. The bread dumpling is dense and solid, something that we are not used to.   The service during our lunch is good. The service staff are very friendly and attentive. The food came at a regular interval which was very good that we can complete a dish without overcrowding the table.   Overall, we really enjoy our dining experience at Paulaner. The lunch menu is just value for money, even for the item from regular menu. It has a very well balance taste and easy on the palate. I really look forward to my next visit, hopefully I don't need to wait for another 8 years . Cheers!!!
24 Sep 2013 • 9 reviews • 0 follower

Kid friendly place!

our daughte
05 May 2013 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Great Beer, Great food, Great atmosphere

Upon walking into paulaner at 8pm in the evening, the atmosphere i felt was great. People were enjoying their beer. The food that everyone was eating looked extremely scrumptious. And it's a spacious place too, with what looked like a few floors worth of space to eat and drink as well as the al fresco dining area. So my group decided on sitting at the alfresco dining area instead of in the building itself.

The various beers they had had us spoiled for choice. So everyone order a different beer and different entree. There wasn't a consensus of which beer was the best, but the consensus was the pork knuckle is a must try!

After dinner, we just chilled there and continued having a few more beers. So after our 3 hours there, we called for the bill and the price wasn't that cheap, but for what we were getting, the atmoshpere, the beer, the food and the service, it was a justifiable price to pay and I would definitely go back.
03 Feb 2013 • 54 reviews • 2 followers

SMU Gourmet Club

For the full review and photographs, visit:

http://www.smugourmetclub.com/articles/paulaner-brauhaus/

Situated on the first floor of Millennia Walk, directly opposite Marina Square, Paulaner Brauhaus is where you get a choice of sitting outside to enjoy a warm summer breeze, or at the bar, enjoying the resident performer belting out soulful songs from Bruno Mars. And if you want a real taste of how the Bavarians celebrate Oktoberfest, head up to the second floor with the kind of live band you don’t get anywhere else! In addition to drums, they make use of cans and barrels to create merry music!

he first appetizer is the Potato Rosti with dry smoked ham gratin with Gruyere cheese. The pan-fried grated potato was crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, with the melted Gruyere giving it a creamy texture and earthy taste. A simple, but well-done dish for the old and the young.

The Sauteed escargots gratin with herb-garlic butter had escargots that were soft and chewy, and the ever-present taste of garlic butter. Although a tad oily, the dish was flavourful and slid easily down the throat. The escargots themselves were slightly bitter, but was otherwise masked by the herbs and garlic.



19 Jan 2013 • 230 reviews • 23 followers

Singapore's longest standing microbrewery

For the full review/pics, do visit http://yumyumformytumtum.com/2012/10/11/paulaner-brauhaus-singapores-longest-standing-microbrewery-and-2-cheap-ways-to-get-smashed-on-booze/

It’s weird that there’s Sauteed Escargots with Herb Garlic Butter ($16.50++) on the menu, since snails are more of a French dish. Still, it’s prepared rather legitimately here and the snails are plump and juicy, with a savoury garlic butter sauce that I didn’t hesitate to soak my garlic bread in.

I’m still on the fence about the Potato Rosti with dry Smoked Ham Gratin with Gruyere Cheese ($13.50++). It’s nothing to shout about really, and the fried potato strips weren’t even crispy when the dish was served but there’s something about rosti that one finds it hard to complain about. You know that feeling too, it’s akin to complaining about hash browns and you just don’t!

Never leave Paulaner without having their Paulaner’s Famous Grilled Pork Knuckle on Sauerkraut with Gravy and Bread Dumpling ($29.50++). It’s one of the better grilled pork knuckles I have tried so far and for some reason, it came conveniently deboned. The meat is suitably moist with a nice layer of crackling and the portion was indeed generous enough for 2 to 3 people to share comfortably while allowing for stomach room for other dishes. The only thing I didn’t like in this dish was the Bread Dumpling, which tasted like a dry savoury muffin with random bits of vegetables inside.

The biggest surprise came from the Sirloin Steak 250g with Sauteed Mushrooms, Roasted Potatoes & Seasonal Vegetables. It was done as per request of medium rare, well marinated and tender. I had no qualms eating it without any condiments. The Roasted Potatoes are great too, lightly charred on the edges for that crisp texture and light smoky flavour.