Stew Kuche

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36 reviews
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#01-40, 119 Bukit Merah Lane, 151119
European, German, Western
+65 68846884
+65 62766445

Tue - Fri: 11:00 - 15:00

Tue - Fri: 17:00 - 22:00

Sat - Sun: 11:00 - 15:00

Sat - Sun: 17:00 - 23:00

We are closed every Monday, except Public Holidays

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$15 based on 44 submissions
After Work (8 votes), Boys Night Out (7 votes), Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (6 votes) ...

Introducing the newest and coolest premium Food, Coffee & Beer enclave in Singapore. A brand new concept for chilling-out and dining. We are located  just a block away from Alexandra Food Village.      

This new German food outlet brings to the area, an interesting selection of food. With an impressive mix of authentic German fare and craft beers, you can expect your taste buds to be tantalized by our perfect blend of mouth-watering selections of yummy treats and your senses pampered by the nice laid back ambience.

With an extensive menu of Authentic German food and an impressive list of imported craft beers, you will be spoilt for choice, A ‘must try’ is stew küche's (German for ‘kitchen') best-selling dish,the German crispy pork knuckle. This is served with a local twist: achar (Indian pickles) instead of the usual sauerkraut is the side dish (half $15; whole $25). Other German specialities include the paprika beef goulash ($15.50) and a choice of sausages (starting from $6.90). Commonly served in upmarket restaurants, these traditional European dishes are a rare find at local neighborhood places.

Stew Kuche is just the place for real German food at a relaxed chilled out  setting. So just kick back, relax and enjoy. 

What others are eating here

Pork Knuckle and Sausages Platter
Pork Knuckle and Sausages Platter
Alio olio plain - abit tasteless
Alio olio plain - abit tasteless
Chef recommended- beef slow cook not bad but portion for 2
Chef recommended- beef slow cook not bad but portion for 2
Best pork knuckles ! Super good reasonable price too
Best pork knuckles ! Super good reasonable price too
Plate with 6 difference - portion for 3
Plate with 6 difference - portion for 3
  • Pork Knuckle 12 votes
  • meats 3 votes
  • 3 sausage 2 votes
  • Apple Cider 1 vote
  • Cabonara pasta 1 vote
  • Fish and chips 1 vote
  • Mixed Grill 1 vote
  • Pork Collar Chop 1 vote
  • Rosti 1 vote
  • Squid ink pasta 1 vote
  • Sunny side up over chicken chop 1 vote
  • beer 1 vote
  • marinara spaghetti 1 vote

Latest Review for Stew Kuche

Overall RatingBased on 36 reviews
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Absolutely loved the pork knuckle - Give me more!

Food/Drink 5 | Value 5 | Ambience 5 | Service 5
Total Reviews: 29

Though it says half, the pork knuckle was HUGE. The skin was deep fried to perfection- it was crackling very loudly in our mouths. In contrast, the meat remained juicy and moist. We absolutely loved the whipped potato that came with the pork knuckle - there were huge chunks of potatoes and held together with bits of onion and black pepper. Very, very hearty. There was also an interesting twist to the national German dish- achar is also served as a side. The sour and slightly spicy preserved vegetable gave an interesting blend and texture to the pork too. We also loved the atmosphere at the Salute Coffeeshop.

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You're joking right?

Total Review: 1

This seems to be yet another copycat version of so many places claiming to be "German".  In the past, there was a Stewhaus...they did a better job with their offerings and service.  Pity they went under.

The food here is so disappointing that I'm not even going to describe it in detail.  Should suffice that you should spend your money somewhere else.

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German?? Ya right...

Food/Drink 1 | Value 1 | Ambience 2 | Service 1
Total Reviews: 2

This place is as German as my Lederhosen from Aliexpress. The Roesti (not German in the first place) had the texture of badly mushed potato mush. The pork knuckle had a foul smell to it. The sausages were served on a slice of processed cheese. Half the menu not available. Beer was sour, no gas - sitting in the heat for too long.
 Service - everything can not. 
 Singaporean owner, Indian and Chinese service and kitchen personnel. Why open a "German" restaurant? Why not stick with something you know and can manage? Sorry but this is a very sad state of affairs, certainly will never be back.

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