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Stew Kuche

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Address: #01-40, 119 Bukit Merah Lane, 151119

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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. 

Tue - Fri: 11:00 - 15:00

Tue - Fri: 17:00 - 22:00

We are closed every Monday, except Public Holidays

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$15 based on 36 submissions
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Pork Knuckles - Quite tasty but can be better

I had tried the eastern way of eating pork knuckles and so I thougjt I would invite my relatives to join my family for lunch over  western style cooked pork knuckles. The meal was tasty but the salt sprinkled over the pork knuckles can be evenly spreaded out so that certain portions will not be too salty than the rest.

 The portion was sufficient for four adults and two young kids below age six and we are not heavy eaters btw.

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• 29 Jul 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

German food on west central

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Didn't know there is a yummy german food in west so nearby. Coffee shop version but they serve food and hot food - in love with their Pork knuckles but drinks maybe can go with beers instrad bottle drink
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• 28 Jun 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Pork Knuckles - Quite tasty but can be better

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I had tried the eastern way of eating pork knuckles and so I thougjt I would invite my relatives to join my family for lunch over  western style cooked pork knuckles. The meal was tasty but the salt sprinkled over the pork knuckles can be evenly spreaded out so that certain portions will not be too salty than the rest.

 The portion was sufficient for four adults and two young kids below age six and we are not heavy eaters btw.

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• 24 Jun 2015 • 4 reviews • 0 follower

Best Pork Collar Chop and Rosti I've Had!

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Better than many restaurants I've been to.

Amazingly huge portions!

I tried their pork knuckle, mixed grill, pork collar chop, rosti and apple cider. 

Their pork knuckle was nice and crispy. Sticks to the teeth, just like what good pork knuckle should be. The pork was juicy too! 

Their mixed grill was ... alright. The lamb was tasty, tender, and flavourful. The pork in that plate was a bit tough. I think there was chicken too, but the chicken was a little mediocre. Mixed grill cost about $18 or $19, but portions were huge!!

Do not underestimate their pork collar. It uses a cut that I cannot even describe. It's firm, super flavourful and very juicy. Portions are huge! Each pork chop was the size of my hand (fingers and palm). They gave me two pork chops for less than $15 (I can't quit remember how much it cost me).

The sides were delicious too. I think I had mash potato and something else.

When I went back the second time, the pork collar still didn't fail me. I couldn't finish but it was so yummy I happily gobbled everything and cleaned the whole plate off. Small eaters, you can order this to share with two people.

Rosti sour cream was very fresh! The potatoes were fried well (a bit too oily), but nicely salted and bears the charred potato taste. (It's not chao-tah, don't worry.)

Love it!

Sweats... A bit warm if you're seated at Sector A =.=

Warning: If you are going in a big group, be prepared to wait.
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