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Stew Kuche

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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

+65 62766445
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Awesome Pork Knuckles!

I'm a fan of German pork knuckles and this place ranks highly on my pork knuckle list. No frills place to get favourite meat. Been here many times and still loving it. Price is also very competiive to other German restaurants. Highly recommended!

The HGW community like this place for...

  • Pork Knuckle7 votes
  • 3 sausage1 vote
  • Cabonara pasta1 vote
  • Squid ink pasta1 vote
  • marinara spaghetti1 vote
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• 18 Apr 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

paying restaurant prices at a local coffee shop

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eriously the food are expensive if you compare it with a restaurant. This is a stall at a local coffeshop situated in a HDB area and is next to those factories, shouldn't the food be more affordable and GST is even included.
i think it's better to go to an airconditioned restaurant with proper service.
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• 18 Apr 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

lousy service, average food

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my friend wanted to have pork knuckle and I was 'bluffed' (some stupid reviews/recommendations when I googled pork knuckles singapore) into thinking this place is a good choice so after checking out the opening time we headed to this place on a Friday evening.
this was our time there and both my firned & I felt very unwelcoming, all the waiters/waitress (servers?) seemed to be in bad mood and all were pulling long faces, when we asked for menu (since there is no menu on the table, instead we have menus from the 2 wings & the burger stalls), the staff simply point her finger to the air and said 'it's there'..after i managed to find the menu, the staff taking the order pulled a long face and answered in an impatience tone when i asked him simply just 2 questions on the food items. 1 misttake i made was forgetting to ask him for the receipt as all the food items are calculated with a 7% gst charges separately, I was wondering whether they are genuinely a GST registered company? aren't we pay gst on the total bill instead of individual item???
when the food was served it was so-so, nothing fantastic. Generally a bad experience for us and this was the 1st and will be the last time we patronise this coffeeshop stall.
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• 12 Apr 2015 • 96 reviews • 0 follower

Awesome Pork Knuckles!

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I'm a fan of German pork knuckles and this place ranks highly on my pork knuckle list. No frills place to get favourite meat. Been here many times and still loving it. Price is also very competiive to other German restaurants. Highly recommended!
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