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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

Sat - Sun: 11:00 - 15:00

Sat - Sun: 17:00 - 23:00

We are closed every Monday, except Public Holidays

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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 Aug 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

So bad

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The pork knuckle is tough and overcooked, the stew so so.....
The place is just a coffee shop no ambience to speak of....
The only saving grace is the staff, they do their best......
The boss Mr Chua is so horrible, he is like an army commender and does not understand he is there to let his customer have a good time. He made you squeeze to a table too small for your group, when there are plenty empty tables around. When his kind staff provide you with a side table for your drinks, so that you can be at least comfortable to eat, he moved it away!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
We will never go this place again and encourage other not to.................... 
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• 07 Aug 2015 • 22 reviews • 0 follower

Fair but nothing spectacular.

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Boring side and unflavorful pork fat. If a coffeehouse  has a German stall, this is how it'd taste(except that this one charges gst) but don't expect anything more. Pork knuckle had crispy skin and moist meat but they are still missing the porky flavor. pretty much on par with cold storage's version.
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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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  • Drinks only - food from other store

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