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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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Tasty and affordable pork knuckle

Went on a saturday during lunchtime expecting a crowd. Coffee shop was relatively empty. Ordered half a pork knuckle and a pint of hoegaarden. Price was reasonable, cheaper than other full-fledged restaurants. Skin was roasted to golden and crispy perfection while meat was quite tender. Mashed potato was clearly hand-made from whole potatoes which was a pleasant surprise. Beer was tasty and not diluted. Would visit again.

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• 22 May 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Tasty and affordable pork knuckle

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Went on a saturday during lunchtime expecting a crowd. Coffee shop was relatively empty. Ordered half a pork knuckle and a pint of hoegaarden. Price was reasonable, cheaper than other full-fledged restaurants. Skin was roasted to golden and crispy perfection while meat was quite tender. Mashed potato was clearly hand-made from whole potatoes which was a pleasant surprise. Beer was tasty and not diluted. Would visit again.
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• 14 May 2015 • 7 reviews • 0 follower

Hearty food for the soul

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Notice how most of the negative reviews on HGW are from people who've only written 1 review? They created an account especially to write a bad review for one particular experience and never again? Sounds real dodgy to me. To all my favourite eateries who get negative reviews from these dodgies... have strength!
 
 Stew Kuche is an anomaly and that's what got it attention. Western food in a local coffeeshop setting.
 
 We enjoyed the meats and beers. The service attitude is nonchalant at best ... think grouchy uncles and disgruntled cashiers. I consoled myself by thinking that it is a coffeeshop after all, although, I HAVE had better service at most neighbourhood coffeeshops.
 
 Nonetheless, the food was well-prepared and satisfying. We ordered from the French stall at the other end, too, and so I think that is due a separate review of its own.
 
 I had wanted to try the much-talked-about pork knuckles but my dining companions weren't feeling particularly lardsome that day. I shall be back again - on my own this time! - to try your pork knuckles.
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• 11 May 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Dont waste your time..

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Attitude of the service staff is terrible, particularly the uncle, over-priced and uninspired mediocre food and drinks from Stew Kuche. $11 for a beer in a coffee shop environment. $20 for a pasta. You'd be better off going to Brotzeit. It is a real shame that the uncle and Stew Kitchen put such a negative on this place as many of the small micro tenants appear to offer some good stuff. Until service changes, give a wide berth, its not worth your time or money.
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