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Werner's Oven

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Address: 49 Joo Chiat Place, 427773

A German restaurant and traditional bakery, Werner's Oven combines great food and warm service for it's customers. They are famous for their German Sausages, Oxtail Stew, and signature Crispy German Pork Knuckles. The tradition of using the best and the right ingredients- many of which are from Germany- and using traditional German methods of baking and cooking began from the day they started in 1988 and remains to this day. Come savour it all at reasonable prices and no service charge!

Tue - Sun: 08:30 - 22:00

Closed: Mon

+65 64423897
$29 based on 55 submissions
Children/Family (12 votes), Dinner (12 votes), Lunch (12 votes)

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Great sausages and sides

I found out about this place when my dad used to have a shop around siglap. We've been to many German eateries and this has been by far our favorite. I love the farmer's sausage, it is what we order whenever we visit. Juicy and tender with the right amount of seasoning, really great! The side dishes we ordered this time was an extra mashed potatoes, since the sauerkraut and potato salad are already served alongside the sausages. Mashed potatoes have a smooth texture and the potato salad have some nice fruits in there as well, keeps it refreshing. Sauerkraut is unexplainably good, right amount of acidity (y) However, i would say their dessert is not a plus point, they're too sour (unripe fruits) or there's just a flaw each time we visit. Servitude is not the best, had to wait a while before we could get a waiter to serve us. We also requested for some plain water but that did not arrive until we asked the 3rd time. Overall, good food, homey ambiance (lots of wooden furniture), a joy to visit each time :)

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• 16 Dec 2013 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

Great sausages and sides

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I found out about this place when my dad used to have a shop around siglap. We've been to many German eateries and this has been by far our favorite. I love the farmer's sausage, it is what we order whenever we visit. Juicy and tender with the right amount of seasoning, really great! The side dishes we ordered this time was an extra mashed potatoes, since the sauerkraut and potato salad are already served alongside the sausages. Mashed potatoes have a smooth texture and the potato salad have some nice fruits in there as well, keeps it refreshing. Sauerkraut is unexplainably good, right amount of acidity (y) However, i would say their dessert is not a plus point, they're too sour (unripe fruits) or there's just a flaw each time we visit. Servitude is not the best, had to wait a while before we could get a waiter to serve us. We also requested for some plain water but that did not arrive until we asked the 3rd time. Overall, good food, homey ambiance (lots of wooden furniture), a joy to visit each time :)
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• 16 Sep 2013 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Wholesome German food

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The aroma of roasting sausages hit me the moment I stepped in and that was a good sign.  

My veal sausages was ok-ok, but I loved the mashed potatoes and sauerkraft - it was good - very authentic. My fren had the pig trotter which was huge! But he finished it, so it must be that good! I did take a bite out of my hubby's vegetarian pasta - the bologanise sauce was not overly salty and the noodles was al-dente.  

The atmosphere was also very homely and I think I'll be back for the breakfast cos it's tempting me with scrambled eggs and pancakes - my all-time faves! 


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• 25 Aug 2013 • 397 reviews • 55 followers

Hearty, Rustic German Cuisine

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Full Werner's Oven review here: http://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.sg/2013/08/werners-oven.html


This quiet and unassuming German restaurant and bakery was started by Werner & Nancy Hochbaum in 1988, and was among the first German bakeries in Singapore. Now, over 20 years later, Werner's Oven is still serving up hearty portions of rustic, traditional, home-cooked German dishes.

Ambience at Werner's Oven fits with the homely cottage vibe. Decor is true and true German, with the German flag hung above the arch doorway, tongue-in-cheek wall paintings, comfortable and rustic looking furniture, and warm lighting. Werner's Oven feels like you've stepped into a countryside home, rather than a restaurant.

Service at Werner's Oven is friendly and welcoming. Food is prepared quickly, and served within a short time from ordering. Staff are able to accomodate small change requests, and are knowledgable about the menu. Plus point; Werner's Oven has no service charge.

Food portions at Werner's Oven are generous, and the ingredients used are of good quality. These come at a price though, as a meal at Werner's Oven will cost about SGD $25 + per person. But I must admit that dishes are generally tasty, packing rich and full flavours, with each bite a delight to savour. Truely special and excellent! Recipes are authentic, traditional German. The real highlight is their home-made bread, especially the sourdough, all of which are also available at their bakery.
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