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Singapore 428811

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11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

11:00am - 10:30pm

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Excellent meal made especially enjoyable by the warm and friendly team! Had a lovely time and will definitely come back! Pork knuckle fladen was the star of the meal!

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Thought brotzeit would be able to deliver with their German classics but these fell flat. Some of the pork knuckle was crispy but most was chewy and stale, while the rosti was thick and under-done. I ended up only scraping the very top of the rosti, which was barely even crispy.


Christmas season calls for the quintessential pork knuckle, which is one of the famous dishes here at German restaurant Brotzeit. Pork Knuckle here was huge, well worth the $39. When tapping the knife on the knuckleโ€™s exterior, you can easily tell that the skin was crisp. However, the skin was so thick and laced with fat that it fell out in a big chunk, and I could not even chew on it as it was just too huge and tough. Encased by the skin was a huge portion of chunky meat, that paired well with the sauce, sauerkraut and potato salad on the side. Do be sure to pair it with the sauce, as the meat might get overwhelmingly dry after a while. A decent pork knuckle to have and to share with a (recommended) group.


Wiener schnitzel

Veal schnitzel was soft and tender, fried with a thin batter that was not too oily. The crumbly exterior went well with the sourish jam on the side, and the potato salad we chose. Shoutout to the potato salad because it was a wonderful cold side that was delightful with its onion bits and vinegary nodes. Do note that the potato salad is soft with a mushy texture, but I liked it like that as it matched well with the fried main. I had this a year ago but I felt like this was better done that the previous time I tried, though it still gets a bit plain after a whole, considering how huge the piece was. Nonetheless, I like to jazz it up with a bit of Tabasco to give a bit of spicy and tangy kick.


Knusprige schweinshaut

Pork skin cracklings that we actually got for free from signing up as a brotzeit member by downloading the app. $6 is the ala carte price!
The pork skin cracklings came still crackling, emitting a sound that excited me. The thin crisps felt sooo unhealthy as you know, theyโ€™re literally just a pigโ€™s skin, sliced thinly and deep fried. Every bite gave a good crunch, and it was well seasoned with what I think was salt, pepper, and paprika. A good starter to share with friends to quell the hunger because depending on what you order, food might take a while!


Tiramisu latte was a sweet coffee pairing with the meal. Was genuinely surprised because the tiramisu element was strong, perhaps because they put more tiramisu syrup to elevate the flavour. I did think it was a bit too sweet, and perhaps they couldโ€™ve turned down on the cocoa to reduce the sweetness โ€” perhaps a request that could be made! Caffeine kick in here was adequately strong for me.