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Paulaner Bräuhaus Singapore

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SERVUS! Welcome to Paulaner Bräuhaus, Singapore's only German Microbrewery & Restaurant! Our typical German interior décor and authentic Bavarian menu, combined with our casual yet charming service, will definitely present an unforgettable experience for both young and old. For more than 20 years Paulaner Bräuhaus Singapore has produced hand crafted premium quality beers here at Millenia Walk's premises. Our resident brew master chooses only the best ingredients such as hops from the Hallertau right outside of Munich and malt from Upper Franconia, produced by an old-established family enterprise which was founded in 1879. Try our on-site brewed regular and seasonal beer specialties and enjoy a wonderful time at the Bräuhaus. Prost! Your Paulaner Bräuhaus Team
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9 Raffles Boulevard
#01-01 Millenia Walk
Singapore 039596

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11:00am - 02:00am

11:00am - 02:00am

11:00am - 01:00am

11:00am - 01:00am

11:00am - 01:00am

11:00am - 01:00am

11:00am - 01:00am

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Tropical Wheat (S$8.80 per bottle) to counter that tropical heat. This limited edition beer was recommended by the waitress before the beer would be available on tap from 9 May 2019 onwards, at S$16.80 a pint.

The taste profile of the beer was hoppy and citric, with quite a low bitterness and carried some sweetness. It reached a point where I almost thought I was downing a liquified version of a chicken chipolata, or maybe I was just too hungry. But the good news was that given its lightness, I thought it was very easy to drink, with or without food on the table. But I guess the perfect pairing would be with their seasonal white asparagus which would be rolled out any time now.

A main course like this Roasted Whole Pork Knuckle (S$31.90) would be seemingly too large a portion for dinner, but it was worth every cent of it if you were a roasted pork knuckle person like me.

The chef would be more than happy to help you debone the roast for easier consumption, but despite having quite a fine balance of crispiness and tenderness, be prepared to send your jaws for an extensive exercise if you would choose this.

But the goodness did not stop at the meat. Along with the dish also came a generous portion of Sauerkraut, and that really helped to cleanse away the greasiness a fair bit while at the same time also tasted great (one of the best Sauerkrauts I had taken so far). The “ball” that accompanied the dish was a Bavarian bread dumpling, which was also delicious because of its buttery richness, but I came to realisation in the middle of the meal that if I were to empty the plate all by myself, I would probably have a digestion problem.

So the best way to enjoy this meal without fearing of overeating, would probably be to share it with two or more people, so that the other dining buddies would order something “lighter” for everyone to potluck: a food strategy best executed with Burpple Beyond in hand.



I liked the thin crust base of this salmon pizza. Would have tasted better if there were more cheese or salmon slices.