Paulaner Bräuhaus Singapore

1005 Wishlisted
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

9 Raffles Boulevard
#01-01 Millenia Walk
Singapore 039596

(open in Google Maps)

11:00am - 01:00am

11:00am - 01:00am

11:00am - 01:00am

11:00am - 01:00am

11:00am - 02:00am

11:00am - 02:00am

11:00am - 01:00am

View Address & Details

Top Dishes

What you should order based on community favourites

Shop vouchers

Enjoy dining without burning a hole in your pocket, no membership required


From the Burpple community

1-for-1 o-fest beer (sorry can't recall how much, but it's 1-for-1 before 7pm!)

Very yummy and light alcohol that goes really well with the food which is rathed flavourful and relatively more oily. There's a sweet tinge which according to the waitress is because there's honey in it.

Two more days to get it (their oktoberfest specials end on 24 Oct), else have to wait another year for it!

German currywurst @ $20.90

Yummy! The sauce is supposedly curry-flavoured tomato sauce and it's quite well balanced. We guess that it's essentially still tomato based, so the curry flavour is very mild but still tastes great nonetheless!

Super huge portion of fries which goes well with the other sauces they provided (ketchup, chili and mustard) but cannot be finished.

Great food overall!

Paulaner oktoberfestpfandl @ $41 for one person portion

Consists of quarter duck, quarter pork knuckle, 2pc chicken schnitzel, 2 nurnberger sausages, suaerkraut, bread and potato dumplings.
Which is a lot and enough for two.

Our personal favourites are the duck and the pork knuckle which both go well with the oktoberfest sauce which we have no idea what it's made of. Both are flavourful and the meat texture is soft and good.

The chicken schnitzel tasted quite well though it's a bit dry. So it's good that they cut up into two small pieces for sharing.

The sausage was also good and juicy and tasty. But it's only one small one for each of us (but then again this is meant for one person's portion).

The potato and bread dumplings have got a bit of an unusual texture so it might not be for everyone.

The sauerkraut was done well and helps to cleanse the palette in between the meats.

Overall a great dish but recommend for sharing between 2pax!

This halloween, we’re going dark with @paulaner_sg 1-for-1 beers. This tanned beauty is their freshly brewed Dunkel, which is probably the lightest dunkel I’ve ever had the pleasure of imbibing. It’s basically a slightly roastier Pilsner, but it’s every bit as refreshing. Prost, my friends.

Went here some time back for the 1 for 1 burpple deal. Never tried German food before so why not? The interior is beautiful with three storeys; first being a drinking area, second the main dining area and third the brewery. We sat on the second floor and felt like we were on a ship. I can’t remember much about the food but I’m defiantly not cut out for German food😅 their food is definitely on the salty side and the pork knuckle despite it being huge and crunch which I appreciate, just taste too porky. The sauce that came with it was pretty bitter and overwhelming i disliked it. The sauerkraut is too much for me but hey i finally tried it.

1 Like

German meatloaf that...tasted very much like American SPAM/ Asian luncheon meat. Slightly underwhelming as I’d expected pure minced meat blend and more solid “bite” to the meat loaf. That aside, it was rather flavourful (tho a tad salty and oily). I love how the restaurant allows flexibility for diners to swap their sides. Instead of potato salad, I got my favourite spatzle! As a result, this meal was kinda like Hong Kong - style brekky of noodles, luncheon and egg if you ask me!

1 Like