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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

9 Raffles Boulevard
#01-01 Millenia Walk
Singapore 039596

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11:00am - 02:00am

11:00am - 01:00am

11:00am - 01:00am

11:00am - 01:00am

11:00am - 01:00am

11:00am - 01:00am

11:00am - 02:00am

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💵: $27.90

📈: 7/10

🤔: Wish it had a crispier crust, but it was still pretty good, reminiscent of a giant chicken nugget. Came with fries which were really good for some reason, not sure if it was seasoned or we were just hungry LOL.

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The restaurant occupied 3 stories with bar at first floor, restaurant at second floor, and brewery at top floor.

Paulaner Signature Sausage Pan (S$26.90++)
Two grilled “Nurnberger” sausages, a Bavarian white “Bratwurst” sausage and Paulaner signature sausage on “Sauerkraut”, with mashed potatoes and Paulaner dark beer sauce.
Love the juicy sausages, especially the signature which oozed out melted cheese.

Pork Schnitzel (S$25.90++)
Thinly flattened pork escalope, breaded and fried golden brown with butter, served with lemon and French fries.
Not sure why but the breaded meat tasted like chicken nugget. Kind of more on the dry side.

Paulaner Brauhaus
Address 🏡 : 9 Raffles Boulevard, # 01-01 Millenia Walk, Singapore 🇸🇬 039 596
Tel ☎️ : 6883 2572
Open ⏰ :
Sun - Thu : 11am - 1am
Fri - Sat, Eve of PH : 11am - 2am
Website 🌐 :
MRT 🚇 : Promenade (CC4/ DT15)


It's hard to find good German food & beer in Singapore City area.. Glad to have try

Ambience was amazing with three levels of sitting and decorated in a German fashion. We ordered two schnitzels: pork and chicken a sirloin steak and their specialty: PORK KNUCKLE. Steak portion is small :( We don’t drink and it’s a pity as I think they do brew some legit alcohol.

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Grilled Salmon Filet in Butter - $27.90
Nicely grilled salmon that’s seasoned with salt and pepper, with tasty salad by the side. Mixed lettuce with cherry tomatoes and fresh herb vinaigrette which was very refreshing! It’s a very popular place for beer drinking during TGIF, somemore can enjoy burpplebeyond promotion, time to head down with your friends for a chillax dinner already

With everything ranging from writing to reading to exercising to even perhaps the mighty act of waking up becoming a chore as of late, there is no doubt that even the narcissistic demi-god of unparalleled genius in the art of food reviews (@thintbites) requires a kick to bring his dismantled soul together as one again. The aforementioned kick can be labelled simply as food, or rather the prospect of novelty in the food culture of this island. Enter Paulaner Bräuhaus, a namesake restaurant boasting a spacious interior that was indeed reminiscent of a grand tavern in the heart of the land of automobiles.
Hailing as Singapore’s only German microbrewery and restaurant, Paulaner Bräuhaus was a first for me. Indeed, the Bavarian hospitality that was promised came through in their food and atmosphere. The table started with some finger food of sorts through their Paulaner Trio “Light” ($13.90++), with lightly pungent sticks of Emmental cheese, a Bavarian cheese spread (“Obazda”) and another herbaceous cream cheese spread.
It is worth noting that their mains are substantial, and I mean REALLY filling. As such, our group simply ordered two main dishes which I’m proud to say sated our hunger rather well. Their Roasted Whole Pork Knuckle ($31.90++) was a chunk of pure carnivorous desire with a crackling exterior and tender pull-apart meat that turned every forkful into pure greasy bliss. We also went for their Original Veal Schnitzel ($29.90++), a thin veal escalope served with sautéed baby potatoes and a wonderfully complimentary cranberry dip that proved well for the entire meal.
If you’re looking for a place with hearty, rich and bold German cuisine in the concrete jungle surrounding the Fountain of Wealth, look no further than Paulaner Bräuhaus. On a totally different note, this picture further exemplifies the point that Samsung cameras are arguably better at taking pictures of food than Apple.