Inspired by the Habsburg Empire – the once-powerful kingdom that included the territory of Austria-Hungary and others until its dissolution at the end of World War I – Kaiserhaus serves culinary creations fit for royalty in Singapore’s City Hall area. Beautiful Austrian and German specialties are served up by friendly, attentive staff in an elegant setting reminiscent of an Austrian villa, magically transported to a site down Stamford Road.
Good food. Would visit again. Love the deco and environment. Authentic food
this was a nice place to visit and quite enjoyable
Step inside Singapore’s Kaiserhaus at Capitol Theatre in City Hall and prepare to be carried away to the Vienna of the late 19th-century – a time when the city was known worldwide for its contributions to the arts, its opulent architecture and its connection to the Czech, Hungarian, Northern Italian and Balkan cultures. With such a wide variety of residents, the cuisine of Habsburg Empire grew to include a fusion of ethnic flavours fusing together to create a unique culinary tradition all its own.
Open daily, Kaiserhaus provides locals with a rich taste of the former Habsburg Empire. Led by Chef Hans Lueftenegger, the restaurant provides a wide array of mains, wines, coffees and decadent desserts. Don’t leave until you try the wiener schnitzel, a hearty Austrian classic that will have you pledging your allegiance to the Hapsburg throne before you can say schlosserbuben. Finish your meal with a coffee and cake and imagine yourself yodeling in the Austrian alps – but do make a reservation ahead of time to ensure a table at Kaiserhaus’s Stamford Road premises in Singapore’s City Hall.