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  • Want to take a bite out of the best dishes in Singapore? Discover delicious German restaurants based on price, location, and more. Find the top spots for your next lunch or dinner faster than you can say "yes please!" to dessert.

    Find the best listing restaurant to eat out in popular areas of Singapore

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    Restaurant Brotzeit - Katong in Katong, Singapore

    Brotzeit - Katong

    Katong
    German Restaurant

    $$$$

    KatongGerman Restaurant

    $$$$

    5.6/6
    55 reviews
    Casual
    5.6/6
    55 reviews
    Brotzeit - Katong
    Casual
    Restaurant Brotzeit - Raffles City in City Hall, Singapore

    Brotzeit - Raffles City

    City Hall
    German Restaurant

    $$$$

    City HallGerman Restaurant

    $$$$

    5.0/6
    73 reviews
    Casual
    5.0/6
    73 reviews
    Brotzeit - Raffles City
    Casual

    Brotzeit - Westgate

    Jurong East
    German Restaurant

    $$$$

    Jurong EastGerman Restaurant

    $$$$

    5.0/6
    96 reviews
    5.0/6
    96 reviews
    Brotzeit - Westgate

    Brauhaus Restaurant & Pub

    Novena
    German Restaurant

    $$$$

    NovenaGerman Restaurant

    $$$$

    5.1/6
    17 reviews
    Casual
    5.1/6
    17 reviews
    Brauhaus Restaurant & Pub
    Casual

    Brotzeit - VivoCity

    Harbourfront
    German Restaurant

    $$$$

    HarbourfrontGerman Restaurant

    $$$$

    5.1/6
    103 reviews
    With a viewCasual
    5.1/6
    103 reviews
    Brotzeit - VivoCity
    With a viewCasual

    Bread, Beer & Brez'n

    Tanglin
    German Restaurant

    $$$$

    TanglinGerman Restaurant

    $$$$

    4.9/6
    11 reviews
    CosyCasual
    4.9/6
    11 reviews
    Bread, Beer & Brez'n
    CosyCasual
    1. 1.

      Order Meat Dishes with Only the Finest Ingredients

      If you adore pork, beef and lamb, German cuisine is going to be a revelation. For example, you'll find specialist places serving classic German currywursts coated in spicy sauce, or platters crammed with kielbasa sausage and sauerkraut. If you want something even more substantial, you'll find eateries offering schnitzels that have been coated in breadcrumbs and fried until they are just right. With ham hock, pork and beef stews, meatballs in white sauce and massive joints of lamb on the menu as well, German restaurants in Singapore are a meat lover's paradise.
    2. 2.

      Find Healthy Meals at the Finest German Restaurants in Singapore

      However, for some people these meat-heavy German dishes can sometimes be a little too stodgy. That's no problem though, as you'll find plenty of lighter options at the best German restaurants in Singapore. Vegetarians can sample some of the world's finest potato salads or snack on stuffed cabbage rolls. And that's before you get to the soups. Germans adore piping hot soups or stews that are stuffed with freshly picked vegetables and herbs. So if you need a nutrient hit, be sure to check out dishes like potato soup, beetenbartsch (beetroot soup) or goulash at your favourite German restaurants in Singapore.
    3. 3.

      Wash it all Down with the World's Finest Beers

      German restaurants in Singapore aren't all about savouring exceptional continental cooking. As anyone who has attended Oktoberfest will tell you, the beerhalls and German restaurants in Singapore are a great place to try premium weissbiers and Pilseners. Why not book a table at a local eatery where you can order up a platter of authentic bratwurst, German fries and a couple of Bavarian beers? Whether you've had a tough day at work, or just want to get together with friends, a German feast could be just what you need.