A updated visit to Brotzeit with the family.
Brotzeit is a home-grown (Singapore) franchise that having been providing good German food since 2006. I went to their first outlet in Vivocity and was impressed. Since then, I have preferred Brotzeit to most other franchised German fare in Singapore.
Lachs-Rösti is made with potato rösti, sautéed spinach, smoked salmon and hollandaise sauce.
It’s Austrian rather than German, but the Hungarians claim it to be theirs too. Anyway, Gulaschsuppe (goulash soup) is packed full of flavours and served with chunks of stewed beef that was folk tender.
Würstelplatte (sausage platter) comes with five German classics – Hühnerwurst (spicy chicken sausage), Käsekrainer (cheese stuffed pork sausage), Nürnberger (grilled pork sausage with special spices), Weiβwurst (classic Bavarian-style boiled sausage) and Thüringer (Thüringen-style sausage with marjoram). Served with Sauerkraut (German boiled cabbage). Always loved German sausages because the skin was crunchy and there’s always a complexity of flavour with each type.
The restaurant is a perfect location and therefore crowded all the time during happy hours. But it was standard German fare, not the top notch type. Given that the food was slightly better than Pauläner, this would do the trick.
Brotzeit German Bier Bar & Restaurant
252 North Bridge Road, #01-17 Raffles City Shopping Centre, Singapore 179103
Tel : (65) 6883 1534
Date Visited : Oct 2019
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