Filed in best german restaurants | July 05, 2018
Established in 1988 by Werner & Nancy Hochbaum, this authentic German bakery is known for its divine freshly baked goods and famous German dishes. Make a European traditional stop at Werner’s Oven, and explore everything this cozy and hearty nook has to offer. As a word of advice, make sure you try their popular freshly baked sourdough!
- One of the first German bakeries in Singapore: Werner’s Oven has been around for over 20 years, proudly serving some of the most delicious rustic German dishes in Singapore. Although quiet and unpretentious, this place has established a large customer base, with fans from all around Singapore. Being one of the first German restaurants to open in Singapore, they are not new to the game!
- Generous and hearty food portions: Looking for a hearty meal on a cold rainy day? If the smell of the bread lurking around the store does not lure you in, then the portion sizes surely will! Werner’s Oven serve excellent portion sizes for the price, and are packed with rich flavors, the freshest ingredients, and savor-worthy bites.
- Good service and warm hosting: The hosting in Werner’s Oven is simply superb. The welcoming staff will take your order, accommodate for menu changes, and serve the food within minutes. Best of all, they do not charge for service.
- Extended opening hours: Whether you are groggily walking in at 8:30am for your morning coffee and sourdough, catching up with friends with a hearty lunch, or dining with your wife for dinner, this German spot is suitable for any meal due to the extended opening hours. Come in (and bring your appetite) from 8:30am until 10pm for an authentic European meal.
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MENU: The menu offers an extensive selection of authentic German recipes, and a sufficient availability of German beers. For a satisfying dinner, try the Grunkohl Mit Rauchwurst Und Kassler, which is a pork sausage dish with green kale and sautéed potatoes. Need something for the picky kids? Order the Schweine Cordon Bleu with Sauerkraut, served with crispy French fries. Make sure you order some sourdough with your meal, as their baked goods are their specialty.
AMBIANCE: The general atmosphere is cozy, homely and comfortable. With simple décor, deep-red table cloths and ceiling spot-lights spreading a warm glow, it is very suitable for casual dining to catch up with friends or have a meal with your loved ones.
AVERAGE PRICE/PAX: $25
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