Brotzeit German Bier Bar & Restaurant celebrates its 10th anniversary in true flavours of Germany by introducing an array of new beers and food menu, which you can “Prost” (cheers) to all night long in any of their six outlets around Singapore.
Curating only the finest tastes from Germany, Brotzeit will be introducing four new, exclusive beers from German heritage breweries Franziskaner and Löwenbräu, which have been around since 1360s and 1380s.
It includes draft beers like Franziskaner Dunkel Hefe and Löwenbräu Original Münchner Dunkel Lager, for those who appreciate darker beers; Franziskaner Hefe Weissbier and Löwenbräu Original Münchner Lager for a lighter, fruiter alternative.
What’s beer without some bites? Executive Chef Claus Schwarzman has put together a menu, serving only the freshest seasonal dishes that will complement well with these beers.
Spargel Mit Seebarsch ($32). The pan fried seared sea bass with white asparagus is available for a limited season of two months only, starting from May 2016. The white asparagus are imported from Germany every week, which has a juicier and sweeter note as compared to the green asparagus we see in our local markets.
Brotzeitplatte mit Ripperl ($98). You haven’t truly been to Brotzeit without having their signature roasted pork knuckle, sausages, and honey Bavarian pork ribs. The set comes with two sides of your choice, don’t miss out on their Sauerkraut, a fermented cabbage dish that resets your palate from the strong meaty meal.
The roasted pork knuckle is marinated with beers and roasted to perfection over 48 hours, until it is crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside; it is said that the recipe is so exclusive, not even the chefs know what goes into the packet of seasoning.
To pry open and savour the pork knuckle, simply pull apart the protruding bones at the top and tear it side ways to enjoy.
The spices used to flavour each sausage is blended in Germany to achieve a consistent taste internationally, it is then produced locally by a German butcher which strictly adheres to Brotzeit’s recipe.
Ribs and beers can’t go wrong. Keep your hands busy by dirtying them with these sweet caramelised ribs, best paired with a pint of dark larger.
Nachspeisenplatte ($29). A meal’s not complete without desserts to end the night. Best shared with two to three friends, the dessert medley comes with donut-shaped beer battered apple slices, profiteroles with vanilla and chocolate ice cream, a chocolate cake served with a side of chocolate sauce, along with some berries.