May 8, 2015

Baden Restaurant & Pub @ Holland Village

Baden Restaurant & Pub
T.G.I.F. It's been almost half a year since the last meetup at Orchard Gateway with my Lund University exchange buddies.

Yiting suggested Baden Restaurant & Pub located at Holland Village as she heard good reviews from her boyfriend.

I would say that, since it's a German restaurant, the name Baden could be derived from the old German territory.

It brought us back to having cheap and delicious pork knuckles, sausages and beer in Berlin and Munich 3 years ago.

I managed to get a table of 4 by walking in, and it seemed to be the last isolated table available, it was 7pm. As reservation is not available, you might want to reach earlier to get a place before the restaurant is full.

Erdinger Weißbiers (500ml) @ $16
One-For-One during Happy Hours (ends at 9pm)
I was wondering if I haven't been eating out for too long, I find the food and drinks ridiculously expensive. Thankfully we managed to whop the one-for-one Erdinger draft beer before it was too late.

Pork knuckle was not bad, but they can definitely cook better sausages. The standard is still far from Germany.

I enjoyed the reminiscence, the food however... I would give a thumbs up if they were more affordable.

Pardon the quality of the photos, they are all taken by my iPhone 6 because I forgot to bring my camera.

Hühnerflügel @ $10
Deep fried chicken wings with thai chili sauce

Schweinshaxe @ $36
Baden's famous pork knuckle with crispy whole potato and sauerkraut

Würstplatte - fünf @ $35
Platter of 5 different types of sausages

Kalmarkugel @ $7
Cuttlefish balls with thai chili sauce

42 Lorong Mambong
Singapore 277698
Tel: 6463 8127

Javin Tham A master's degree graduate in engineering, a musician at heart, loves playing with soft toys.

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