Where to go for Oktoberfest

oktoberfestCalling all beer lovers, this one’s for you! We’ve tried and tested the best places to celebrate Oktoberfest right here in Singapore. With succulent German fare and refreshing beers, you’ll feel like you’re right in Germany celebrating the real thing.

Sol Tasca

Sol Tasca, while Spanish, pays homage to the Oktoberfest event. As part of the festivities, Sol Tasca prepares something special to their guests and customers. For the entire month of October, a delectable German Feast consisting of potato salad, bratwurst sausages, scrumptious pork knuckle and juicy veal served with beer sauce, sauerkraut and red onion marmalade, will be made available.

And if you’re thirsty, enjoy their 3.9 liter Tiger beer tower for only S$68. For the best of both worlds, a package deal of both the beer tower and German Feast is available at S$100.

Paulaner Brauhaus

Experience Oktoberfest the way Germans celebrate it at the Paulaner Brauhaus. Get a load of their genuine German beers at lower prices and join in their traditional Oktoberfest festivities.

In terms of food, you can relish in their renowned delights such as the Potato Rosti with dry smoked ham, as well as the Crispy Pork Knuckle with bread dumpling and sauerkraut. The Head Chef of the restaurant also prepares other festive delights such as a sausage sampler and Oktoberfest grilled chicken with seasonal vegetables and mashed potatoes.

sausageOriole Cafe

Craving for some juicy and savoury German sausages? A visit to the Oriole café will satiate you. Along with these meaty favourites, you can also enjoy prominent German beers such as the Konig Ludwig Dunkel and the Konig Kudwig Weissbier. To celebrate Oktoberfest, Oriole café offers a promotional menu that is constituted of ambrosial appetizers such as the Grilled Snail sausages with onion gravy and grilled vegetables, and the Warm White Asparagus with hollandaise sauce and new potato.

Other gastronomical delights are the Slow-roasted Pork Knuckle and the Rindergulasch – a German beef stew. Top it all off a traditional apple strudel with vanilla sauce for dessert.

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