Easily accessible along the street of Holland Village, I found a great, affordable place for food and drinks with my friends! We had authentic German food at a 30-year-old Baden restaurant and pub! It is a great chilling place with calm and relaxing music for gathering, and they have a variety of drinks and alcohol to satisfy your thirst! I love how they have delicious and satisfying mains and sides to pair with the drinks for lunch and dinner!
Happy hour discount on mains till 9pm and No GST charges!! 1-for-1 promotion for Glenfiddich 12-year-old/ Monkey Shoulder Whisky and Hendrick’s Gin $20 is available, along with a wide selection of beers, a variety of draft beers, beer tower promo, and a variety of non-alcoholic drinks as well.
Baden feast $98.90 – Pork Knuckle, assorted sausages, chicken wings, breaded pork cutlet, crispy potatoes, and sauerkraut
Definitely the highlight of the night! The chicken wings were crispy and juicy! It is slightly salty so it matches well with draft beer. Signature Pork knuckle has super crispy skin, perfect with a fat layer underneath. Meat is tender, not too hard or soft though it does harden quickly so try to eat while it’s hot. The portion is generous.
The sausages were huge and long! They have great sausages though they were a little salty. Well, more beer to go along with it! As for the breaded pork cutlet, I love it. Anyone would love it I swear! The cutlet was super crispy on the outside, and when you bite it, you totally love the crispy texture and sound, and the meat is tender on the inside.
Ribeye steak ($25.90)
The beef steak was cooked to perfection, with a nice caramelized crust on the outside and juicy, tender meat on the inside. The seasoning was spot on, providing just the right amount of flavor without overpowering the taste of the beef. The steak was cooked evenly throughout, resulting in a mouth-watering experience with every bite. Overall, it was a delicious and satisfying meal that was expertly prepared.
The mashed potatoes were perfectly prepared and had a creamy texture that melted in your mouth. The potato was cooked to perfection and had the perfect balance of butter and milk, giving it a rich and decadent flavor. The seasoning was just right, with a hint of garlic and chives that elevated the overall taste. Every bite was satisfying and left you wanting more. Overall, it was an excellent dish that was well worth every bite.
Aliolio ($19.90) has a light, fresh, and flavorful taste. The garlic and olive oil create a rich and savory base. Unlike normal aglio olio, this aliolio is not spicy at all. Combined with a mixture of mushrooms, prawns, and clams finished with a sprinkle of pepper and garnish, the dish is not overpowering and allows the individual flavors of the ingredients to shine through. The al dente spaghetti serves as the perfect vehicle for the flavors, making each bite a delicious combination of textures and tastes.
Fish and Chips $19
One of the best Fish and Chips I ever had so far! Must try! Coated in a beer batter, the fish is deep fried to a golden perfection which gives the batter a distinctive flavor and makes it light and crispy.
This dish is best enjoyed hot, straight from the kitchen, with french fries and a side of tartar sauce. The combination of the crispy batter, tender fish, and french fries is a match made in heaven.
Beef cubes ($16.90) are dense and flavorful with a tender texture and rich taste due to their seasoning. The meat is juicy despite being on the medium side. Pair it with a good beer and share this dish with your friends!
Goulash soup ($10.90) – the highlight of it, generous heaps of beef that are made with beef junk, cut into many pieces that are boiled for hours on end for that coveted tenderness. Stirring with a spoon, it easily breaks into small thread-like streaks that mix well with the soup base. The soup on its own is a flavourful burst of spices balanced with chops of carrots sprinkled in that cancels out some of that black pepper taste.
Garlic bread is genuine with real garlic spread and not those you see in stores. Dip the two garlic bread provided in the soup combined with genuine garlic spread turns it into a crispy cookie-like texture, a perfect end to a German-filled belly dinner, easing your stomach into a food coma all too familiar with great food, great ambience, excellent relaxing atmosphere.
Nunburger ($19.90) was a pair of Nuremberg pork sausages served on a hot plate. It was my first time having sausages on a hot plate. They were well seasoned, soft, and tasted more peppery, which was a really good mix. Quickly toss and turn the sausages when you receive them on the hotplate before it gets burnt. It is great to order as a side to share.
5 types of sausages ($39.90) were yummy. Anyone that loves meat and sausages would like the variety, texture, and good level of “hardness” of the sausages. With their juicy and tender texture, they are the perfect addition to any meal or snack, and great with alcohol. The longest sausage was soft, and the white ones were juicy, sweet, and salty! One of the sausages was a mix of beef and pork. Their purple sauerkraut is sweet and appetising, while the white one is slightly sour.
Their Crispy Pork Knuckle is really a must try! Bring a long some friends to chill over drinks while enjoying the feast. It will be an amazing dining experience enjoying it over a gathering.
Baden Restaurant & Pub
42 Lorong Mambong, Holland Village S277696
2pm to 2am
By Shiok Eats!