A German sausage stall in the heart of Chinatown - sounds cool enough? As one walks past the stall, one will see the chef in his uniform, whipping up various sausage dishes to curious customers. I'm not sure how true is the tagline though.
Seven Dollar Set S$7.00
It was a beautiful sight of almost evenly sliced grilled German cheese knacker, which turned out to be meaty and adequately juicy. The mashed potatoes were smooth enough, topped with fried shallots. Besides that, the sauerkraut (lit. sour cabbage) was tangy with a hint of sweetness.
Original Bavarian Pretzel S$3.00
I love pretzels, but I wasn't impressed by the supposedly original, thicker Bavarian variety. While the salted pretzel was somewhat savoury, some parts of it were a bit hard to chew.
Rhubarb Muffin S$2.00
The rhubarb muffin was a better choice of baked goods, even though the sparsely scattered slices of rhubarb didn't do much. It was adequately sweet with a touch of vanilla essence, but it could certainly be fluffier.
Take note that the stall has moved from 2 Trengganu Street to 5 Banda Street. Pika's advice: You may want to try their Currywurst, which is said to be a must-try German favourite, priced at S$3.50.
5 Banda Street
(Daily: 11.00am - 9.00pm)
*Prices quoted are subject to 7% GST and delivery charge.
Have a nice meal,