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Munching Munchkins: Paulaner Brahaus’s Sunday Brunch

A view of one side of the restaurant from the centre seating area
A view of one side of the restaurant from the centre seating area

Sunday Brunch is becoming quite an institution these days, isn’t it? Alongside bespoke coffee joints? Anyhow, we recently discovered the Sunday Brunch at Paulaner Brahaus, otherwise known as a Früshoppen. I’m sure like me, many of you will have not been to Paulaner in years. To be honest, it’s seldom that we really get a craving for German food right? And there are other options like Brotzeit, Brewerkz, etc. I can’t quite remember what made me think of Paulaner as an option for her birthday party, but we went there with the intention of booking it for Scout’s birthday, and boy were we sold!

First off, they offer a buffet spread for lunch at $48++ for adults and $12.50++ for kids 6 – 12 years old. Quite reasonable I would say. I would show you a photo of the food, but BOTH times I was there I forgot to take photos of the food. Fail lah!!

Where's my beer, yo?
Where’s my beer, yo?

Anyhow, the buffet comes with free flow soft drinks, and if you want free flow freshly brewed light or dark beer, you just need to top up $10. Yes, I said free flow!

Lovely decor. (Don't mind the boy smiling in pain, or so it seems)
Lovely decor. (Don’t mind the boy smiling in pain, or so it seems)

I also really love the decor there, which would be great if you’re planning to do a homeschool theme on Germany. Alas my boys were more interested in tasting some beer than the decor or learning anything remotely German. I’m not even sure if they realise Volkswagen is German.

Scout having a blast at the play area - and Mittens showing off his tatoo.
Scout having a blast at the play area – and Mittens showing off his tatoo.

It gets better. Every sunday they set up a play area with some foam blocks and 2 kinds of kids activities. So there was canvas painting and air-brush tatoo-ing, and on Scout’s birthday we chose the day with balloon sculpting and terrarium making. One parent can supervise the kids while the other hassle some time to savour a pint or the dessert, instead of wolfing it down like we usually do.

The boys doing canvas painting
The boys doing canvas painting

The place is a big hit with expats, and it’s easy to see why. And with Oktoberfest round the corner, what better time to go for a Sunday brunch at Paulaner Brahaus?

Check out the kids activities here.

Paulaner Brahaus Singapore
9 Raffles Boulevard
#01-01 Millenia Walk
039596 Singapore
T:+65 6883 2572

Please check their website here for a full list of opening times.

I’m always in search of places which have or set up play areas for kids for their weekend lunches (or otherwise), so if you do have any suggestions, please leave me a note!

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