The food served at Kaiserhaus is inspired by the Hasburg Empire of the 19th Century. The menu is made up of food, handmade pastries, cakes, craft beer and boutique wines from Central Europe.
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Austrian Restaurant with Decent Food. However, Overpriced.
Located at the recently refurbished Capitol Piazza next to Raffles City, Kaiserhaus is probably one of the only places in Singapore that offers authentic Austrian and Central European cuisine. With a menu featuring Central European specialties like meat platters, schnitzel, sausages, and traditional desserts, Kaiserhaus is worth a visit if you are looking to get a taste of Central Europe, and have the cash to spare.
What really impressed me were the sides. I really enjoyed the Gabelkraut, similar to sauerkraut except sweeter and more palatable. This makes a great accompaniment to the grilled sausages, but it’s good enough to eat on its own. Kaiserhaus’s bread dumplings are interesting as well as very tasty, and their creamed spinach was well executed. Their mains are decent, although there are several dishes, such as the Seafood Pot ($44), that don’t match up to their price tag. There was very little actual seafood, with nothing special about the soup. I was expecting more for the price.
Kaiserhaus has a good ambience, and service is warm. However, I felt like the food wasn’t particularly amazing, especially for how much it costs. If I do return, it will probably be to try out the desserts.