Brez’n, which means “pretzel” in Bavarian, was opened by the guys behind LeVeL 33 and Erwin’s Gastrobar and Kaiserhaus Restaurant. Located along River Valley Road, it serves up all things Bavarian, from sourdough breads to Bavarian beers.

Just like the houses in Bavaria, Brez’n attempts to recreate the look and feel with rustic furnishings like wooden tables and chairs, and a color template of soft green and blue hues and brick walls. Its Bavarian pretzel sandwiches are a first in Singapore, with offerings like the Brez’n roll ($14), where thick slices of meatloaf, sauerkraut, and pickles, topped with honey mustard sauce, are sandwiched between a pretzel and served with thick cut fries.

Also on the menu are some classic German dishes like the crispy pork knuckle ($29.50) and meat loaf ($21.50), which you can wash it down with seven different beers on tap, including Paulaner, Hacker Pschorr and Furstenberg.