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Have you ever had white asparagus? It’s a May specialty in Europe, especially in Germany. It’s been called the ‘vegetable of kings,’ ‘edible ivory,’ or simply ‘white gold.’

For a limited period starting from today, fans of the prized white asparagus can look forward to a gastronomic joyride of white asparagus dishes whipped up by Chef Hans Lueftenegger, Group Executive Chef at Brotzeit German Bier Bar & Restaurant. Lauded for its smooth and buttery with a deep, rich flavour, these prized vegetables are specially imported from Germany and will be simply cooked to bring out its intrinsic taste.

To kick-start your meal, try the heart-warming Spargelsuppe ($15.50), cream of white asparagus soup complemented tastefully with fine leg ham. The classic white asparagus served with Hollandaise sauce (Der Klassiker Spargel S$25/250 grams) is also highly recommended. If you are a meat-lover, go for the Spargel mit Lungenbraten ($46.50) and you will be served with some white asparagus with grilled beef tenderloin with parsley potatoes, baked tomatoes and bernaise sauce. No meal is complete without a delightful dessert. Specially created by Chef Hans, indulge in Spargel mit Erdbeeren ($14.50), a toothsome mix of white asparagus and strawberries infused with balsamic sauce served with vanilla ice cream. It’s a sweet treat that you can’t get anywhere else and it totally hits the spot when you are craving a little sugar.

Brotzeit is also offering the Paulaner Original Münchner Märzen, a strong but smooth lager made from dark roasted malt. It’s one of Paulaner’s best brews to complement your hearty German meals.

The White Asparagus Menu is available from today at all Brotzeit outletsVivoCity, Raffles City and 313@Somerset, while stocks last.

Author: Javan Ng

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