Co-owned by the people behind Nakhon Kitchen, Knuckles is a western cafe that serves German cuisine at an affordable price. continue reading
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Alcoholic Drinks Available
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Signature Dishes
German Pork Knuckle
Review (2)
I like how bistros and cafes are popping up in the neighborhood these days instead. It certainly brings about more choices and conveniences right to the heartland! The simplicity in the creative use of crates and wooden planks as their furnishing coupled with dim lighting has mystically give the place a casual and cozy finishing touch.This Quasi-German bistro served a couple of traditional german foods such as German Pork Knuckles and Pork Schnitzel with the rest a medley of Western and Italian dishes such as Bangers & Mash, Steaks and Pasta. Decent choices of beer at affordable prices are available too. Food prices ranging from $8 to $12 nett and drinks prices from $4 to $8 nett!Pork Schnitzel ($8) - A sizeable portion of a thin slice of pork cutlet that was lightly breaded with crumbs and deep fried into a golden stellar 'pair of wings'. Despite such a thin slice of pork cutlet, each bite into it was crispy followed by firm and meaty and towards the end i'm greatly overwhelmed by the generosity of both the pork and sides.German Pork Knuckles ($10) - Supposedly the highlight of the bistro but in comparison to the Pork Schnitzel, this plate of German Pork Knuckle accompanied with a scoop of mash and sauerkraut by the sides definitely lacks the lustre and colors. Taste wise was pretty normal and typical with the exception of sauerkraut having a smoothening effect on the rich tasting pork knuckles. Nevertheless, the tender meat with the crispy skin atop has definitely helped the dish in scoring some brownie points!If you're looking for decent food with a heartwarming taste at affordable prices, Knuckles Bistro is the place to satisfy your cravings! Staffs were friendly, while service may begin to slow down when the bistro gets crowded. Overall, it was still quite a pleasing dining experience.https://poohlovesfood.wordpress.com/2015/08/08/knuckles/ continue reading
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This place has been opened quite a while, just next to the famous Nakhom Kitchen Thai restaurant. The deco is simple but classy at night. No air con here but plenty of fans to ventilate the place. It was night time when we had dinner here (with candle light) so it was really comfortable and relaxing.We tried their knuckle dish ($10) and Ribeye Steak ($12). Portions are big enough and filling. Each comes with a mash potato (silky smooth), very nice! Just hope to see more greens in the dish next time. Their greens are very fresh and tasted great with a dash of vingeratte. The truffle fries are ok. Most tables order beer along with the food. It was a nice touch.  Service is great - there's a glass of free plain water given automatically when you sit down. Makes u feel very welcome. Overall, it was good place to dine if nearby. Do note that they accept cash only. So bring some along if you come by for visit.  continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)