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WS K88
Erich's new place where different things will happen, but still the center of the universe and the navel of the world

Jun 27, 2007

Another feature article about Erich's ventures

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Jun 25, 2007


The Annual Chicken Rice Eating Competition 2007

14th – 15th July 2007

The contest pits participants on a gastronomic challenge to see who can consume the most number of Chicken Rice Bowls in Ten Minutes.

1st Prize : S$2,000
2nd Prize : S$1,000
3rd Prize : S$ 500

Participation: Open to the public between 16 years to 55 years

Nominal fee: S$5.00. All registration fees will be donated to the Kreta Ayer Seniors
Activity Centre.


1. Download registration Forms at
2. Walk in Registration
Register at Registration Counter at Chinatown Food Street (Smith Street)
from 6pm to 9pm on these dates:

29 June 07 (Fri) 30 June 07 (Sat) 1 July 07 (Sun)
06 July 07 (Fri) 07 July 07 (Sat) 8 July 07 (Sun)
13 July 06 (Fri)

Registration will only be confirmed when registration fee of S$5.00 is submitted
with the registration form.

QUALIFYING: 8 rounds at Kreta Ayer Square 14th of July 07, Saturday, from 12:00pm to 7:00pm

Top 5 contestants of each round will qualify for the final.

RACE DAY: 15th of July 07, Sunday, 6:00pm at Kreta Ayer Square.

CHECKERED FLAG: Erich's Wuerstelstand (no time limit). Flush everything with a glass of Erdinger or Tiger from Sawasdee Thai drink stall our favourite coffee shop and have some of his famous sausages for a change!

Jun 24, 2007

Chicken Rice Contest in Chinatown: 14 – 15 July 2007

One of the "Singapore Food Festival" highlights is the Chicken Rice Contest in Chinatown, on Kreta Ayer Square (next to Erich's Imbiss & Backstube) where people they try to finish as many bowls as possible within ten minutes on the weekend of 14 – 15 July 2007.

It’s a contest of tactical gourmandism with over S$5,000 worth of cash and prizes to be won!
You can find detailed information soon on the blog. Or log on to: Singapore Food Festival

Jun 23, 2007


Seems a lot of ongoing changes in Chinatown lately. First the new temple, then Stanley's fruit bar and now Erich's is also under construction.
Yes, Erich is getting BIG (not he of course: the Wuerstelstand!!). After his opening of the Imbiss & Backstube he's expanding from a one stall to an adjacent two stall unit.
Erich caught the Singapore bug (=boom) of renovating and constructing of new properties (en bloc anyone?)
Dear customers: no worries! It's a bit of a mess but
Sorry for the inconvenience regretted. Just a few more days and everything will be completed. Then you can enjoy the "New Wuerstelstand"

Jun 21, 2007

Erichs Wuerstelstand

Erich erklaert die Welt:
Stunde eins: Warum die Katzen in Singapore alle nur einen halben Schwanz haben.

Jun 8, 2007

The secret is out! The blinds are up again

Stanley Chiew has moved
his "Natural & Healthy Juice Bar" to the other side of Erich and occupies 2 joint stalls now.

The healthy drink boss has opened a window towards the Wuerstelstand to better serve Erich’s customers.

If you haven't done so it's a 'must' to try some of the refreshing juices. Made from organically-grown species, the drinks do make a refreshing difference.
These fruity drinks are loaded with vitamins and nutrients. Rich in vitamin C and E they raise resistance and fight infection. They are excellent energy boosters after walking around Chinatown Night market!

Some drinks from the menu

A variety of juices for every palette

Aloe Vera: Aloe Vera a semi-tropical plant which looks more like a cactus and a member of the lily family which usually grows in the African continent. The aloe plant contains various substances which are beneficial to your health and includes amino acids, minerals, vitamins (A, B1, B2, B6, B12, C and E) and enzymes. It has been used for medicinal purposes around the world for more than 3500 years.
Some benefits: Aloe Vera drink provides relief to the people suffering from some impair digestion and stomach problems occurred due to smoking cigarettes, drinking coffee, poor eating habits and due to stress.

Bitter gourd: Juice of bitter - gourd is a remedy par excellence for Diabetes. A glassful juice of fresh bitter - gourd will bring down sugar content enhances digestion, it also removes constipation, helps purify blood tissue and stimulates the liver.
It contains vitamin A, B1, B2, C and also minerals like calcium, phosphorous, iron, copper and potassium.
Caution: Do not drink or eat bitter gourd if you are pregnant or nursing!

Wheat Grass:
THE Nectar of the Gods!The ultimate blood purifier, Wheat Grass Juice is the closest thing there is to blood itself!
Nutritional info:Vitamins A, B, C, E and KCalcium, Chlorophyll, Iron, Lecithin, Magnesium, Pantothenic Acid, Phosphorus, PotassiumAmino AcidsTrace ElementsProtein: up to 30%

My favorite: Ice blended Thai coconut (contains juice, flesh and honey) a very delicious thirst-quenching drink. Honestly after so many healthy drinks: I wouldn't mind a dash of Bacardi with it!
Or can order a different kind of very nutritious drinks from the coffee-shop nearby Erich’s, to go with the delicious sausages: Erdinger or Tiger Beer!
But this will be a different story soon to come......

Jun 7, 2007

Gift Voucher: Father's Day is coming soon

Ladies ! Kids!
No more headache what to surprise your loved one with. Erich is offering gift certificates for all his outlets. How much easier can giving get. And please bear in mind: It's not just like any other ordinary gift cert. This is much more you get. Additionally to the exceptional tasty food you also get great entertainment (by Erich) in an relaxing atmosphere.
Don't hesitate: Just get it!
But it's not only for the daddies. You can use it for all kind of occasions even for your 'mothers in law'.

Jun 6, 2007

! ! 300 BLOG VISITORS !!

Thank you very much for visiting our Wuerstelstand Blog. We are very proud that yesterday evening (a visitor from Singapore) has checked out our blog and brought it up to 300 visits within one month only !
Well, I know some would say "only 300" because other blogs are getting a much higher frequency in visits, however:

- Wuerstelstand is still a young and rather small community

- Our visitors are a distinguished group of hard working people which doesn't find the time for frequent visits and are not really the 'die hard blogger kids'

- We are a so called niche market

- We are not a sex blog (.....ok, besides one tiny photo probably- which has been censored anyway- apologies for that)

Therefore 300 bloggers have exceeded our expectations.

We promise to continue, to improve and make it attractive to "outsiders" as well.
Everyone is invited and welcome to contribute to this blog by sending in ideas, photos or complete posts.

Last but not least please keep patronizing and enjoying Erich's Wuerstelstand and Imbiss-& Backstube.

Jun 2, 2007

Picture of the day

Remains of a bicycle still locked to the lamp post. I saw this while inline skating at East Coast Park. I hope no-one dares to steal it.

Jun 1, 2007

3. Int. Frühschoppen (morning pint)

On Vesak day we held our 3rd Int. Frühschoppen at Erich's. Whenever Helmut comes to Singapore for a project he brings Austrian "Speck"(Ham) for a Frühschoppen brunch.

Very messy and noisy around Erich's now due to the construction site behind him. Sometimes it's so loud that we can't even hear Reinhard Fendrichs" We are from Austria" or other oldies from Erich's Jukebox.

King Harald ("Steirermens are very good") cutting the ham
Even Erich took some time to taste the delicoius Speck

Also supposed to be on the photo but misssing in action are Herbert and Judith. Rumors have it that Judith was 'nursing' him with camomile tea after last nights company dinner. But they said it was actually because he get's kind of sea sick at high elevations (he dined at the Equinox- level 70!!) and not of some bad drinks. ...whatever!

The huge crowd in Chinatown on Vesak Day reached the same volume as during Chinese New Year. Erich's bread was sold out before sunset and girls (5 that day) in the Backstube were busy baking new stuff to satisfy hungry devotees after praying in the temple.