Celebrate every day by indulging in a weekend or weekday brunch in Singapore – with free-flow alcohol, if you wish! We don’t think it has to be a special occasion for a good boozy brunch. As you may know, buffets are on hold for now, but many brunches are available as plated dishes in unlimited servings. So it’s still a great way to hang out with friends and family!
Little Farms Bistro – weekend or weekday brunch on the East Coast
Looking for a great family brunch any day? Little Farms Bistro at Katong Point is located just along Joo Chiat Road, which makes it perfect for Easties!
The menu options for brunch and lunch include crowd favourites like smashed avocado on toast ($18), and warm wilted curly kale with caramelised onion, homemade yoghurt, toasted cumin dressing and roasted hazelnut ($18). Meat lovers will enjoy the Darling Downs Wagyu MB4 Striploin from Australia ($48) while seafood fans should try the prawn bisque pasta ($34). Vegetarians aren’t left out, either. The handmade pumpkin gnocchi ($28) and vegan “lasagne” ($22) are popular meat-free options. There’s also a kids’ menu for the little ones (can’t miss them out!), ranging from pasta with pomodoro stew ($12) to the child-approved cheeseburger ($16).
If you’re visiting for afternoon tea, grab a slice of made-in-house manuka honey cake ($12) and wash it down with a cup of Allpress coffee. Little Farms Bistro also offers a wide selection of artisanal wines, craft beers on tap and bespoke cocktails, alongside freshly prepared juices and smoothies. Delivery, takeaway and grab-and-go options are available, too.
Weekend or weekday brunch at Little Farms Café, River Valley Road
After a grocery haul with the family at Little Farms supermarket, drop by the café next door for breakfast and brunch, available daily from 7.30am to 3pm. Little Farms Café at Valley Point offers the best of both worlds: alfresco and indoor dining!
Made with the same ingredients found on its grocery shelves, signature dishes on the menu include the ever-popular smashed avocado on toast ($18), which features perfectly ripened Australian avocados from the fresh produce aisle. Pair it with a dairy-free acai smoothie, made with banana, apple, almond milk and acai, or a green juice ($9) of kale, cucumber, green apple and celery to detox your system. Dig right in with the vegetarian big breakfast ($26) – two cage-free eggs (cooked to your preference), baked beans, grilled mushrooms, vine-ripe tomatoes, baby spinach, avocado, haloumi, and sourdough toast – and the signature buttermilk pancakes ($18), if you’re up for a hearty and wholesome treat. Kid-friendly eats are also available for those 12 years and under; from the healthy herb-roasted chicken breast with veggies ($16), to yummy fish and chips ($16).
Get your caffeine fix with freshly brewed coffee by Allpress, or pop a bottle of wine if you’re brunching in a group. It’s never too early for booze, and you’ll find a fab variety of beers, cocktails and wine options perfect for the mums and dads! If you’re still peckish, there’s an array of fresh deli items and desserts available for takeaway right beside the counter, like the arugula pumpkin salad (from $7). Delivery and grab-and-go options are available too.
Beach Road Kitchen – seafood and champagne Sunday brunch!
Savour culture by the forkful with over 40 made-to-order dishes at Beach Road Kitchen, JW Marriott Singapore South Beach’s signature restaurant. Sunday brunch is served from 12 to 2.30pm at $108 per adult and $54 per child, including free-flow coffee, tea and juices. For a truly indulgent experience, go all out with free-flow Perrier-Jouët Champagne by topping up $60 per person.
The buffet brunch starts with oceanic specialties like freshly shucked oysters and Alaskan king crab, and a seafood boil with crab, prawn, scallop, mussel and squid, all served straight to your table. The feasting continues with premium meats from the charcoal grill, including smoked 24-hour beef short ribs, pan-seared foie gras with plum puree, and seafood paella with chorizo
Don’t miss out on the experiential dining concept (Chefs-on-Show), which features roving live stations of signature dishes prepared tableside. Additional highlights from the all-you-can-eat menu include a premium selection of cheese and charcuterie accompanied by duck rillettes and chicken liver parfait, alongside local favourites of chilli crab and laksa. And, if you still have room for dessert, the citrus-forward kumquat cheesecake and key lime tart will make for a well-balanced ending to your meal.
Sunday brunch at Brasserie Les Saveurs
For an elegant Sunday brunch paired with some of the finest champagnes in town, visit this French restaurant. There’s no lack of grandeur here; with its splendid floor-to-ceiling windows, hand-cut crystal chandeliers, and plush armchairs, Brasserie Les Saveurs is the place to go if you have someone to impress.
Held every Sunday from 12pm to 2pm, the brunch costs $138 per adult and $75 per child, complete with unlimited servings of coffee, tea and juices. For free-flow Champagne Barons de Rothschild Brut NV, it’s $198 per person. Alternatively, elevate the experience with an even more premium bubbly; choose from Champagne Barons de Rothschild Rosé NV ($288 per person), Champagne Barons de Rothschild Blanc de Blancs NV ($338 per person), and Champagne Barons de Rothschild Blanc de Blancs Vintage 2008 ($548 per person). There’s also an unlimited wine option at $168 per person.
Headlining the brunch spread is a treasure trove of fresh seafood; there’s Alaskan king crab leg and French oysters, as well as a decadent array of chef’s specials prepared to order. Fill up with an impressive lineup of hot and cold entrées like pan-seared foie gras with poached pear, before partaking in your choice of main. Don’t miss out on the roving dessert trolley of sublime creations for the perfect ending; must-tries are the dainty macarons and Crêpes Suzette!
House of AnLi Bistro – bubbly weekend brunch or weekday brunch in Singapore
On Saturdays and Sundays, this stylish bistro serves a special champagne brunch at $248 for two people. It includes a bottle of Perrier Jouët Champagne Grand Brut, two glasses of freshly pressed orange or apple juice, two cups of Allpress coffee, a choice of bread (croissant, pain au chocolat or bread basket), and also two brunch dishes (eggs benedict with spinach, salmon, ham or truffle mushroom, or organic NZ eggs cooked to your style, served with spinach, salmon, ham or truffle mushroom).
Located in Tanglin Mall, House of AnLi Bistro sits tall and bright with lots of natural light peeking through, thanks to its massive bay windows. Started by the same team behind furniture and homeware store House of AnLi, the restaurant has a relaxed charm. It’s ideal for an intimate dinner with family or for hosting a private party for a special occasion.
Brunch is served all day (from 9am to 3pm on weekdays and 9am to 6pm on weekends), so it’s perfect for those who want a lie-in. There’s also a wide range of mains like pastas, platters and gourmet sandwiches to choose from. If you’re bringing little ones, they’ll be pleased with the kids’ menu (for those below 10 years of age), which includes easy eats like bolognese pasta ($16) and chicken sausage with Belgian fries and apple mousse ($16).
Edge – family-friendly brunch on Saturday and Sunday
Pan Pacific Singapore’s main restaurant serves a mean weekend brunch that’ll please both the grown-ups and young diners. Priced at $65 ($32.50 for kids), brunch on Saturday takes place from 12pm to 3pm and includes free-flow orange juice, iced lemon tea, coffee and tea. The boozy brunch, which gets you free-flow champagne, premium gin, cocktails and wines, costs $138 per person. Sunday brunch is served from 12pm to 3pm and costs $98 per adult and $49 per child. Round up your friends and say cheers with unlimited drinks at $175 per adult!
Brunch gets off to a good start with fresh seafood on ice; think Boston lobster, scallops, seasonal oysters and an array of sashimi like salmon and tuna. The seafood spread extends to signatures like seafood bisque, and pan-seared black grouper fillet with pearl barley ragout and dill beurre blanc. Local delights take centre stage on both days; kid-friendly picks include satay, Cantonese roast meats, naan, assorted dim sum, and Penang assam laksa. Children will also love the house-made fresh pasta here; the fusilli with eggplant, tomato and mozzarella sounds like the perfect decoy to get little ones to consume more greens! No one’s left out too; there’s even a plant-based menu with meat-free options like tabbouleh salad with cucumber, tomatoes and fresh herbs in lemon dressing.
Don’t miss out on brunch staples such as truffle and chive scrambled eggs with smoked salmon on sourdough toast. On Sundays, egg-based dishes get an upgrade; tuck into premium plates like seared foie gras with cherry compote, endives and pommery mustard dressing.
When it comes to dessert, chocolate lovers won’t be disappointed with the offerings here. Dive straight in and go for the chocolate trio – dual chocolate verrine, chocolate tart and sea salt chocolate praline cake – and soft chocolate ganache trio of rum and jivara, strawberry and passionfruit. And don’t leave without trying the local favourites like durian pandan cake and assorted Nyonya kueh.
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