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Brunches to buffets, there’s lots of options for eating this weekend

Whether you’re looking for a simple coffee and croissant to start the day, or a grand buffet to celebrate the weekend, here are our picks to some of the best places to breakfast and brunch. We’ve happily tried and test most of them, so go ahead and enjoy.

Gourmet bakeries are springing up across Singapore and turning out fabulous goodies 


Baker & Cook

Outdoors, communal tables, delicious food and great New Zealand coffee plus a takeaway menu (so you can take home lunch).

77 Hillcrest Road, Greenwood

6469 8834 | www.bakerandcook.biz

Daily from 7am

Freshly Baked by Le Bijoux

Neighbourhood coffee joint serving up French-style artisanal bread and pastries.

57 Killiney Road

6735 3298 | www.freshlybaked.com.sg

Daily from 8am

Paul Bakery  

Natural ingredients and baking methods make this café a hip spot.

#03-16 Takashimaya Shopping Centre

6836 5932

Weekends from 8.30am (bakery only)

Simply Bread

Go-to spot for family brunches, they love kids and the simple food is good.

Fifth Ave, #01-03 Guthrie House and 501 Bukit Timah Road, #02-07 Cluny Court

6763 2628 | www.simplybread.com.sg

Daily from 8am

Privé Bakery Café

No. 2 Keppel Bay Vista, Marina at Keppel Bay


Maison Kayser  

#B1-09 Scotts Square

Daily from 8am

Chicken satay can be found at both cheap and fancy restaurants in Singapore 

Elegant Eateries:

The Moluccas Room

Something different: top view of Marina Bay and wonderful modern Indonesian food.

#01-81 The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands

6688 7367 | www.themoluccasroom.com

Weekends 11.30 to 2.30pm


Feminine French elegance but the brunch is sure to please both sexes.

30 Penhas Road, Mandarin Gallery and The Scarlet Hotel

6293 3121 | www.antoinette.com.sg

Weekends from 10am

Bistro Soori

An eclectic mix of brunch options and don’t miss the chocolate tart with lemon curd.

No. 2 Teck Lim Road

6438 3802 | www.bistrosoori.com

Sundays 11.30am to 3.30pm


A gorgeous setting in the lush ginger gardens, pairs with wonderful food.

Botanic Gardens Ginger Garden

1 Cluny Road

6476 6711 | www.halia.com.sg

Weekends 10am to 4pm


A Sunday brunch that won’t break the bank or waistline.

8 Rodyk Street #01-05

6509 1917 | www.verre.com.sg

Sundays 11am to 2pm

La Villa
341 River Valley Road #01-03

6836 5286 | www.lavilla.sg
Sundays 11.30am to 2.30pm


902 East Coast Parkway

#01-26 Playground @ Big Splash

Weekends 10.30am to 3pm

Flutes at the Fort

21 Lewin Terrace

Saturdays 11am to 2.30pm, Sundays 10am to 5pm


4 Rochester Park

Weekends 9.30am to 4pm

PS Café

45 Ann Siang Road #02-02, 28B Harding Road, Paragon, Level 3 and Palais Shopping Centre, Level 2

Weekends from 9.30am; ending times vary

Wild Rocket

10A Upper Wilkie Road, Hangout Hotel

Sundays 11.30am to 3pm 

Early Risers:

We’ve heard from readers with young kids that brunch is a luxury that often isn’t worth the effort. If your children don’t find sleeping in on a Sunday as decadent as you do, give one of these early openers a try. 

From 7am:

Boomarang – 60 Robertson Quay, #01-16 The Quayside  

From 8am:  

The Canopy – 1382 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1, Bishan Park 2

Choupinette – 607 Bukit Timah Road, #01-01

eM by the River – 1 Nanson Road, #01-05 Gallery Hotel

Food for Thought – 1 Cluny Road, Singapore Botanic Gardens, #B1-00

Hatched – 26 Evans Road, #01-06 Evans Lodge

Picotin – 100 Turf Club Road

Rider’s Café – 51 Fairways Drive

Wild Honey – #03-01 Scotts Square (accepts reservations) and #03-02 Mandarin Gallery (no reservations)

From 8.30am:

Spruce – 320 Tanglin Road, Phoenix Park

The Book Café – 20 Martin Road, #01-02 Seng Kee Building, Robertson Quay