What’s a fun thing to do at Easter, apart from hunting down as many chocolate eggs as you can find? Going for an Easter brunch, of course! We’re talking free-flow bubbly and cocktails, roast meats and decadent desserts – and, yep, eggs of all kinds. We round up some of the best family-friendly brunches for Easter and takeaways, from top hotels and restaurants in Singapore. They’ll make everyone happy!
House of Anli Bistro
Celebrate Easter Sunday with House of Anli Bistro’s 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 two brunch dishes (Eggs Benedict with spinach, salmon, ham or truffle mushroom; and organic NZ eggs cooked to your style, served with spinach, salmon, ham or truffle mushroom).
Here, brunch is available 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 the littles, they’ll be pleased with the kids’ menu (for those under 10 years), which includes easy eats like bolognese pasta ($16) and chicken sausage with Belgian fries and apple mousse ($16).
If you’re intending to celebrate Easter at home, food delivery platform foodpanda offers wide variety of cuisines to suit every cravings. From hearty fares like roasts and steaks, to healthier options such as salads and soups, choose from over 16,000 restaurant partners and have your Easter feast delivered to you in no time!
Enjoy top-rated favourites such as Cicheti, Superloco, and Publico and have them hot at the comfort of your home. Or, if you want to walk off some calories before feasting, you can also opt for pickup. Simply place an order as usual, and head down to your favourite restaurant to pick your order when it’s ready. Don’t forget to check out using one of their voucher codes, which lets you save more!
For those who prefer to cook, pandamart and foodpanda shops will come in handy as your express convenience store to deliver all your cooking and cleaning essentials. Whether it’s a last minute ingredient top-up or a full grocery list for the week, you can have them delivered to you in 30 minutes! Plus, you’ll also be able to find all your favourite Easter treats like chocolate eggs and hot cross buns.
Treat your family to an Easter feast right at home; Sunday Catering’s lineup of Easter specials are absolutely drool-worthy. There’s the show-stopping roasted leg of lamb ($225), which features a whole bone-in leg of free-range Australian lamb. Seasoned with sea salt, garlic, and rosemary, and then slow-roasted to perfection, the traditional roast is served with house gravy and mint chimichurri.
For smaller parties, get the pair of roasted spring chicken ($40), Brined, stuffed and trussed, the slow-roasted chicken is best accompanied with a side of roasted spring vegetables ($18).
On 3 and 4 April, Alley on 25 is offering an Easter brunch buffet ($88 per person) from 12pm to 2.30pm. Feast on a spread of Easter highlights with unlimited portions of meaty dishes, ranging from gourmet sausages to roasted lamb leg and honey baked ham. There’s also fresh seafood on ice, featuring French oysters, poached prawns, Dutch mussels and more. Tuck into free-flow platters of egg dishes, too, which use cage-free eggs sourced from locally owned Freedom Range Co. For mains (one per person), choose from indulgent dishes like beef burger with seared foie gras, and grilled jerk chicken served with pineapple salsa.
End off the meal with decadent desserts (free-flow!) like carrot cake and Easter chocolates. There’s also a free-flow alcohol option at $133 per person, which includes unlimited servings of Andaz Pilsner, prosecco, red wine, white wine, and soft drinks.
Enjoy a drool-worthy Easter feast at SO/Singapore’s Xperience Restaurant on 3 and 4 April, from 12pm to 3pm. A show-stopping brunch tower will be served straight to your table. You can enjoy copious amounts of charcuterie and cheese, devilled eggs, chicken liver mousse on sourdough, hot cross buns, garlic butter roasted Boston lobster, macaroons, mini Easter eggs and more. Make sure you save space for the bottomless carving station, which lets you indulge in free-flow meats like spiced roasted pork rack, and mustard-and-herb-marinated Australian ribeye with braised red cabbage and mashed potato.
The kid-friendly brunch starts at $88 per person when you book and pay before 20 March; otherwise, it’s $98. Top up $48 for free-flow prosecco, wine and beers, or $68 for champagne, festive cocktails and gins. For kids between six and 12 years old, it’s $49. Those under the age of six dine free.
Take part in the special Easter competition! The best-dressed couple will win a stay at SO/Bangkok, valid for 12 months from the date international travel between Singapore and Thailand commences.
Lawry’s The Prime Rib Singapore
Looking for a fun kid-friendly brunch to celebrate Easter? Available on Easter Sunday for lunch and dinner, the four-course set menu at Lawry’s The Prime Rib Singapore costs $113 per adult. There’s also a kids’ menu at $49 per child. The feast starts with the restaurant’s famous spinning bowl salad, a medley of veggies, eggs and croutons, tossed in a special dressing. For mains, there’s the signature roasted USDA prime rib of beef, carved and served table-side with potatoes, Yorkshire pudding, and your choice of side. Alternatively, go for the Mediterranean boneless chicken stew with garlic butter rice, seasonal veggies and quail eggs.
While adults indulge in a delectable spread of feast, the little guests of Lawry’s get to enjoy a range of Easter-themed activities, including a best-dressed contest with a winning prize of a $200 dining voucher. It’s a kid-approved bonanza of chocolate candies, balloons, temporary tattoos, plus colouring and more!
Pan Pacific Singapore
If you’re spending Easter at home instead of dining out, Pacific Marketplace’s picture-perfect Easter eggs will make wonderful centrepieces or gifts. Available for pre-order from 15 March to 4 April, the handcrafted goodies include a show-stopping large chocolate beehive egg ($118), and the Fabergé-inspired citrus raspberry matcha in egg ($68). The latter is made of a raspberry compote, lemon mousse, matcha sponge, lemon cream and a nutty base, encased in a beautiful pink egg-shaped chocolate adorned with butterflies.
Complete your spread with more delicious picks from Pan Pacific’s e-store, including blueberry cream cheese hot cross buns ($9), premium cuts from Edge, elaborate bento sets from Japanese restaurant Keyaki, and dim sum from Hai Tien Lo.
Enjoy modern Italian fare at this charming restaurant on Amoy Street! On 4 April (Easter Sunday), 12pm to 3pm, Solo Ristorante will serve up an Easter brunch with free-flow classics like slow-roasted leg of lamb, as well as spring ingredients like white asparagus and artichoke. The brunch costs $148 per person for unlimited prosecco and wines, and $198 for the additional champagne option. There’s also a non-alcohol version at $108 per person.
For those who are celebrating at home, check out their delivery and takeaway options. Available from 1 to 4 April, highlights include lobster tagliatelle ($108), octopus salad ($38), and the signature tiramisu ($28). Advanced orders of two days are required (Call or WhatsApp 9134 3167). Delivery is free for orders above $150.