Our favourite Easter activities apart from hunting down chocolate eggs? Feasting and drinking, of course! From free flow bubbly to carnivorous picks and Bavarian delights, we round up our favourite Easter brunches to please the entire family.
Savour a selection of cheeses and house-cured meats, flatbreads from the wood-fired oven, hearty roasts and fresh seafood on ice. Happening on 16 April (Easter Sunday) from 12pm to 3pm, this Easter buffet brunch (from $118 per adult, $48 per child) at Ash & Elm is offering a spread of celebratory delights like braised short ribs with mushroom sauce, grilled prawns with fennel seeds and ratatouille, as well as foie gras with spicy orange marmalade on toasted brioche. To kick things up a notch, there’s also a caviar station offering Queen Kaluga caviar, ikura (salmon roe) and Avruga caviar. While you’re at it, why not indulge in free-flow champagne (additional $30) or rosé (additional $50)?
Psst… For the month of April, celebrate Easter with a garden party themed afternoon tea set ($78 or $108 for two, with free-flow TWG teas or two glasses of champagne) comprising of rabbit-shaped macarons, crab salad, fresh scones and more, at The Lobby Lounge.
Edge, Pan Pacific Singapore
Free-flow bubbly brunch? Yes please! This year, Edge’s Easter buffet ($152 or $218 per person, with unlimited juices or champagne, and $92 per child) is on 16 April from 12pm to 4pm. Enjoy favourites like Boston lobster, freshly-shucked oysters, roasted prime rib, hay-smoked lamb and salt-baked seabass with fennel and lemon. Round it off with Easter-themed desserts like hot cross buns, colourful eggs and a beautifully decorated Easter chocolate garden, made with assorted candies and pralines. Your little ones will be in for a treat, too; activities include an egg hunt, face and hand painting, as well as a photo session with the Easter bunny mascot.
the kitchen table, W Singapore – Sentosa Cove
Head to this relaxing restaurant, overlooking the marina at Sentosa Cove and indulge in free flow bubbly, wine and cocktails at the Hop, Skip, Sip buffet ($188 per person, $78 per child) on Easter Sunday. Starters include Moroccan flat bread and hot cross buns, as well as an array of cold cuts and salads like Parma ham with lemon, spicy seafood salad with pomelo and spinach pear salad with chocolate balsamic. Mains include Indian food, roast meats and fresh seafood. First seating is from 12pm to 2pm, while the second seating is from 2.30pm to 4.30pm. After you’re done, we recommend whiling the afternoon away in the hotel pool!
The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore
Go all out with a champagne brunch at this luxury hotel in town. The Easter Buffet Brunch Extravaganza buffet includes a live carving station, a chocolate area and an extensive sushi bar. Fussy eaters? There’s a dedicated kids’ buffet area with child friendly choices, alongside an exciting line-up of fun activities like an egg hunt, a guest appearance by the Easter Bunny, a bouncy castle, rides and face painting. Head to the Grand Ballroom (Level One)from 12pm to 3.30pm on 16 April ($178 per adult, $89 per child from six to 12 years old, $44.50 for three to fives).
Brasserie Les Saveurs, The St Regis Singapore
For an extra-fancy, luxurious celebration brunch, this stunning restaurant at St Regis doesn’t disappoint. Look forward to a selection of artisanal cold cuts sourced from Corse, a French island located in the Mediterranean Sea, as well as butler-passed canapes, salads and fresh seafood. Cooked-to-order mains include the crispy poached egg with char-grilled asparagus, morel mushrooms, salt-baked shallot and lemon-tomato ravigote, while there’s also a live carving station offering a whole-roasted lamb leg. Let loose with a decadent spread of cakes, pastries and chocolates – the perfect way to conclude Easter Sunday. The St. Regis Easter Champagne Brunch ($168, $188 or $218 per person, with free-flow coffee, wines or champagne, and $75 per child) is on 16 April from 12pm to 3pm, with complimentary aperitifs at Astor Bar an hour prior.
The Carvery, Park Hotel Alexandra
If you’re a meat lover, Easter brunch at The Carvery is a must. Tuck into a wood-fired roast feast with juicy, charred Argentinian Ribeye, Australian lamb shoulder, crisp Yorkshire pudding and the restaurant’s house-made hot cross buns. There’s also a kids hall in the Botanique Room (located just opposite the restaurant) serving kid-friendly bites like ham and mushroom frittata and beef nachos with sour cream and guacamole. Free flow fruit juice and freshly popped corn will be available, too! The Easter Sunday Brunch ($58 per adult, $32 per child) is happening from 11.30am to 3.30pm on 16 April.
Psst… Children below the age of four dine for free!
From 15 March until Easter Sunday, 16 April, this Bavarian restaurant is offering hearty sharing plates. Highlights include the lamb shank with potato mash ($42, serves two), marinated with a homemade brine and slow-roasted for hours.
If you’re visiting with a crowd, try the Easter platter ($118, serves four to five), which includes one slow-cooked lamb shank, two pan-fried salmon steaks, and a signature crispy pork knuckle, complete with buttery herbed potato mash. On Easter Sunday, kids under 12 years old dine for free with every adult meal ordered – options include the Kinderschnitzel, a crispy breaded chicken schnitzel with thick cut fries and salad.
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