Our favourite things to do at Easter apart from hunting down chocolate eggs? Feasting and drinking, of course! From free-flow bubbly to carnivorous picks and decadent desserts, we round up our favourite Easter brunches to please the entire family.
Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel
If you’re big on decadent treats, check out Marriott Cafe’s sumptuous international Easter buffet, happening on 21 April from 12pm to 2.30pm. The feast features fresh seafood on ice, charcuterie and cheese, a seafood grill, gourmet meats, Asian and Western delights, as well as the star of the show: over 25 handcrafted varieties of mouthwatering desserts including a towering orange chocolate fountain.
Offering over 80 top-notch delicacies, the Easter Sunday lunch buffet ($98 per adult with free-flow wines and beer, $48 per child) is more extravagant than the hotel’s regular buffets. A highlight is the live cooking station, where you’ll find premium options like seared duck foie gras. Meat lovers will be spoilt for choice with the array of carnivorous cuts on display, including crispy pork saddle with prune and pancetta stuffing, as well as leg of lamb studded garlic and rosemary. Don’t miss the extended dessert station, where you’ll find Easter specials like giant chocolate egg tiramisu and hot cross bun pudding. The little ones are not left out either; they can look forward to a host of kid-friendly activities during the feast.
Le Méridien Singapore, Sentosa
On Easter Sunday, sink your teeth into a splendid buffet feast at Latest Recipe. Happening from 12pm to 3pm on 21 April, Le Meridien’s Easter brunch ($88 per adult, $44 per child aged seven to 12) boasts a spread of grilled dishes like leg of lamb with lemon and olives, as well as other meaty picks like roasted chicken with herbs and beef lasagne, alongside the usual seafood on ice. Make the celebration extra special by opting for free-flow sparkling wine and beer (top up $40)! There’s also an abundant assortment of cheeses, including a creamy burrata with roma tomatoes and basil. If you prefer local flavours, don’t miss the line-up of Asian staples like Singapore laksa and salted egg prawns. Those with a sweet tooth can look forward to Easter-themed sweets like Easter bunny cake, carrot cake, macarons and more.
Dining with the troop? Your little ones will have a blast of a time with fun activities like egg-painting and balloon-twisting. Best yet – kids aged six and below dine free!
The Capitol Kempinski
The newly restored, heritage-rich Kempinski hotel is celebrating its first Easter season with an assortment of dining and entertainment specials for the family! On 21 April from 12pm to 3pm, there will be an Easter brunch at 15 Stamford by Alvin Leung. Included are eight live stations, from premium seafood like freshly shucked oysters and Chardonnay-poached prawns, to cold cuts of Black Forest ham and jamon Iberico. Traditional breakfast items like cooked-to-order organic eggs, artisanal yogurt and Danish pastries are also on the buffet line. At the heart of the restaurant is its authentic wood and charcoal fired grill, where you’ll find meatier picks like charcoal roasted whole lamb served with mint tabbouleh, grilled Tomahawk steak and German sausages. Don’t miss the restaurant’s mod-Asian dishes, too; one hot favourite is the 72-hour U.S. beef short ribs rendang.
The brunch is priced at $178 per adult with free-flow champagnes, wines and cocktails, or $128 without alcohol. Kids from six to 12 years old pay $68. Your little ones can look forward to fun activities like an egg hunt, an egg and spoon race, as well as face and body paint sessions. Don’t leave without taking a photo with the Easter bunny, too! There’ll also be a live music band at the restaurant.
Psst… During the Easter brunch, there will be a special reading by award-winning author Emily Lim-Leh at 15 Stamford’s wine lounge. All ages are welcome to hear the story of “Little Godwit Finds His Wings”, based on a children’s picture book about finding one’s strengths and community.
Sofitel Singapore City Centre
Enjoy a fine selection of authentic French delicacies and local favourites at Racines’ Easter Sunday family brunch, happening from 12.30pm to 3.30pm on 21 April. On display is a special curation of Easter carvery: think roasted lamb with sweet caramelised onions, as well as Black Angus beef tomahawks served with bordelaise jus and mustards. At the live cooking stations, you’ll be spoiled with premium options including sautéed Atlantic Saint Jacques scallops and French duck pan-seared with figs. Local delights include Singapore-style “chilli crab” prawns with mini mantou for dipping – delish! Round up the feast with a sweet ending; Executive Pastry Chef Sam Leong impresses with an Easter chocolate egg station, Grand Manier French crepes suzette with vanilla ice-cream and chocolate fontaine.
Kids will be entertained at the separate activity lounge that offers child-friendly cuisine. On top of that, the Easter Bunny will make an appearance and an exciting egg hunt will take place. The brunch is priced at $148 per adult with free-flow wines and beers, or $128 for free-flow juices. There’s also an unlimited champagne option for $178 per adult. Children below 12 years old pay $68 each. Book now!
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Treat the family to an over-the-top brunch of hearty grub and bottomless bubbles this Easter Sunday, from 12.30pm to 4pm at The Kitchen Table. Highlights from the top-notch spread include a caviar bar and a selection of premium oysters, as well as two unique salmon dishes: house-cured with lavender or gin and cucumber. Then, hit the cheese bar and select from 40 types of French and New World farmhouse cheeses before indulging in decadent, cooked-to-order foie gras. Other exquisite Western delights include Paella Valenciana, barbecue pulled beef “egg Benedict” and seafood gnocchetti pasta. Don’t forget to check out the signature tandoor, local and carvery stations, too, where you can tuck into wagyu Mayura leg and whole-roasted halibut.
The bubbly brunch is priced at $228 per adult, or $168 without alcohol. Kids under four dine free while those from four to 12 years old pay $88 each. There’ll also be exciting activities to keep the little ones entertained, including an Easter egg hunt !
A perennial favourite with the weekend brunching crowd is the Hilton Easter Sunday Champagne Brunch on 21 April, from 12pm to 3pm. Start with a brimming seafood bar featuring over seven types of fresh seafood and freshly shucked oysters. Meat lovers will enjoy the hearty line-up of carnivorous offerings, including slow-roasted Australian Wagyu beef leg and tender flame-grilled chicken. Then, head over to the live cooking stations where you’ll find gourmet specialties like foie gras brûlée with toasted brioche, as well as eggs benedict with smoked salmon and caviar. Conclude with a bang; the sweets by D9 Cakery are not to be missed. On top of artisanal cakes and macarons, you can look forward to limited-edition Easter-inspired D9 desserts of Instagram-worthy homemade cupcakes and pralines, and have fun at the interactive stations offering grilled s’mores and design-your-own popsicles.
There are three options available: $108 per adult, $138 with free-flow prosecco, beer and wines, and $178 with Taittinger Champagne. Kids from the age of five to 12 years old pay $55 each and those below five dine free!
Have a laid-back Easter celebration with family and friends at one of our favourite kid-friendly restaurants, Picotin Express. During the Good Friday weekend, you can look forward to a special Easter-themed menu with dishes like Scotch eggs with a citrus salad and mustard dip ($18), and rosemary roast lamb with roasted vegetables, herb potato and garlic ($30). Round up the meal with a well-deserved dessert; the marmalade bread and butter pudding ($12) would please those with a sweet tooth.
From 29 March to 18 April, Picotin Express’s Joo Chiat and Bukit Timah restaurants are running a Good Friday contest. More details will soon be released on their Facebook page, but for now we know that the prizes are pretty neat! You can stand a chance to score vouchers up to $50 in value. Winners will be announced on Good Friday (19 April) itself. Kids are not left out, either – on Good Friday, look out for an egg-painting contest where selected winners will walk away with $25 vouchers.
60 Fairways Drive
Champions Golf Drive
Pan Pacific Singapore
What better way to celebrate Easter than having a full-on feast paired with non-stop imbibing? Edge’s extensive Easter Sunday Champagne Brunch is one to bookmark! On 21 April from 12pm to 3.30pm, you can enjoy free-flow Veuve Clicquot Brut Yellow Label champagne, wines, cocktails, gins and beers ($208 per adult), or opt instead for the non-alcoholic option ($148 per adult). It’s $74 per child aged six to 12, and free for those younger than six years old.
The buffet spread features a wide selection of fine seafood on ice, including Boston lobster and freshly-shucked oysters. Meaty picks include the roasted prime tomahawk and oven-roasted porchetta from the carvery. Then, enjoy classic, Easter-themed desserts like hot cross buns and banofee éclair. Kids will also be treated to an afternoon of Easter egg-hunting, as well as face- and hand-painting. Adding to the celebratory mood, an Easter Bunny mascot will be making its rounds with goodies and photo opportunities.
Psst… Don’t miss their Easter takeaway goodies too! We loved the Mango Passion Gateau, a refreshing cake made with coconut dacquoise, tarty mango compote, sweet mango cremeux and passionfruit chocolate mousse.