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 and Easter buffets from top hotels and restaurants in Singapore. They’ll make everyone happy!
Ristorante Pietrasanta: an Italian Easter brunch
An epicurean Easter brunch awaits at Ristorante Pietrasanta, who’ve just rolled out their Easter Special menu. Start your meal with a glass of wine along with an appetizer – the salami carpaccio with pecorino cheese, fava beans and fig mustard ($20.90). For a hearty main course, opt for the tordelli with sausage and braised meat jus ($24.90). If you’re after variety, pick the Pizza Quattro Stagioni ($26.90). Divided into four sections (tomato, mozzarella, cooked ham & black olives, mushroom & artichoke purée), it represents each of the four seasons.
Those dining with their family can pick large format sharing dishes like the grilled lamb ribs ($44.90) that is an ample portion for two. The lamb is smoked and charred till fall-of-the-fork tender and accompanied with a side of fresh greens. Save space for classic desserts like tiramisu, molten lava cake, and cheesecake drizzled with 20-years-aged balsamic vinegar!
The Easter Special menu is available from 11-17 April, and bookings can be made by calling 9863 9253 or making a reservation here.
1 Fusionopolis Way, #01-08 | ristorante-pietrasanta.com
LeVeL33: an Easter brunch with a view
Looking for an Easter Brunch for two? The world’s highest urban microbrewery, LeVeL33 has put together a traditional Easter feast for two. Priced at $108++ and good for two, it’s available from Good Friday to Easter Sunday between 11.30am and 2.30pm.
The highlight of the feast is the slow-roasted Australian lamb shoulder from pasture-fed white Pyrenees lamb sourced from Central Victoria. The meat is cured for three hours in rosemary and thyme before being slow-cooked for 12 hours. To top it off, it’s glazed with a mixture of house-brewed stout and aged balsamic vinegar. The meal also includes sides like a crisp Australian cabbage sliced chiffonade with an intensely savoury pecorino cheese and a tangy lager vinaigrette. There’s also a serving of fluffy, crunchy hasselback potatoes roasted in yeast butter.
8 Marina Boulevard
6834 3133 | level33.com.sg
RISE: a family-friendly brunch option
If you’re taking the entire brood out and looking for a kid-friendly brunch, Rise is a top pick. On Easter Sunday, RISE will hold its annual Easter brunch from 12pm to 3pm. The Easter buffet has been refreshed and will feature Southeast Asian favourites along with Easter-exclusive brunch items along with the 90 dishes present in their usual Sunday brunch.
The seafood platter is a star here, and includes Alaskan king crab, Boston lobster and Australian yabbies served with dressings like the Thai green chilli and Sichuan Spicy pepper. Other exciting Easter additions include pasta tossed in a parmesan wheel, baked oysters, slow-cooked barbecued pork ribs and festive cakes.
And because this is a kid-friendly brunch there’ll also be a special station serving specialties for the little ones like mini wagyu burgers, brioche French toast, baked macaroni, breaded cod fish strips and more.
The Easter buffet is priced at $178++ per adult and includes free-flowing champagne, house wine, beer and cocktails. Kids aged six to 12 dine at $55++ each.
1 Bayfront Ave
6688 5525 | marinabaysands.com
Melt Café: Easter brunch with an Indian twist
Fancy an Easter brunch with a bit of spice? From 16 to 17 April, Tuck into a lavish Easter buffet with a range of festive delicacies. Meat-lovers will enjoy the whole roasted Peshawari lamb leg and a classic honey-glazed ham with red wine cabbage and pineapple sauce. Of course, you’ll also find an array of colourful desserts including a coconut-flavoured Easter egg and Easter apple nest with lemon diplomat cream. The pre-Easter lunch menu (Available on 16 April 2022) is priced at $82++ per adult while the Easter brunch menu is available at $148++ per adult. Both include free flowing chilled juices. For Easter brunch, you can also add $50++ for free flow of “R” de Ruinart Champagne, house pour wines and beers.
5 Raffles Avenue
6885 3500 | mandarinoriental.com
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