What’s one of the best ways to celebrate the weekend (or any special occasion) in Singapore? By indulging in a brunch buffet with free-flow alcohol, of course! From unlimited Prosecco to all-you-can-order cocktails and wines, we zero in on four amazing bubbly brunches to enjoy on a Sunday.
If you’re looking for a family-friendly buffet that doesn’t burst the budget, The Westin’s signature all-day restaurant offers an awesome all-you-can-eat option for $58 per adult (without drinks) and $29 per child (four to 12 years old). Held on Sundays from 12pm to 3pm, the brunch spread includes seafood on ice – think freshly shucked oysters, Canadian lobsters and prawns – sashimi and live stations featuring local delights like laksa. Meat lovers will dig the live carving station, where they’ll find an assortment of roasts and prime cuts to choose from. Fan favourites from the dessert line include macarons, gelato and a wide selection of cakes on display.
Kids will be entertained with activities like cupcake decorating, face painting and balloon twisting, so you can sit back, relax and while away the hours with unlimited Prosecco (top up $48)! What’s more, all those under the age of four dine free, while one child aged four to 12 can dine free with two paying adults.
Mandarin Oriental, Singapore’s main restaurant is known for its extensive buffet lineup, especially during Sunday brunch from 12pm to 3pm. After getting your share of fresh seafood on ice, load up on your carbs with the freshly baked focaccia dipped in balsamic vinegar from the amazing bread section. There’s also a live foie gras station, Indian specialties like naan, European staples like slow-braised oxtail stew, as well as buffet must-haves like honey-glazed gammon leg ham and slow-roasted Australian aged beef prime rib. Desserts are a show-stopping affair, too, with unlimited pralines, pastries and handmade marshmallows. Go all out with free-flow Ruinart Blanc de Blancs Champagne ($218 per person) or free-flow Ruinart “R” de Brut Champagne ($178 per person), plus unlimited wines, cocktails, beers, juices and soft drinks. The non-alcoholic option goes at $118 per person, which gets you free-flow juices and soft drinks.
There’s a children’s corner with movie screenings, toys and even a separate mini buffet serving kid-approved bites. For kids, it’s $78 per child aged 10 to 12, $48 for those aged seven to nine, and free for those who are six and under.
The Kitchen Table
On a quiet and exclusive end of Sentosa, W Singapore – Sentosa Cove offers families and friends an idyllic escape from the city. What better way to round up the weekend with a Sunday Remix brunch (12.30pm to 3pm) at the hotel’s main restaurant? On offer are themed stations such as the “Seafood Fridge”, “Carving and Grill”, and “Ready to Wok & Roll” serving souped-up renditions of popular dishes from around the world. No buffet spread is complete without a glorious display of sweet treats, and the dessert selection offered here wouldn’t disappoint. Look forward to an endless supply of chocolates, macarons, mini cakes and more. Prices start at $138 per person for free-flow fizz, coffee and tea. Top up $20 for house wines, beers and cocktails, and $40 for champagne.
Kids below four years old dine free, while those between four and 12 pay $69. On top of that, all diners get free access to the pool, so you can easily make it a day-long family retreat altogether!
Brasserie Les Saveurs
Set in the lounge of The St. Regis Singapore, Brasserie Les Saveurs is the place to go if you have someone to impress. Every Sunday from 12pm to 3pm, indulge in a luxurious champagne brunch that kicks off with an hour of complimentary apéritifs served at Astor Bar from 11am to 12pm. You’re served an amuse bouche of smoked salmon tartare with avocado and salmon caviar, accompanied by an endless flow of small plates of eggs and foie gras made to order, on top of grilled half Maine lobster with garlic butter sauce. Next, you’ll get to pick from hearty mains like herb-crusted lamb rack with seared polenta, buttered sugar snap peas and lamb jus, or oven-baked Patagonian toothfish with sautéed garlic broccolini, fregola sarda, salmon roe and beurre blanc, in addition to free-flow salads, freshly made breads, seafoods, cold cuts and more from the buffet line. Top it all off with a serving of crêpe Suzette flambé, along with a neat spread of desserts and cheeses. Prices go at $148 per person (with coffee and tea); $180 for wines, beers and juices; $198 for ‘R’ de Ruinart Brut NV; $235 for Ruinart Rosé; $486 for Krug Grand Cuvée NV.
This regal feast is fit for a king! Enjoy a live jazz performance and the St. Regis ritual of champagne sabrage.
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