The best Easter brunch spots to book in Singapore

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By: Aarika Kim

Easter is a fantastic holiday. Think about it, which other holiday makes savouring copious amounts of chocolate eggs, breakfast foods, and delicious cocktails acceptable on a Sunday?

Whether you observe the holiday religiously or not, one thing’s for sure: Easter brunch is always a good idea.

To help you, we’ve got a list of excellent restaurants in Singapore offering up the yummiest and most delicious brunch menus for the weekend.

1. Weekend Brunch at Escape, One Farrer Hotel

Weekend Brunch at Escape. (PHOTO: One Farrer Hotel)
Weekend Brunch at Escape. (PHOTO: One Farrer Hotel)

Fans of seafood will love brunch at Escape. The restaurant will be launching its brunch menu officially on Easter weekend (April 3 and 4) that will feature more than 20 local and international dishes.

To start, each table will receive a one-time serving seafood platter consisting of marinated white clams, poached prawns, flower crab, and more.

The restaurant will also serve up an Easter-inspired brunch featuring hot cross buns, adorable Easter-themed cupcakes, and loads of savoury options like pasta and assorted grilled sausages. The little ones can also pick from the kid’s menu. As part of the festivities, kids can also design their cupcakes and enter a mini drawing competition.

Top this all off with complimentary usage of the swimming pool after brunch!

S$68++ per person on Saturdays and Sundays, top up S$28++ for 1 hour of free-flow beverages. Kids between 7 to 12 dine at half price, while kids below 7 eat for free.

For bookings, call +65 6705 7825

2. Prego

Easter 2021. (PHOTO: Prego)
Easter 2021. (PHOTO: Prego)

Those looking for a different Easter brunch experience can head to Prego for a classic Italian menu.

From April 2 to 4, guests can look forward to dishes such as grilled octopus with cauliflower cream, lamb fillets, classic mascarpone cheese, chocolate, and passionfruit desserts as part of the celebrations.

Little ones will also get to take home a traditional Italian Easter gift!

S$58++ per person. Prego’s Easter menu is available for both lunch (between 11.30 am and 2.30 pm) and dinner (between 5 pm to 10.30 pm).

For reservation inquiries, please contact +65 6339 7777 or email reservations.singapore@fairmont.com.

3. Skai

Easter 2021. (PHOTO: Skai)
Easter 2021. (PHOTO: Skai)

Indulge in a bottomless brunch that overlooks Singapore’s beautiful skyline when you book a table at SKAI for Easter brunch.

Expect a good mix of traditional brunch options and some Asian-inspired ones like crab eggs Benedict with yuzu and togarashi hollandaise sauce. Dessert lovers can look forward to SKAI’s impressive dessert menu comprising Easter favourites like a spiced carrot cake, mini hot cross buns, and snow egg made with passion fruit and coconut.

S$178++ for brunch with free-flow Brut Taittinger or S$198++ for Rose Taittinger. Bespoke cocktails are also available. Brunch is available at S$89++ for kids between 6 to 12 years old.

For reservation inquiries, please contact +65 6339 7777 or email reservations.singapore@fairmont.com.

4. Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore

Origin Grill Easter Set Menu Dine-in. (PHOTO: Shangri-La Hotel)
Origin Grill Easter Set Menu Dine-in. (PHOTO: Shangri-La Hotel)

The Shangri-La’s Origin Grill has a three-course set brunch that consists of two appetisers, the main course, and dessert. Be sure to look out for the Scottish eggs with lamb merguez and dill and the stuffed lamb leg that’s been sous vide in a herb marinade.

Available from April 2 to 4 between 12 pm and 2.30 pm for S$68++ per person.

Book now here.

5. The Line, Shangri La Hotel

The Line, Shangri-La Hotel. (PHOTO: Shangri-La Hotel)
The Line, Shangri-La Hotel. (PHOTO: Shangri-La Hotel)

Turn Easter into an international affair with a meal at The Line. Dishes like Maine lobster rolls, Tunisian-style organic egg shakshuka, and grilled New Zealand lamb leg with ratatouille will appear. Don’t forget to make a beeline for the Easter-themed desserts like carrot cake and lemon jivara rabbit.

This menu is available for both brunch (between 12 pm and 3 pm) for S$88+ and dinner (between 6pm and 10pm) for S$98++.

Free-flow Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label Brut Champagne, house red and white wine, and other soft drinks will be available for S$198++ per adult on April 4.

Book now here.

6. The Atelier

The Atelier - Easter Sunday Family Brunch. (PHOTO: The Capitol Kempinski)
The Atelier - Easter Sunday Family Brunch. (PHOTO: The Capitol Kempinski)

For a more intimate Easter affair, head on down to The Atelier for single-serving appetisers like oysters, charcuterie plates, hot seafood on pans, and more.

You could also order a whole Easter platter consisting of black Angus beef sirloin steak, roasted grass-fed lamb leg, and roasted spring chicken for sharing.

Little ones can head to the hotel’s foyer for movie screenings of cartoons, Easter cooking making, and colouring stations.

Brunch will be able on April 4 from 12pm to 3pm and priced at S$118++ for adults with an additional S$48++ for sparkling beverages, S$68++ for champagne, and S$118+ for a vintage beverage package. Brunch for kids between 6 to 12 years old will be S$59++.

For bookings, call +65 6715 6800 or email reservations.singapore@kempinski.com.

7. The Bar @ 15 Stamford

The Bar @ 15 Stamford. (PHOTO: 15 Stamford)
The Bar @ 15 Stamford. (PHOTO: 15 Stamford)

This one is for adults only. The Bar @ 15 Stamford will be holding a Liquid Easter Brunch with unlimited drinks. As part of the brunch menu, guests get to indulge in unlimited pourings of sparkling, red, and white wine, house pours liquor, and cocktails paired with a three-course meal from 15 Stamford.

Brunch is available on April 4 between 12 pm to 3 pm, priced at $128++ per person.

For bookings, call +65 6715 6800 or email reservations.singapore@kempinski.com.

8. Frieda

(PHOTO: Frieda)
(PHOTO: Frieda)

For a German-style Easter brunch, head on down to Frieda. Available across two days, expect deviled eggs with crispy bacon, creamy leek and potato soup with chives, toasted sourdough with ham and gouda cheese. You can also get a poached salmon trout with parsley potatoes, pork skin with Dijon mustard, and an Easter rack of lamb and savoury pancakes.

Brunch is available between April 3 ($68++) and 4 ($78++), from 11.30 am to 3 pm. Brunch for kids between 6 to 12 is available at $39++ with an additional $48++ per adult for free-flow beers and wines.

For bookings, call +65 6715 6800 or email reservations.singapore@kempinski.com.

9. Zafferano

Zafferano Champagne Brunch. (PHOTO: Zafferano)
Zafferano Champagne Brunch. (PHOTO: Zafferano)

Zafferano presents a traditional Italian Easter brunch with highlights such as torta pasqualina, seasonal oysters, snow crab salad, and more.

Be sure to top it off with an assortment of fruit, cheeses, and loads of Italian desserts like pastiera Napolina and candied orange and eggs.

Brunch is available between April 3 and 4 from 12pm to 3pm. Prices are S$148++ per diner with free-flow of sparkling wine, house wines, beer, other drinks, S$198++ per diner with free-flow champagne, premium wines, and other beverages S$108++ per diner with free-flow soft drinks, juices, coffee, and tea.

Kids under six years old dine for free.

10. Alley on 25

Alley on 25. (PHOTO: Andaz Singapore)
Alley on 25. (PHOTO: Andaz Singapore)

Easter highlights at Alley on 25 include roasted lamb leg, honey baked ham, and a fresh bounty of seafood. There will also be an eggs station for those looking for more traditional dishes. Be sure not to miss out on the beef burger with seared foie gras and grilled jerk chicken too!

Brunch is available from 12 pm to 2.30 pm. Prices are S$88++ per person.

For more information, please visit andazsingapore.com.

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