If you’re still looking for an Easter brunch spot in Singapore,these places are your best bet. Find out where to go and what’s good to eat below:
1. The Kitchen Table at W Singapore Sentosa Cove
Hip, skip and sip at W Singapore’s resident restaurant, The Kitchen Table, with Easter specials like Braised Beef Cheeks with Dark Chocolate Ganache, Chocolate Fettucine with Gorgonzola Cream and more.
Never mind if even chocolate can’t get your little ones’ attentions — let them go on an Easter egg hunt (so you get to sneak in a free flow of booze) and they’ll come back hungry.
21 Ocean Way
2. Vineyard at Hortpark
Tuck into a three-course brunch at the whimsical secret garden verandah that is Vineyard at Hort Park, followed by an eggs-travagant dessert buffet.
Free activities include an Easter egg hunt, a bouncy castle, Easter egg painting and colouring and more.
#02-02 Hort Park, 33 Hyderabad Road
3. Marmalade Pantry
Marmalade Pantry’s Easter-themed brunch buffet isn’t just a feast for your belly — be treated to magic shows with live doves and rabbits, face and body painting, balloon sculpting, DIY cupcake sessions and more.
Plus, stand a chance to win prizes like hotel staycations, gift cards and more!
100 Peck Seah Street
4. Lobby Lounge At Conrad Centennial Singapore
Meet the Easter Bunny over a cosy Easter Sunday afternoon high tea bufft.
Tuck into meaty delights from the carving station, seafood on ice and more. Come in feast-friendly clothes — half for comfort, half to not give yourself away at the photobooth post-meal.
2 Temasek Boulevard
5. The White Rabbit
Did someone say Eater Bunny? Enter The White Rabbit’s Easter Sunday buffet brunch, with a carving station, a live station that’ll do your eggs any style, a seafood bar with lobster and freshly shucked oysters, and more.
Plus, mains specially for the little ones: Mac & Cheese, Battered Haddock & Frites, and Tomato and Meatballs Linguine.
39C Harding Road
6. Raffles Grill
Treat yourself to a feast fit for the king at the Champagne Brunch in Raffles Grill with its selection of charcuterie and a spread of mouth-watering desserts. An endless showcase of fresh seafood, live carvings such as Omaha Beef Tenderloin and Welsh Lamb Saddle is awaiting you this Easter.
It’s a treat for the whole family as children can take part in egg-hunting games and goodies bags, while you take part in some fine dining.
1 Beach Road
7. Open Farm Community
Get ready with your baskets to round up bunnies at the Open Farm Community Easter Brunch this Sunday.
From Lamb and curry scotch egg or 63 degree eggs in the shell served with toasted sourdough, fresh ricotta cheese, baked beans, stir fried chilli beef rib eye and spring onions, choose from a variety of flavours on how you would like your eggs to be done.
130E Minden Road
8. The Carvery
Travel the world with Easter Sunday brunch at The Carvery. From the Argentinean Ribeye and the Australian Lamb Shoulder, finish off your travels in the land of the Great Britain, all from the Park Hotel Alexandra.
A Kids Hall, located opposite the restaurant offers food fit for the little royals such as Mac & Cheese and Mini Red Velvet Cupcakes. Cartoon screenings and other activities are planed to keep the kids busy while you go around the globe.
Level 7, Park Hotel Alexandra, 323 Alexandra Road
9. The Ritz-Carlton Millenia
Do not miss out on the Italian meat pie and Scotch quail eggs at the Champagne Brunch, where seven “live’ kitchens await to entertain, impress and feed you.
Watch the magic unfold with some live action magic show, for the children (and those young at heart).
7 Raffles Avenue
Want to celebrate Easter at home instead? Get yourself a delicious chocolate cake from Bakerzin and take it home. The gorgeous looking cake is bound to be a hit with guests.
$68 for 1.8kg