16 Delicious Places To Go To Celebrate Easter In Singapore
1. Lewin Terrace
Indulge in the modern interpretation of classic Japanese-French cuisine, while enjoying the view at the Fort Canning Park. Also, what better way to treat your kids than an Omurice in the shape of an Easter bunny?
Only on April 16 Adults: $78++ for Lunch and $128 ++ for Dinner Child: $30++ (includes Chef’s Special Omurice and a Chocolate Egg with Panna Cotta.
21 Lewin Terrace
2. The Garage
Sip on a special Eggster Cocktail while taking in the greenery at Singapore first UNESCO World Heritage Site, Singapore Botanical Gardens.
From freshly shucked oysters to a pop-up AIX Rosé bar, be spoilt with choices for a feast for the mouth. Children are not forgotten with baked goods shaped to suit the festivities and activities such as egg painting and colouring to keep them occupied.
Adults: $65 ++ Child: $18 ++
50 Cluny Park Road
Experience a German Easter with the traditional 3-course Easter menu that includes a classic German Easter main course of Roasted Lamb shank with seasonal vegetables and a warm chocolate cake served with ice cream to top it all off.
Your children will get to bring home Easter chocolate goodies, after some hands-on Easter activities.
$48++ (includes a braised lamb shank and a warm chocolate cake served with ice cream)
4. Jamie's Italian Vivocity
The final Gourmet Pop-Up Market at Vivocity is an adventure not to be missed as you can partner up with your children to learn how to handmade fresh pasta from scratch.
Learn more about the flavours of Italy and purchase a bag of the restaurant’s freshly made pasta to receive a Jamie’s Italian sauce recipe. Do not miss out on the wide variety of ingredients straight from the land of flavours.
15 to 16, April 12 noon to 6pm
#1-165/167, 1 Harbourfront Walk
5. 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.
16 April (12 noon to 3pm) Adults: $198++
1 Beach Road
6. 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.
16 April, 11am to 4pm $120 ++ (includes 90 minutes of free-flow of select drinks)
130E Minden Road
Take a break from all the feasting with a cup of tea, while spoiling yourselves at the L’Espresso at Goodwood Park Hotel.
With a charming assortment of sandwiches, desserts, chocolate fountain and scones, indulge in some Easter-inspired chorizo and black truffle and sous vide egg with smoky potato velouté. Face-painting and a bouncy castle await the little ones!
15 to 16 April 2017
22 Scotts 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.
16 April, 11.30am – 3.30pm Adult: $58++ Child: $32++ (Children under 4 years old- free)
Level 7, Park Hotel Alexandra, 323 Alexandra Road
9. Dolce Vita
Watch the chefs cook up some magic with the theatrical stations such as the pasta station and rotisserie as well as alfresco barbecue.
Get ready to be blown away by the slow-poached whole Norwegian King salmon on ice, accompanied by a caviar selection and traditional condiments, while your kids go on an exciting egg hunt in the alfresco garden.
15 to 16 April Adults: $148 (includes soft drinks and juices) Child: $58 (for kids aged 5 to 11 years old, 4 years and below enjoy complimentary dining)
5 Raffles Avenue
10. Axis Bar And Lounge
Take in the city skyline views as you sip some Easter-inspired afternoon tea, with pumpkin spiced vanilla Chantilly and Easter baked apple cheese gateau at the Axis Bar and Lounge.
Throughout April. 3pm to 5pm. $42 for one, $80 for two
5 Raffles Avenue
11. Brunch At Ritz Carlton Millenia, Singapore
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).
16 April 2017 Easter Champagne Brunch (12pm to 3.30pm) Adults: $198 Children: $99 (six to 12 years old), $49.50 (three to five years old)
7 Raffles Avenue
12. Tea At Ritz Carlton Millenia, Singapore
Catch the guest appearance by the Easter Bunny, who will bring your kids on a wild egg hunt while you savour a selection of canapés, hot cross buns and Easter themed desserts!
16 April 2017 Easter Afternoon Tea Buffest (2.30pm to 5pm) Adults: $68 Children: $34 (six to 12 years old)
7 Raffles Avenue
13. Parkroyal on Pickering
Make this an Easter to remember with a range of mouth-watering epicurean delights, such as the Crispy Pancetta Ham, Alaskan King Crab Remoulade and the 65 Degrees Sous-vide Egg with Asparagus. Do not forget to snap a picture with the Easterbunny at the GIF Photobooth to put this Easter onto paper.
16 April 2017, 12.30pm to 4.30pm Adults: $108 Children: $44 (six to 12 years old)
3 Upper Pickering Street
14. Hard Rock Hotel
Join your kids in the cooking studio as they get into a fun hands-on Easter sweet creation competition by decorating a chocolate egg with colourful cream and candies.
A face-painting session and movie screening await to entertain the kids while adults can indulge in Snow Crab leg and Egg Roulade with Blackened Spice.
Be treated to Easter desserts created under the guidance of RWS Executive Pastry Chef Kenny Kong, who has been named Pastry Chef of the Year for the second time in the World Gourmet Summit Awards of Excellence.
16 April 2017, 12 pm to 3.30pm Adults: $88 ++ Children: $44 (4 to 12 years old)
8 Sentosa Gateway
Get a taste of some meals cooked up by Michelin-starred chefs, brothers Enrico and Roberto Cerea who present Italian favourites such as pastas, pizzas and desserts.
The little ones are treated to a complimentary pizza making workshop, while the adults feast on Apple and Capsicum Compote and Modern Tiramisu Cake.
16 April 2017, 12 pm to 3pm Adults: $88 ++ Children: $44++ (four to 12 years old)
26 Sentosa Gateway
16. Ocean Restaurant by Cat Cora
Watch leopard sharks and manta rays swim by as you feat on some Scrambled Egg with Truffle or a Roasted Breese Chicken and finish off with a dessert fit for the kings of the sea, Mango and Passionfruit Sphere with Greek Yoghurt and Tarragon Sorbet.
The kids’ lunch set includes a main course, side dish and a scoop of ice-cream.
15 to 16 April 2016, 11.30am to 2.30pm Adults: $88++ (includes a glass of Prosecco) Children: $38++ (four to 12 years old) – includes a free flow of soft drinks and chilled juices