Savour the flavours of the holiday season at The Fullerton Hotels from now till the end of the year. Options at The Fullerton Hotel include festive lunch, high tea and dinner buffets (from S$59++ per adult, from S$29++ per child) at Town Restaurant, afternoon tea (S$50++ per adult, S$25++ per child) at The Courtyard, and three- to five-course degustation set lunch or dinner (from S$158++ per person) at The Lighthouse.
Over at The Fullerton Bay Hotel, The Clifford Pier hosts afternoon tea buffets (from S$50++ per adult, S$25++ per child), as well as Christmas Eve dinner and Christmas Day brunch and dinner buffets (from S$148++ per adult, from S$74++ per child), or enjoy a four- or five-course degustation dinner (from S$58++ per person) at La Brasserie.
Enjoy a festive English afternoon tea buffet or semi-buffet dinner (from S$68++ per adult, from S$40++ per child) on Christmas Eve at L’Espresso café. The Coffee Lounge will also be showcasing Christmas Eve and Day lunch-cum-high tea and dinner buffets (from S$48++ per adult, per S$29++ per child).
Grand Hyatt Singapore
From December 1 to 25 at Grand Hyatt Singapore, mezza9 will be serving up a new festive a la carte menu, while a grand Christmas Eve buffet dinner (from S$148++ per adult, S$98++ per child) awaits diners with a spread boasting Tasmanian smoked king salmon, slow-roasted butterball turkey, Jameson whiskey flambéed plum pudding and more. The next day, try global festive flavours at Christmas Day brunch (from S$188++ per adult, S$118++ per child).
For a touch of yuletide in Italy, enjoy Christmas Eve dinner and Christmas Day brunch buffets (S$118++ per adult, S$59++ per child) at Pete’s Place instead. If high tea (from S$68++ per adult, S$48++ per child) is your cup of tea, head to 10 Scotts for four hours of savouries and sweets on Christmas Day.
Hotel Fort Canning
Enjoy festive high tea (from S$30++ per person) in the park at Hotel Fort Canning from 20 November to 30 December.
Each set comprises both sweet and savoury Christmas-inspired light bites, served with tea, coffee or prosecco at The Salon.
For Christmas Eve dinner and Christmas Day lunch (from S$98++ per adult, from S$49++ per child), feast on the lavish buffet spreads and dessert bar, complemented with special live grill station on Christmas Day. The little ones will delight in their own buffet stations and play zone.
Get into the Christmas spirit with TWG Tea’s set meal ($35) which includes a main course, Joy of Christmas Tea (black tea blended with spiced fruit and chocolate) and dessert.
The main is grilled Wagyu beef skirt with black truffle and foie gras beef jus, accompanied with charred pears poached in Red Christmas Tea, mashed potatoes and cabbage braised with veal bacon and chestnut. Sweeten the meal with the Joy of Christmas Tea-infused yule log – a chocolate hazelnut sponge cake filled with a Joy of Christmas Tea-infused cream mousse and coated with a milk chocolate glaze.
Add $10 for an eggnog-inspired mocktail or $12 for a cocktail infused with Joy of Christmas tea.
Regent Singapore is collaborating with Canadian luxury tea blender Tealeaves and the Singapore Dance Theatre for a festive afternoon tea ($50 an adult, $26.50 a child) themed after The Nutcracker ballet.
The three-tier stand comes with assorted finger sandwiches such as Wagyu beef carpaccio with rocket salad and parmesan cheese; and lemon and dill Scottish smoked salmon with sour cream on rye; as well as butter and Chuao chocolate scones.
In addition, there will be specially plated desserts such as the Nutcracker gelato, with pecan brownie, caramelised pecans, salted caramel spread and crunchy milk chocolate pearls.
Do not miss the dramatic Chocolate Snow On Fire, with 23 per cent white chocolate lemon yogurt mousse, amarena cherry jam, almond espuma, blackberry and raspberry sorbet, and raspberry jelly. It is flambed at the table.
Pan Pacific Singapore
Take a break from Christmas shopping with Atrium’s afternoon tea (from $38). Highlights include eggnog creme brulee tart; chendol entremet and duck rillettes with herb crostini. Specially for this season, the tea set comes with pistachio cranberry or classic scones.
Have a leisurely afternoon tea ($118 for two people, with two flutes of festive cocktail, champagne and tea or coffee; or $88 for two people, with tea or coffee) at InterContinental Singapore’s Lobby Lounge.
The selection includes Parma ham melon crostini; turkey emmental cheese sandwich; and saffron curry crab meat with ikura on brioche. Sweet delights include Christmas fruit cake; pistachio choux tree; and vanilla orange crepe with chestnut-lychee sorbet.
Partake in a decadent high tea buffet on Christmas Eve ($78++ an adult, $39++ a child aged six to 11) and Christmas Day ($98++ an adult, $49++ a child aged six to 11) at Shangri-La Hotel’s The Rose Veranda. The spread includes roast turkey; roast lamb rack; barramundi with coconut and red lentil dhal, pineapple and coriander; and pork ribs.
The buffet includes seafood, soup salad, sushi and cheese. There is also an array of desserts such as coconut, durian and pandan logcake; warm Christmas pudding with brandy sauce; and roasted pecan tart.
There is always time for afternoon tea at Mandarin Oriental’s Axis Bar and Lounge. Highlights include turkey foie gras roll with red cabbage stew; Christmas ham with brown toast and cranberry jam; and mozzarella with crab, apple slaw and avocado.
Desserts include Christmas fruitcake, Manjari crunchy chocolate yule log and snow white coconut dacquoise. It is priced at $42 a person and $80 for two; and $52 a person, $100 for two on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.
Capella’s afternoon tea spread ($45++ a person) includes foie gras terrine with cherry puree, candied walnut and gingerbread crumble; turkey roulade with spinach and pistachio cream; and housemade salmon gravlax with pickled kumquat, green pea puree and dill oil.
Dessert offerings include salted caramel and lemon curd tartlet; traditional mont blanc cheesecake; and assorted Christmas cookies. Do not miss the cranberry scones and almond marzipan stollen.