The Easter long weekend is a great time to spend quality time with your family, and Easter brunches are an entertaining way for you to have a lavish feast with a side of fun. Why? Many restaurants are making their Easter shindigs family-friendly, throwing in activities from egg hunts to bouncy castles to face paintings and visits from Easter bunnies.
Some even have a supervised kids corner so you can enjoy your meal in peace while the little bubs have a good time. Your kids will be looking forward to the next one before the day is done. Check out our list of great places to go for an Easter family feast.
When it comes to a sumptuous spread, Pan Pacific’s The Edge restaurant doesn’t disappoint and come April 17, it’ll have you feeling the Easter vibes with themed treats, alongside mouthwatering options like Grilled Grouper with Champagne Beurre Blanc, Slow-Roasted Prime Rib of Beef and the classic hot cross buns.
And to keep the kids occupied, there’ll be interactive activities too, like balloon sculpting and hybrid egg painting.
When: April 17, 2022, Sunday, 12 pm to 3.30 pm
Price: $128++ (adult) and $64++ (child, six to 12 years old). Additional $90++ for unlimited champagne, cocktails, draft beer, red and white wines or $48 for unlimited alcoholic beverages.
Pan Pacific Singapore is at 7 Raffles Blvd, Singapore 039595. Visit its website for reservations or more information.
Goodwood Park Hotel is hosting an Easter Sunday Mega Brunch that spans three of its dining establishments: L’Espresso, Gordon Grill and Coffee Lounge. And that’s not all; there’ll be pop-up lifestyle retail stalls, as well as a Children’s House with a bouncy castle alongside Zumba classes for adults and children to enjoy together.
You’d best go with an empty stomach, because there’s a full-on spread awaiting. From a chilled seafood bar with the likes of Maine lobsters, fresh oysters and Chardonnay poached tiger prawns, to tempting roasted meats and local fare such as satay and the Goodwood Signature Laksa, there’s something for everyone. Don’t forget to check out the live stations with chicken shawarma and Pasta alla Routa (pasta in cheese wheel).
And to get you in the Easter spirit, there’ll be delightful treats like Easter bunny cupcakes, creme brulee housed in egg shells, and even an Easter egg wall. Or if you’re into an afternoon tea affair, make a booking for the Easter Afternoon Tea Buffet at L’Espresso from Good Friday to Saturday (April 15 to 16, 2022).
When: April 17, two seatings (10.30am to 1pm; 2pm to 4.30pm)
Price: $98++ (adult) and $58.80++ (child, aged six to 11) with free-flow of sparkling tea, soft drinks and juices. Additional $25++ per person for free-flow of champagne, wine, beer, soft drinks and juices.
Goodwood Park Hotel is at 22 Scotts Rd, Singapore 228221. Visit its website for reservations or more information.
You’re in for a spectacular treat at Grand Hyatt Singapore’ s Mezza9. The one-day-only buffet feast will have you dining on gourmet meats and sustainable seafood, from slow-roasted Australian grass-fed prime rib and grilled spatchcock chicken to Australian Yarra Valley salmon trout caviar paired with lemon blinis, spiny lobster, freshly shucked plump rock oysters, and Spencer Gulf wild king prawns.
For Asian flavours, check out the steam and wok counters, where you can dive into wok-fried beef tenderloin, steamed kampong chicken with Chinese wine, and fried tiger prawns with salted egg yolk sauce. Love sashimi? There’s a Japanese counter too, boasting fresh sashimi and nigiri with sustainable options.
And let’s not forget the desserts to round off your meal — think assorted cakes and tarts, pudding, a newly-added tiramisu, artisanal cheeses, and seasonal macarons.
When: April 17, 2022
Price: $128++ (adult) and $64++ (child, aged four to 12)
Grand Hyatt Singapore is at 10 Scotts Rd, Singapore 228211. Visit its website for reservations.
A lavish Easter brunch will be served at Town, jam-packed with a cornucopia of delights, be it platters of charcuterie and chilled seafood, or hearty prime reef, pepper-crusted duck breast and Cajun-spiced blackened snapper, all prepared à la minute. There are also Japanese family-style platters with sashimi, Asian delights that include pork belly and king prawn noodles, as well as Indian specialities like lamb organ josh and kadai chicken.
Keep an eye out for the Easter Egg Special, which features sous vide egg, pulled pork, avocado, and crispy hash.
Dessert-wise, don’t miss the family-style platters of bird’s nest with mini eggs, chocolate mousse with “popping crack egg” and a pina colada chocolate egg, or the hot cross tropézienne and lemon myrtle tart.
When: April 17, 2022, 12pm to 3.30pm.
Price: $142++ (adult) and $65++ (child) with free-flow of soft drinks and chilled juices. $192++ (adult) with free-flow of house wine, champagne, Bloody Mary, gin and tonic, negroni and Tiger Draught.
The Fullerton Hotel Singapore is at 1 Fullerton Square, Singapore 049178.
Amp up your Easter weekend with a semi-buffet champagne brunch at Voco Orchard Singapore’s Opus Bar & Grill. It serves up a smorgasbord of free-flow fresh seafood like shucked oysters and Boston lobster, as well as Torchon foie gras, truffle omelette, swordfish carpaccio and gourmet pastas and pizzas, as well as artisanal cheeses, and Easter desserts.
Of course, over at the popular steakhouse, the grills are the main event, from hanger steaks to roasted porchetta and grilled lamb rack.
When: April 17, 2021 (12pm to 3pm)
How much: $118++ per adult and $55++ (child, six to 12). $168++ with a free-flow of prosecco, house wines, beers, and $186++ with free-flow of champagne, house wines and beers.
Opus Restaurant is at Lobby Level, Hilton Singapore, 581 Orchard Road, Singapore 238883. Visit its website for reservations.
Andaz Singapore’s Alley on 25 is treating its diners to a fab Easter brunch.
For its Easter brunch, you’ll be treated to a free-flow of platters including a carving board with sausages and roasted meats, seafood on ice, bread baskets, cold cuts, and cereals. Then choose your favourite style of eggs — think Scotch eggs, deviled eggs, and Avruga caviar eggs – cooked using cage-free eggs.
Mains are limited to one serving per diner, with signatures like Black Angus Beef Burger with foie gras (+$10), Grilled Fjord Trout. Dessert is free-flow too. Save room for the likes of Easter Confetti Eclairs, a Chocolate Easter Egg Sundae, and mochi waffles.
When: April 16 to 17, 2022 (12pm to 2.30pm)
Price: $98++ per person, additional $45++ for free-flow of beer, wines, sparkling wine and soft drinks.
Call 6408 1288 or visit its website for enquiries or reservations. Andaz Singapore is at 5 Fraser Street, Singapore, Singapore, 189354.
From 15 Stamford by Alvin Leung, to La Scala Ristorante and Berthold Delikatessen, The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore’s dining establishments are all geared up for Easter. But for a family-friendly option, Easter @ The Arcade Brunch, a tie-up between La Scala Ristorante and Frieda German Restaurant is one to check out.
Each menu gets you a 10-course experience with dishes from both La Scala Ristorante and Frieda German Restaurant. You can look forward to hearty Bavarian plates like savoury pancakes with smoked salmon, an Easter rack of lamb with tomato barley and braided Easter bread from Frieda. And from La Scala Ristorante’s kitchen, there’ll be Linguini Primavera as well as porchetta and crostinis.
Plus, the kids can enjoy Easter-theme activities and receive a goodie bag with chocolate eggs.
When: April 17, 2021 (12pm to 3pm)
Price: $78++ (adult, food only), and $42++ per child (six to 12 years old). Additional $48++ per person for free-flow of prosecco, white wine, red wine, and beers.
The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore is at 15 Stamford Rd, Singapore 178906. Call 6715 6800 or email email@example.com for enquiries or reservations.
Tablescape draws on European familial traditions, and presents a seven-course menu, with five courses that can be re-ordered as you please, for the festive occasion.
Make your way through seafood on ice (there’s Boston lobster and Canadian oysters), assorted cold cuts and cheeses, a Pernod-Scented Melon Soup, and a housemade truffle ebi maki roll. For mains, you’ll be devouring a choice of an quintessential Easter dish, like the Josper Grilled Lamb Rack, and Magret De Canard, starring duck breast served with lettuce, foie gras, an organic egg, then drizzled with an orange and cherry jus.
When: April 17, 2021 (12pm to 3pm)
How much: $118++ (adult) and $59++ (child), additional $45++ for free-flow of housepour red and white wines, and additional $55++ for free-flow of G.H Mumm champagne and house spirits.
Tablescape is at Level 3, 10 Coleman Street, Grand Park City Hall, Singapore 179809. Call 6432 5566 or visit its website for enquiries or reservations.
Rolling out what’s themed the Great Eggscape, W Singapore has an egg-travagant buffet line-up for the day at The Kitchen Table.
Prime your bellies with Japanese snow crabs, freshly shucked oysters and poached lobster, before diving into hearty cuts of roasted prime rib, grilled lamb rack, oven-baked lemon grass chicken. Of course, there are egg-centric dishes too, from Trio Egg Fried Rice, to egg briyani and salted egg yolk tiger prawns.
Psst! Each table will receive a raffle ticket to stand a chance to win a night’s stay in a Marvelous Suite, a weekend dinner buffet for two, or a three-course grazing menu experience.
When: April 17, 2022 (12.30pm to 3pm; and 1.30pm to 4pm)
Price: $148++ (food only) and $208++ with bottomless bubbly
W Singapore – Sentosa Cove is at 21 Ocean Way, Sentosa, Singapore 098374. Visit this page for reservations.
Enjoy a good view with your feast? Head to Lavo Italian Restaurant & Rooftop Bar, which is giving its Sunday Champagne Brunch an Easter-riffic spin.
The celebratory menu sees curated dishes such as tonnato devilled eggs, traditional linguine cacio e pepe and a New Zealand rack of lamb with rosemary salsa verde. Then sink your teeth into the Easter-themed desserts and clink your glasses with the restaurant’s special Lavo Bloody Mary.
When: April 17, 2022 (12pm to 3pm)
Price: $118++ per person (food and non-alcoholic beverages) and $38++ (child, aged four to 10). $188++ per person for food and alcoholic beverages
Lavo Italian Restaurant & Rooftop Bar is at 10 Bayfront Ave, Tower 1, Level 57, Singapore 018956. Reservations are required. Call 6688 8591 or email lavo.reservations@
Hotel Fort Canning’s annual Easter Bonanza is always highly anticipated, and you can expect nothing less this year. This year’s theme is “An Unforgettable Easter Feast”, a farm-themed fiesta that will thrill both young and old.
Held at The Salon, adults can look forward to an indulgent a la carte buffet menu. Kickstart your meal with appetisers like seared tuna salad, smoked duck breast and chilled seafood. For mains, you’ll get the likes of lamb tagine, baby back ribs, braised beef, mustard chicken and pasta, before finishing off with cakes, mini Swiss rolls, brownies or a fresh fruit platter.
There are choices specially for the kids too, from fish fingers to a chicken burger and spaghetti pomodoro.
In line with the theme, come dressed in your best “farm-themed” looks together with the kids, and participate in the best-dressed contest. There’ll also be activities for the kids, and an egg hunt.
When: April 17, 2021 (12pm to 3pm)
How Much: $118++ per adult and $59++ per child (four to 12 years old). Each child under 4 years old dine for free with each paying adult.
Call 6799 8809 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for reservations. The Salon is at Hotel Fort Canning, 11 Canning Walk, Singapore 178881.
Burger & Lobster Raffles Hotel has a celebratory brunch menu specially curated just for the Easter weekend.
To start, chow down on the Egg in Nest ($12++) that sees a baked egg in a golden potato nest, or the baked Lobster Quiche ($16++). Then choose from mains of Eggy Lobster Roll ($28++), Beetroot Rissoles & Butternut Squash steak ($18++) or the Benedict Burger ($18++), made with black Angus grilled patty on a toasted cornmeal muffin.
End your meal on a sweet note with the Egg in Golden Nest and Chocolate Fondant, specially created to pair with its Easter cocktails.
When: April 15 to 17
Burger & Lobster is at Raffles Hotel, 328 North Bridge Road, Singapore 188719. Visit its website for reservations.
Text: Joy Fang Additional text: Michelle Lee