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2024 Guide to the Best Brunches in Singapore: Free-flow Buffet Brunches & Cafe Brunch

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Looking for the best brunch in Singapore? We’ve rounded up some of our favourite brunch cafes and restaurants to enjoy free-flow booze, kids’ activities and classic brunch food for your weekday eggs fix or a special weekend brunch!

Brunch in Singapore is a weekend pastime! While the ‘best’ brunch in Singapore is always subjective, we’ve rounded up some of our favourite brunch places, each offering something different from boozy free-flow buffet brunches, to eggs or pancake mayhem, fave brunch cafes with playgrounds nearby to fancy hotel champagne weekend brunches, often with fun activities so kids don’t get bored, plus some spots offering pet-friendly areas too!

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Sunday Champagne Brunch at Crossroads Buffet

Sunday Champagne Brunch at Crossroads Buffet
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What better way to spend Sunday than with an indulgent boozy buffet brunch with fresh seafood, prime meat carving stations and bottomless bubbly? Crossroads Buffet at Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel puts on quite the feast with its bottomless Sunday Champagne Brunch with free-flow bubbly and a lavish brunch buffet. Be spoilt for choice with multiple live stations featuring Artisanal Charcuterie and Cheese, Seafood on Ice, Lobster Eggs Benedict with Cod Roe Hollandaise, Aburi Mentaiko Scallop with Caviar, Pork Carnitas Taco, as well as Indian, Chinese and Western fare. For the ultimate brunch indulgence, add on $68++ per person for free-flow champagne, draught beer and house wine. We reckon for this quality and selection of brunch food right in the heart of Orchard it’s a fab choice for Sunday brunch and to sweeten the deal we have an exclusive brunch promotion for you!

Sassy Mama readers get 20% off Sunday brunch until 31 March 2024. Quote SASSYBRUNCH20 upon reservation. Offer valid for adult price only. Not applicable on eve and on public holidays and special occasions.
Weekend champagne brunch: Sundays 12pm to 2:30pm. Click here to view menu.
How much: Adults $98++/Child $52++. Add-on $68++ per person for free-flow Henriot champagne, draught beer and house wine.
How to book: Book here. Or call +65 6831 4605 or email [email protected]

Crossroads Buffet, Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel, 320 Orchard Rd, Singapore 238865


Lazy Breakfast at Alley on 25: Weekend brunch

Lazy Breakfast at Alley on 25: Weekend brunch
Image: Andaz Singapore

Looking for an affordable weekend hotel brunch to indulge in with the family? The Lazy Breakfast at Alley on 25 takes place every Saturday and Sunday at the bright all-day dining restaurant on the 25th floor of Andaz Singapore. The brunch is a mix of free-flow dishes plus choose one main course from the menu – think poached eggs and avocado sourdough toast, eggs Benedict with honey-baked ham, smoked salmon bagel, grilled chicken burger, or lobster mac and cheese. The unlimited items include seafood on ice, cold cuts, a cheeseboard, a salad bar, breakfast smoothies and a western section of eggs any style, sausages, bacon, baked beans, and more! If you fancy a free-flow brunch, just top up with a drinks package including a DIY cocktail bar, just watch your measures and remember to line your tummy with all the goodies on offer at the buffet.
Weekend brunch timing: Saturdays and Sundays 12pm – 2:30pm
How much: $55 per adult, $27.50 per child, includes free-flow breakfast spread and one à la carte dish. Guests can add $40 for bottomless Andaz Pilsner, wines and a DIY cocktail bar. Top up an extra $78 for champagne.
How to book: Book here.

Alley on 25, Andaz Singapore, 5 Fraser Street, Singapore 189354


Opus Bar & Grill: Sunday brunch

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There’s truly something for every palate at the Sunday brunch at voco Orchard Singapore’s Opus Bar & Grill. Start your brunch in Orchard with fresh seafood, ranging from Boston Lobster to Alaskan King Crab Legs, Tiger Prawns plus Fine de Claire and NZ oysters. Asian and Western choices range from Wok-Fried Chili Crab and Kam Heong Prawns, to hearty Joue de Boeuf Bourguignon, mouthwatering Slow Roasted Australian Prime Rib, Wagyu Sausage, and Lamb Porterhouse – all prepared on the restaurant’s open-flame grill, over charcoal and jarrah wood. Kids will love the selection of pizzas and pasta. There’s also a Japanese corner offering sushi and sashimi, different types of cheese and cured meats, and a French station serving foie gras. End your meal on a high with tantalising desserts from D9 Cakery, from Crème Brûlée to Chocolate Pralines, cheesecakes, and a range of gateaux, custards and tarts.
Weekend brunch timing: Sundays, 12pm – 3pm
How much: 
$118++ per adult and $59++ per child (6-12 years old). $148++ for Prosecco, wine and beer; $178++, for free-flow Champagne Laurent-Perrier Brut and access to a mix-it-yourself Mojito bar. Brunch menu here.

Opus Bar & Grill, voco Orchard Singapore, 581 Orchard Road, Singapore 238883


Edge, Pan Pacific Singapore: Weekend brunch

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At this brunch dive into an assorted array of seafood on ice including Snow Crab, freshly-shucked Oyster and Boston Lobster, and a dazzling sashimi selection comprising tuna, salmon and Hamachi fish. Japanese delights include Smoked Pork Belly Shoyu Somen, Signature Donburi Bowl with Asian Spiced Tuna Tartare, as well as Vegetable Tempura. Don’t miss the brunch mains of Pan Seared Black Grouper Fillet and Gratin Pesto Crayfish as well as heartier options like the Seared Foie Gras, Ayam Berempah Salai (Smokehouse lemongrass spring chicken, cilantro and mint pesto) and Penang Assam Laksa. Cap off the meal with the must-have Chocolate Tart and Sea Salt, Citrus Raspberry Matcha Entremets, Durian Pengat Verrine, Signature Ice Cream Bowl and more.
Weekend brunch timing: Sundays, 12pm – 3pm
How much: From $88/adult (non-alcoholic); $44 per child for Saturday brunch
How to book: Call 6826 8240 or email [email protected]

Edge, Pan Pacific Singapore, 7 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039595


Tropical Sunday Champagne Brunch at 15 Stamford

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Looking for some tropical party brunch feels on the weekend? 15 Stamford gets the party going with a live three-piece band! Sip on Tiki cocktails and Telmont Champagne before tucking into a tantalising array of sashimi, sushi and seafood on ice! Brunch highlights include fresh lobsters, seasonal oysters, a luxurious foie gras offering, and the cheese section with a rotation of premium seasonal cheeses from Fourme d’Ambert to Reblochon. There’s a wide variety of live stations serving modern Asian classics and grilled meats – Wagyu Beef Hanging Tender, a rotisserie spit roast live station, Angus Beef Ribeye, and Pasture Fed Lamb Leg, as well as a DIY pasta station (which the kiddos will love).
Weekend brunch timing: Sundays, 12pm – 3pm
How much: from 
$188++ per person (with free-flow Telmont Champagne and other alcoholic drinks). Brunch menu here.

15 Stamford, The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore, 15 Stamford Road, Singapore 178906


Brasserie Les Saveurs, St. Regis Singapore: Sunday brunch

This ultra-swanky Sunday champagne brunch in Singapore is perfect if you’re in the mood to really celebrate. Decadent brunch options – unfortunately this is not a buffet – include a gorgeous array of French wines, a cheese platter, sushi, charcuterie, and fancy dishes like freshly shucked oysters and beef striploin. There’s a dedicated kids’ menu and a vegetarian brunch menu, too!
Weekend brunch timing: Sundays, 12pm – 2pm
How
much: $138 (with non-alcoholic beverages); $168 (with sommelier’s choice wines); from $198 (with Champagne Barons de Rothschild Brut NV); $75 for children. Brunch menu here.

Brasserie Les Saveurs, Lobby Level, St. Regis Singapore, 29 Tanglin Road, Singapore 247911


La Brasserie: Champagne weekend brunch

brunch Singapore - La Brasserie Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore
Image: The Fullerton Bay Hotel

The decadent Le Brunch by the Bay package offers up unlimited servings of food freshly prepared and then served to your table. Brunch options here include charcuterie, fresh seafood, sharing meat platters, local favourites such as Hainanese Chicken Rice and The Pier’s Prawn Laksa, and a variety of desserts. Of course, you can also go the free-flow Champagne brunch route, if you prefer.
Weekend brunch timing: Saturday & Sunday, 12pm – 3pm
How much: from $118 per adult or $59 per child (with free-flow chilled juices and soft drinks); Brunch menu here.

La Brasserie, The Fullerton Bay Hotel, 80 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049326


Estate: Sunday brunch with kids’ activities

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The Grand Champagne Sunday Brunch Buffet at Estate restaurant is truly a stunning experience and one of the best buffet brunches in Singapore! Expect a boggling selection of gourmet delicacies and boozy delights with the option of free-flow Laurent Perrier champagne and a Bloody Mary DIY Bar! There’s a whole cold seafood section for sushi and sashimi, freshly chucked oysters on ice, cold crab legs and cooked prawns, a charcuterie section with freshly carved Prosciutto De Parma, and Iberico Ham. Cooked dishes at this brunch in Orchard include Beef Wellington with Black Truffle Sauce, Whole Stuffed Suckling Pig, decadent Maine Lobster Thermidor, an Asian and Indian section, and a very impressive buffet table dedicated to Artisanal Cheeses. Kids will love the dessert buffet, which features cotton candy (in different colours), ice cream, cakes and Asian desserts from kueh to Japanese Mochi. And if that isn’t enough, then Estate also has dim sum brunch options! Plus, kiddos will be entertained with various activities such as face-painting and pottery making to colouring and more. There’s even a magician who performs magic tricks table to table – one of the best brunch experiences in Singapore.
Weekend brunch timing: Sundays, 12pm – 3pm
How much: $158++ per adult (brunch food only); $188++ per adult (free-flow Laurent Perrier Champagne, wines and Bloody Mary DIY Bar); $79++ per child (aged between 6 and 12). Children aged 5 and below dine for free. Brunch menu here.

Estate, Hilton Singapore Orchard, 333 Orchard Road, Level 5, Singapore 238867


The Line, Shangri-La Singapore: Sunday brunch

Always a popular spot with kids thanks to its proximity to Buds indoor playground (ticketed), The Line serves up a Sunday lunch ‘International Buffet with Flavours of the World’ offering more than 88 delectable choices with cuisine from all over – think fresh seafood on ice, sushi selections, an Indian section with curries and freshly baked naans, Crispy Duck, Roasted Pork Belly, Braised Soya Chicken Rice, charcuterie, cheese, Western mains, a Japanese section plus of course delicious desserts.
Weekend brunch timing: Sundays, 12:30pm – 2:30pm
How much: lunch $78++ per adult (Fridays); lunch $88++ per adult (Saturdays); $98++ per adult (Sunday buffet); Children aged 6 to 11 dine at 50% of adult’s price; children below 6 dine free with every paying adult. Brunch menu here.

The Line, Shangri-La Singapore, 22 Orange Grove Road, Singapore 258350


Four Seasons Hotel Singapore: Sunday brunch

brunch singapore - One Ninety Four Seasons Hotel Singapore
Image: Four Seasons Hotel Singapore

One Ninety’s semi-buffet Sunday brunch in Orchard includes 12 entrées – three come at an additional price – that cover proteins, pastas and Singaporean dishes like Hokkien mee with pork, prawns and scallops. The cuisine is a mix of Italian and Asian cuisines alongside classic brunch foods like French Toast and slow-cooked organic eggs.
Weekend brunch timing: Sundays, 12pm – 2:30pm
How much:
$108 (with a Welcome Drink, Soup of the Day, Chef’s Daily Live Station and choice of Entrée). Brunch menu here.

One-Ninety Restaurant, Four Seasons Hotel, 190 Orchard Boulevard, Singapore 248646


Sunday Brunch at Waterfall Ristorante Italiano

Sunday Brunch at Waterfall Ristorante Italiano
Image: Shangri-La Singapore

Take the family over to Waterfall Ristorante Italiano at the Shangri-La Singapore hotel for an authentic (and rather affordable) Italian Sunday Feast! There’s a tantalising spread of antipasti including a cheese and charcuterie section with highlights being the Parma ham and Melon, Salami, burrata, bruschetta, and warm antipasti – don’t miss the fried calamari and cod – so crispy! Tuck into pasta cooked at live stations (kids will love watching the Chefs at work), but save room for pizzas and the Secondi which includes Rotisserie Chicken, Roasted Angus Beef Striploin, Grilled Octopus and the Famous Porchetta – savour the crispy crackling as you chew into the rosemary-flecked juicy pork meat! And then we come to desserts – from Cannoli to Tiramisu, Panna Cotta to Profiteroles, Ice Cream and Sorbet, this truly is an Italian Sunday brunch to remember! Buon appetito!
Weekend brunch timing: Sundays 12pm – 2:30pm
How much: $78 per adult, 6 to 11-year-olds are half price. Guests can add $20++ for free flow soft drinks, juice, coffee and tea; $68++ for free flow Prosecco Ruggeri, Fantini Chardonnay and Fantini Montepulciano D’Abruzzo. Book here.

Waterfall Ristorante Italiano, Shangri-La Singapore, 22 Orange Grove Rd, Singapore 258350


Basilico: Italian weekend brunch

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Image: Conrad Singapore Orchard

This legendary Italian brunch in Orchard serves up some of the tastiest meats, cheeses, different types of bread, and of course, pizza, pasta and desserts. Treat yourself to delish antipasti, Pan-seared Foie Gras with Amarone Wine Reduction, Spicy Devilled Chicken, Wagyu Beef Lasagna and more than 40 artisanal Italian aged Cheeses with truffle honey, nuts and dried fruit. Bonus points for a beautiful setting, and options for private rooms. Plus kids under 5 eat for free!
Weekend brunch timing: Saturday & Sunday, 12pm – 3pm
How much:
$128++ per adult (with free-flow soft drinks); $168++ per adult (brunch buffet including Prosecco, wines, and draft beer); $64++ per child. Brunch menu here.

Basilico, Conrad Singapore Orchard, Level 2, 1 Cuscaden Road, Singapore 249715


SKAI: Saturday brunch with views

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SKAI – the spot with coveted views of the city from the 70th floor of the iconic Swissôtel The Stamford – has a Saturday brunch in Singapore that pairs Chef Paul Hallett’s hot and cold dishes with bespoke cocktails, craft wines and Champagne, plus seafood on ice and charcuterie boards.
Weekend brunch timing: Saturdays, 12pm – 3pm.
How much: $178++ (with unlimited Laurent-Perrier Brut NV); $198++ (with unlimited Moet & Chandon Rosé NV). Brunch menu here.

SKAI, 2 Stamford Road, Level 70, Singapore 178882


Manhattan Bar: Adults-only cocktail Sunday brunch

Fancy an adults-only, cocktail brunch in Orchard? Manhattan bar has you covered. Get a boozy milkshake at the Milkshake station (choose from a range of dark rum or maple-finished bourbons, plus bars of candy and fruits to garnish); pick out gourmet hot plates filled with crepes Suzette, slow roasted lamb, vast ocean spray of freshly shucked American oysters and Maine lobsters, and hand-rolled bagels with house-made cream cheese schmears; and then wash it all down with unlimited craft cocktails, beers, wines and custom-concocted bloody marys and G&Ts.
Weekend brunch timing: Sundays, 12pm – 3pm
How much: $198++ per person with free flow cocktails or $238++ with free flow Champagne. Brunch menu here.

Manhattan, Regent Singapore, 1 Cuscaden Road, Level 2, Singapore 249715


The Fullerton Hotel Singapore: Sunday brunch

Few restaurants in Singapore can rival the elegant grandeur of The Fullerton and its lovely riverside setting, not to mention its totally delicious weekend brunch in Singapore, which includes everything from international cheeses, seafood on ice, Asian dishes, decadent desserts, Western grilled classics, wood-fired pizzas and much more.
Weekend brunch timing: Sundays, 12pm – 3pm.
How much: $130 per adult & $65 per child aged 6 to 11 (with free-flow chilled juices and soft drinks); $188 per adult (with free-flowing champagne, house wine, Tiger, and certain cocktails). Brunch menu here.

Town, The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, 1 Fullerton Square, Singapore 049178


Restaurants & Cafes for Best Brunch in Singapore

Baker & Cook: Casual brunch with playground

a treehouse slide and ship are great for imaginative play on the new dempsey playground at baker & cook
Image: Baker & Cook

We’re partial to Baker & Cook’s Dempsey location simply because there’s a cute outdoor playground there, but all of the bakery-slash-cafe’s locations serve a mean brunch in Singapore. In addition to the usual brunch plates such as pancakes, French toast, scrambled eggs, Eggs Benedict and granola bowls across all its outlets, Baker & Cook’s Dempsey also dishes out mains such as the Impossible burger, avocado on toast and bangers and mash. The Dempsey outlet also has picks for littlies that will please – these include Nutella sandwiches, chicken tenders, mini cheeseburgers and fries.
Brunch timing: Daily, 8am – 3pm
How much: From $3.70. Brunch menu.

Baker & Cook, multiple locations in Singapore


Back to Eden: Healthy cafe brunch

brunch at vegetarian cafe

Looking for a new cafe for brunch? Back to Eden (formerly Curious Palette) is an all-day dining plant-based restaurant on Prinsep Street. The brunch food at this light-filled cafe is so good you won’t even notice you’re not eating meat. Brekkie dishes range from Waffles with fruit to Acai bowls and Crispy Potato Rosti ($18.90) with creamed spinach and slow-roasted tomato to Confit Vine-ripened Cherry Tomatoes on Toast ($19.90). Don’t miss the Oyster Mushroom Berempah ($11.90) a very moreish sharing nibble of deep-fired spice-covered oyster mushrooms that you dip in lime mayo dip. Delish!
Brunch timing: Daily from 9am-5pm
How much: From $18.

Back to Eden, 64 Prinsep St, Singapore 188667


bread yard: Eggs and pastries for brunch

brunch singapore - Breadyard
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Swing by this bakery cafe for a daily brunch fix plus an array of bread and baked goodies such as sourdough loaves, brioche buns, croissants, bagels, baguettes and cruffins. Most of the brunch foods here swing on the healthier side; you’ll find salmon bowls, kale and avocado salad, Reuben sandwiches and vegetarian brunch plates like the vegan bowl, avocado toast and cauliflower steak sandwich. There are indulgent lattes, iced drinks and hot teas from as low as $3 too!
Brunch timings: Weekdays & Saturdays, from 8am. Closed on Sundays.
How much: From $6. Brunch menu here.

breadyard, 1 Fusionopolis Place, Galaxis, #01-23/24, Singapore 138522


Cafe Melba: Pet & Kid-friendly brunch place

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This pet-friendly cafe is usually a hit on most kid-friendly restaurant lists, what with its awesome Kids Club and kids eat free deals. And while the food’s sometimes a hit-and-miss, it’s a popular spot for brunch in Singapore because parents can actually eat in peace while the kids go nuts with awesome activities from the Kids Club (and sometimes a bouncy castle!). You’ve also got tons of brunch options to choose from, including pancakes, French toast, and a variety of egg dishes, along with sandwiches, pastas, pizzas, and much more.
Brunch timing: Daily from 8:30am
How much: From $12. The brunch menu here.

Cafe Melba, Mediapolis and East Coast locations in Singapore


Tiong Bahru Bakery: Great coffee & pastries for light brunch

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It’s a well-known fact that we here at Sassy Mama are huge fans of Tiong Bahru Bakery – in particular, its legendary croissants and Kouign Amann. The croissants are light, flaky and buttery. The Raffles City and Funan locations feature a particularly inventive mash-up of sweet and savoury brunch with its ‘Diner’ concept (sourdough waffles, yum!). You can also find TBB’s pastries and delicious coffee bright and early on weekends in Chip Bee Gardens and Dempsey.
Brunch timing: Daily from 7:30am
How much: Brunch menu here.

Tiong Bahru Bakery, multiple locations in Singapore including JEM, Raffles City, Funan, Tiong Bahru


Angelina: Parisian cafe brunch

Brunch at Angelina, the iconic Parisian tearoom and patisserie,
Image: Angelina

Angelina, the iconic Parisian tearoom and patisserie, is one of the best brunch spots to head to at MBS. There’s a range of hot dishes like Truffle Scrambled Egg, Croque-Monsieur, the new Club Sandwich or lighter options like the sweet Raisin Bread Roll or croissant. If you’re looking for more substantial mains tuck into Grilled Seafood Aglio Olio elevated with a refreshing lemon cream foam, Tradition French Duck Confit roasted in the oven for 5 hours. Angelina’s sweet treats like the Financier, Rocher Praline and signature Mont Blanc are imported directly from France so you may taste them exactly as they are made and served in Paris!
Brunch timing: Daily from 11am-2:30pm
How much: The brunch menu is here.

Angelina, 2 Bayfront Avenue, #B2 – 89 89A, Singapore 018972


The Coastal Settlement: Brunch with kids’ menu

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If you’re looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of life in Singapore, head to The Coastal Settlement for weekend brunch in Singapore. Dig into sharing sides (TCS Wagyu Cubes, fries, Har Jeong Kai wings!) or try their mains (Pulled Pork Benedict, Wagyu Beef Hor Fun, Fish and Chips, burgers and more). Lending a rustic charm to this cavernous restaurant is the old-world memorabilia, the background melodies and the low-hanging chandeliers. Kids have their own brunch foods to choose from, such as sausage and spaghetti, burgers and more.
Weekend brunch timings: Saturday & Sunday, 10:30am – 3pm
How much: From $15. The brunch menu here.

The Coastal Settlement, 200 Netheravon Road, Singapore 508529


Coastes: Beachside brunch

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Coastes offers weekend brunch in Singapore with the likes of pancakes, French toast, eggs and waffles alongside freshly made pizzas and hearty sandwiches – there’s also a kids’ menu on weekends! Of course, the biggest selling point here is the beachside Sentosa location. Sip on a latte and feel the sand between your toes while you watch the kiddos splash in the calm, shallow water. Even dogs are welcome at this awesome open-air brunch spot.
Weekend brunch timings: Saturday & Sunday, 9am – 3pm
How much: From $10. Brunch menu here.

Coastes, 50 Siloso Beach Walk, Singapore 099000


Common Man Coffee Roasters: All-day brunch cafe

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There’s a fab selection of all-day breakfast options, including healthy brunch bites like house-made granola, kale & egg white scramble, a super yummy Turkish breakfast with crispy feta and hummus, along with faves like Brioche French Toast. Prices are a little steep, but this is one brunch in Singapore where we’d claim it’s worth every penny. They don’t take reservations, however, so expect a bit of wait time.
Brunch timing: Daily from 7:30am
How much: From $18. Breakfast/brunch menu here.

Common Man Coffee Roasters, multiple locations in Singapore


Wild Honey: Best brunch for all-day dining

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Looking to have brunch in Orchard? Wild Honey has two Orchard brunch spots and they the masters of the all-day breakfast. Start the day with breakfast martinis and cocktails, or sip on coffee from Common Man Coffee Roasters and tea from TWG Tea; then savour all-day breakfast dishes with seafood, meat, eggs and even vegetarian options as you have brunch in Orchard! Both of Wild Honey’s Orchard locations tend to get mobbed on the weekends, though, so do yourself a favour and book ahead.
Brunch timing: Daily from 9am
How much: Brunch menus here.

Wild Honey, Mandarin Gallery, Orchard and Scotts Square Singapore


Como Cuisine: Brunch in Dempsey

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Free-flow weekend brunch in Singapore? Count us in! Savour Scotch eggs, yellow fin tuna tataki bowls, lobster rolls, buttermilk fried chicken and loads of sweet treats alongside healthier drinks such as wellness juices, tea and herbal tisanes, coffees and more. Portions are modest. Try a table outdoors if your kids are very fidgety so you can enjoy that coffee!
Weekend brunch timing: Saturday & Sundays, 8am – 4pm
How much: From $14. Add on $48 for 90-minute free-flow tipples and an additional $30 for free-flow Champagne. Brunch menu here.

Como Cuisine, Block 18A Dempsey Road, Singapore 249677, Tel: 1800 394 6688


Da Paolo Dempsey: Casual cafe brunch

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Da Paolo offers brunch near you thanks to their multiple outlets all over Singapore. The daily brunch menu of Avocado Toast, Eggs Benedict, and Pork Sausage Scotch Egg alongside Italian specialities like Linguine al Pesto e Burrata, Naples-style wood-fired pizzas always goes down well. Da Paolo Dempsey also does a boozy Campari Peroni and Ferrari brunches, which feature a free-flow selection of tipples.
Brunch timings: 8am – 1:30pm on weekdays; 8am – 2pm on weekends; 11:30am – 5pm (free-flow Campari Peroni and Ferrari brunches)
How much: A la carte menu prices apply for brunch foods; Brunch menus here.

Da Paolo Dempsey8 Dempsey Road, #01-13, plus multiple Da Paolo cafes islandwide offer brunch


CE LA VI: Brunch with a view

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Come for the views, stay for the delicious brunch food! CE LA VI’s weekend brunch in Singapore includes premium seafood on ice, sharing plates such as the 48-hours slow-cooked Short Rib Bossam, sushi platters and an array of desserts that don’t disappoint. Pair your brunch with Veuve Cliquot or Billecart-Salmon Brut Reserve Champagne, wines, cocktails and fruit juices. One of the best brunches in Singapore for out-of-town guests thanks to those gorgeous views!
Weekend brunch timings: Saturday & Sunday, 12pm – 3pm
How much: from $128++; Brunch menu here.

CE LA VI, Level 57, Marina Bay Sands SkyPark, Hotel Tower 3, 1 Bayfront Avenue, 018971


The Dempsey Project: Brunch in Dempsey

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Who says you can’t enjoy an indulgent brunch in Singapore and still be healthy? The Dempsey Project takes vegan and vegetarian brunch seriously, and its day menu has more than one vegan/vegetarian brunch plate that’s not a salad. We’re nuts for their Gluten-Free Banana Oat Pancakes, Truffle Mushroom Omelette and the Smashed Avocado on Sweet Potato. Meat lovers don’t have to worry, as there’s still plenty on the menu for you such as Bacon & Egg Wraps and The Big Dempsey Breakfast, which has English pork sausages, sourdough toast, vine tomatoes and mushrooms.
Brunch timings: 8am – noon on weekdays & until 3pm on weekends
How much: From $16. The brunch menu here.

The Dempsey Project, 9 Dempsey Road, Singapore 247697


Fat Prince: Middle Eastern brunch in Singapore

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Love kebabs? Hit up Fat Prince for a Middle Eastern brunch in Singapore to remember! Opt for the weekend brunch set menu ($55), which includes an array of dips mezze and salads, mains (we’ve got a spot soft the Pit Roasted Beef Cheek Sandwich) and sweets galore. Alternatively, the a la carte brunch menu also has plenty to please, including the Bodrum Breakfast (halloumi, house-smoked bacon, mushrooms, scrambled eggs, fattoush and sourdough), Shakshuka, challah french toast and more. Want a glass or two to kickstart the weekend with a solid buzz? Opt for the two-hour, free-flow weekend brunch.
Weekend brunch timing: Saturday & Sunday, 11:30am – 3pm
How much: $55 (brunch set); $69 (free-flow brunch); From $12 (a la carte brunch menu) – brunch menu here.

Fat Prince48 Peck Seah Street, Singapore 079317


The Halia: Halal brunch in Singapore

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This lovely restaurant is conveniently situated just across from the amazing National Orchid Garden and adjacent to the lovely ginger garden in the Botanics. In fact, halia is the Malay word for ginger, and it’s a prominent ingredient across the halal brunch menu on weekends, which runs the gamut from classics like Smoked Salmon, Grilled Pancakes, pastry baskets, raspberry yoghurt pots and more. The patient staff will happily bring kiddos crayons and child-friendly utensils, and of course, they can always hop right outside to get the wiggles out. And thumbs up for the kids’ menu too, where each main comes with a serving of milk or Ribena.
Weekend brunch timing: Saturday & Sunday, 10am – 4pm
How much: From $8. Add an extra $8 to get free-flow, freshly-brewed coffee or black tea from 10am to noon. Halal brunch menu here.

The Halia, 1 Cluny Road, Ginger Garden (enter via Tyersall Avenue), Singapore Botanic Gardens


LAVO: Best brunch with a view

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LAVO’s brunch doesn’t just dish out stunning sky-high views of the city skyline, you’ll also get to tuck into pizzas and mains such as the Eggplant Parmigiana and Roasted Barramundi, as well as delectable desserts. This free-flow Sunday Champagne brunch in Singapore also includes a Raw Bar, with shrimp cocktails, truffle crab salad, chilled lobster and more, a selection of salumi and formaggi – think Calabrese salami, Grana Padano, Soppresata – and free-flow Champagne and rosé. LAVO also runs a themed party brunch every now and then with feel-good party tunes to go with delicious brunch food.
Brunch timing: Sundays, 12pm – 3pm
How much: $98++  (a la carte brunch buffet; free flow brunches from $168++  (free-flow Veuve Clicquot Champagne & brunch buffet menu); Sunday Champagne brunch menu.

LAVO Singapore, 10 Bayfront Ave, Tower 1, Level 57, Singapore 018956


Little Farms Table: Brunch served till 2pm!

Diners at Little Farms Table can enjoy brunch food at Tanglin Mall that’s wholesome yet indulgent (and happily you can order brunch here until 2pm!). Expect dishes crafted from scratch using ingredients from Little Farms and Starter Lab, served with some of the best coffee (Allpress Espresso) and tea. It’s all cool air-con indoor seating – perfect for a hot humid day. Tuck into delish pastries, the famous Smashed Avocado on Sourdough, and Acai bowls or try the Aussie Breakfast with eggs, beans mushroom, heirloom tomatoes, sausage and bacon (they do a Keto Breakfast too)!
Brunch timing: 7:30am till evening
How much: From $17++. Brunch menu here.

Little Farms Table, 163 Tanglin Road, #02-138, Singapore 247933


Maison De PB by Paris Baguette: Affordable brunch

A French-inspired bakery, Paris Baguette is a popular casual spot for brunch in Singapore. Expect classic affordable brunch foods here: Smoked salmon Eggs Benedict, truffle fries, multigrain sandwiches, French toast and much more. Paris Baguette also hits the spot with its satisfying cakes and pastries, and a selection of teas and coffees. There’s a nifty delivery service, too, in case you want to have brunch at home. While we love their Mason de PB outlet, Paris Baguette also has multiple outlets around the island, so it’s easy to find one closest to you!
Brunch timing: Daily from 10am
How much: Click here for more info.

Maison De PB by Paris Baguette, 78 Airport Boulevard, Jewel Changi Airport, #02-200 Singapore 819666

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Food for Thought: Best brunch after a museum trip

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The affordable brunch menu – there’s a brunch menu just for kids too! –  includes faves like Cinnamon French Toast, Fried Chicken Wings plus other delectable brunch must-haves. Make a day of it by exploring the National Museum afterwards or before!
Brunch timing: Daily from 10am
How much: From $7. Brunch menu.

Food for Thought, 93 Stamford Road, #01-04/05, National Museum of Singapore, Singapore 178897


Merci Marcel: Chic brunch cafes islandwide

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Merci Marcel is that neighbourhood French café-restaurant that you wish would set up shop in your hood (and luckily they’ve expanded to the East now so you can defo find a great brunch near you!). The interiors are gorgeous, and the brunch food is largely French – charcuterie boards, lots of cheese, and a multitude of egg dishes and French Toast (of course!).
Brunch timing: Daily from 8am
How much: From $12. Brunch menus here.

Merci Marcel, multiple locations in Singapore including Orchard, East, Tiong Bahru, Telok Ayer and Club Street


Carrotsticks and Cravings: Healthy brunch, eggs and coffee

A haven for healthy food lovers and Insta devotees, Carrotsticks & Cravings offers all-day brunch in Singapore with plenty of vegan and vegetarian brunch options. The brunch menu here is extensive – think acai bowls, Dukkah salmon and more! You can have a choice of almond, oat, soy or coconut milk to go with your coffee, plus there are lots of gluten-free and dairy-free dishes and a cute kids’ menu too. However, they don’t accept reservations, so you may have to queue for a table.
Brunch timing: Daily from 7:30am
How much:
From $10. Brunch menu here.

Carrotsticks & Cravings, Rob Quay and Stanley Street (the former is better for brunch with kids).


Boomarang: Best casual brunch in Rob Quay

Early risers love this all-day, Robertson Quay breakfast and brunch spot, which has ample space along the river for kiddos to ride their scooters and burn off that post-breakfast energy. The breakfast/brunch menu has all the best brunch foods we love – toast with preserves, smoked salmon brioche, open-face sammies and the like – which will all be eagerly gulped down with freshly squeezed juices or breakfast cocktails if you’re in the mood for day drinking. Smallies have their own brunch menu filled with kid-friendly brunch bites like ham and cheddar toastie fingers, buttermilk pancakes and French toast with a babycino to boot. Mamas, you’ll want to keep it to yourself that Boomarang often screens major sporting events, as you’ll want Dad to be on duty and chasing after the kids!
Brunch timing: Daily from 6am
How much: From $8. Breakfast/brunch menu here.

Boomarang, 60 Robertson Quay, #01-15 The Quayside, Singapore 238252


Open Farm Community: Weekend Dempsey brunch

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Open Farm Community is a joy to mamas’ hearts – this huge, airy, light-filled Dempsey restaurant has a farm-to-table eating philosophy, a fabulously healthy menu and a great outdoor play space where kiddos can wear themselves out while they wait for their food to arrive. Its weekend brunch in Singapore is both delicious and healthy, and you’ll find brunch food like the Kale & Pumpkin Bowl, Soft Shell Crab Sammy, Red Dot Baked Eggs and more. Enjoy the a la carte brunch meals or opt to top up for free-flow sparkling rosé or beer for an hour.
Weekend brunch timing: Saturdays & Sundays, 11am – 3:30pm
How much: From $10 (a la carte brunch menu); Add on $55 per hour for free-flow sparkling rosé or beer. Brunch menu here.

Open Farm Community, 130E Minden Road, Singapore 248819


Paulaner Bräuhaus: All-you-can-eat weekend brunch

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Paulaner Bräuhaus, Singapore’s first authentic German microbrewery, has a large polished bronze boiler where the beer-making process begins, taking centre stage. On Saturdays and Sundays, you can enjoy their all-you-can-eat brunch in Singapore. Come hungry, and note that kids under the age of six eat for free!
Weekend brunch timing: Saturday & Sunday, 11:30am – 2:30pm
How much: from $48 per pax. Top up $20 for free-flow beer and wine. Brunch menu.

Paulaner Bräuhaus, 9 Raffles Boulevard, #01-01 Millenia Walk, 039596 Singapore


PS.Cafe at Harding Road: Brunch in Dempsey

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PS.Café serves up an extensive brunch menu at all their Singapore locations, but for our money, the loveliest for brunch is the Harding Road outlet in the heart of Dempsey Hill. Dining on the outdoor deck overlooking the huge lawn area is the nicest part about eating here, as well as the dessert (the handmade cakes are their speciality — you’ve been warned!). Be prepared to get there early (no reservations are taken for weekend brunch) and take your time; service staff can be slow, and with no highchairs (booster seats only), it’s best for older kids! We love the sprawling, shady lawn for little kids to run around on, though.
Brunch timing: Daily from 8am
How much: From $17. Brunch menu here.

PS.Café at Harding Road, 28B Harding Road, Singapore 249549


RedDot Brewhouse: Pet and kid-friendly brunch place

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Come for brunch, stay for the lush greenery and relaxing setting at this family-owned brewery cum restaurant in an old British Army Barrack in Dempsey. RedDot Brewhouse’s weekend Garden Brunch menu serves up pleasing plates like Prosciutto Ham on Toast and a Breakfast platter with bacon, spicy Italian sausage, Eryngi mushrooms and more. There’s also a fun kids’ menu with cheeky names such as I Don’t Care (chicken nuggets and fries) and I Don’t Know (spaghetti with minced meat). On certain Sundays, kids can take part in face- or hand-painting or request an animal-shaped balloon. Did we mention that furkids are welcome too?
Weekend brunch timings: Saturday & Sunday, from 11:30am
How much: Brunch menu here.

RedDot Brewhouse, 25A Dempsey Road, #01-01, Singapore 247691


SIRI HOUSE: Alfresco brunch

Expect a leisurely weekend brunch in Singapore at this Dempsey hideout, where you’ll find a la carte plates to share. Brunch food here is posh nosh like Boston lobster, steak and eggs, unagi risotto, a delish Katsu burger and much more. What’s even better? We love their dessert options – our fave is the Sicilian pistachio ice cream – and sophisticated cocktails made with handcrafted infusions, freshly squeezed juices and spice mixes. It can get hot sitting alfresco but the sweeping jungle views make it worthwhile!
Weekend brunch timings: Saturday & Sunday, 11:30am – 3:30pm
How much: Average $29 per dish. Brunch menu here.

SIRI HOUSE, 8D Dempsey Road, #01-02 Dempsey Hill, Singapore 249672


Super Loco: Best brunch in Rob Quay

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There’s so much to love about this colourful Robertson Quay brunch spot: The kids can scoot along the river, and dogs are welcome. The coffee, juices and smoothies are fab (as are the margaritas, of course), and you’ve got unique brunch dishes you’re unlikely to find anywhere else in Singapore (done properly, at least!), such as Huevos Rancheros and DIY Tacos.
Weekend brunch timing: Saturday & Sunday, from 10am
How much: From $8. Brunch menu here.

Super Loco, The Quayside, 60 Robertson Quay #01-13, Singapore 238252


Tanjong Beach Club: Best brunch beachside

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Enjoy brunch in Singapore on the beach at this super cool bar-meets-beach-club. Brunch is all day every day so life really is a beach! While the adults order up, the kids can build sandcastles, and everyone can refresh with a swim in the infinity pool. Call ahead and book a cabana if you plan to make a leisurely day of it. Saturdays tend to be better for families too, as Sundays are popular amongst the young and trendy.
Brunch timings: Daily from 10am on weekdays & 9am on weekends
How much: From $16. Brunch menu here.

Tanjong Beach Club, 120 Tanjong Beach Walk, Sentosa Island, Singapore 098942


Whisk & Paddle: Best brunch in Punggol

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If you fancy weekend brunch in Singapore with a difference, pack up the kids, their scooters and bikes and head to Whisk & Paddle out in Punggol. The café is perched on the reservoir, which has a beautifully scenic cycling path. Fuel up at Whisk & Paddle’s outdoor seating, where you can admire the view while your little ones play in the genius kiddie floor area. On the weekend brunch menu, you’ll find waffles, eggs Benedict and croissants – plus a selection of pastas, burgers, fish dishes and pizzas.
Weekend brunch timing: Saturday & Sunday, 9:30am – 3pm
How much: Brunch menu here.

Whisk & Paddle, 10 Tebing Lane, #01-01, Singapore 828836


Wildseed Café: Best brunch in Seletar

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Wildseed is fab for brunch in Singapore. The Wildseed Seletar cafe has got all the classic brunch food you want with a breezy outdoor area that’s decked out with plants and florals. The Alkaff Mansion brunch cafe has plenty of flora and welcomes pets. There’s also a hearty selection of freshly baked cakes and luscious pastries to complement your escape from the bustling city.
Brunch timing: Daily from 8am
How much: Brunch menus here.

Wildseed Café, multiple locations in Singapore


Spruce: Best brunch in the West

Spruce is a super-popular weekend brunch spot with families in the West (their Tanglin brunch place is no longer in operation). Weekend brunch is served here from 9am to 4pm on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays only. Sit back and enjoy a cup of coffee with your Spruce Eggs Benedict, Banana Hotcakes or Fruity French Toast.
Brunch timing: 9am to 4pm on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays only.
How much: From $14. Brunch menu here.

Spruce, 4 Hillview Rise #01-01 HillV2, Singapore 667979


Yardbird Southern Table & Bar: American brunch at MBS

Renowned for their fried chicken and waffles and classic Southern sides like Mac & Cheese and Buttermilk biscuits, Yardbird’s Great American Brunch serves up finger-lickin’ good weekend brunch in Singapore with heaping pancakes, French toast, all manner of eggs, and even a doughnut tree.
Weekend brunch timing: Saturday & Sunday, from 10am
How much: $25 (Early Bird brunch set, which includes 1 dish from the menu’s Light & Easy section, 1 juicy, coffee and tea); $36 (Sunny Morning set, which includes 1 entree, 1 juice, coffee and tea). A la carte brunch options are also available. Brunch menu here.

Yardbird Southern Table and Bar, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, L1-82 |B1-07, 2 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018972


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