If you’re in the mood for brunch in Singapore look no further. We’ve rounded up dozens of our favorite brunch spots all over the island, from decadent buffets to child- and pet-friendly spots that open early.
One of many things we love about living in balmy Singapore is that it’s always a good time for brunch. Our foodie island offers brunch in so many forms, from all-day pancakes at cute cafes, to decadent free-flow champers at our glitzy hotels. We have rounded up dozens of the best brunch spots in Singapore, including the handy key below to help you find your preferred features.
It is important to note that in the time of COVID many buffet restaurants have had to restructure their presentation. So always call ahead to confirm the experience is what you’re expecting (dedicated children’s activities may also be on hold).
Happy eating, mamas!
– Kids (at least up to age 5) eat free!
– Playground/Kids’ Room/Space to Run Around
Ash & Elm at the InterContinental Singapore
Ash & Elm at the InterContinental Singapore has been awarded the Michelin Plate Award for two consecutive years in 2018 and 2019. Their free-flow Taittinger Brut Champagne weekend brunch (Saturday and Sunday!) runs from 12:30 to 3pm, and features a range of classic and signature delights. Start off your leisurely brunch with appetisers such as a selection of premium cold cuts, cheeses and fresh bakes, before moving on to elevated offerings such as Kaluga Queen caviar and fresh sustainably-sourced seafood, including oysters, scallops, king crab and lobster. Signatures from the Charcoal Grill Kitchen (one of Ash & Elm’s three culinary theatres) are served on a sharing platter that’s perfect for grazing. Look forward to a spread of Spanish Duroc Pork Rack and Beer-braised Beef Short Ribs, alongside brunch favourites such as the Truffle Poached Eggs (yum!) and Virginia Ham and Grated Cheese Toast. Then finish your weekend meal off with an array of desserts like the Mini Apple Tatin, Red Velvet Cake, Macarons and Pralines! The dining experience is made indulgent with unlimited Taittinger Brut Champagne at $148++. Minimum of two guests to dine.
Ash & Elm, Level 1, InterContinental Singapore, 80 Middle Road, Singapore 188966, Reservations email: [email protected], Tel: (+65) 6825 1008, www.intercontinental.com/singapore
Basilico at Regent Singapore
This legendary gourmet Italian buffet serves up some of the yummiest meats, cheeses, breads, and of course pastas we’ve seen in Singapore. It’s also notable for offering a Saturday brunch buffet (it’s also offered on Sundays), with a menu that’s obviously pretty kid-friendly (because what child doesn’t love pasta?!). Bonus points for a beautiful setting, and options for private rooms, and kids under 5 getting to eat FREE!
NB: During Phase 2 the buffet is unavailable; click here for the weekend brunch set menu (available Saturday and Sundays, 12pm to 3pm).
How much: $83 including free-flow soft drinks, juices, and mineral water; $127 including Prosecco, Red and White Wines, and Draft Beer; $153 including free-flow Duval-Leroy Brut Reserve Champagne; $183 including the above plus Prestige selection of Champagne, Red and White Wines. $41.50 for children ages 5 to 12; children under 5 dine free.
Basilico, Regent Hotel Singapore, Level 2, 1 Cuscaden Road, Singapore 249715, Tel: (+65) 6733 8888, www.regenthotels.com/regent-singapore/dining/basilico
Manhattan at Regent Singapore
Looking for the ultimate adult brunch? Leave the kiddos at home and enjoy an adults-only Sunday Cocktail Brunch at Manhattan. Consistently ranked among the top of The Asia’s 50 Best Bars List, it’s the perfect spot to enjoy a boozy brunch in a setting that transports you back to the Gatsby era and the 19th century’s Golden Age of cocktails. You can look forward to roving Gin & Tonic, Bloody Mary and Garibaldi trolleys, along with free-flow craft cocktails, boozy milkshakes, beers and wine. On the food menu: Seafood, bagels, and schmears, waffles, cold cut meats, and a variety of other gourmet hot plates delivered to your table.
Available Sundays, 12pm to 3pm, for ages 18 and up.
How much: $163++ per person inc free-flow craft cocktails, beers and wines / $199++ per person including the above plus Bollinger Special Cuvee Champagne.
Manhattan Bar, Regent Hotel Singapore, Level 2, 1 Cuscaden Road, Singapore 249715, Tel: (+65) 6725 3377, www.regenthotels.com/regent-
Brasserie Les Saveurs at St. Regis Singapore
This ultra-swanky option at the St. Regis is perfect if you’re in the mood to really celebrate, and we love that they have a Family Set that’s priced for 2 adults and 2 children. The decadent Sunday brunch (NOT a buffet, mind you) includes a gorgeous array of French wines, a cheese platter, sushi, charcuterie, and fancy dishes like lobster and beef tenderloin. There’s a dedicated kids’ menu, too!
Available Sundays, 12pm to 2:30pm.
How much: $208++ for two adults / $378++ for two adults inc 750ml of ‘R’ de Ruinart Brut NV / $278++ per Family Set (two adults + two children) / $448++ per Family Set inc Champagne.
Brasserie Les Saveurs, St. Regis Singapore, Lobby Level, 29 Tanglin Road, Singapore 247911, Tel: (+65) 6506 6860, www.brasserielessaveurs.com/dining
The Cliff at Sofitel Singapore Sentosa
This beautiful resort’s “Magnifique” Sunday brunch menu offers a smorgasbord of steamed lobster, freshly shucked oysters, succulent meat selections and delectable tarts. And naturally there’s a free-flow Champagne option, too.
Available Sundays from 12pm to 3pm.
How much: $97++ per Adult (no alcohol) / $134++ (inc free-flow Prosecco) / $166++ (inc free-flow Champagne); $35++ per child (aged 10 and under).
The Cliff, Sofitel Singapore Resort and Spa, 2 Bukit Manis Road, Sentosa, Singapore 099891, Tel: (+65) 6708 8366, www.sofitel-singapore-sentosa.com
Colony Buffet at Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore
Formerly the much-loved Vintage Champagne Brunch at Greenhouse, the decadent Colony buffet brunch is just as lovely, with unlimited servings of grilled meats, fresh seafood, dim sum, Tandoor, patisserie, and much much more now served directly to your table. At the Ice Bar (pictured above), you’ll find oysters, sushi, sashimi and other freshly caught seafood, and of course the Champagne still flows freely (alongside craft beers, wines, and cocktails).
Available Sundays, 12pm to 3pm.
How much: $178++ per adult including unlimited pours of Champagne Barons de Rothschild Reserve Ritz Brut NV, house pour red/white wines, cocktails, selected Colony craft beers, soft drinks and fruit juices. $89++ per child (ages 6-12), $45++ per child (ages 3-5), inclusive of free-flow soft drinks and fruit juice.
Colony Restaurant, Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore, 7 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039799, www.ritzcarlton.com/en/hotels/singapore
Edge at Pan Pacific
Edge has one of the best brunch buffets in Singapore, but sadly it’s on hold during Phase 2. However they have just announced that they’ll be introducing a new “a la carte lunch buffet” on weekends, from 28 August. Enjoy unlimited quantities of over 50 international delicacies, including seafood on ice, sashimi platters, homemade pastas, Indian delights, and a visual spectacle of desserts, all delivered right to your table. You can also check out the Ultimate Weekend Dim Sum Buffet Brunch at Hai Tien Lo.
Weekend lunch is served Friday to Sunday, from 12pm to 2:30pm.
How much: $62++ per adult, $31++ per child.
The Edge, Pan Pacific Singapore, 7 Raffles Blvd, Singapore 039595, Tel: (+65) 6826 8240, www.edgefoodtheatre.com
Sadly the “Ultimate Sunday Brunch” at Opus Restaurant is no longer on offer but if you happen to love steak, daily from 12pm you can get unlimited servings of foie gras fat & black truffle purée fries with any order of Opus premium sharing steak fro two, plus two hours of free-flow house red and white wine for just $15 per person (Sunday to Thursday).
Hilton Singapore, 581 Orchard Road, Singapore 238883, Tel: (+65) 6730 3390, www.singapore.hilton.com/restaurants
Kitchen Table at W Hotel Singapore Sentosa Cove
A fave amongst families on staycation or who want to make a day of it and chill by the pool, the new “Sunday Sharing Feast” brunch features yummy starters like Iberico Jamón, Grilled Hamachi, Scallops Carapacio and much more along with popular and hearty mains like Black Angus Rib Eye, Bone Marrow, Clams, Shellfish & Basil, and all manner of delicious desserts. Kids under 6 eat free, too!
Available Sundays, 12:30 to 3pm.
How much: $110++ per adult (free-flow soda, coffee and tea) / $130++ (free-flow cocktails) / $150++ (free-flow Champagne); Kids ages 6 to 11: $55++ / children under 6 dine free.
Kitchen Table, W Hotel Singapore Sentosa Cove, 21 Ocean Way, Singapore 098374, Tel: (+65) 6808 7268, www.wsingaporesentosacove.com
La Brasserie at The Fullerton Bay Hotel
The decadent “Le Brunch by the Bay” offers up unlimited servings of food freshly prepared and then served to your table, including eggs, charcuterie, fresh seafood, soups, local favourites, hearty mains, and a variety of desserts. Be sure to keep an eye out for the signature Bloody Marys (four in all!), and did we mention that kids under 6 eat free? Of course you can also go the free-flow Champagne route, if you prefer. Another perk: Le Brunch by the Bay is offered on both Saturdays and Sundays!
Available Saturday and Sundays, 12pm to 3pm (last pour at 2:45pm).
How much: Free-flow chilled juices and soft drinks: $118++ per adult / $59++ per child (age 6-11); Free-Flow alcohol-free wines and beers, and signature Bloody Marys: $128++; Free-flow house pour red and white wines, and signature Bloody Marys: $148++; Free-flow Veuve Clicquot NV plus wines and Bloody Marys: $168++; Free-flow Ruinart Blanc de Blanc Champagne, plus wines and Bloody Marys: $238++.
La Brasserie at The Fullerton Bay Hotel, 80 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049326, Tel: (+65) 6597 5288, www.fullertonhotels.com/fullerton-bay-hotel-singapore/dining/la-brasserie
The Line at Shangri-La Hotel Singapore
Always a popular spot with kids thanks to its proximity to Buds, The Line is now serving up food tableside — but you can still order in unlimited quantities! Choose from over 35 delectable options made to order, including fresh seafood on ice, sushi, authentic Thai salads, freshly baked naan breads and homemade curries, and all manner of desserts. There’s a nifty QR ordering system, too, and kids under 6 eat free!
The Line a la carte buffet is served Saturdays and Sundays, from 12pm to 2:30pm.
How much: $68++ per adult. Kids under the age of 6 can enjoy buffet meals at no extra cost when accompanied by a paying adult (valid for up to two children). For children 6-12, a 50% discount on the buffet price will be given.
The Line, Shangri-La Hotel Singapore, 22 Orange Grove Road, Singapore 258350, Tel: (+65) 6213 4275, www.shangri-la.com/singapore
Melt Café at Mandarin Oriental, Singapore
NB: During Phase 2 Melt Cafe is offering a takeaway brunch buffet option featuring Maine lobster, a seafood platter, hearty meats, a variety of decadent desserts, and much more. Click here for the full menu. On the bright side, it’s available on both Saturdays and Sundays!
This is one of our faves because – in contrast to just about every other high-end brunch in town – we’ve never once felt let down by the food at any of the dizzying array of stations, from the Tandoor grill, to the live carving station, to the succulent fresh seafood and sashimi. There’s also a fab kids’ room with a separate spread of kid-friendly grub (admittedly not the healthiest – we’re talking chicken fingers, pizza, and cookies) to go with caring attendants and activities like a big movie screen and coloring tables. Given that kids 6 and under eat free, though, we say let them eat cake (and cookies, and lollipops…).
How much: Takeaway brunch menu is $298++ for a family of four (two adults and two kids). Add $28 for a bottle of sparkling wine.
Melt Café, Mandarin Oriental, 5 Raffles Ave, Marina Square, Singapore 039797, www.mandarinoriental.com/singapore
Mezza9 at Grand Hyatt Singapore
Mezza9 has a new a la minute Sunday brunch featuring delicious sustainable seafood options alongside Thai, sushi, Western grill and rotisserie, Chinese steam baskets, patisserie, and more.
Available Sundays from 12pm to 3pm.
How much: Adults: $78++ (no alcohol) / Children: $48++ (ages 3-12).
Grand Hyatt Singapore, 10 Scotts Road, Singapore 228211, Tel: (+65) 6732 1234, www.singapore.grand.hyatt.com
One Ninety at the Four Seasons Hotel Singapore
One-Ninety Restaurant at the Four Seasons Hotel offers a Sunday brunch semi-buffet with live cooking stations as well as a choice of entrees. The cuisine is a mix of Italian and Asian cuisines alongside classic egg dishes to choose from, and there is a free-flow option. Children under 5 dine also free!
How much: Adults: $58++ (food only) / $98++ (inc free-flow Bolla Prosecco) / $168++ (inc Taittinger Brut Reserve N.V.); Children: $36++ (ages 5-11).
One-Ninety Restaurant, Four Seasons Hotel, 190 Orchard Blvd, Singapore 248646, Tel: (+65) 6831 7250, www.fourseasons.com
The rare hotel brunch that’s also served on Saturdays (in addition to Sundays, and from 9:30 onwards!), the all-new weekend brunch at the Raffles is served in a breezy outdoor setting with a mix of healthy juices, local kopi and Teh Tarik, and some new signature cocktails. On the food menu, enjoy a combination of fresh patisseries, local delights like Nasi Lemak, and breakfast faves like Spanish ham hash, smoked salmon Tartine, and Huevos Rancheros. While not your typical free-flow buffet, the brunch is a great deal at just $28++ for one Main Course, one Cold Beverage, and One Hot Beverage.
The weekend brunch menu is served from 9:30am to 3:00pm.
Raffles Courtyard, Raffles Hotel Singapore, Enter via Raffles Arcade: 328 North Bridge Road, Singapore 188719, Tel: (+65) 6412 1816, www.rafflessingapore.com/restaurant/raffles-courtyard
SKAI (that spot with coveted views of the city from the 70th floor of the iconic Swissôtel The Stamford) has a Saturday brunch that pairs Chef Paul Hallett’s hot and cold dishes brought to your table with bespoke cocktails, craft wines and Champagne plus a dessert buffet by award-winning pastry Chef Koo Jee. Children are welcome but the vibe here is more adults enjoying their downtime (and the freeflow drinks!). Kids under 6 eat free.
SKAI brunch is served every Saturday from 11:30am to 2:30pm.
How much: Adults: $158++ per person for food, soft drinks, coffee, house wine, unlimited Champagne and cocktails. Children: $69 (from 6 – 12 years of age).
SKAI, Level 70, Swissôtel The Stamford, 2 Stamford Rd, Singapore 178882, Tel: (+65) 6837 3322, or email [email protected], www.skai.sg
The new “Mother of All Brunches” is offered on Saturdays at XPerience, and features “Insane” brunch towers overflowing with seafood and desserts and “bottomless booze” (including tipples from a Glitzy Gin cart). Check out the top of this article for an idea of everything on offer.
Served Saturdays at Xperience, from 12pm to 2pm
How much: $88++ for a Medium Sharing Tower (serves 2-3); $48++ per person for 2 hours of free-flow beer, wine & Prosecco; $68++ per person for free-flow gin cart and Taittinger Brut Champagne.
SO/ Singapore, 35 Robinson Road, Singapore 068876, Tel: (+65) 6701 6800, www.sofitel-so-singapore.com
Town Restaurant at the Fullerton Hotel
Few restaurants in Singapore can rival the elegant grandeur of the Fullerton and its lovely riverside setting, not to mention the totally delicious spread of everything from fresh seafood, to decadent desserts, and particularly tasty local faves like chicken rice, lobster nasi lemak and satay. Brunch staples like Eggs Benedict, along with Maine Lobsters, Grilled Angus Striploin, Slow-Roasted Lamb and much more are now served tableside.
Served Sundays from 12pm to 3:30pm.
How much: $120++ per adult / $60++ per child (ages 6-11) with free-flow chilled juices and soft drinks; $173++ per adult with free-flow house wine, Tiger draught, Champagne, Bloody Mary, Gin & Tonic, and Negroni. Kids 11 and under dine free (until October 2020).
Town Restaurant at The Fullerton Hotel, 1 Fullerton Square, Singapore 049178, Tel: (+65) 6877 8911, www.fullertonhotels.com/the-fullerton-hotel/town-restaurant.html
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 serves up pleasing plates like Proscuitto Ham on Toast, Salmon Fillet as well as regular bites such as pizza, pasta, steaks, burgers and more. There’s also a fun kids’ menu with cheeky names such as I’m Not Hungry (French toast with fruit and maple syrup) and Whatever (homemade cake and cookies). Pair your meals with a pint, each brewed by RedDot Brewhouse in Singapore (our favourites include the Monster Green Lager Beer and the RedDot Lime Wheat). On Sunday, there are a tonne of kids’ activities such as face painting, cooking classes and fish-catching in the pond on site (currently on pause during the pandemic).
RedDot Brewhouse, 25A Dempsey Road, #01-01, Singapore 247691, Tel: (+65) 6475 0500, www.reddotbrewhouse.com.sg
So much more than just a great bakery and coffee shop, Baker & Cook also offers all-day brunch classics like eggs benedict and French toast. We’re particularly partial to the Dempsey location, which has a wonderful playground (see above). Most Baker & Cook locations open bright and early at 7:30am (Dempsey’s at 8am), and thank goodness for their strong coffee! No reservations, so take your chances mama.
Baker & Cook, Various locations, www.bakerandcook.biz
Shahi Maharani Restaurant’s Weekend Fiesta set lunch is heaven for North Indian food-lovers with its street food, kebabs and curries! At just $38++ per adult (and only $16++ per child up to 11 years old!) you’ll get to indulge in an endless course of Indian street food like Papdi Chaat and Paani Puri. Then dig into a platter of scintillating kebabs including seekh kebab and paneer shaslikh with your choice of curry, naan and rice before topping it all off with a delish dessert platter! Kids will be treated to some colouring stationery and a meal that’s specially curated for their palate. Plus, you’ll be happy to know that the street food course is free flow – so eat as many gol gappas (hollow puffs filled with spiced flavoured water) as you want!
Shahi Maharani Restaurant, 252 North Bridge Road, #03-21B Raffles City Shopping Centre (Level 3 Fairmont Singapore) Singapore 179103, www.shahimaharani.com
Serving the ultimate all-day breakfast, Boomarang is a family classic, opening from 7am on weekends – woohoo early risers – with ample space along the river for kiddos to ride their scooters and burn off that post-breakfast energy. Highchairs, a separate kids’ menu and space for strollers complete the offerings for families. Mamas you’ll want to keep it to yourself that Boomarang also screens all the major sports events as you’ll want Dad to be on duty and chasing after the kids!
Boomarang, 60 Robertson Quay, #01-15 The Quayside, Singapore 238252
Tel: (+65) 6738 1077, www.boomarang.com.sg
We love Brotzeit for brunch for their German Breakfast Platter for two that mixes savoury and sweet, which is so key to hit that brunch sweetspot. They also have a massive platter for 4 which is great if you go with friends. Their Rosti with poached eggs and smoked salmon is really delicious. For kids you’ve got affordable staples like a hot dog from the kids menu, or you can let ‘em graze from the breakfast platter. Brotzeit locations across the island open from 11am.
Brotzeit, Various locations, www.brotzeit.co
Cafe Melba at Goodman Arts Centre is a well-known name on the kid-friendly lists with their huge space for running and scooting around freel. Cafe Melba Mediapolis also has a fab space for scooting, a giant tic-tac-toe game, and bouncy castle, too. The “Australasian Fusion Food” can be a bit hit and miss, but because of all the fun for kids, parents can actually eat their lunch without entertaining kids themselves, so they’ve got that going for them! You’ve also got tons of options to choose from, including pancakes, French toast, and a variety of egg dishes, along with sandwiches, pastas, pizzas, and much more.
Cafe Melba, 90 Goodman Road Goodman Arts Centre, Block N #01-56, Singapore 439053, Tel: (+65) 6440 6068, www.cafemelba.com.sg
Café Melba at Mediapolis, 1 Stars Avenue, Mediapolis #03-01, Singapore 138507, Tel: (+65) 6352 2721, www.cafemelba.com.sg/mediapolis
Carrotsticks & Cravings at Loewen Gardens and Robertson Quay is a haven for healthy food lovers and Instagram devotees alike, serving up almond milk flat whites and turmeric lattes to go with healthy, refined sugar-free dishes like Smashed Avo, Feta and Dukkah on sourdough toast, Acai Bowls, and the highly Instagrammable Ricotta and Fig on Sourdough with Chai Granola. Plus there’s lots of gluten free and dairy free dishes, a cute kids’ menu and a trampoline on site, too. Some of our brunch faves include the breakfast berry parfait, the peanut butter smoothie (yum!) and affordable energy balls. The Rob Quay location opens bright and early on weekends at 7:30, while Dempsey opens at 8am.
Carrotsticks & Cravings, www.carrotsticksandcravings.com
Coffee lovers in the East flock to this cute café in Changi Village, where even kiddos will delight in surprise designs on their hot chocolates. Daily brunch is served til 5:30pm, with classics like French Toast, Eggs Benedict (with some nice vegetarian variations!), Big Brekkies, and even bagel plates. Prices are downright reasonable, too, with all but one item coming in at under $20.
Chock Full of Beans, Blk 4 Changi Village Road #01-2090, Singapore 500004, Tel: (+65) 6214 8839, www.chockfullofbeans.com.sg
This American diner-style resto (in fact an outpost of a popular pancake spot in New York City) is a must-visit for pancake lovers. Equally delectable are the Fried Chicken and Waffles, Huevos Rancheros, and exotic sides like buttery biscuits and Fried Green Tomatoes. And we’d be remiss if we didn’t mention the kid- (and mama!) pleasing milkshakes.
Clinton Street Baking Company, 31 Purvis Street, Singapore 188608, Tel: (+65) 6684 4845, www.clintonstreetbaking.sg
If you’re looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of life in Singapore, look no further than The Coastal Settlement. Lending a rustic charm to this cavernous restaurant is the old-world memorabilia, the background melodies and the low-hanging chandeliers. But it’s not all about the looks mama — their menu is stuffed with finger-licking, tummy-rubbing delicious food plus they have a small retro-style playground outside for the youngsters! Just be sure to get there very early as they don’t take reservations for parties of less than 10 people and service can get patchy if they’re slammed!
The Coastal Settlement, 200 Netheravon Road, Singapore 508529
Tel: (+65) 6475 0200, www.facebook.com/thecoastalsettlement
In the last couple years Coastes started offering an all-day brunch menu (served til 3pm, anyway) with the likes of pancakes, French toast, and waffles alongside hearty roast chicken and smashed avo toast, a bacon and kale frittata, and Poached Eggs with Smoked Salmon Rosti. Of course the biggest selling point here is the beachside Sentosa location. Sip on a cheeky margarita or free-flow Cava 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 spot.
Coastes, 50 Siloso Beach Walk, Singapore 099000, Tel: (+65) 6274 9668, www.coastes.com
We would never claim this is the kid-friendliest café in town (the massive flight of stairs in front is not stroller-friendly that’s for sure!), but besides a mean java, they serve a nice array of all-day breakfast, including healthy options like house-made granola, a kale & egg white scramble, a super yummy (and vegetarian) Turkish breakfast with crispy feta and hummus, along with faves like Brioche French Toast. Hey, you can bike and scoot along the river with new energy afterwards! Prices are steep, but this is one where we’d claim it’s worth every penny, and they’re open early from 7:30am daily.
Common Man Coffee Roasters, 22 Martin Road, Singapore 239058,
Tel: (+65) 6836 4695, www.commonmancoffeeroasters.com
COMO Cuisine offers the refined contemporary healthy food that the Como Resort & Hotel Group is known for. Portions are modest so there’s always room for dessert. We love the fact that instead of a kids’ menu they are into developing kids’ palates so small foodies get to choose any dish in a smaller portion. Brunch dishes definitely tend more savoury than sweet, and it ain’t cheap, but the Dempsey setting is lovely, and it’s also dog-friendly. The Brunch menu is served on weekends from 9am to 4pm.
Como Cuisine, Block 18A Dempsey Road, Singapore 249677, Tel: 1800 394 6688, www.comodempsey.sg
Da Paolo Dempsey
Da Paolo Dempsey has introduced a free-flow weekend brunch (also offered on public holidays!) with well-priced options for free-flow Campari & Peroni cocktails (Aperol Spritz, Peroni beer, Americano etc.) and a “Ferrari Brunch” with all those cocktail plus free-flow Ferrari Brut bubbles. Meanwhile the weekend brunch menu (served from 8am) features classics like Avocado Toast, Eggs Benedict, and Pork Sausage Scoth Egg alongside Italian specialties like Burrata Bruschetta, Spicy Italian Shakshouka, and a Pumpkin Portabella Puff Stack (in addition to all of Da Paolo’s yummy breads, scones, and other baked goods).
Available Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays from 11:30am to 5pm (free-flow package lasts for 1.5 hours).
How much: Brunch menu is a la carte; Campari-Peroni Free-Flow Brunch is $48++ per person; Ferrari Free-Flow Brunch is $78++ per person.
Da Paolo Dempsey, 8 Dempsey Road, #01-13, Singapore 247696, www.dapaolo.com.sg/dempsey
Love kebabs (and perhaps got a hangover)? Yummy Middle Eastern spot Fat Prince has a free-flow weekend brunch with two hours of free-flow kebabs, to go along with one complimentary brunch item (everything from granola, to cured salmon) and free-flow Prima Donna cocktails or wine. Kebabs come with five indulgent fillings, including grilled Halloumi cheese with smashed avocado, spiced macadamia and pomegranate molasses, and charred pork belly with smoked potato puree, apple, mint and raisins. Lasting from 11:30am to 2:30pm, the two-hour extravaganza is also has free-flow drinks options.
Fat Prince, 48 Peck Seah Street, Singapore 079317, Tel: (+65) 6221 3683, www.fatprincesg.com
Food for Tots
Although we were super sad to see the closing of Food for Thought in the Botanic Gardens, this is quite possibly the only way to top it: combine a super kid-friendly (and affordable) menu (Ham & Cheese Toast Dippers! Blueberry Smoothie Pancake! Pasta & Meatballs Nest!) of all-day brunch dishes and plop it down smack dab in the heart of one of Singapore’s very best outdoor spaces (Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden)? Yes, please!
Food for Tots, 1H ClunyRoad #01-K1, Jacob Ballas Children’s Garden, Singapore 259604, Tel: (+65) 6338 4848, www.foodforthought.com.sg
Since opening in Tiong Bahru in 2010, this coffee mecca has been serving up hipster brunch faves like Smashed Avocado Toast, Banana Bacon French Toast, and Free Range Eggs Cocotte. Maybe not the best place to bring teeny tinies given the somewhat cramped quarters, but it’s a sweet little spot to catch a good cup of coffee post yoga, or to take older kids. They open bright and early at 7:30am, too. NB: There’s an East Coast location, too, that also opens bright and early and serves all-day breakfast!
78 Yong Saik Street, #01-12, Singapore 163078
226 East Coast Road, Singapore, 428923