Heading out for Easter brunch in Singapore this year? Check out our list of where to book Easter brunch with free-flow, hot cross buns, Easter eggs and other specialities for Easter Sunday 4 April 2021
Now that we’re allowed to dine out in groups of eight, it seems like the perfect time to gather your friends and family to celebrate Easter Sunday. We’ve rounded up some great spots for Easter brunch in Singapore so it’s fastest fingers first if you want a table! Thinking of having Easter brunch at home instead? Don’t worry, we’ve listed out places to get your fix of Easter chocolate, chocolate eggs, hot cross buns and other Easter sweets, too!
Hotels & Restaurants for Easter Brunch in Singapore
Bond with the family over some delicious dishes this Easter when you sit down to Mezza9’s Easter brunch in Singapore. Sample dishes from six of its show kitchens: grill, steam, basket, seafood, Thai, sushi and patisserie. Highlights to order include the Valley Salmon Caviar with Devilled Eggs, Grilled BBQ Platter, which comes with Porterhouse steak, lamb chops, half rotisserie chicken and sustainable yellow fin tuna loin. There’s also Mezza9’s fabulous Signature Dessert Extravaganza, which features an Easter-inspired twist with hot cross buns. Celebrate Easter with bottomless servings of Perrier-Jouët’s Rosé Blason Champagne. If the kids want simpler bites, they’ll get plenty in the form of cheeseburgers, grilled salmon, and chicken and prawn dumplings – all of which are part of the children’s Easter brunch menu.
When: 4 April 2021
How much: $188++ per adult with alcohol; $108++ per adult without alcohol; $58++ per child aged 4 to 12
Reservations: Click here to make a reservation
Head to Xperience Restaurant at SO Singapore for Easter brunch and get excited for their tower spread. Made for sharing, the Easter brunch spread includes irresistible bites such as Charcuterie & Cheese with Pickles & Nuts, Deviled Eggs, Bacon & Leek Quiche, Chicken Liver Mousse on Sourdough Toast, Garlic Butter Roasted Boston Lobster, Sambal Stingray and so much more. There’s also a bottomless carving station to go with the Easter brunch tower, where you’ll get to savour free-flow Spiced Roasted Pork Rack, Whole Butter Roasted Chicken & Mustard and Herb Marinated Australian Ribeye. Save space for dessert, because you’ll want to fill your plate with hot cross buns, macaroons, mini Easter eggs and fresh tropical fruit. Don’t forget to get creative when you dress up for Easter brunch here – the theme is Easter, obvs – because SO Singapore is offering the best-dressed couple a voucher for a two day-one night stay at SO Bangkok, which you can redeem once the borders open.
When: 3 & 4 April 2021, 12pm
How much: $98 per person including shared Easter brunch tower served to your table and free-flow carving station. Book and pay your deposit before 20 March to enjoy brunch at $88 per person. Add $48 for two-hours of free-flow house beer, wine and Prosecco; add $68 for two hours of free-flow Champagne, red and white wines, Tanqueray, Bombay, infused gins, beer and selected cocktails. Additional $20 for a third hour of free-flow. Accor Plus members get a 10% discount.
Reservations: Click here to make a reservation.
Step into this whimsical Alice in Wonderland-themed Easter brunch extravaganza, which is a collaborative effort with Jellycat, Perrier and Singapore Sidecars. This three-course Easter brunch in Singapore will offer Easter Chocolate Egg Welcome Cocktails, fresh seafood on ice, appetisers such as devil eggs, assorted cheese and charcuterie platters, and a delectable Black Angus ribeye with Coriander Chimicurri, all paired with bubbly. Make space for the live chicken rotisserie station and the salt crusted carp, followed by a sweet selection of desserts such as Carrot Cake with vanilla frosting and Chocolate Soiled Truffle Mousse. Little ones aren’t left out either, as they’ll get small take-home gifts, egg-painting activities and a mini treasure hunt. Afterwards, snap a picture in your most whimsical Easter outfit at the photowall and tag Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa to stand a chance to win Jellycat’s Bashful Bunnies (available while stocks last).
When: 4 April 2021, 12pm to 3pm
How much: $132++ per adult; $68++ per child; top up $30++ for 30g of caviar, $88++ for free-flowing champagne and $108++ for free-flowing rose
Reservations: Click here to make a reservation.
Treat yourself to the Easter edition of Brasserie Les Saveurs St. Regis Sunday Champagne Brunch. In addition to platters of Alaskan King Crab leg, French oysters, Manila clams, shrimps and mussels, diners can also look forward to sashimi platters and the Chef’s Pass Arounds, which include Marinated Salmon and Buckwheat Blinis with sour lemon cream, Foie Gras Terrine, Fruit Chutney, Apple and Brioche Bread, and the Beef Tartare with Red Radish and Soft Egg Yolk. Three are hot and cold entrees aplenty, too, and you can order servings of Crab Salad with Avruga Pearls and Gold Leaves, 65oc Egg, Mushrooms, Asparagus and Parmesan Espuma and more. Continue with mains of Lamb Saddle, Mediterranean Herbs, Green Peas, Romanesco, Charred Onions, Rosemary Jus, Pan Seared Sea Bass, Sautéed Green Vegetables, Avruga Pearls, Beurre Blanc or Impossible Meat with Globe Artichoke and Sauce ‘Barigoule’. Take your pick of dessert from the dessert trolley, where you’ll be spoilt for choice with sweets such as Easter Egg – Tiramisu, Easter Carrot macarons, a variety of tarts, Cheese Cake Balls and more. Champagne will be served from noon until 2pm.
When: 4 April 2021, 12pm – 2:30pm
How much: $75 per child aged 4 to 12; $138 per adult with non-alcoholic beverages only; $168 per adult with sommelier’s choice of wines; from $198 per adult with Champagne Barons de Rothschild Brut NV; $288 per adult with Champagne Barons de Rothschild Rosé NV, $338 per adult with Champagne Barons de Rothschild Blanc de Blancs NV; $548 per adult with Champagne Barons de Rothschild Blanc de Blancs Vintage 2008
Reservations: Click here to make a booking
Book a table at Alley on 25 for special Easter Brunch free-flow platters – think seafood on ice, cheese plates, deviled eggs, with mains such as Grilled Jerk Chicken, Impossible Burgers and Lobster Mac and Cheese as well as free-flow desserts (we’ve got our hearts set on the Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese frosting). There are kid-friendly bites here, too, and picky eaters will enjoy treats such as cereals, freshly baked waffles and soft-serve ice cream. Alternatively, sit down to butter-poached lobster, roasted rack of lamb and a gorgeous dessert at 665°F for a halal Easter Brunch option.
When: 3 & 4 April 2021.
How much: from $88 per person or from $133 with beverages (Alley on 25); from $18 to $180 for one appetiser, main course and dessert. Additional $180 for wine pairings (665°F)
Reservations: Click here to make a reservation
Have your Easter brunch in Singapore with friends and family at One-Ninety’s Easter Sunday brunch, where you can expect an indulgent buffet filled with fresh Maine lobsters, king crab, avruga caviar, diamond clams and other seafood delights on ice. Pair those with Mediterranean mezze or an entreé from four live stations doling out 72-hour slow-roasted milk-fed lamb with saffron rice; baked salmon coulibiac with white wine sauce; apple wood-smoked Peking duck; and slow-roasted wagyu beef rump. There will more 20 cheeses and classic handcrafted desserts in the shape of Easter Bunny cookies and cupcakes, chocolate eggs, hot cross buns, ricotta cheese tarts and more.
When: 4 April 2021, noon – 3pm
How much: $148 per adult (unlimited chilled juices); $188 (unlimited Taittinger Brut NV, house red and white wine); $68 per child (from ages 5 to 12 years)
Reservations: Call (+65) 6831 7250 or email [email protected] to book
There are two ways to enjoy Easter at Hilton Singapore. Opt for the Easter Sunday Semi-Buffet Champagne Brunch, with Easter-inspired specials that will be served to your table. Think one main course, unlimited seafood on ice, gourmet appetisers, small plates, artisanal cheese and more. Or book a table for the one-day-only Fanciful Easter Sunday Afternoon High Tea & Fondue Set for seasonal sweets that are artfully handcrafted with French Valrhona chocolate.
When: 4 April, 12:30pm to 3pm (Easter Sunday Semi-Buffet Champagne Brunch); 3pm to 5pm (Fanciful Easter Sunday Afternoon High Tea & Fondue Set);
Easter Sunday Semi-Buffet Champagne Brunch: from $55 per child and $108 per adult, add $30 for free-flow Prosecco, beer and selected wines, $50 for free-flow Champagne and selected wines.
Fanciful Easter Sunday Afternoon High Tea & Fondue Set: $78 for two persons. Add on $58 for premium seafood platter and $20 per person for free-flow Prosecco.
Reservations: Click here to make reservations for the Champagne Brunch or High Tea
Newly refurbished The Kitchen Table is offering plenty of sustainably sourced local produce and fresh seasonal find for its very first Easter Sunday brunch in Singapore. Stunning views aside, you can expect a refreshing Grapefruit Rosemary Mimosa and Homemade Lemonade before going to town on an extravagant spread filled with live tiger prawns, Alaskan snow carbs, French oysters and fresh tuna sashimi from the whole tuna live carving station. Other must-haves include juicy cuts of Whole Roasted Gigantic Op Rib and Spit-Roasted Lamb from the Carvery section, paired with indulgent Buttered Mash. The kids will get a well-packed Easter goodie bag filled with Easter eggs and colouring sheets for non-stop fun!
When: 4 April 2021, 12:30pm to 3pm (first seating), 1:30pm to 4pm (second seating), 2:30pm to 5pm (third seating)
How much: $148++ per person (food only); $208++ (includes bottomless bubbly); $74++ (Kids between ages of 6 and 11. Children under 5 dine for free)
Reservations: Call (+65) 6808 7268 or email [email protected] to make reservations
Sit down to Modern Italian cuisine at the Il Solo Easter Brunch, a free-flow, casual meal filled with elevated classics such as Frutti di mare (Seafood salad on ‘’frittatina” with spinach and smoked ricotta), Ciambella (homemade Easter cake with dark chocolate and mascarpone cream) and more. The true highlight is the Slow Roasted Leg of Lamb, a traditional favourite that’s complemented with rosemary potatoes, mustard and a white wine sauce. Want a quiet Easter brunch at home? Opt for a takeaway or delivery of signature dishes such as Eggplant Parmigiana, Lobster Tagliatelle and the Slow Roasted Leg of Lamb. A two-day advance notice is required for takeaway or delivery, and orders above $150 will get free delivery.
When: 4 April 2021, 12pm to 3pm (Easter Sunday brunch); 1 to 4 April 2021 (takeaway and delivery. Last order date is 3 April 2021)
How much: $108++ per person, inclusive of free flow soft drinks; $148++ per person, inclusive of 3 hours free flow prosecco, red and white wine; $198++ per person, inclusive of 3 hours free flow Billecart-Salmon brut champagne, red and white wine
Reservations: Call (+65) 9134 3167 (Whatsapp or call) or book online via Chope or Quandoo.
Winestone at Novotel Singapore is offering its very first Easter brunch in Singapore, and there’s plenty to enjoy! Tuck into unlimited servings of fine cold cut platters, seafood on ice and modern European main courses plus Easter desserts.
When: 4 April 2021, noon to 2:30pm. Opt for the basic brunch offering, or top up for a two-hour, free-flow drink package.
How much: $98++ per person; $128++ with wine, beer, soft drinks and juices; $148++ for Prosecco, wine, beer, soft drinks and juices; $198++ for gin & tonic, champagne, prosecco, wine, beer, soft drinks and juices. Accor Plus members enjoy an additional 25% discount.
Reservations: Click here to make your booking
Sharing platters are the way to go if you’re eyeing Park Hotel Clarke Quay’s Easter brunch in Singapore. Ideal for two, the Family Favourite Platter will include savoury delights such as smoke salmon and guacamole croissants, French toast, mini omelettes, chicken chipolata sausages, Rosti and more. Alternatively, go for the Fantastic Feast Platter, which will have comfort faves like Eggs Benedict with Pork Ham, scrambled eggs and crispy bacon, waffles, Rosti and more. The platters are available for dining in or takeaway. A one-day advance notice is required for takeaway orders.
When: 4 April 2021, noon to 4pm
How much: $45++ per platter. Use promo code EASTER15 for a 15% discount on orders made before 1 April 2021.
Reservations: Click here to make a booking or takeaway order
Want something a little lighter? Sit down to an Easter Afternoon Tea at The Grand Lobby for an elegant Easter instead. Unwind with a selection of sandwiches such as the Monte Cristo (ham and cheese toasted), Tartine (smoked Salmon, crème fraiche, red onion, egg trout, quail egg and caper berry) and the Lobster Montaigne (lobster, mayo, chives and caviar). Pair those with a range of cakes, sweets and Easter cupcakes, and don’t miss out on the traditional Easter favourite of hot cross buns and scones with clotted cream and strawberry rose jam.
When: 2 to 4 April 2021
How much: $88 per guest
Reservations: Call (+65) 6412 1816 or email [email protected] to book.
Where to Buy Easter Eggs, Hot Cross Buns & Other Easter Treats
Planning to have Easter brunch at home? Then pick up these delectable Easter eggs, chocolate bunnies, hot cross buns and other Easter treats to accompany your meal. We promise your guests, both big and small, will be impressed!
Set the Easter mood with handcrafted Easter eggs and chocolate Easter bunnies with a little help from Pacific Marketplace. Make the Large Chocolate Beehive Egg the centrepiece of your Easter brunch dessert table, because this dark, milk and almond chocolate creation deserves to be the star of the show. Complement it with the Citrus Raspberry Matcha in Egg, which is inspired by Russia’s iconic Fabergé jewelled eggs. This chocolate Easter egg from Pacific Marketplace is made with raspberry compote, lemon mousse, matcha sponge, lemon cream and a nutty base, and is encased within a pink egg-shaped chocolate that’s decorated with butterflies and a rabbit silhouette cut-out. Round out your dessert display with the Round Rabbits trio – this cutesy, pale pink offering is made from white chocolate. Pacific Marketplace is also offering its classic Hot Cross Buns in two flavours: multigrain and blueberry cream cheese.
When: 15 March to 4 April
How much: $7 to $118
How to order: Order in-store or click here to purchase online
Baker & Cook’s ridiculously popular hot cross buns (from $15 until 4 April) are back for a limited time only. This year, there will be the traditional serving of hot cross buns, double chocolate hot cross buns and vegan hot cross buns. There are six buns in each pack and $1 will be donated to the Breast Cancer Foundation for every pack purchased. Order in-store or click here to purchase online
This UK franchise never disappoints when it comes to Easter treats. Look out for large chocolate easter bunnies, hot cross buns and other Easter must-haves for your table this year.
Whether you’re in the mood for Belgian chocolate Easter bunnies or gorgeous boxes of Lindt chocolates for a post-Easter meal nibble, Cold Storage has plenty on its shelves.
This popular supermarket is the best place to go if you’re looking to stock up on Easter chocolates. We hear Cadbury Singapore is running some crazy Easter promos at FairPrice outlets around the island and that if you look hard enough, you’ll find some of ANJALICHOCOLAT’s luxe Easter chocolates on the shelves here, too. There are also cute Easter egg-painting kits if you’re hoping to get a little DIY fun in with the kids.
Don’t want to battle the crowds to get your fill of Easter chocolates, sweet treats and chocolate eggs? Fill your shopping cart online at Redmart and have it all delivered to your home ahead of time.
Looking for other Easter treats? Mama-owned business Guilt Free Food does the most amazing fluffy cinnamon rolls – there are some fun Easter themes right now from the quad (caramel, sugar glaze, cheese and peanut butter) to Cheesy Marmite all decorated with Easter eggs (the mini chocolate ones you can eat, the Dino eggs are for hatching inedible dinosaurs so don’t eat these!).