Best Champagne brunches in Singapore: Estate, Republic Bar, Manhattan and more

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Breakfast might be the most important meal of the day, but so is brunch. It’s the one meal that we always look forward to, and not just because of the bottomless booze. Check this space out for our ever-growing list of Singapore’s best brunches


Estate Grand Sunday Champagne Brunch
Sunday, 12pm to 3pm
$158 per adult for food only
Top up S$30 for free-flow Laurent Perrier Champagne, white wine, red wine and Bloody Mary DIY bar 

What about: Befitting a restaurant of its size, Champagne brunch at Estate—Hilton Singapore Orchards residential 345-seater, all-day dining restaurant—is an unusually grand affair, presenting a diverse spread ranging from brunch favourites like Classic Beef Wellington and Maine Lobster Thermidor, to Whole Wagyu Prime Rib and Black Truffle Roasted Duck. Freshly-shucked oysters—of which three kinds are offered: Canadian, Irish and Fine de Claire—are a much-welcomed addition, as are the array of cheeses available—a whopping 32 types in total. 

Robb tip: Keep things bubbly with the interactive components that Estate has thoughtfully included. Adults should stop by the DIY cocktail bar for their dose of classic cocktails, while kids can head to the sizeable children’s corner for engaging activities like pottery-making and face-painting.  

Level 5, Hilton Singapore Orchard
333 Orchard Road
Singapore 238 876
Tel: +65 6737 4411

republic bar
Republic Bar, The Ritz-Carlton Hotel

Republic Bar Singapore

Republic’s Punch Brunch
Sunday, 12pm to 3pm
S$168 per person for food and unlimited cocktails and punches

What about: Republic is bringing back the punch. The cocktail lounge of Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore recently launched a new punch brunch on Sundays, recreating the convivial, lavish atmosphere of house parties in the sixties, where punch bowls were the height of fashion. 

Pick your poison from three distinct punch bowls created in collaboration with the respected David Wondrich, one of the founders of the modern craft cocktail movement: the heady Paul Jones Punch, made with rye whiskey, the Straits Gin Cup as imbibed at the Singapore Cricket Club in 1913, and the refreshing Captain Dampier’s Rack Punch, palm arrack fortified with Cognac. There’s also clarified English milk punches, including the deliciously pink English Milk Punch. Craving the classics? There’s also a selection of signature cocktails on offer—whether you go for the Bloody Mary or Espresso Martini, they’re all pretty potent. 

Supplement your bottomless booze with a trio of appetisers, a main and a dessert. The Foie Gras Terrine with port wine gelée and brioche was predictably indulgent, while the Avocado atop smoky burrata was a pleasant surprise. There’s nothing more classical than Eggs Benedict for the brunch traditionalists, but the Steamed Cod and Braised Beef Short Rib deserve honourable mentions. For the eclectically minded, consider the Hainanese Kurobuta pork chop. 

Robb tip: Though the punches are served out of elegant bar carts from polished silver bowls, tableside service isn’t de rigueur. But if you ask nicely, head bartender Jan Martin Villareal might just make an exception.

Republic Bar Singapore
7 Raffles Ave
The Ritz-Carlton Hotel
Singapore 039799
Tel: +65 6434 5288

Butcher’s Block

Butcher’s Block Weekend Brunch
Saturday and Sunday, 11.30am to 2.30pm

What about: Helmed by a new chef de cuisine, Jordan Keao, Butcher’s Block serves up a contemporary wood-fire dining experience with new menus that draw on Keao’s Hawaiian heritage. At brunch, expect crowd favourites including the likes of Smoked Salmon Eggs Benedict, French Toast with Salted Caramel, Croque Madame with 18-month Joselito Iberico, and fresh Irish Oysters, in addition to the regular à la carte menu. The restaurant isn’t just doing wood-fire dining right, but also brunch—and we particularly enjoyed the French toast the most, peppered with a generous portion of raspberries and blueberries.

Robb tip: Elevate the brunch experience with the Sommelier’s Selection, a 90-minute complimentary flow vinous experience featuring specially handpicked wines for your weekend midday indulgence. Applicable only to the Weekend Brunch Tour De Force menu.

Butcher’s Block
28 North Bridge Rd
02-02 to 02-07
Raffles Arcade
Singapore 188719
Tel: +65 6337 1886

colony vintage champagne brunch
At Colony, enjoy fresh seafood and unlimited Champagne and cocktails


Vintage Sunday Champagne Brunch
S$142 for unlimited soft drinks and fruit flavoured sparkling mineral water
Top up S$50 for free-flow Champagne Barons de Rothschild Réserve Ritz Millésime 2010, Champagne Barons de Rothschild Réserve Ritz Rosé NV, selected cocktails, house pour wines and draft beers

What about: Colony’s immensely popular Vintage Champagne Brunch sees guests tucking into classic seafood delights such as freshly shucked oysters, king crab legs and a la plancha Boston lobster. Slow-baked beef Tomahawk and Colony’s signature Laksa with homemade lobster ball are also available. Round up your meal with chocolate bark, truffles and cookies, handcrafted by executive pastry chef Richard Long.

Robb tip: Head to The Ice Bar for cold cuts and artisanal cheeses from France.

The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore
7 Raffles Avenue
Singapore 039799
Tel: +65 6434 5288

Manhattan Bar

Adults-Only Sunday Cocktail Brunch
Every Sunday, 12pm to 3pm
S$168 for free-flow cocktails, wines and beers

What about: Imagine being in New York City’s East Village as trolleys filled with Gin & Tonic, Bloody Mary and Highball are rolled up to your table. Guests can create their very own customised concoctions or indulge in unlimited servings of craft cocktails, boozy milkshakes, beers and wines. All accompanied by an array of gourmet hot plates, seafood and bagels.

Robb tip: Top up S$40 to include free-flow Bollinger Special Cuvee Champagne.

Manhattan Bar
Level 2

Regent Hotel
1 Cuscaden Road
Singapore 249715
Tel: +65 6725 3377

MO Bar

Weekend Brunch
Saturday, Sunday (or public holidays), 12pm to 2.30pm
S$98 per adult for food only
Top up S$58 for two hours of free-flow Champagne and select cocktails

What about: Boasting stunning skyline views, brunch at MO Bar is a luxurious affair. Its latest weekend brunch menu may be ridiculously excessive, but that’s all the more reason why we love it. Beginning with the signature Seafood Platter, a generous plate filled with seasonal oysters, prawns, snow crab and Maine lobster, diners will then proceed to choose three dishes from the bar’s range of starters and soups, rice and noodles, main courses and desserts.

Crowd-favourites include the MO Bar Burger, which diners can choose between the plant-based or beef patty served alongside bacon, cheddar, lettuce and a potato wedge. Or go for the Tiger Prawns that’s been cooked to a crisp with masala mayo and curry leaves. The bar has also introduced new additions to its menu, including wok-fried Cantonese Style Fried Rice, Braised Angus Beef Cheek and Hong Kong Style Steam Cod.

Robb tip: Wash it all down with two hours of free-flow Champagne and selected cocktails for an additional S$58 per person. The cocktails menu, which is now on its third volume, sees 16 stunning cocktails inspired by the history and culture of Asia Pacific.

MO Bar
Level 4, Mandarin Oriental Singapore
5 Raffles Avenue
Singapore 039797
Tel: +65 6885 3500


Saturday and Sunday Brunch
Saturday and Sunday, 12pm to 2.30pm
S$98 per adult for free-flow regular soft drinks
Top up S$40 for free-flow prosecco and beer inclusive of house wines or S$90 for free-flow of Champagne Bruno Paillard Première Cuvée, beer and house wines

What about: Waking up early on the weekends will not be a chore when you know there’s a grand spread awaiting you at Garibaldi. With an assortment of fresh pasta, antipasti, seafood & meat, start with the Fresh Burrata Cheese with San Marzano Tomatoes & Basil (a must-try) and Salmon Tartare with Avocado, Smoked Caviar and Orange Foam before digging into mains like Spaghetti with Calamari, Zucchini, Taggiasche Olives and Bottarga. Don’t stop there when there’s a selection of mini sweet delicacies.

Robb tip: This is one of the rare restaurants on the list that offer Champagne brunch on both Saturdays and Sundays.

36 Purvis Street
Singapore 188613
Tel: +65 6837 1468


Sunday Brunch
Every Sunday, 12pm to 3pm
S$98 per adult for food only
Top up S$60 for free-flow Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut Champagne, certified sustainable red and white wines, G&Ts, a selection of martinis and beer

What about: Here, sustainable food is the name of the game and the restaurant does its best to source for ethical catch, especially at the seafood counter. A glorious spread awaits guests, featuring an array of free-flow appetisers and desserts. Choose one main from the menu, be it the Australian beef prime rib for two or the Sustainable Market Fish topped with lemon and chimichurri. Do keep an eye out for the wine stations, which are smartly placed close to various counters for no-brainer drink pairing options.

Robb tip: There’s an artisanal gin bar featuring handcrafted labels including St. George and Iron Balls, with specific tonics and garnishes for each gin. Or go for Mezza9’s famed martinis.

Mezzanine Level
Grand Hyatt Singapore
10 Scotts Road
Singapore 228211
Tel: +65 6732 1234