Easter brunches in Singapore, 2018: Egg hunts, Champagne, buffets and more

Easter Brunches in Singapore

Yet another public holiday in our city that involves indulging and chilling the weekend away

Thinking of what to do during the upcoming long weekend that is Good Friday / Easter Sunday? Doesn’t matter that you didn’t make plans to go on a holiday, because our city has always plenty to do, especially when it involves satiating our appetites (with a copious amount of booze).

From amazing Champagne brunches and themed delights to epic egg hunts and ‘glamping’ adventures, here are seven hotels with befitting-enough festive fare and fun.

Andaz Singapore

With a wave of the enchanted Easter wand, Andaz transforms its culinary hub of seven restaurants and bars, Alley on 25, into just one seamless dining venue for a day. A champagne brunch, in fact.

Witness an extensive buffet spread featuring signatures and festive specials from each. Highlights include Baked shakshuka, Coq au vin, Herb-crusted lamb rack, a seafood bar with Canadian lobsters, and a range of whimsical Easter chocolates, just to name a few.

And about that champagne. Relish in unlimited glasses of Delamotte Champagne, wines, and Andaz Pale Ale. Don’t worry about your little ones feeling neglected whilst you indulge. They will be kept busy with activities organised by the hotel.

Easter Champagne Brunch
1 April
12pm – 3pm
Adults: $118++ with a free flow of non-alcoholic beverages, $168++ with a free flow of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages
Children: $59++

Alley on 25
Level 25
Andaz Singapore
5 Fraser Street
Singapore 189354
Tel: +65 6408 1234

Capella Singapore

Capella Singapore is also using the transformative powers of Easter — turning the resort’s Grand Ballroom Foyer into a garden-themed playground and live kitchen.

Live stations will serve dishes a la minute, and you can expect an impressive spread of rotisserie meats, fresh seafood platters, pastas, cheeses, a Mediterranean-inspired line-up, and of course Asian fare. For dessert fans, feast your hearts and eyes on an expanded selection of handcrafted Easter-themed sweet treats.

Kids are in for a blast, too. Try not to lose them in the ball pit after they have their faces and Easter eggs painted. Plus, resort’s annual Easter Egg Hunt also hides 10 lovely prizes, including a one-night stay at the hotel.

Easter Sunday Brunch at Grand Ballroom Foyer
1 April
12.30pm – 3pm
Adults: $208++ with a free flow of juices and soft drinks, $238++ with a free flow of Taittinger Champagnes, wines, beers, juices and soft drinks, $268++ with a free flow of vintage Champagnes, wines, beers, juices and soft drinks
Children: S$78++ (four to six years old), $118++ (seven to 12 years old) both with a free flow of juices and soft drinks

1 The Knolls
Sentosa Island Singapore
Singapore 098297
Tel: +65 6377 8888

Marina Bay Sands

Easter celebrations have already started at Marina Bay Sands, with its many acclaimed restaurants offering special menus and activities.

Over the Easter weekend, children can showcase the artists in them by decorating cookies and Easter Eggs at Bread Street Kitchen by Gordon Ramsay. A photo booth is set to capture this fun-filled day.

Fans of fried chicken should head to The Bird Southern Table and Bar, which will offer an all-you-can-eat special for one day only. Those with a sweet tooth shouldn’t miss SweetSpot’s artfully designed cartoon Chocolate Easter Eggs, along with the Bunny Cream Cheese Carrot Cake. For those who would like to stick to a gourmet buffet brunch, look no further than Rise, as the international buffet restaurant tops up its buffet spread with an array of hearty specials like Beef Wellington and Slow-cooked Spanish Iberico Pork Shoulder.

Easter Merriment
31 March to 1 April
Prices vary depending on restaurant

Marina Bay Sands
10 Bayfront Avenue
Singapore 018956
Tel: +65 6688 8868

The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore

Just down the street, The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore is holding its own Easter revelry with festive dining options, spa retreats and — wait for it — a Ritz Kids Night Safari Adventure.

At Colony, a Charlie and the Chocolate Factory-themed vintage Champagne brunch extravaganza awaits. Easter delights include Gold Braid Eggs with Avruga Caviar and Easter Pie with Black Forest Ham and Ricotta. Those who want to keep things sweet and light can head a few steps away to Chihuly Lounge for its Easter afternoon tea buffet (S$$68++ per adult, $34++ per child) with delectable bites of egg cocotte and gourmet sandwiches.

Treat the kids to a unique Easter glamping adventure with the Ritz Kids Night Safari Adventures (from $880++ per night). A sleeping tent will be pitched in the room, complete with plush toys, virtual star gazing, and turndown snacks.

Easter Vintage Champagne Brunch
1 April
12pm – 3.30pm
Adults: $228++ with a free flow of Moet and Chandon Grand Vintage Blanc 2008 and Rose 2008, an Easter-themed mocktail and house red and white wines, $468++ with a free flow of Dom Perignon
Children: $49.50++ (three to five years old), $99++ (six to 12 years old), both with a free flow of soft drinks and fruit-flavoured sparkling mineral water

The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore
7 Raffles Avenue
Singapore 039799
Tel: +65 6434 5111

Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa

The acclaimed Magnifique Sofitel Sentosa Easter Brunch returns to international buffet restaurant Kwee Zeen. This time, survey almost 20 different ateliers that include seafood and caviar stations, a foie gras gallery, fromage & charcuteries, and a dessert trolley featuring handcrafted fresh truffles, cakes, and confectionary.

The signature Sofitel Easter Bunny will make its yearly appearance to take your kids on an adventure while you dine.

Magnifique Sofitel Sentosa Easter Brunch
1 April
12.30pm – 3.30pm
Adults: $168++ with a free flow of soft drinks and juices, $198++ with a free flow of
Taittinger Champagnes
Children: $78++ (five to 11 years old) with a free flow of soft drinks and juices

Kwee Zeen
Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa
2 Bukit Manis Road
Sentosa Island
Singapore 099891
Tel: +65 6708 8310

Sofitel Singapore City Centre

For those who wish to keep the party in the heart of town, you’ll be pleased to find out that Racines at Sofitel Singapore City Centre will now offer weekend brunches.

And when better to start than in the spirit of renewal of Easter Sunday itself. You’re in for a treat with Maine lobsters from both the ice atelier and hot stove station. And don’t forget to get your serving of Easter Lamb Rack from the carving stand. To commemorate the opening, everyone will receive a parting gift and 20 per cent off their next visit.

Easter Sunday Family Brunch at Racines
1 April
12.30pm – 3pm
Adults: $118++ with a free flow of juices, $138++ with a free flow of wines and beers, $178++ with a free flow of Champagne, wines and beers
Children: $58++ (below 12 years old)

Level 6

Sofitel Singapore City Centre
9 Wallich Street
Singapore 078885
Tel: +65 6428 5000

The St. Regis Singapore

For those who simply want an exceptional gourmet experience, head over to The St. Regis  Singapore where a lavish brunch awaits.

Revel in an afternoon of savoury delights, live music, and finest champagnes at Brasserie Les Saveurs. Main courses specially crafted for the season include an Oven-roasted Australian Lamb Leg with Herbs and Rosemary Sauce and a Half Maine Lobster Thermidor.

 Easter Day Champagne Brunch
1 April
12pm – 3pm
Adults: $168++ with a free flow of coffee and tee, $198++ with a free flow of wines, beers and juices, $228++ with a free flow of R de Ruinart Brut NV, wines, beers and juices, $418++ with a free flow of Krug Grand Cuvee NV, wines, beers and juices

Brasserie Les Saveurs
Level 1

The St. Regis Singapore
29 Tanglin Road
Singapore 247911
Tel: +65 6506 6888

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