Easter Sunday falls on April 4, 2021 this year, which makes it a perfect excuse to celebrate with the family on a day out. From Peranakan fare to a spread of fresh seafood and even afternoon tea, these places will be where you’d want to make a reservation for your Easter brunch pronto!
It’s truly a feast at One-Ninety Restaurant’s Easter Sunday brunch. Priced at SG$148 per person and SG$68 for kiddos aged 5 to 12, dig into an endless selection of seafood on ice, veggies galore at the salad station, as well as over 20 varieties of cheese. On top of your main dish of choice, there are 4 live stations you’ll be salivating for too: Baked Salmon, Roasted Peking Duck, Slow-Roasted Lamb, and Slow-Roasted Wagyu Beef Rump – yum!
One-Ninety, Four Seasons Hotel, 190 Orchard Blvd, Singapore 248646, +65 6734 1110, Website
For one day only, Porta is offering two different kinds of brunch platters to save you the trouble of wondering what to order. The Family Favourite Platter includes the likes of French Toast and Chicken Chipolata Sausage, while the Fantastic Feast Platter has Eggs Benedict with Pork Ham and irresistible Crispy Bacon. Each platter costs SG$45 and they’re available for dine-in. Order for home delivery before April 1st and get a 15% discount with the code “EASTER15”!
Porta, Park Hotel Clarke Quay, 1 Unity St, Singapore 237983, +65 6593 8888, Website
Those with a huge appetite will love the selection of dishes at Alley On 25’s Easter Extravaganza Weekend Brunch. From SG$88 per pax, you’ll get to enjoy all-you-can-eat platters of specialty eggs, gourmet sausages, ham, and roasted potatoes, among other bites. There‘s also a seafood station, burger mains, and salad bowls so you can have your pick at everything. Make sure to indulge in the free-flow dessert selection of waffles, cakes and ice cream too!
Alley On 25, Andaz Singapore, Level 25, 5 Fraser St, Singapore 189354, +65 6408 1288, Website
Located on the 70th floor of Swissotel The Stamford hotel, bask in a magnificent view of Singapore’s skyline as you wine and dine on Easter weekend. Skai’s menu consists of tantalizing items like Lobster Miso Soup, Steak with Chips and Peppercorn, and Truffle Mushroom Macaroni. End your meal on a sweet note thanks to their Easter-themed desserts like Snow Egg with Passionfruit and Coconut, and Bunny Spice Carrot Cake.
Skai, Swissotel The Stamford, 2 Stamford Rd, Singapore 178882, +65 6431 6156, Website
Hilton Singapore’s Easter Sunday Semi-Buffet Brunch at Opus Bar & Grill will be the perfect way to end off your week. Available between 12.30pm to 3pm, have your fill of dishes like fresh seafood, foie gras, and artisanal cheeses for SG$108. Add some free-flow bubbly to your meal by topping up SG$30 or SG$50, or you can even choose the Easter High Tea Set & Stay instead at SG$245 to make it a staycation with the fam!
Opus Bar & Grill, Hilton Singapore, 581 Orchard Rd, Lobby Level, Singapore 238883, +65 6730 3390, Website
Try something unique this Easter at Kin restaurant! Chef Damian will whip up his specialty dish Beef Murtabak (SG$22), which is filled with fragrant ground beef, cinnamon spices, onions, and tomatoes. Couple this with other Peranakan cultural classics from their expansive menu like the Babi Pongteh (braised pork stew, SG$42) and Buah Keluak Fried Rice (SG$30).
Kin, 31 Bukit Pasoh Rd, Singapore 089845, +65 63209180, Website
Looking for a brunch spot that’s affordable? You’ll find it at Ellenborough Market Café, where prices are only SG$62 for adults and SG$31 for kids. Some of the bites to treat yourself with include foie gras deviled egg and foie gras kueh pie tee. That’s not all – for some added fun, tables with 6 or more diners will get to crack 2 sure-win lucky eggs containing mystery prizes worth up to SG$100!
Ellenborough Market Café, Swissotel Merchant Court, 20 Merchant Rd, Singapore 058281, +65 6239 1847, Website
For Easter weekend, bring along the family for a lavish spread filled with delights including Bacon and Leek Quiche, Butter Roasted Boston Lobster, and Deviled Eggs. A special prize of a hotel stay awaits the best dressed Easter-themed couple, so make sure to put on your most creative outfits! Prices start at SG$98 for adults and SG$49 for kids between 6 and 12 years old, with access to a free-flow carving station. Kids below 6 dine for free!
SO Singapore, 35 Robinson Rd, Singapore 068876, +65 6701 6800, Website
Mark your calendar for Easter brunch at Winestone! They’ll be offering European dishes like cold-cut platters and seafood free-flow for your dining pleasure. Keep an eye out for their creative Easter dessert creations, that will surely delight the younger ones too. Brunch alone starts at SG$98, but for something more to cheers to, top-up SG$30 to make your brunch a boozy one or 2 whole hours.
Winestone, Novotel Singapore, 30 Stevens Rd, #01-09, Singapore 257840, +65 6491 6100, Website
To have a chill Easter in an aesthetically delightful setting, The Grand Lobby will have your back. Enjoy light bites like sandwiches in options of ham and cheese, smoked salmon and even lobster mayo. Little ones can satisfy their sweet tooth with the array of Easter cupcakes, hot cross buns, and scones! Prices start at SG$88 per guest.
The Grand Lobby, Raffles Singapore, 1 Beach Rd, Singapore 189673, +65 63371886, Website