Get together with family and friends over a hearty meal at an egg-citing Easter brunch in Singapore 2019. From live stations to “egg-spired” dishes to egg hunts, Easter brunches are special occasions that the whole family can enjoy.
We round up restaurants and places where you can hatch a plan for Easter brunch in Singapore 2019.
Easter Brunch Singapore 2019
Edge, Pan Pacific Singapore
Pan Pacific Singapore celebrates Easter 2019 with a medley of picture-perfect treats available now from Pacific Marketplace, as well as a lively buffet brunch spread at the Edge’s Easter Sunday Champagne Brunch on 21 April 2019.
While you knock back the bubblies, indulge in a sumptuous feast of roasts from Edge’s carvery, and tuck into the Chef’s Special of Shellfish Seafood Risotto that will be served tableside. For a sweet conclusion to the gastronomic meal, delight in a magnificent spread of Easter-themed desserts including classic delights such as Hot Cross Buns, Colourful Easter Eggs, and Banoffee Eclair.
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Edge’s young guests will also be treated to an afternoon of fun with activities such as an Easter Egg Hunt, and Face and Hand painting.
15 Stamford by Alvin Leung, The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore
15 Stamford by Alvin Leung at The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore is all fired up to celebrate its first Easter weekend in the Lion City. At this Easter Sunday brunch in Singapore, guests can look forward to eight live stations, enticing chilled seafood and sashimi to a farm cheese and charcuterie table, stacked with freshly-shucked oysters, Chardonnay-poached prawns, and cold cuts of Black Forest ham and jamon Iberico.
The whole family is also invited to a special reading of Little Godwit Finds His Wings by award-winning author Emily Lim-Leh and young guests can look forward to fun and games like an Egg Dance, an Egg and Spoon Race, and of course, the quintessential Easter Egg Hunt.
Basilico, Regent Singapore
Basilico, Regent Singapore’s award-winning Italian restaurant serves up springtime favourites this Easter in the form of Oven-Baked New Zealand Lamb Carre crusted with Bronte Pistachios and Chanterelle Mushrooms. Choose from a selection of 50 Italian cheeses and enjoy while a long “Egg and Bunny” themed table of decadent desserts with Hot Cross Buns, Chocolate Caramel Pecan Fudge Brownies, Easter Egg Almond Shortbread and Madagascan Chocolate Raspberry Tarts.
The little ones will be suitably entertained all day in the supervised Kiddies Playland, complete with a bouncy castle, arts & crafts, face painting, balloon sculpting, and other fun activities like an Easter Egg Hunt, and a special visit from the Easter Bunny.
Carousel, Royal Plaza on Scotts
Trust Carousel at Royal Plaza on Scotts to put a very local twist on Easter Sunday – hot cross mantous, anyone?
Expect Singaporean snacks and traditional Easter delights served out of a Kacang Puteh cart, and a guest appearance by Mr Easter “Kacang Puteh” Bunny as you indulge in the likes of Wok-Fried Cereal Prawns with Chilli Padi, Oven-Roasted Whole Baby Lamb, and Grilled Barbecue Sambal Stingray.
Children participating in Carousel’s Singaporeanised Easter Egg Hunt will not only get to enjoy lots of chocolate Easter Eggs, they will also get to pick a prize from the tikam-tikam board, a traditional game of luck played back in the day.
Hotel Fort Canning
Hotel Fort Canning’s annual Easter in the Park event returns this year, themed “Friends of the Forest”. This Easter brunch in Singapore 2019 will fill your growling tummies with Classic Salmon Devilled Eggs, Plum-glazed Gammon Ham, and Saltbush Leg of Lamb. Round off your Easter Brunch on a sweet note with the hotel’s amazing dessert spread of Easter favourites including hot cross buns, layer cakes, and cutesy baby bunny cookies.
While mums and dads have their plates full, the little ones will have their hands full! In addition to activities such as the Friends of the Forest Best Dressed Contest, and an Easter Egg Hunt, there will also be a movie screening in the Kids’ Play Zone, and a Bouncy Castle.
Le Meridien Singapore, Sentosa
If you’ve been looking for a reason to visit Sentosa Island, how about popping into Le Meridien Singapore, Sentosa for their EASTER EGGSTRAVA-GRAZA!
Le Meridien Singapore, Sentosa’s signature all-day dining restaurant, Latest Recipe, will host the hotel’s Easter Brunch on Sunday 21 April 2019. Guests will be treated to Easter delights such as Roast Leg of Lamb and Beef Lasagne.
The little ones can participate in a host of Easter-themed activities like Easter Egg Painting, and Balloon Sculpting.
Marriott Cafe, Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel
Overflowing with more than 80 different dishes, Marriott Cafe’s Easter Brunch spread will feature the freshest and finest seafood like Lobster Thermidor and Grilled Crayfish with Chimichurri; and Asian and Western delights, such as Seared Duck Foie Gras with Brioche and Apricot Glaze, and Crispy Roast Chicken and Roast Pork Belly.
Apart from Chocolate Eggs and Bunnies, Marriott Cafe’s exciting mélange of Easter-themed desserts include Giant Chocolate Egg Tiramisu, Baileys Mousse, and an Orange Chocolate Fountain just to name but a few.
Melt Cafe, Mandarin Oriental Singapore
Make like Alice down the rabbit hole to Melt Cafe at Mandarin Oriental on Easter Sunday for a lavish brunch of Boston Lobsters, Wagyu Beef Tomahawk Steak, Chilli Crab with Fried Mantou, and Yuzu Strawberry Mousse.
Send the restless little ones off to get their faces painted, or take part in Melt Cafe’s Golden Egg Hunt as a family. Three lucky guests will walk away with dining vouchers or a luxurious one-night stay in Mandarin Oriental Singapore.
Porta, Park Hotel Clarke Quay
Wake the whole family up nice and early for Easter Brunch 2019 at Porta in Park Hotel Clarke Quay. Choose your preferred main from the all-new brunch menu, alongside unlimited servings of sides, appetisers, salads and desserts. Must-tries include a glorious Whole Roasted Salmon with Lemon Dill and Bearnaise Sauce from the Live Carving station, and your choice of sweets and fruits dipped in the always-flowing Chocolate Fountain.
Easter Sunday would not be complete without activities such as Easter Egg Painting, and Easter Bunny Mask Making. Porta’s specially-decorated playroom – that houses a fun caterpillar tunnel and rocking horses – will be awaiting its little guests with bated breath.
Super Loco Robertson Quay
Super Loco at Robertson Quay has a whole slew of fun activities from 11 am to 2 pm. There’ll be Face Painting (so your little one can look like a luchador!), an Easter Egg Piñata Bash, an Arts & Crafts station, a Meet-and-Greet with Super Loco’s friendly mascot, Luchador, and a very special Easter Egg Hunt!
Tummies will also be filled to the brim – mummies and daddies will love Super Loco’s Free Range Eggs Benedict and Burrito Bowl, while the little ones cannot go past a Chicken & Cheese Taco.
The Line, Shangri-La Hotel, Singapore
Be enchanted this Easter at The Line where grown-ups can enjoy specialty dishes such as Scallop Gratin with Truffle Hollandaise, and Pan-seared Foie Gras with Kumquat Compote, while the little ones are entertained by Face Painting, Balloon Sculpting, and an Easter Egg Hunt.
As you make your way to The Line for your Easter Buffet Brunch, feast your eyes on the spectacular chocolate installation displayed in the Tower Wing Lobby. Inspired by Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, the Enchanted Chocolate Garden is entirely handmade, and features the likes of Willy Wonka, and Violet Beauregarde.
The Clifford Pier, The Fullerton Bay Hotel
For one day only on Easter Sunday, The Clifford Pier will serve up their Easter Edition Sunday Brunch which replaces their regular Dim Sum Brunch.
Guests can expect a traditional Easter Brunch spread, featuring 16 stations, and the likes of popular buffet brunch staples such as Slow Roasted Prime Rib, Whole Confit Salmon, alongside Easter favourites like “Torta Pasqualina”, a traditional Italian Easter Ricotta and Spinach Tart.
Children will be kept happy and entertained with finger food, and arts and craft in the dedicated Kids’ Room, until it’s time for The Fullerton Bay Hotel’s annual Easter Egg Hunt at The Floating Pods!
Fill your tummies at Fat Chap’s Easter Eggstravaganza on Sunday, 21 April 2019, with Easter-themed delights inspired by Asian street food and traditional comforts. Feast on Ramen egg on Crispy Potato Nest, Balinese Pork Ribs, as well as sweet treats like Carrot Cake, Bunny-shaped Cookies and Easter Egg Mini Cheesecakes.
Activities for kids include Flatbread Making Workshops, Egg Painting a mini Easter Egg Hunt.
Town Restaurant, The Fullerton Hotel
There’s something for everyone at Town Restaurant’s Sunday Champagne Brunch Buffet; think fresh seafood and assorted caviar, a 24-Hour Slow Roasted U.S. Wagyu Beef Leg with Yorkshire Pudding and a sweet spread of more than 20 different desserts at this Easter brunch in Singapore 2019.
A dedicated Kid’s Corner will keep Town Restaurant’s young guests entertained with activities such as Easter Egg Decorating. There’s also the Fullerton Hotel’s annual Easter Egg Hunt at the East Garden to look forward to!
Zafferano Italian Restaurant & Lounge
Celebrate the convivial spirit of Easter traditions with loved ones, family, and friends over a sumptuous ‘Italian Table’ Easter Brunch at Zafferano Italian Restaurant & Lounge on Saturday, 20 April 2019.
In the spirit of the occasion, Head Chef Emanuele Faggi offers traditional festive fare exclusive to the Easter Brunch; think torta pasqualina, a spinach and ricotta cheese quiche which originated in Liguria, Tuscany, and Roasted Lamb with Onion Compote and Mustard Sauce, a must-have festive dish at Italian feasts.
Children brunching at Zafferano on Saturday will be kept busy with Easter Egg painting using chocolate sauce, and colourful nonpareil sprinkles.