Easter Brunches 2020 in Singapore: Good Food, Egg Hunts & Chocolate Treats

Easter Brunches 2020 in Singapore: Good Food
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Easter 2020 falls on 12 April, 2 days after Good Friday which is on 10 April. During the Easter weekend, get some good food with friends and family at these Easter brunches 2020 in Singapore.

Easter Brunches 2020 in Singapore

Hotel Fort Canning

“Easter in the Park” is Hotel Fort Canning’s signature event that promises gastro-tainment galore on Easter Sunday. Fill hungry tummies with Grilled Black Pepper Smoked Duck with Orange Onion Salsa, hearty roasts from the carvery, and desserts like Cappuccino Walnut Cake. Kids are in for a treat with a dedicated kids’ buffet station, carnival-themed creative workshops and epic egg hunt at this Easter brunch 2020 in Singapore. Website

Andaz Singapore

Andaz Singapore - Easter Brunches 2020 in SingaporeIt’s Easter Weekend at Andaz Singapore and two of their dining establishments, Alley on 25 and 665°F are offering some deliciously good deals for Easter brunch 2020 in Singapore!

Enjoy an extensive Easter buffet at Alley on 25 with delights such as slow-roasted sirloin, baked salmon in beurre blanc sauce, Sarawak black pepper tiger prawns and free-flowing fresh seafood-on-ice bar. Little ones will be kept entertained throughout the Easter brunch with activities including an Easter egg hunt, face painting and a giant chocolate egg smash!

Book before 31 March 2020 to enjoy a special early bird price of $78++ (U.P. $88++) for adults. Children under 12 years old dine for free.

Be among the first to try 665°F’s Easter set lunch menu complete with a breath-taking skyline view from the restaurant’s beautiful interior. The three-course Easter set lunch menu consist of Deviled eggs with truffle mayo and sea walk, a braised lamb shank and a “flower pot” dessert. Dishes on the Easter menu are available for a la carte orders as well. Website

Marriott Café

Marriott Café - Easter Brunch 2020 SingaporeDelight in a spread of more than 90 Western and Asian delicacies including premium seafood on ice, Charcuterie & Cheese, a foie gras station and mouth-watering roasts. Don’t forget to save some room for over 25 creative desserts, including a Grand Easter Chocolate Eggs Display that is a feast for the eyes and tummy! Unwind with free-flow alcoholic drinks as well as alcoholic milkshakes and juices. The little ones aren’t left out and will have an afternoon of fun with activities such as Easter egg painting and balloon sculpting at this Easter brunch in Singapore for 2020. Website

Porta

PortaWe still look back fondly on our first visit to Porta with its homely and family friendly environment. Porta’s inclusive Easter brunch 2020 caters to many different diets and offers plant-based meat dishes, as well as those with special dietary requirements looking for nut-free, dairy-free, vegetarian options. Fill up tummies with an unlimited serving of sides, appetisers, salads and desserts too! Other than Easter Egg painting activities and Easter bunny designing, they will also have a specially decorated kids corner with toys for them to play while the adults dine. The Easter brunch goes for an attractive price of $39++ per adult and $16++ per child between 5 to 11 years.  Children below 5 years enjoy a complimentary Kids’ Dish of the Day. Website

Hilton Garden

Hilton Garden - Easter Brunch SingaporeThe Hilton Garden Inn Findlay’s 5th Annual Easter Brunch lets diners start the day a little earlier and is held at the hotel’s large event space. This brunch is conducted buffet style and includes a ham carving station, battered cod, garden salad, potato broccoli soup, Mexican casserole, and more. Add on a drink at the Bloody Mary Bar for $7 or sip a $5 mimosa!

The cost of brunch is $25 for adults, and $12 for children age 4 to 12 (gratuity and tax are included). Children under the age of 3 eat for free. RSVP is required to reserve a space. Website

Coleman’s Café

At Coleman’s Café, the extensive buffet, available for both lunch and dinner, includes free flow Juices, Assorted Sushi and Sashimi, Seafood on Ice, Cream of Roasted Pumpkin Soup with Hot Cross Bun, Dory Fillet with herbs “Beurre Blanc” and Mixed Nuts with Raisin Butter Rice, amongst others. There is also a live pasta station, a chocolate fondue, and a selection of ice cream with delightful toppings. The kids will be entertained at the candy corner and of many other egg-citing egg-hunting activities around the garden at the Patio. Website

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