Bookmark our guide on the best brunch spots in Singapore for the next time your cravings hit.
Going out for a spot of brunch in Singapore is the only reason we drag our butts out of bed on weekend mornings. Are you looking for a new dining haunt to get a hearty English breakfast? Or are you simply out of lunch spots in the CBD? No matter what you need, we’ve got it covered. Here’s our big list of brilliant brunches to nibble your way across all neighbourhoods.
Best brunch spots in Singapore
1. Alley on 25 by Andaz Singapore: Affordable and incredible breakfast buffet
We can’t think of a better place to spend a blissful weekend or a public holiday. Alley on 25 by Andaz Singapore does one incredible Lazy Breakfast and it’s the perfect excuse to drag yourself out of bed on weekends. At just $50, the feast includes a sprawling breakfast buffet and one a la carte order. From 12pm – 2.30pm, relish brekkie classics like eggs benedict, breakfast burger, smoked salmon bagel and lobster mac and cheese. The spread also includes a continental station for a variety of bread, cereals, cold cuts and superfoods at the salad bar. Wanna turn it into a free-flow boozy brekkie? Top up $45 to sip on wine, prosecco and beer.
Alley on 25 by Andaz Singapore, 5 Fraser Street, Singapore 198354
2. Xperience at So/ Singapore: Insane brunch towers with free-flow booze
Prepare to be floored by this ‘mother of all brunches’, held on Saturdays at 12pm. We’re talking about a delicious, three-tiered feast (from $128 for 2 to 3 pax) filled with sweet and savoury delights. Think chocolate fondue, waffles, charcuterie, beef ribeye, roasted sea bass… and the list goes on. Oh, and we have to mention the ice cream cone at the top of the brunch tower. It’s specially created to stay chilled for up to 45 minutes – so you have time to eat your way up before it melts! In the mood for booze? Add on a two-hour free-flow alcohol option (from $48) for prosecco or champagne. But, the gin cart ($68) is our pick – mix and match your choice of G&Ts, or let the resident mixologist surprise you!
Xperience at So/ Singapore, 35 Robinson Road, Singapore 068876
3. Tolido’s Espresso Nook: Cosy brunch with terrific coffee
For your dose of brunch any time of the day, hit up this cafe for all-day breakfast delights. Take your pick from shakshouka eggs, truffle scrambled eggs, stout-glazed bacon French toast, rosti or banana pancakes. Best of all, you can walk it off by exploring the surrounding Kampong Glam area afterwards.
Tolido’s Espresso Nook, #01-63, 462 Crawford Lane, Singapore 190462
4. Common Man Coffee Roasters: One of the best coffees in town
We’re going out on a limb to say that Common Man Coffee Roasters probably has the best coffee in town. But you’re not here just for that, are you? Get your all-day brunch fix with the full breakfast starring eggs done your way, bacon, pork sausage, herbed tomato, hashbrowns, mushroom and house-made chorizo baked beans. Or try the croissant croque monsieur for a carby meal. End it on a sweet note with caramelised bananas atop fluffy pancakes.
Common Man Coffee Roasters, #01-00, 22 Martin Road, Singapore 239058
5. Neon Pigeon: For big and bold flavours
From Keong Saik to Carpenter Street, Neon Pigeon has found a new coop. Swing by for weekend brunch with beats and booze complemented by unconventional treats. Start with oysters from the raw bar, followed by mains like matcha chia seed pudding or Birdfeed Benedict (unagi toast with spinach and poached eggs). The katsu sando or wagyu steak and eggs are popular dishes, too. But if you’re feeling indulgent, opt for The Boozy Bento Brunch ($49 per pax) to get a snack, main, appetiser and dessert. Top up $75 for a two-hour free-flow of wine, lager and cocktails!
Neon Pigeon, #01-01, 36 Carpenter Street, Singapore 059915
6. Grub: Brunch at the park
For a chill weekend with a side of greenery, hop over to Grub. Brunch on Saturdays and Sundays lasts from 9am to 5pm, so you can choose to have an early one or sleep in till late. Get the brunch plate with ciabatta, scrambled eggs, sauteed mushrooms and chicken cheese sausages to go with your matcha latte. Or go for the English brekkie with ciabatta, pork patty, baked beans, scrambled eggs and grilled tomatoes. Either way, you’ll be well satisfied.
Grub, Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park, Pond Gardens, 510 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1, Singapore 569983
7. Nassim Hill Bakery Bistro Bar: Casual brunch for chillin’
Whether you’re at the original location or heading to the Somerset pop-up, Nassim Hill plates out great brunch faves from Tuesdays to Sundays till 3pm. Sip on your coffee as you dine on classics like skillet eggs, buttermilk pancakes and cheddar cheese bacon waffles. Oh, and don’t forget to get your hands on the limited brioche donuts filled with chocolate or kaya.
Nassim Hill Bakery Bistro Bar, multiple locations including Killiney Road and Tanglin Road
8. Basilico at Regent Singapore: Sumptuous Italian brunch buffet
To make weekend brunch a fancy affair, head to Basilico (from $83 per pax) and indulge in the lavish spread. From 12pm to 3pm, you’ll be treated to dishes like grilled angus beef tenderloin, fresh seafood, pan-roasted foie gras and more. Plus, don’t forget the cheese counter starring over 30 Italian-farmed varieties, as well as tableside servings of fresh black truffle risotto with porcini mushrooms on parmesan wheels. End off with mini desserts and scoops of sorbet or ice cream.
Basilico at Regent Singapore, 1 Cuscaden Road, Singapore 249715
9. Oriole Coffee + Bar: Brunch with a cuppa joe
Adding to the smorgasbord of brunch options in the city is Oriole Coffee + Bar. The all-day menu features hearty and comforting breakfast treats like smoked salmon benedict, vanilla hotcakes and a fully loaded plate of sourdough toast, bacon, eggs, mushrooms and avocado. Food coma got you sleepy? Perk up with an espresso!
Oriole Coffee + Bar, multiple locations including Pan Pacific Serviced Suites and Capitol Piazza
10. Kinki Restaurant + Bar: Japanese bottomless brunch
Tucked away in a historic building that sits in front of Singapore’s beautiful Marina Bay waterfront, Kinki Restaurant is an urban Japanese spot that packs a punch. Recently revamped with a bolder look and bigger flavours, the dining experience here is edgy and sophisticated. Its bottomless brunch ($68 per pax) on Saturdays and public holidays starts from 12pm, feeding you with fresh sushi and sashimi, maki rolls, wagyu udon, ramen and more.
Kinki Restaurant + Bar, #02-02, Customs House, 70 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049323
11. Artichoke: Brunch from the dude-Sin master
Trust Bjorn Shen – the wackiest chef we know – to whip up Middle Eastern-influenced dishes your taste buds won’t let you forget. The weekend brunch menu is ever-changing, but to give you an idea of what to expect, items like crab and bacon toast, crispy lamb floss (twice-cooked lamb with runny hummus) and shakshuka have graced the menu. All dishes are served in sharing portions.
Artichoke, 161 Middle Road, Singapore 188978
12. OverEasy: All-American diner brunch
Best cure for a hangover? Nothing like a delish all-American brunch in Singapore. OverEasy has just the right remedy for your weekend. We’d make a beeline for the English muffin packed with a sunny-side-up egg, streaky bacon and wagyu chuck blend patty. From 12pm to 3pm, dishes like the ultimate diner breakfast, pastrami sandwich and smashed avocado toast are available, too. Still feel that buzz? That’s just your satisfied stomach.
OverEasy, #01-06, One Fullerton, 1 Fullerton Road, Singapore 049213
13. The Providore: All-in-one brunch
With a cafe, deli, bakery and grocery store rolled into one, you’ll probably be spending the whole morning at The Providore. But first, brunch! Breakfast treats are served till 11.30am on weekdays and 3pm on weekends and public holidays. So come early to chow down on organic muesli, English breakfast, Spanish baked eggs, ricotta pancakes and more.
The Providore, multiple locations including Downtown Gallery and Mandarin Gallery
14. Symmetry: Eggs, eggs and more eggs!
Good news: here’s where you can get your weekday fill of brunch. Served Mondays to Saturdays till 4pm (till 5.30pm on Sundays), brunch is all about eggs at this OG cafe. The line-up features eggy variations served with the big breakfast platter, crab benedict and lamb shakshouka. Don’t forget to wash it down with a strong cup of joe.
Symmetry, 9 Jalan Kubor, Singapore 199206
15. PS.Cafe: The one brunch lovers flock to
This popular cafe in Singapore needs no introduction, but that’s not stopping us from raving about its brunch! Choose from fluffy pancakes, eggs benedict, fish and chips or a hulking burger to kickstart your day. You can even dive into pizzas, pastas and salads to go with your fruit soda, kombucha, freshly pressed juice or ice cream shake.
PS.Cafe, multiple locations including Ann Siang Hill and Great World
16. Super Loco Robertson Quay: It’s all about the Mexican munchies
Fancy a Mexican brunch by Singapore’s relaxing waterfront? One of our favourite spots, Super Loco puts out amazing brunch creations during the weekend, from 9am to 2.30pm. Dig into blue corn waffles, tacos, quesadillas, DIY brekkie plates and Mexican tortas – everything’s a burst of flavours! And pair them with frozen margaritas – because why not?
Super Loco Robertson Quay, #01-13, The Quayside, 60 Robertson Quay, Singapore 238252
17. Working Title: Burgers for brunch
Our two favourite B-words come together on the halal-certified Working Title’s brunch menu. The Arab Street cafe dishes out daily brunch grub from 9am to 3pm – perfect for early birds and late risers. You’ll be well fed with plates of spiced guac on toasted sourdough, poached eggs with coffee braised beef cheeks, and corn crusted chicken on a bagel with chipotle slaw.
Working Title, 783 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198751
18. Penny University: Brunchin’ in the east
This cosy little cafe on East Coast Road champions the “made in Singapore” concept. These folks source their coffee beans from local roasters, serve bread baked fresh daily in the area, and often collaborate with local bakers. Pop by daily anytime between 8am and 4pm and pick from chia seed smoothie bowl, French toast and chicken karaage waffles. Solid choices like the Turkish eggs and Penny’s mac and cheese are must-haves, too.
Penny University, 402 East Coast Road, Singapore 428997
19. Tanjong Beach Club: All-day beachside brunch
Sun, sand and a scrumptious brunch – this beach club has it all. It’s the perfect place to sit back and pretend you’re on a mini vacay. The all-day restaurant by the beach will have you spoilt for choice with goodies such as acai bowl, corn fritters, brioche French toast and toasted banana bread. And what’s a beachside brunch without tropical tipples? Wash it all down with refreshing cocktails like watermelon cooler and summer sangria.
Tanjong Beach Club, 120 Tanjong Beach Walk, Sentosa, Singapore 098942
20. The Lokal: For a dose of Melbourne vibes
The Lokal offers plenty of Aussie-inspired creations. If you’d like to customise your own all-day brekkie special, you can choose from the extensive list of sides. Housemade ricotta, cold-smoked salmon, dry-cured bacon, eggs, toast… you’re going to have to make some big decisions. Otherwise, the avocado and ricotta toast with pomelo, almonds and olive oil is a fab treat.
The Lokal, 136 Neil Road, Singapore 088865
21. Sprmrkt: Brunch with a side of art
At Sprmrkt (short for ‘supermarket’), the focus is on fresh produce – and, of course, a mix of dining, retail and art. The brunch menu, available from 9am to 5pm, consists of classic offerings. Select from the hearty breakfast platter, the three-egg omelette with gammon ham, buttermilk pancakes with fried egg or French toast topped with lovely berries.
Sprmrkt, multiple locations including Cluny Court and Dempsey Hill
22. Lola’s Cafe: Comfort food in a cosy space
This fan fave in Singapore has been around for years, hitting it out of the park with amazing brunch options. Crab cake benedict, angus beef burger, miso salmon grain bowl, chicken and basil pesto sandwich… there’s plenty to choose from. No wonder we keep going back. Check it out for yourself from 10am to 3pm on weekdays, with weekends extended till 3.30pm.
Lola’s Cafe, 5 Simon Road, Singapore 545893
23. The Beast: For some Louisiana lovin’
Fried chicken and waffles, pulled pork hash and a Southern-style big breakfast – these are just some of the sinful American treats you can feast on at The Beast. Alternatively, go for pulled pork tacos, catfish and chips or the farmboy burger. Don’t forget to order the sweet tea cocktail for the full experience!
The Beast, 17 Jalan Klapa, Singapore 199329
24. Sarnies: Brunch in the CBD
For all meals big or small, Sarnies is here to make your weekend extra special. Available from 8.30am to 3.30pm, the brunch menu takes your dining experience from savoury to sweet. It’s got a fair mix of egg-cellent options in the form of croissants, avocado toasts, omelettes and more. But all eyes are on the Fry Up – a platter of fried eggs, chorizo, ‘shrooms, beans, fried potatoes, home-cured bacon and buttered toast. Healthy acai bowls and salads are dished out as well, alongside pancakes and brioche French toast with berries.
Sarnies, 136 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 068601
25. One Man Coffee: French toast and brekkie platters
Perk up your morning with simple goodies like fruit yogurt bowl or croissant with scrambled eggs. More brunch options come in the form of smashed avo on sourdough, baked eggs cocotte and French toast. Or, try the all-in brekkie to fill up on chorizo, eggs, tater tots, bacon strips and sourdough.
One Man Coffee, multiple locations including Upper Thomson Road and Fusionopolis
So, which brunch spot in Singapore are you checking out first?