Add a few mid-morning dining spots to your repertoire with our guide to finding the best brunches in Singapore!
Brunch in Singapore – the only reason we drag our butts out of bed at 10 in the morning during the weekend. Are you looking for a new dining haunt to get a hearty fry-up in the middle of the day? Or are you simply out of lunch spots in the CBD? Here’s our big list of brilliant brunches to check out across all neighbourhoods.
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 $39++ the feast includes a sprawling breakfast buffet and one ala carte order. From 11.30am – 2.30pm, relish brekkie classics like eggs Benedict, breakfast burger, smoked salmon bagel and quesadilla. The spread also includes a continental station for a variety of bread, gluten-free cereals, waffles, cold cuts and superfoods at the salad bar. Hit up the live egg counter that only uses cage-free chicken eggs from The Freedom Range Co and the Asian station for delicious congee, dim sum and veggie mee goreng. Wanna turn it into a free-flow boozy brekkie? Top up for $45++ and sip on wines, prosecco, spritz, draught beer and mojitos (from the DIY mojito bar).
Alley on 25 by Andaz Singapore, 5 Fraser Street, Singapore 198354
Oriole Coffee + Bar: A brunch with a cuppa Joe
Adding to the smorgasbord of brunch options in the city is Oriole Coffee + Bar’s all-new weekend brunch. The brunch features hearty and comforting breakfast-y treats like smoked salmon rosti, espresso hotcakes and the all-American fully loaded breakfast platter. Food coma got you sleepy? Perk up with an espresso!
Oriole Coffee + Bar, breakfast/brunch menu from 8am-6pm; 6 Somerset Road, Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Orchard, #01-01, Singapore 238163
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 menu’s 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 of course, a hearty serving of shakshuka have graced the menu. All dishes are served in sharing portions.
Artichoke, Sculpture Square, 161 Middle Road, Singapore 188978
OverEasy: An all-American diner brunch
Best cure for a hangover? Nothing like a delish all-American brunch. OverEasy has the right remedy for your weekend – think an English muffin packed with a sunny-side-up egg, streaky bacon, a signature wagyu chuck blend patty. breakfast rosti and a side of fries (The Hangover Party IV); or the Tex-Mex breakfast with Impossible Texas chilli. Still feel that buzz? That’s just your tummy rumbling.
OverEasy, brunch menu is served all day on weekends. Two locations at #01-01 Liat Towers, 541 Orchard Road, Singapore 23888 and #01-06 One Fullerton Road, Singapore 049213
Tanjong Beach Club: An 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. Their all-day restaurant by the beach will have you spoilt for choice with a menu of coastal-inspired dishes. Start off with brunch favourites like smashed avo toast, eggs Benedict and a smoked salmon on toasted brioche. And what’s a beachside brunch without tropical tipples? Wash it all down with summer cocktails like the copabanana, a fruity banana and dark rum concoction or the Malayan mai tai, a secret blend with pandan and tropical flavours.
Tanjong Beach Club, brunch menu is served every day, 120 Tanjong Beach Walk, Sentosa, Singapore 098942
Kinki Restaurant: A Japanese bottomless brunch
Tucked away in a historic building that sits in front of Singapore’s beautiful Marina Bay waterfront, Kinki Restaurant is a contemporary Japanese dining spot that packs a punch with its modern take on Japanese dishes (think playfully decadent items like foie gras sushi and snow crab tofu). Knock yourself out at the bottomless brunch of selected sushi, sashimi, maki, mains and desserts at just $58++. Want to take things to do next level? Add $35++ for free flow of beer, sake, prosecco or shochu.
Kinki Restaurant, Bottomless Brunch is served on Saturdays and public holidays, 12pm-3pm; #02-02 Customs House, 70 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049323
Working Title: Burgers for brunch
Our two favourite B-words come together in Working Title’s brand new brunch menu. The Arab Street café’s got a brand new burger for brunch, and it comes packed with a grilled beef patty topped with turkey bacon, truffle scrambled eggs, crushed tater tots, caramelised onions, mild cheddar and a smoky barbecue sauce – talk about a brunch of champs! But if you prefer more traditional brunch offerings, opt for the Working Big Breakfast or the smoked salmon with asparagus and scrambled eggs.
Working Title, brunch is served every day from 10am to 5pm, 783 North Bridge Road Singapore 198751
Lolla: A brunch that’s mad for Mediterranean
This cafe around Ann Siang Hill has brunch offerings that are already making our stomachs growl (be still, our tums!). Drool-worthy dishes include cashew nut milk, baked Shropshire blue cheese omelette, beef tongue hash, lamb tenders, crab lasagne and stuffed squid – gotta munch ’em all!
Lolla, Sunday brunch is served from 11.30am- 3.00pm, 22 Ann Siang Road, Singapore 069702
Racines at Sofitel Singapore City Centre: An indulgent French and Chinese menu
You’re already out and about in the city so why not indulge a little during the weekend? You’ll love this sweet urban escape tucked inside Sofitel Singapore City Centre. Racines’ Lifestyle Brunch menu offers the best of French and Chinese cuisine – think Maine lobsters, foie gras, abalone, rack of lamb, endless seafood and a massive dessert spread for your second stomach. Fancy a mid-day tipple? Reach out to the roving beverage trolley and mixologists from the 1864 Bar and Lounge will fix you up a handcrafted cocktail or mocktail. Watch the day go by via the breathtaking floor-to-ceiling windows. Absolute bliss.
Racines at Sofitel Singapore City Centre, 9 Wallich St, Singapore 078885
Jones The Grocer: Brunch while doing the groceries
You can always trust the Aussies when it comes to coffee and brunch. Our go-to cafe for a cuppa, Jones the Grocer is one of our all-time faves for brunch. Our vote’s on the egg royale and hotcakes, but the classic eggs Benedict hardly disappoints either. Get your weekly grocery shopping done while you’re there too!
Jones the Grocer, breakfast/brunch served from 8am-12pm on weekdays; 8am-3pm on weekends & PH; Block 9D #03-03/04 Dempsey Road, Dempsey Hill, Singapore 247697 and at TripleOne Somerset
The White Rabbit: Brunch in a church
A go-to romantic ‘date night’ restaurant, this stunning establishment is housed in a conserved chapel and exudes an elegant old-world charm with a touch of modern sensibility. Brunch is a decadent affair with a selection of pasta, lobster grilled cheese sandwich and the ultimate breakfast essential – eggs (available in every style possible!). Try the White Rabbit Fry Up, which offers two eggs any style served with assorted meats and greens, or indulge in the sumptuous smoked trout frittata with Shadi Schrenckii caviar.
The White Rabbit, brunch is served weekends & PH from 10.30am-3pm; 39C Harding Road, Singapore 249541
Don Quijote: Brunch like the Spaniards
Fancy something a little more exotic for brunch? Head over to this casual tapas joint for its weekend brunch buffet that includes tapas, salads, soups pastas and more. Enjoy authentic Spanish classics like barbecued spicy sausages, patatas bravas, and croquettes with cured Spanish ham. For $58++, you’ll even get a free flow of beers, wine and sangria *hic*.
Don Quijote, brunch is served on weekends, Dempsey Road, #01-02, Block 7, Singapore 249671
PS. Cafe: The one brunch lovers flock to
PS.Café needs no introduction, but that’s not stopping us from raving about their brunch! One of their signature brunch dishes is croque madame with shaved Ardenne smoked ham, gratineed Montreux gruyere cheese on rustic bread and topped with a fried egg. If you’re spending your morning at Ann Siang Hill outlet, make sure to try shared brunch dishes such as grilled cheese toasties, mushroom on toast and snapper chowder pie.
PS.Café, various locations including Ann Siang Hill, Palais Renaissance, One Fullerton and Raffles City.
Penny University: Brunchin’ in the East
This cosy little cafe on East Coast Road champions the “made in Singapore” concept. They source their coffee beans from local roasters, serve bread baked fresh daily in the area, and often collaborate with local bakers. Solid choices like the Turkish eggs and Penny’s mac and cheese are must-haves.
Penny University, brunch is served from 8.30am – 3.45pm, 402 East Coast Road, Singapore 428997, p. 6345 9055
SPRMRKT: Brunch with a side of art
Virtually everything’s made from scratch here at SPRMRKT (short for supermarket). The weekend brunch menu consists of offerings like the yoghurt berries trifle ($10), egg omelette with various fillings ($14), and eggs Florentine ($14). As its name implies, yes, you can do your grocery shopping here too, and you can even get inspired with pop-up artist exhibitions too.
SPRMRKT, breakfast/brunch timings vary; locations at Cluny Court and STPI.
Super Loco: Brunch if you’ve got the munchies for Mexican
Fancy a Mexican brunch? One of our favourite spots, Super Loco, puts out amazing brunch creations during the weekend, like huevos rancheros (can’t forget that classic), a breakfast burrito, a pulled pork torta, and the must-try churros. They even offer the oh-so-healthy (yet yummy) acai bowl!
Super Loco, brunch is served on weekends from 10am at #01-13 The Quayside, 60 Robertson Quay, Singapore 238252
The Lokal: Brunch that oozes Melbourne vibes
Modelled after famous Melbourne joint, Pope Joan, The Lokal offers plenty of Aussie-inspired creations. If you’d like to customise your own brunch special, you can choose from the extensive list of sides. Handmade ricotta, poached eggs, toasted pumpernickel, dry-cured bacon… you’re going to have to make some big decisions. Also, fab coffee from sister outlet Sarnies is available here.
The Lokal, brunch is served on weekdays, 8am-4pm, 136 Neil Road, Singapore 088865
The Beast: Brunch with a love for Louisiana
Chicken and waffles, pulled pork hash, a mac and cheeseburger a Southern big breakfast – these are just some of the sinful Southern treats you can feast on at The Beast, a bourbon bar in the Bugis area. You can even opt for a DIY brunch to have it your way. Don’t forget to order some sweet tea!
The Beast, brunch is served on weekends from 11am-5pm, 17 Jalan Klapa, Singapore 199329
Finally, the oldies but goodies
Can’t leave out these classic spots. These places never let us down when we’re craving our favourite meal of the day.
Symmetry: eggs, eggs and more eggs!
Brunch is served Saturdays & PH; 9am-3.30pm; Sundays: 9am-5.30pm, 9 Jalan Kubor, Singapore 199206
Common Man Coffee Roasters: probably the best coffee in town
Brunch/breakfast served all day; #01-00, 22 Martin Road, Singapore 239058 and 11/12 Stanley Street, Singapore 068730
The Providore: cafe, deli, bakery and grocery, all rolled into one
Brunch/breakfast served till 11.30am on weekdays; till 3pm on weekends; locations at Downtown, Mandarin Gallery and The Warehouse.
Grub: brunchin’ at the park
Brunch is served weekends & PH, 9am-5pm; 510 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1, Singapore 569983
One Man Coffee: french toasts to brekkie platters
Brunch is served from 9am-5pm; 215R Upper Thomson Road, Singapore 574349
Sarnies: brunch in the CBD
Brunch is served on weekends from 8.30am-4pm; 136 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 068601
Lola’s Cafe: an OG brunch spot
Brunch is served on Tues-Fri: 10am-3pm; weekends: 10am-3.30pm; 5 Simon Road, Singapore 545893