The ultimate Easter brunch and buffet roundup is just a bunny hop away.
Easter is coming so you know what that means: hearty roasts, indulgent desserts that go beyond hot cross buns and plenty of egg puns. These restaurants are turning up the fun for everyone in the fam. From special Easter menus to bottomless booze, comfort dishes to Asian treats, we tell you what’s hatching this Easter for the food obsessed.
Easter Festivities at Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore
21 April, 12pm – 3pm
Gather the troops for a fun-filled Easter weekend at the atmospheric Capitol Kempinski Hotel as its two restaurants 15 Stamford by Alvin Leung and Frieda bring it to the table. At 15 Stamford by Alvin Leung, expect a mix of traditional and modern dishes along with an option of free-flow Champagne, G&Ts and Bloody Marys. Gear up for eight live stations, from sashimi and freshly shucked oysters to Black Forest ham and Jamon Iberico. Meat lovers will enjoy the charcoal-roasted whole lamb, Cantonese roasted Irish Silver Hill duck, glazed gammon ham and much more.
Craving German cuisine? Hop over to Frieda for a semi-buffet Easter brunch of German starters, desserts and a main course of your choice. Traditional wiener schnitzel, pretzel dumplings with creamy mushroom ragout, herbal pancake with smoked salmon and cream cheese and Easter rice pudding sound good to us. Oh, and bring the little ones as there’s going to be a grand egg hunt, face and body painting, balloon sculpting and an Easter Bunny mascot to entertain them!
Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore, 15 Stamford by Alvin Leung: $128++ per adult; $178++ per adult includes free-flowing champagnes, select wines and easter cocktails; $68++ per child includes free-flowing fruit juice and soft drinks; Frieda: from $78++ per pax; 15 Stamford Road Singapore 178906
Lawry’s The Prime Rib
21 April, 11.30am-10.30pm
Lawry’s is celebrating Easter the old-school way, with Easter chocolates for all the little ones and a life-sized mascot making the rounds. Balloon sculpting, face painting and a magic show will also be going on from noon till 2.30pm. And of course, we can’t miss out on the feast, with mains including the signature USDA prime rib and the lamb rack with truffle oil. Wrap it all up with carrot cake shooters and Haagen-Dazs ice cream. Yum.
Lawry’s The Prime Rib, four-course menu at $119++ per pax, $49++ per child; 333A Orchard Road, #04-01/31 Mandarin Gallery, Singapore 238897
21 April, 11.30am – 3pm
Trust us, this little French bistro is worth a trip to Clementi. This year, they’ve teamed up with Freedom Range eggs for an egg-cellent menu with dishes like avocado and green chilli persillade eggs Benedict, ratatouille eggs and truffle porcini and milk cabbage eggs. If you’re craving a hearty meal and dessert, order fan favourites like herb crusted Dorper lamb ribs, roast and fried chicken, beef Bourguignon, dark chocolate tarts, salted caramel banana bread and more. Kids can put their egg decorating skills to the test and be rewarded with egg-citing (alright, we’ll stop) prizes.
Summer Hill, $80 per pax, additional $40 per pax for free-flow prosecco and wine; 106 Clementi Street 12. #01-62, South West 12, Singapore 120106
Oxwell & Co.
21 April, 12pm-5pm
Ask anyone where to find a damn good roast and all fingers will point to Oxwell and Co. Flexing its signature Sunday Roast menu, the kitchen has prepared a two or four person sharing platter featuring the finest roast beef, baby back ribs, roast chicken, lamb shoulder and Iberico pork tomahawk cuts along with roast potatoes and Yorkshire pudding. Of course, the regular Sunday menu is available if you’d like to try more dishes. Ahh, we could just taste that crispy corn…
Oxwell & Co., platter for two at $68++, platter for four at $168++; 5 Ann Siang Road, Singapore 069688
19-21 April, 11am-3pm; 6pm-12am
Prepare yourself for lamb, slow-roasted on a spit grill, seasonal fare and Venchi chocolate martini at Publico’s la primavera Easter weekend. Come down for an Italian brunch or dinner, meet Bugs Bunny and take part in an Easter egg lucky dip where you can win a staycay at InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay, gift vouchers or bubbles.
La Primavera Easter Weekend at Publico, 1 Nanson Road Level 1, Singapore 238909
Salted and Hung
19-21 April, 11.30am-4pm
Bring your appetite ‘cos Salted and Hung is preparing an all-you-can-eat brunch feast featuring speciality cold cuts by Chef Drew, smoked and grilled meats and hearty dishes like mac and (three) cheese, and crayfish risotto. If you want to add a boozy touch, add $45++ for two hours of bottomless drinks. Bringing the kids? They’ll be fully entertained at the Easter egg painting corner on Sunday from 11am to 4pm.
Salted and Hung, $88++ per pax, 12 Purvis Street Singapore 188591
Shangri-La Hotel Singapore
21 April, various timings
Picky eater in the house? Don’t fret as four restaurants at Shangri-La Hotel Singapore will be serving various Easter menus to satisfy everyone. We’ve got our eyes on brunch at The Line from 12pm-3pm where you can enjoy specialty dishes like scallop gratin with truffle hollandaise, pan-seared foie gras with kumquat compote. If high tea is your jam (with scones), The Rose Veranda is firing up the dessert menu with pecan nuts and jivara tart, rocher egg nest, hazelnut magnum, Easter cupcakes and eggs and hot cross buns.
Shangri-La Hotel Singapore, The Line: $228++ per adult, including unlimited Rosé Champagne, house red and white wines, beers, soft drinks and chilled juices; $168++ per adult including unlimited softs drinks and chilled juices. Rose Veranda: $78++ per adult, includes a glass of prosecco. Available for two seatings (11.30am – 2pm; 3pm – 5.30pm), 22 Orange Grove Road, Singapore 258350
Courtyard by Marriott Singapore Novena
21 April, 12pm-3pm
Enjoy a spread of local and international cuisine, seafood specials, delectable desserts and sweeping views atop Sky 22 at Courtyard by Marriott Singapore Novena. Easter specials include grilled lamb chops, pan-seared seabass, BBQ chicken kebabs, honey and clove glazed ham and slow-roasted sirloin. While you’re at it (and if you have a second stomach), you gotta have fresh seafood – freshly-shucked oysters, king crabs, and poached lobsters included – and your usual Asian faves like beef rendang, chicken curry with prata and laksa. As for dessert, don’t leave without indulging in berry pavlovas, chocolate eggs, hot cross buns, chia seed carrot cake, cream puffs, filo apple with anglaise, blueberry scones and the list goes on…
Courtyard by Marriott Singapore Novena, Sky 22: $78++ per adult inclusive of free-flow of juices, coffee and tea, add $38++ per person for free-flow prosecco, house pour red & white wines and beer; $39++ per child from ages 6 to 12 years old, children age 5 and below dine for free
The Fullerton Hotel
19-21 April, various timings
Easter weekend brunches, themed Afternoon Teas and a whimsical Chocolate Buffet? Count on The Fullerton Hotel to usher in the Easter festivities. Sweet tooths can opt for the ‘Eggs and Bunnies chocolate buffet’ at The Courtyard for a feast of savoury chocolate dishes like the baked ocean trout with an ivory white chocolate quiche (we’re intrigued!) or warm up your soul with hot chocolate. There’s even a theatrical nitrogen live station for the ‘Gram and Valrhona chocolate tasting table. For something light, the afternoon tea has lobster medallion salad with dill rolls and chocolate bird’s nest with mini eggs.
The Fullerton Hotel, Easter themed chocolate buffet: $50++ per adult; $25++ per child from ages 6 to 11 years old, an additional $40++ per adult for free-flow Champagne and strawberries. Afternoon tea: $55++ per adult with free-flow coffee and tea; additional $40++ per adult for free-flow Champagne and strawberries.; $25++ per child from ages 6 to 11 years old, The Courtyard, 1 Fullerton Square, Singapore 049178
21 April, 12pm-3pm
Alley on 25 at Andaz is bringing the fun for foodies and the young at heart. You’ll get to smash 45cm tall giant chocolate eggs with toy hammers and enjoy a delightful surf and turf style buffet spread. The extensive Easter Sunday brunch menu features dishes like lamb rack, prime rib eye, Singapore chilli crab, Kurobuta pork and free-flow of fresh seafood including oysters, smoked salmon, Maine lobsters and New Zealand red snapper tartare. We’re so ready.
Andaz Singapore, Alley on 25: $118++ for adults, $59++ for children. Top up S$50++ to enjoy unlimited glasses of Champagne, red and white wines and draught beer, 5 Fraser Street Level 25, Singapore189354
Like this story? Check these out: