We went on a treasure hunt for the best Easter brunches and buffets in Singapore… and here’s our verdict.
Easter is just around the corner, so gather your fam and make your way to one of these egg-cellent restaurants in Singapore to celebrate. This year, the brunch festivities spill over to afternoon tea, desserts and egg-ceptional activities. It’s time to get crackin’!
Easter in Singapore: Brunches, buffets & takeaways
1. So/ Singapore
Hop to Xperience Restaurant on Easter weekend for a feast like no other. The brunch (from $88 per person) features a towering stack of charcuterie, cheese, hot cross buns, Boston lobster, grilled king prawn, mini Easter eggs and more. But save space for the bottomless carving station! You’ll be munching on spiced roasted pork rack, butter roasted chicken, mustard and herb Aussie ribeye and more. Psst: dress your Easter best for a chance to win a 2D1N stay at So/ Bangkok.
So/ Singapore, available from 3 – 4 April; 35 Robinson Road, Singapore 068876
2. Beach Road Kitchen
Round up the fam for a spectacular brunch by chefs-on-show! You’ll be treated to oysters, Alaskan king crab legs, grilled salted egg lobster, oven roasted tomahawk, hot cross buns and more. Plus, a kids’ menu filled with goodies like braised beef meatball and wild berries and marshmallow pizza. Psst: each table will receive a chocolate egg pinata with hidden prizes to be won, so you could go home with dining vouchers, sweet treats and more. Prices start at $118 per person, with an additional $60 for free-flow champagne and wine.
Beach Road Kitchen, available on 4 April; JW Marriott Singapore South Beach, 30 Beach Road, Singapore 189763
3. Lavo Italian Restaurant & Rooftop Bar
The Easter edition of Lavo’s sky-high Sunday champagne brunch is quite the feast ($88 per adult, $38 per child). Think rack of lamb, deviled eggs, stuffed artichokes and a whole range of themed desserts. These dishes are served a la carte tableside, along with brunch classics like fresh seafood and Italian-American faves. For a boozy time ($188 per person), you can toast to free-flow Veuve Clicquot champagne, Peroni beer and cocktails.
Lavo Italian Restaurant & Rooftop Bar, available on 4 April; Tower 1, Marina Bay Sands, Level 57, 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956
4. Lawry’s The Prime Rib Singapore
Here’s one for the entire fam. First, tuck into a sumptuous four-course lunch or dinner ($113 per person) featuring Easter-themed dishes. That includes pan-seared sea bass, roasted USDA prime rib of beef and bunny cupcake with ice cream. Next, let your little ones enjoy the festivities! These include a balloon giveaway, chocolate candies, temporary body tattoos and a best-dressed contest with a $200 dining voucher up for grabs.
Lawry’s The Prime Rib Singapore, available on 4 April; #04-01/31 Mandarin Gallery, 333A Orchard Road, Singapore 238897
5. The White Rabbit
Here’s one for the nostalgic among us. Since The White Rabbit is closing on 30 April and undergoing renovations in May until a new concept pops up in late 2021, this is its final Easter Sunday lunch. Two seatings (morning and afternoon) are available for the five-course meal ($88 per person). Surround yourself with lush greenery at the restored chapel and dine on your choice of starter, main, dessert and petit fours. Dishes include Iberico pork collar and Black Tyde 150 days angus striploin, which can be paired with the signature gin and house-made tonic with botanicals from the herb garden.
The White Rabbit, available on 4 April; 39C Harding Road, Singapore 249541
6. Solo Ristorante
Treat yourself to an Italian Easter brunch in Singapore with classics dished out in a casual, free-flow style. Get cosy as you munch on appetisers, desserts and mains like lasagne bolognese and slow roasted leg of lamb. Prices start at $108 per person with unlimited soft drinks, going up to $198 per person for three hours’ worth of bottomless champagne and wine. Oh, and if you’re enjoying the festivities at home, put in your advanced order for the aforementioned dishes, as well as plates of eggplant parmigiana, octopus salad and lobster tagliatelle.
Solo Ristorante, available on 4 April; 45 Amoy Street, Singapore 069871
7. Four Seasons Hotel Singapore
Throw on your loosest pants for the One-Ninety Easter Sunday Brunch (from $148 per person). Here, you’ll eat your way through fresh seafood (think Maine lobsters, king crab and diamond clams), Mediterranean plates and all sorts of cheeses. Don’t forget to make a pitstop at the live stations for goodies like applewood smoked Peking duck and slow-roasted wagyu beef rump. Desserts get the adorable treatment with Easter bunny cookies and cupcakes, chocolate eggs and hot cross buns. But those who’d rather celebrate at home can order meats and desserts online for takeaway.
Four Seasons Hotel Singapore, available on 4 April; 190 Orchard Boulevard, Singapore 248646
8. Origin + Bloom
Stop by this patisserie for beautiful bakes and Easter desserts. This year’s selection includes lovely chocolate showpieces (from $32), themed cookies and pastries (from $3) and limited edition ice cream flavours (from $5). To wow your Easter party guests, pick chocolate creations such as the carrot and bunny, rooster farm or classic chocolate egg.
Origin + Bloom, available from 22 March – 4 April; Tower 3 Lobby, Marina Bay Sands, 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956
For a leisurely afternoon with the fam, head to Tablescape and savour a luxurious lunch ($88 per adult, $48 per child). The feast includes cold cuts and cheese, puffy pastry stuffed with cheese, meat and black truffle, seafood salad, New Zealand roasted lamb leg and pork belly roulade. End off with sweets like hot cross bun with dried fruit and chocolate pralines.
Tablescape, available from 2 – 4 April; Level 3, Grand Park City Hall, 10 Coleman Street, Singapore 179809
10. Hilton Singapore
Have an egg-cellent celebration at Hilton Singapore’s Easter Sunday semi-buffet champagne brunch ($108 per person). You’ll be dining on specials such as fresh seafood, pan-fried foie gras, wagyu beef truffle scotch egg and desserts. Plus, a main course from Opus’ selection of chargrilled beef tenderloin, pan-seared barramundi and Iberico pork rack. Oh, and to make it a merry indulgence, opt for the brunch beverage package (top up $30 to $50) for free-flow prosecco and wine or champagne. If you’d like to treat yourself, get the brunch for two and stay the night (from $303 per night) with your partner.
More of an afternoon tea person? Nibble your way through mini hot cross buns, carrot cakes and macarons ($78 for two). You can also upgrade to a staycay (from $245 per night) and enjoy perks such as a bottle of prosecco, brekkie for two and a seafood platter.
Hilton Singapore, available on 4 April; 581 Orchard Road, Singapore 238883
11. Andaz Singapore
Have a hoppin’ Easter weekend at the hotel! At steakhouse 665°F, meat lovers can savour butter poached lobster ($36) and grain-fed New Zealand crown roasted rack of lamb ($180, for 3-4 pax) at lunch or dinner. But if you’re hungry for brunch, head to all-day dining restaurant Alley on 25 for an Easter feast ($88 per person). Highlights include free-flow platters of devilled egg and avruga caviar egg, as well as carving boards piled high with honey baked ham, roasted lamb leg and gourmet sausages. Complete your meal with seafood on ice, cheese, cold cuts, hot cross buns and a selection of mains. Then, sweeten your day with unlimited desserts such as mud cakes, ice cream and chocolate waffles.
Andaz Singapore, available from 3 – 4 April; 5 Fraser Street, Singapore 189354
12. Tanjong Beach Club
Ready for bottomless booze? Hit up this beach paradise on Easter for an indulgent brunch ($118 per adult, $58 per child). The feast takes you from fresh seafood and hot cross buns to surf and turf dishes and artisanal bread. Plus, decadent desserts including Easter eggs. Top up $48 for free-flow tipples like elderflower spritz, prosecco, wines and beers.
Tanjong Beach Club, available on 4 April; 120 Tanjong Beach Walk, Sentosa, Singapore 098942
13. Pan Pacific Singapore
Ready to celebrate Easter in Singapore? Pacific Marketplace has got you covered with its beautiful selection of goodies. If you love the holiday classic, hot cross buns ($6 for four pieces) are whipped up in multigrain or blueberry cream cheese variations. For a showstopper centrepiece, order the large chocolate beehive egg ($118) made of dark, milk and almond chocolate. More chocolate-y goodness comes in the form of the round rabbits trio ($78) in pale pink white chocolate. Oh, and the citrus raspberry matcha egg ($68) is another gorgeous creation that will give the entire fam a total sugar rush! Psst: adorable little chick in eggs ($36) are available for dessert, too.
Pan Pacific Singapore, order online, available from 15 March – 4 April; Pacific Marketplace, Level 1, 7 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square, Singapore 039595
14. Marks & Spencer
Bring home Easter goodies like chocolate eggs and hot cross buns from this one-stop-shop in Singapore. Items to add to cart include cheese with marmite or chocolate hot cross buns, chocolate eggs in the shape of adorable animals, milk chocolate lollies and loads more.
Marks & Spencer, order on the M&S app, available at multiple locations including Wheelock Place and VivoCity
15. Guilt Free Food
This home baker business is all about low sugar desserts with no preservatives and no heaping side of guilt. The specialty? Fluffy cinnamon rolls. These treats come in flavours such as cream cheese, salted caramel and peanut butter. To jazz up your Easter celebration, order a couple of Cheesymite Rolls (Marmite or Vegemite, from $30) or go the classic route with cream cheese frosting (from $28). We’ve tried them all and they’re absolutely delish – especially the Marmite and cheese combination!
Guilt Free Food, available from 1 – 4 April; order online
For chef Damian D’Silva, Easter brings back childhood memories of his family’s once-a-year treat. Simple but elegant, the ‘beef murtabak’ ($22) is a lovely dish with a meaningful backstory. The crepe is made with egg and salt, and delicately wrapped around ground beef cooked in star anise, cinnamon and nutmeg with curry powder. To enhance the flavour, dip it in house-made chilli and a raita made of yogurt, lime juice, tomatoes, onions and green chilli.
Kin, available from 26 March – 4 April; 31 Bukit Pasoh Road, Singapore 089845
17. The Marmalade Pantry
Cocoa lovers, listen up. Launched just in time for Easter, The Marmalade Pantry’s ‘A Touch of Spring’ chocolate collection offers gorgeous gift sets for the occasion (and beyond). The range includes bonbons, sparkling wines and the brand’s signature cupcakes. If you’re just going for the delicate bonbons, a box of 12 ($38) includes flavours such as praline noir and pastel hazelnut. Alternatively, indulge in your sweet tooth with chocolates, a bottle of sparkling Valencia chardonnay with a base of Ozeki sake, and a box of six cupcakes ($112).
The Marmalade Pantry, order online, available at multiple locations including Ion Orchard and Oasia Hotel Novena
18. Krispy Kreme
Just for Easter, Krispy Kreme is debuting three limited edition spring-inspired donuts ($3.50 each). The Bunny is a banana kreme-filled creation dipped in white choc and topped with sugar bunnies. Meanwhile, Hatchy features bubblegum grape jam filling and Golden Nesty comes with white choc icing, gold sprinkles and M&M chocolate eggs atop chocolate tiramisu.
Krispy Kreme, available until 4 April; order via delivery platforms or at multiple locations including Wisma Atria and Paragon
Take your pick from this list of Easter dining celebrations in Singapore!