We went on a treasure hunt for the best Easter menus, activities and treats in Singapore… and here's what we found.
Easter is just around the corner (9 April), 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, staycations and egg-ceptional activities for the entire family. It’s time to get crackin’!
Easter 2023 in Singapore: Dining experiences, themed treats, gifts and more
1. InterContinental Singapore
Joining forces are Luce by Davide Giacomelli, The Lobby Lounge and Man Fu Yuan for InterContinental Singapore’s first-ever Easter brunch affair. Expect an extravagant spread with 16 live stations, bubbles and entertainment for kids. Your little ones will have a blast at the indoor bouncy castle – allowing you to enjoy the gourmet spread and tipples while the kiddos are occupied. There’s also an Easter Egg hunt, face painting and balloon sculpting to put a smile on their faces.
Meanwhile, dig into a smorgasbord of delights. Start with seafood including snow crab, freshly shucked oysters and Boston lobster from the ice crustacean bar. Then, make your way to the canapes for bite-sized treats including chilli crab slider and French duck foie gras parfait. For Italian highlights, try the beef tortellini, truffle egg frittata and more. Carnivores will love dishes like charred US angus prime rib, while fans of local food will be delighted by classics such as laksa and beef rendang. End with the Easter rice pudding for a truly indulgent meal.
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InterContinental Singapore, 9 April 2023, 12.30pm – 3.30pm, $178++ per adult, $128++ per child (6 to 11 years old) and $88 per child (3 to 5 years old); 80 Middle Road, Singapore 188966
2. Siri House
Swing by the Dempsey hangout for its Easter backyard BBQ over the long weekend. Admission to the event is free, with outdoor and indoor seating available. Oh, and pets are welcome too, so you can make it a gathering for the entire family. A la carte plates start from $11, while platters start from $88 for two to three people.
Dishes to try include Creole-style grilled tiger prawns, butter-baked mussels, ribeye steaks, Boston lobster rolls, falafels with tzatziki, Caesar mac and cheese, and loads more. Go for the three-hour free-flow of bubble, rosé, G&Ts, Aperol spritzes and Pimms lemonade at $88 per person to amp up your daytime party while DJs hit the decks to spin thumping tunes.
Siri House, 8 April, 11.30am – 3pm & 9 April, 11.30am – 6pm; #01-02, Blk 8D Dempsey Road, Singapore 249672
3. Origin + Bloom
Bring home the joy of Easter from Origin + Bloom, where adorable chocolate showpieces and lovely treats take centre stage. Check out the bunny playhouse ($98), a white chocolate-covered carrot-shaped house with mini chocolate eggs, or the carton of chocolate eggs ($45) featuring fillings like chocolate-coated dried blueberries, cherries and raisins.
Mini cakes are also created in theme this season – just take a look at Barry the sheep ($12), a carrot cake-inspired dessert with coconut calamansi cremeux, pineapple chutney and lemon chantilly with hazelnut praline. Traditional hot cross buns, raspberry bunny danishes and chocolate bunny brioches are available, too.
Origin + Bloom, available from now till 9 April at Marina Bay Sands Lobby Tower 3, 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956
4. Altro Zafferano
Treat yourself to a sumptuous Easter spread at this elegant restaurant’s special brunch. You’ll start by nibbling on Italian cold cuts, slow-cooked pork loin, Alaskan king crab and hamachi crudo, followed by the likes of risotto with artichoke and mint. For the mains, choose between lamb saddle roulade or halibut. Desserts come in a platter to share: chocolate mousse and fruits, as well as rosemary and berry parfait. Feel free to top up $30 for unlimited sparkling, white and red wines, or $50 for free-flow champagne and premium wines from noon to 2pm.
Altro Zafferano, 8 April, 12pm – 3pm, $138++ per adult; Level 43, Ocean Financial Centre, 10 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049315
Hello, indulgence! Elevate your Easter celebration at Skai, where you’ll enjoy brunch delights and breathtaking views. Each table gets an epic seafood tower piled high with oysters, tuna tartare, Alaskan king crabs, Mediterranean red prawns and more. Next, hit the buffet bar for cheese, charcuterie, sushi rolls, deviled eggs, smoked salmon and burrata salad.
Mains come in the form of BBQ lamb shoulder, pea and goat cheese risotto, or rabbit with mustard and brown butter. But save space for sweet treats like orange cream cheese carrot cakes, hot cross buns and mango mascarpone choux puffs. Wash it all down with free-flow champagne and cocktails such as bacon-washed eggnog or make-your-own matsuri sangria.
Skai, 8 April, $178++ per adult, 9 April, $208++ per adult, 12pm – 3.30pm; Level 70, Swissotel The Stamford, Singapore 178882
Celebrate Easter high in the sky with Lavo’s Sunday champagne brunch. You’ll dine on roasted lamb leg, Iberico pork chop, themed chocolates, pastries and, of course, hot cross buns. Plus, classics from the restaurant’s brunch selection like Italian-American dishes, fresh seafood, free-flow Veuve Clicquot champagne, cocktails and more.
Lavo, 9 April, 12pm – 3pm; Level 57, Marina Bay Sands Tower 1, 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956
7. Thirty Six Brewlab & Smokehouse
Round up the fam for an Easter buffet over the long weekend! Grab dishes like roasted spiced pumpkin salad, wild mushroom soup, cold cuts and cheese from the starter bar before you order your main. Choose from bone-in chicken leg, Norwegian salmon, BBQ-glazed Spanish pork ribs or vegetarian lasagne to go with your side of Yorkshire pudding, roasted potatoes, charred broccolini, carrots and peas. Afterwards, laze the day away with bites of hot cross buns, cakes, tarts and chocolate eggs.
On Sunday, kids can look forward to an Easter egg hunt, glitter tattoos, a colouring session and a festive movie screening. Meanwhile, adults can opt for three hours’ worth of free-flow prosecco, wines, cocktails on tap, and Lion Brewery Co’s beers for an extra $98++.
Thirty Six Brewlab & Smokehouse, 8 & 9 April, 11.30am – 5pm, from $88++ per adult, kids eat free with every paying adult; 36 Club Street, Singapore 069469
For an Italian spin on Easter, head to Prego to kick off Sunday brunch. Stuff yourself with slices of rustic bread, salads, fresh seafood and cold cuts, alongside pasta plates, wood-fired pizzas, grilled meat dishes and more. Highlights include roasted pork neck, artichoke stuffed duck and roasted lamb leg. Finish off with almond rice tart, spiced bunny carrot cheese torte and Easter simnel cake with candied orange and dried fruits. The spread comes with bottomless Zardetto prosecco, draught beer, wine and cocktails such as hot cross bun martinis and spiced carrot margaritas.
Prego, 9 April, 12pm – 3pm, $108++ per person without alcohol, $158++ per person with alcohol; Fairmont Singapore, 80 Bras Basah Road, Singapore 189560
Book yourself a table at Gemma for an Easter rendition of its indulgent Sunday brunch. We’re looking forward to bottomless bubbly with a sharing menu of highlights like challans duck prosciutto, hand-shaped celeriac tortelli with deep sea prawn, black cabbage, and sage, and the signature pure black angus beef tenderloin.
Gemma, #05-03, National Gallery Singapore, 1 St. Andrew’s Road, Singapore 178957
10. Shangri-La Rasa Sentosa, Singapore
Wanna spend a relaxing day at Sentosa? Start with a fabulous afternoon at Silver Shell Cafe’s Easter lunch buffet. Tuck into plates of beef ribeye roll, braised lamb leg, gnocchi in a creamy vodka sauce, and hot cross buns. Little ones will be kept entertained with a DIY Easter cupcake decorating kit and a box of goodies, as well as activities like magic performances, face painting, balloon sculpting, and bouncy castle fun.
If you can’t pass up a good afternoon tea, try the Easter rendition that’s available from 1 to 30 April, 2.30pm to 4.30pm daily. At $78++ for a table of two, the menu features everything from carrot and orange flavoured scones to deviled egg brioche buns.
Shangri-La Rasa Sentosa, Singapore, 9 April, 12pm – 3pm, from $118++ per adult, $59++ per child; 101 Siloso Road, Singapore 098970
If you’re hunting down the perfect Easter pressie, look to Godiva for lovely gift boxes and new chocolate creations. The giant Easter Egg ($119), glittering with sparkling flowers and butterfly sequins, encases mini fan favourites. From vanilla dark chocolate to speculoos mousse milk chocolate to hazelnut milk chocolate, it’s basically your cocoa dream come true.
Need more gift ideas? The pretty Spring 2023 collection features boxes adorned in pink blooms. Prices start from $46 for a tin of 15 chocolates. Keep an eye out for new flavours such as white sakura, dark chocolate hazelnut, and pink heart (white chocolate with raspberry ganache).
Godiva, available online and at multiple locations including Suntec City and Bugis Junction
12. Lawry’s The Prime Rib Singapore
Egg-cited for Easter in Singapore? Book a table at Lawry’s for a hoppin’ good time. The kids will be entertained with activities like balloon sculpting and face painting, complimentary candy bags, temporary body tattoos, and an Easter egg decorating kit to take home. Plus, there’ll be a best-dressed children’s contest with prizes like dining vouchers.
Adults can enjoy a five-course meal including the restaurant’s spinning bowl salad, roasted carrot soup, and choices like roasted USDA prime rib of beef, glazed pork ribs with crispy chicken, or pesto-crushed mahi mahi fillet. For dessert, you get a choice between the whimsical strawberry bunny cupcake or the matcha mousse cake. Oh, and little ones will get a limited edition mask with every kids’ menu ordered, while every bill comes with a $50 dining voucher for your next visit.
Lawry’s The Prime Rib Singapore, 9 April 2023, available for lunch and dinner, $149 per adult, $59 per child; #04-01/31, Mandarin Gallery, 333A Orchard Road, Singapore 238897
Tea lovers, this one’s for you. Hop over to T2 for its splendid Easter collection featuring teas, teawares and accessories. Try Cocoa Rose, the new blend featuring green tea, cocoa and rose, for a throwback to childhood Easter celebrations. While you’re at it, jazz up your afternoon tea routine with teapots, cups, saucers and mugs adorned in gorgeous prints from the Spiral Kaleidoscope and Dazzling Diamonds ranges.
T2, available online and in stores
14. The Fullerton Hotels Singapore
Celebrate a cracking Easter at both Fullerton hotels, starting with Sunday brunch at Town Restaurant featuring everything from black truffle Scotch eggs to slow-poached bamboo lobster and hot cross pralines. In the mood for a seafood feast? Head over to La Brasserie for its Easter weekend brunch, where you’ll enjoy a spread of Boston lobster, Alaskan king crab leg, crispy roasted pork belly, and themed desserts. Tiny tots will be kept occupied with Easter egg painting and balloon-making sessions, as well as Easter egg hunts at the East Garden of The Fullerton Hotel Singapore.
The Courtyard and The Landing Point will also be serving special afternoon tea menus over Easter weekend, so you can get your fill of bite-sized nibbles. As for takeaway treats (available from 24 March till Easter), you’re spoilt for choice with adorable creations. The sunny-side up tart lives up to its name – but in appearance only. It features a mango and passion fruit ‘yolk’, enveloped by yogurt meringue, sitting atop lemon curd. Another highlight? The Happy Ducky, a yellow duck-shaped dessert made with mango cubes, calamansi, sago, coconut mousse and passion fruit curd.
The Fullerton Hotels Singapore, various dates, times and prices; The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, 1 Fullerton Square, Singapore 049178; The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore, 80 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049326
Take your pick from this list of indulgent Easter dining experiences and family-friendly celebrations in Singapore!