Sunday brunches aren’t the only place with unlimited Champagne; head to these great bars for bottomless drinks without going broke
Drinking in Singapore surely isn’t cheap; which is why we’re constantly on the hunt for awesome happy hour deals, ladies night specials, and all-you-can-drink booze for a tiny fee. If you’re looking to get floored after a long, hard week, hit up these cool bars for a bout of liquid buffet fun.
Touted as one of the city’s longest Champagne brunches (four hours, to be exact), Edge’s Theatrical Sunday Champagne Brunch sesh (12pm-4pm) is priced at $188, which includes free-flow Veuve Clicquot Champagne and other alcoholic bevvies ($208 for unlimited Veuve Clicquot Rosé Champagne). Food highlights here include hay-smoked whole baby lamb, duck and crayfish satay, and homemade duck ravioli with mushroom ragout. Pace yourselves!
Edge, 7 Raffles Boulevard (Level 3), Singapore 039595, p. 6826 8240. Every Sunday, 12pm to 4pm, from $178.
On our buffet radar right now is Conrad Centennial Singapore’s new Sunday brunch at Oscar’s, which has a jaw-dropping spread of fancy options ranging from fresh Boston lobsters to and fusion crab dishes, to healthy superfoods and local street food. Check out our full feature on Oscar’s Supercharged Sunday brunch buffet, and how you can top up for free-flow bubbles.
Conrad Centennial Singapore, 2 Temasek Boulevard, Singapore 038982, p. 6432 7481. Every Sunday, 12.30pm to 3.30pm, from $118++.
Vying for some vino? A free flow of wine will surely do the trick, and Wine BOS at Stamford Court has just what you need. Stocking an expansive collection of fine wines from around the world, you’ll be hard-pressed to not try every single bottle here. And with a two-hour wine buffet from 6pm to 8pm – at just $20+! – you’ll be sippin’ every red and white to your heart’s (and liver’s) content.
Wine BOS, #01-09 Stamford Court, 61 Stamford Rd, , Singapore 178892, p. 6265 8581. Monday to Sunday, 6pm-8pm, $20+.
This glamorous bar doesn’t allow children for its adults-only Sunday brunch (peace!), and with that, you get free-flow craft cocktails, beers and wines, together with a scrumptious buffet spread (think smoked foie gras, oysters and seafood, and cheese stations) at $150++. Have a nasty hangover? Well, Manhattan Bar’s cocktail brunch has an impressive Bloody Mary cart that has a vast selection of hot sauces including Sriracha chilli and Ghost Pepper.
Manhattan Bar, 1 Cuscaden Road, Regent Singapore 2F, Singapore 249715, p. 6725 3377. Every Sunday from 11.30am to 3.30pm, $150++.
Don’t Tell Mama
This Korean-fusion bar serves up an exotic fusion brunch by day, and unique Korean cocktails by night. Head down for their liquid buffet, which is priced at $28 for ladies and $32 for guys, and try an eclectic mix of colourful cocktails like the Peach Crush, Blue Sapphire, and the June Bug. This liquid buffet deal kicks off on Thursdays from 6pm to 9pm.
Don’t Tell Mama, 52 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088473, p. 6221 2007. Thursday, 6-9pm, $28 (for ladies) and $32 (for men).
Oasis restaurant at the Grand Hyatt has a tipple deal you shouldn’t miss if you feel like living it up. Head down after a post-shopping workout, and enjoy the BBQ buffet dinner featuring freshly grilled meats and seafood, as well as a free flow of prosecco, beers, red and white wines, and margaritas at $88++ a head.
Oasis Restaurant, 5th Level Terrace Wing, Grand Hyatt Singapore, 10 Scotts Road, Singapore 228211, p. 6738 1234. Monday to Sunday 6.30pm-9pm, $88++.
Kudos to you if you can wolf down all 43 selections from Kinki’s Bottomless Brunch! Menu highlights include signatures like the hotate aburi – a pan-seared Hokkaido scallop sushi, maguro sashimi, and Hot Dynamite – a maki of fried salmon and yellowtail roll, scallion and cayenne pepper. Kinki’s Bottomless Brunch also offers all-you-can-drink alcohol options such as sake, shochu and prosecco at an additional $35++ per type of liquor, and beer such as bottled Carlsberg, Asahi Super Dry and Kronenbourg 1664 at an additional $25++. Is your appetite truly bottomless? Prove it!
Kinki Restaurant + Bar, #02-02 Customs House, 70 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049323, p. 6533 3471, from $77++.
The Kitchen Table
W Singapore – Sentosa Cove is no stranger to the extravagant and much-loved ritual of Champagne brunch, but it has recently revamped its brunch menu at The Kitchen Table. Fizz flows like water at the W, hic! Service is swift and, once filled, don’t expect to see the bottom of your glass for the remainder of the brunch (not that we’re complaining!). Beer aficionados will appreciate the self-help draft beer counter, and party animals will go nuts for the jello shots! For an additional 20 smackers, you can add free-flow house wine and cocktails into the equation.
The Kitchen Table, W Singapore, 21 Ocean Way Sentosa, Singapore 098374. Every Sunday, 12.30pm-4.30pm, from $148++.
Enjoy an elevated (literally) brunch experience at Equinox Restaurant at the Swissotel. Feast on an indulgent array of seafood and hearty roasts from the carving station before treating yourself to some decadent desserts. The vintage Pink Sunday brunch ($178) will get you all that and a free-flow of Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage Rose, beer, cocktails, and wines.
Equinox Restaurant, 2 Stamford Road, Swissôtel The Stamford, Singapore 178882. Last Sunday of the month, 12pm-3.30pm. From $178.
In the mood to party? Kick off your boozy weekend at Taboo and enjoy its liquid buffet from 10pm to midnight. Grab a ticket for $30 (one of the best deals on this list) and you’ll get to down as many beers and house pours as you can manage. Just FYI, the bar is part of Singapore’s Pink Community.
Taboo, 65-67 Neil Road, Singapore 088897. p. 6225 6256. Every Saturday and Sunday, 10pm-12am.