These epic boozy brunches in Singapore will totally be the highlight of your weekend.
We secretly believe that weekend brunch was invented just so we can get through the week without losing our minds. But boozy brunch is a whole new level of ‘treat yourself’ territory. Ah, we bless the genius that came up with this idea. So gather your drink buddies and toast to these boozy brunches in Singapore that offer everything from free-flow champagne and craft cocktails to copious amounts of incredible food!
Say yes to the best boozy brunches in Singapore
1. Lavo Singapore: Champagne brunch with a view
The Italian restaurant’s iconic Sunday Champagne Brunch is back with a bang! Whet your appetite with recurring faves served a la carte including wagyu meatball pizza, prime hanger steak and truffled crab salad. Make it fancy by pairing the dishes with bottomless Veuve Clicquot champagne, specialty cocktails and other beverages. This, plus the knockout skyline views, equates to a fab afternoon.
When: Sundays, 12pm-3pm
Cost: $88++ per pax (buffet only); $158++ with free-flow champagne, specialty cocktails and other drinks; $38++ per child for ages 4 to 10
Lavo Singapore, Level 57, Marina Bay Sands, Tower 1, 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956
2. Mezza9: Quality-driven, sustainable delights
At the mezzanine level of Grand Hyatt Singapore, this is an award-winning restaurant featuring six open kitchens where you can admire the chefs’ culinary prowess. We love how it serves thoughtfully sourced and organic food with sustainability in mind, while providing top-notch flavours that will leave you satisfied.
Craving grilled fare? The Western grill and rotisserie, along with the Thai grill and kitchen, will have you covered. For dim sum and traditional Chinese dishes, take a peek at steam baskets for the best bites. If seafood is what you’re after, try the sustainable seafood on ice, along with a traditional Japanese sushi and sashimi bar with the freshest picks.
You can’t leave without sweet treats! Head to the patisserie for desserts and shop at the gourmet boutique to bag home delicious goodies. For a fancy tipple, pop by the martini bar for one of the city’s largest martini selections, the party room for G&Ts, or down house pours of Barons de Rothschild champagne, wines and beers.
When: Sundays, 12pm to 3pm
Cost: $158 per pax with alcohol; $98 per pax without alcohol; $58 per child for ages 4 to 12
Mezza9, Grand Hyatt Singapore, 10 Scotts Road, Singapore 228211
3. Andaz Singapore: Spiked breakfast-themed brunch
Served right to your table a la minute, brunch munchies at Alley on 25 include one breakfast main (from avocado toast to breakfast beef burger) and unlimited a la carte plates (cold seafood, cold cuts, chia seed pudding, salad, cheese and eggs, just to name a few). Feeling thirsty? Sip on free-flow prosecco, wine and beer, plus detox juices, coffee, tea and more! End your day on a sweet note with unlimited waffles, soft serve ice cream and vanilla èclair.
When: Weekends and public holidays, 12.30pm-2.30pm
Cost: $50++ per pax; top up $45++ for free-flow beer, wine, prosecco and soft drinks, free for kids under 6
Alley on 25, Andaz Singapore, 5 Fraser Street, Singapore 189354
4. Brasserie Les Saveurs: A refreshed classic
The ever classy Brasserie Les Saveurs wows us with crustacean delights (Alaskan king crab, French oysters, Manila clams, mussels, shrimp), chef’s specials (beef tartare, lobster bisque, salmon), as well as hot and cold entrees. Desserts include crepes suzette, a cheese platter, tarts, cheesecakes and nitrogen ice cream. Yum! Wash it all down with free-flow flutes from the Champagne Barons de Rothschild series.
When: Sundays, 12pm to 2pm
Cost: $138++ per pax for free-flow non-alcoholic beverages; $168++ for free-flow wine; from $198++ to $548++ for free-flow champagne of your choice from the Champagne Barons de Rothschild series; $75++ per child for ages 4 to 12
Brasserie Les Saveurs, The St. Regis Singapore, 29 Tanglin Road, Singapore 247911
5. Madame Fan: Dim sum and Asian-inspired cocktails
Move your weekend shenanigans to Madame Fan as the restaurant satisfies all dim sum cravings with bottomless steamed and fried options. But it’s not just limited to dim sum. Get your chopsticks ready for main dishes too. We’re looking at braised sliced abalone with tofu and greens, jasmine tea smoked ribs and crispy duck salad with watermelon, pomelo, cashews and shallot. As for cocktails? Try East Mule (vodka, kaffir lime, frangelico and ginger beer) or Golden Elixir (whisky, apple cordial and amaretto).
When: Weekends, 11am to 3.30pm
Cost: $78++ per pax; $58++ with free flow cocktails, wines and beers; $68++ with free flow champagne, cocktails, wines, beers, sodas and Chinese teas
Madame Fan, The NCO Club, 32 Beach Road, Singapore 189764
6. Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa: Ultimate Sunday champagne brunch
Your turn to pick a brunch spot? Wow everyone in your group with this stunner. Equal parts bougie and OTT, Kwee Zeen presents brunch towers with the baker’s corner: think sourdough loaves, wholemeal rolls and danish pastries with butter, jam and marmalade. The cold selection offers marinated portobello mushroom with quinoa and a selection of sushi and maki rolls. As for fresh seafood, expect to see chilled tiger prawns, Boston lobsters, smoked salmon and more. Satisfy your sweet tooth with sweet delights like mango mirror mousse and strawberry cream cake. Psst: we’re only scratching the surface. Quench your thirst with free-flow champagne too!
When: Sundays, 12pm to 3pm
Cost: $128++ per pax, $145++ with wines and beers, $175++ with champagne
Kwee Zeen at Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa, 2 Bukit Manis Road, Singapore 099891
7. Stellar at 1-Altitude: New York Sunday Brunch
A brunch of epic proportions – we’re talking 62 levels high – this New York Brunch from The Big Apple has a communal menu. Dishes include the seafood platter with Alaskan crab and poached tiger prawns, sea bass, pork loin, braised leg of lamb, New York cheesecake and apple crumble. Of course, the list doesn’t end here! Looking for free-flow tipples? Just top up $88 per person for champagne, cocktails and wines.
When: Sundays, 12pm to 3pm (last sitting at 2pm)
Cost: $100++ per pax (communal brunch menu); top up $88++ per pax for free-flow champagne, cocktails and wines
Stellar at 1-Altitude, Level 62, One Raffles Place, 1 Raffles Place, Singapore 048616
8. Mo Bar: Cantonese style brunch
Give your brunch a little boost and booze at Mo Bar. The modern Cantonese restaurant adds an Asian twist to brunch with dishes like samosa, Taiwanese beef noodles, butter chicken and matcha yaki-imo cake. You have the choice to select up to three dishes but it’s two hours of free-flow tipples like champagne and selected “Asia’s 50 Best Bars” cocktails.
When: Weekends, 12pm to 2.30pm
The cost: 98++ per pax; add-on 58++ for two hours of free-flow champagne and selected cocktails
Mo Bar, Mandarin Oriental, 5 Raffles Avenue, Singapore 039797
9. Manhattan: Adults-only Sunday cocktail brunch
We’re still recovering from our epic brunch at Manhattan. What do you expect when there are lashings of New York sprinkled in every bev and grub? First, check out the Bloody Mary, G&T and Highball. Then, turn your attention to East Village cocktails and boozy milkshakes. Next, pad your stomach with freshly shucked oysters, Alaskan king crab and poached Boston lobster. Don’t forget the cold cuts and hot starters plate. For dessert, try the crepes suzette, wild strawberry with rhubarb almond tart and devil’s cheesecake, amongst other delights.
When: Sundays, 12pm to 3pm
Cost: $168++ per pax with free-flow cocktails, beers and wines; $208++ per pax with additional free-flow of Bollinger Special Cuvée Champagne
Manhattan, Level 2, Regent Singapore, 1 Cuscaden Road, Singapore 249715
10. Ce La Vi: Popular series turned permanent fixture
Fans of Ce La Vi’s Sky High Brunch series, listen up! The rooftop bar unveils a weekly brunch extravaganza. Make cheat day worth it with contemporary Asian plates and desserts – think wagyu beef tataki, Fine De Claire oysters, Maine lobster, Binchotan grilled Maimoa lamb chops and hazelnut brownie at a la carte prices. As for booze? Gussy up with free-flowing prosecco, white, rosé and red wines, spirits, beers and cocktails.
When: Saturdays, 12pm to 3pm (except the first weekend of the month)
Cost: $88++ for three hours of free-flow prosecco, white, rosé and red wines, spirits, beers and cocktails; top up $48++ for free-flow Billecart-Salmon Brut Reserve NV Champagne
Ce La Vi, Level 57, Tower 3, Marina Bay Sands Hotel, 1 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018971
11. Zafferano: Classic Italian meals and bubbly
Zafferano piles on classic Italian favourites, antipasti, pasta and even desserts. Don’t worry about the carbs and tuck into dishes like risotto, New Zealand lamb rack and baked salmon before ending it off with a selection of fruits and desserts. Of course, no Italian meal is complete with a glass of wine but if you’re in the mood for bubbly, champagne is your answer.
When: Saturdays & Sundays, 12pm-3pm
Cost: $108++ per pax with free-flow sparkling wine, house white and red wine, beer, soft drinks, juices and coffee or tea; $148++ with free-flow champagne, premium white and red wine, beer, soft drinks, juices and coffee or tea
Zafferano Italian Restaurant & Lounge, Level 43 Ocean Financial Centre, 10 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049315
12. Skai: Indulgent Saturday brunch with a view
Brunch at Skai is just the kind of lavish affair where you’d celebrate a special day or even take the parents and in-laws to. It’s plush, it has killer views from the 70th floor, and it serves a la carte cold and hot main dishes, desserts and free-flow craft cocktails. Savour dishes like lobster risotto, pork belly, seared tuna, cured gravlax and smoked salmon and steak. In the drinks department, sip on artisanal cocktails that aren’t your ordinary spirits-with-soda combos. Try Bloody Mary with infused vodka, mango juice and red wine vinegar, as well as Mule Wine Coffee, made of red wine, cherry brandy, coffee and whipped cherry vanilla. We’re counting down to Saturday already!
When: Saturdays, 11.30am-2.30pm
Cost: $178++ (adults); $69++ (children aged 6 to 12 years old)
Skai, Level 70, Swissôtel The Stamford, 2 Stamford Road, Singapore 178882
13. Mitzo: Dim sum galore
Dim sum is the perfect weekend brunch option. There’s always a variety of dishes to choose from, it’s great for gatherings and it fills you up just right so there’s enough room for drinks. Mitzo brings the ultimate yum cha experience to your Saturdays with free-flow cocktails, champagne, wines and beers. There are more than 50 choices of dim sum, wok dishes, desserts and supreme dishes on the menu including Singapore-style chilli lobster and abalone doused in XO sauce. Bringing the kids? There’s a playroom to keep them entertained. Plus, little ones below six dine for free and ages 6 to 12 years old enjoy 50% off.
When: Saturdays, Sundays and selected public holidays, 11.30am to 2.30pm
Cost: $68 ++ per pax; top up $60++ for free-flow cocktails, champagne, wines and beer
Mitzo, Level 4, Grand Park Orchard, Grand Park, 270 Orchard Road, Singapore 238857
14. Fat Prince: Middle Eastern decadence
We’re all for a good Middle Eastern meal and Fat Prince takes the cake – and the kebabs. Its Fat Funky Brunch set gets you a welcome ‘koktail’ and one dip, mezze or salad, plus a dessert of your choice. Top up $69++ for two hours of free-flow tipples including sparkling, red and white wine. You can also splash out extra for more mains, mezze dishes, salads and kebabs from the menu. Sounds like the perfect cocktail for brunch!
When: Weekends, 11.30am to 3pm
Cost: $49++ per pax; $69++ for a selection of sparkling, red, and white wines, beers and signature cocktails
Fat Prince, #01-01, 48 Peck Seah Street, Singapore 079317
15. Publico Ristorante: Free-flow drinks in the afternoon
Not an early riser? With Publico’s free-flow tipples past noon, you can afford to hit that snooze button. The bottomless bonanza starts from 12.30pm all the way to 7pm (split into two slots) so there’s ample time to sip on unlimited champagne, prosecco, wine and beer. The extensive brunch menu has all the usual suspects of an Italian feast, so wear your stretchy pants.
When: Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays, 12.30pm to 3pm or 4pm to 7pm
Cost: Order from a la carte menu; top up $80++ for free-flow prosecco, wine and beer; $110 for free-flow champagne
Publico Ristorante, Level 1, InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay, 1 Nanson Road, Singapore 238909
And there you have it! Who says Singapore can’t do boozy brunch?