Say yes to bottomless booze: 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!
Best boozy brunches in Singapore
1. the kitchen table: For the ultimate tropical escape
Live the island life at W Singapore – Sentosa Cove. Within the lush coastal setting of Sentosa, this luxury hotel plays host to an extravagant brunch fiesta every Sunday. Book a table at the kitchen table for Brunchscape (from $128++), an indulgent buffet with live music and poolside views. Fancy taking a dip? Your brunch package comes with pool access as well.
Dig into an array of seafood including fresh oysters, melt-in-your-mouth sashimi, grilled prawn and scallops. And don’t miss out on tender grilled wagyu, T-bone lamb and roasted duck. For local delights, try the freshly made laksa, Singapore chili crab with mantou and bak kwa fried rice. By the pool, there’s also a tandoor oven with a selection of aromatic dishes like butter chicken and tandoori prawns.
Plus, get buzzed with free flow booze options: add $68++ for prosecco or $98++ for Moet & Chandon. We recommend giving the cocktails a sip too! For a spicy kick, Bloody Hell is the restaurant’s take on a Bloody Mary, with spiced Bacardi rum and hot cholula sauce that’s sure to leave an impression. Or, try the W Sling Shot, a cocktail reminiscent of the Singapore Sling, topped off with a sweet cherry popsicle to chase away the heat.
When: Sundays, 12pm-3pm
Cost: $128++ per pax, top up $68++ for free-flow prosecco or $98++ for free-flow Moët & Chandon Brut Champagne, wines, beers and cocktails
the kitchen table, W Singapore – Sentosa Cove, Sentosa, 21 Ocean Way, Singapore 098374
2. Luce by Davide Giacomelli: For an Italian gastronomic experience
Head to Intercontinental Singapore’s flagship Luce by Davide Giacomelli for the best of Italian nosh and booze. Grab a seat at the restaurant’s first Italian Bistronomic Champagne Brunch for free-flow seafood and sashimi on ice, live stations and live music. At the seafood table, expect fresh oysters, Boston lobster, snow crab leg and more. Must-tries include the gaspacho di pomodori, a savoury cold soup, to start your meal and Eggs a l’ Amatriciana – Chef’s Davide’s favourite dish on the menu.
Craving meat? Try the orecchia de elefante (“elephant ears”), a large piece of tender veal that’s breaded and fried for a deliciously addictive flavour and the Spezzatino di Manzo, a flavourful Italian beef stew. Can’t miss out on pasta? Order the pasta al forno for a rich flavour of bolognese and creamy bechamel sauce. Plus, don’t forget the cheese wheel pasta prepped a la minute that will satisfy any cheese fan. Pizza lovers, enjoy hand-knead freshly baked pizza and pinsa for a crispy crunch on the outside and a soft airy inner dough. Complete your meal with a wide range of desserts to end on a sweet note – don’t leave without trying the luce-misu, Crostata Pistachio and macaron.
When: Sunday, 12pm-3pm
Cost: from $98++ with free-flow non-alcoholic drinks, from $138++ for free-flow alcoholic options
Luce by Davide Giacomelli, InterContinental Singapore, Level 1, 80 Middle Road, Singapore 188966
3. Osteria BBR: For fresh oysters and champagne
Helmed by Alain Ducasse, Osteria BBR at Raffles Hotel Singapore is known for showcasing the taste of Continental Europe with Italian flavours and seasonal produce. Clink your glasses at its Sunday champagne brunch to enjoy the stylish vibes and good food.
We’re loving this boozy brunch option for its seafood selection: think fresh oysters, lobster, scrambled eggs with sea urchin and caviar and more. Plus, you can’t miss the authentic Italian delights like freshly-made pasta, margherita or calabrese pizza, and Italian cold cuts alongside a range of artisanal cheeses. Don’t forget to save space for desserts like the classic tiramisu, chocolate mousse or a light sorbet!
Keep the tipples flowing with free-flow alcohol, including cocktails like the good ol’ bloody mary or an aperol spritz. Those who prefer wines can order white, red or rose. Skipping the alcohol? Coffee, tea and soft drinks are available too.
When: Sunday, 12pm – 3pm
Cost: from $168 with free-flow alcoholic options
Osteria BBR, Raffles Hotel Singapore, 1 Beach Road, Singapore 189673
4. Kinki: For free-flowing Japanese delights
We love free-flow champagne, but what about bottomless sashimi? Kinki is out here shaking up the F&B scene by defying tradition. You’ll find Japanese dishes with modern twists and a touch of Kinki flair. Enjoy an almost never-ending supply of sashimi, innovative maki rolls, mains and so much more. Start off with maguro sashimi and order a lobster salad maki roll to share. Mains include fried pork cutlet in apple curry, wagyu foie gras donburi, and udon. Wash it all down with some sake for the perfect start to your weekend.
When: Saturdays and public holidays
Cost: $68++ per pax, add on $38++ for free flow alcoholic drinks
Kinki, #02-02, Customs House, 70 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049323
5. Caviar: Fine dining caviar brunch
This one’s pure indulgence – there’s nothing quite like the pairing of caviar and champagne. Head to the elegant restaurant for a luxurious treat. Sample a flight of four different exquisite caviar labels paired with homemade blinis and mushroom toast. If you can’t get enough caviar, try any of the course menus. That’s your opportunity to taste dishes like uni pasta and wagyu beef cheeks with smoked pomme puree.
When: Monday to Saturday
Cost: $168++ per pax (caviar and champagne experience only)
Caviar, #B1-07, Palais Renaissance, 390 Orchard Road, Singapore 238871
6. Lavo Singapore: Champagne brunch with a view
Save your weekends for the Italian restaurant’s iconic Sunday champagne brunch. Whet your appetite with recurring faves served a la carte including margherita pizza, prime hanger steak and truffle crab salad. Make it fancy by pairing the dishes with bottomless Veuve Clicquot champagne. This, plus the knockout skyline views, equates to a fab afternoon.
When: Sundays, 12pm-3pm
Cost: $98++ per pax (buffet only); $168++ with free-flow champagne
Lavo Singapore, Level 57, Marina Bay Sands, Tower 1, 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956
7. Firangi Superstar: Modern Indian brunch fit for royalty
Going to Firangi Superstar always puts us in a good mood. And now that they’ve launched its ‘Champagne Superstar’ brunch menu, there’s no excuse not to patronise the modern Indian restaurant on Saturdays. Once you’ve made yourself comfy, open the letter on your table to reveal the splendid menu – select between the veg and non-veg options, and remember to pick a main dish.
The brunch experience begins with a customised wooden box. Inside, you’ll find bite-sized morsels of Indian classics with a modern spin. Savour bites like caviar puri with creme fraiche, seekh sausage roll with pork or jackfruit, mushroom tart with kadai mushrooms, masala donut with dhal kachori and banana bread. As for the mains, the fish and chips – Amritsari snapper served in the crispiest golden batter with a generous portion of gunpowder fries – is ‘chef’s kiss’. What’s brunch without eggs? The baked eggs with keema or channa masala pav will fill you up nicely.
Sweet tooths, be wowed by the gorgeous dessert display which includes red velvet peanut cake, honey rum chocolate cake with Parle-G crumble and the popular cinnamon-ginger cookies with Kashmiri chilli and white chocolate. Wash it all down with brut or rose, craft cocktails and spiced chai.
When: Saturdays, 12pm-3pm
Cost: $88 (food only), $158 (food and free-flow selected beverages including Moet and Chandon Brut or Rose); $328 (food and free flow of selected beverages including Veuve Clicquot La Grand Dame)
Firangi Superstar, 20 Craig Road, Singapore 089692
8. Publico Ristorante: Free-flow drinks in the afternoon
Feasting on a whole lot of Italian food sounds like the perfect way to spend your weekend. With a menu this huge, you’ll definitely be spoilt for choice. Start with bruschetta before diving into pasta with lobster, crab, or tomato vodka sauce. Get a wood-fired pizza and some fries to share or enjoy it all to yourself. We won’t judge! For booze, go through the signature cocktails or the list of bubbly. Alternatively, get a round of shots to really get the party started.
When: Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays, from 12pm to 3pm
Cost: Order from an a la carte menu; top up from $85++ for free-flow prosecco, rose, wine and champagne
Publico Ristorante, Level 1, InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay, 1 Nanson Road, Singapore 238909
9. Madame Fan: Dim sum and Asian-inspired cocktails
Move your weekend shenanigans to Madame Fan. With the “Dim sum, drink sum” brunch, the restaurant satisfies all dim sum cravings with bottomless steamed and fried options. Get your chopsticks ready for main dishes too! We’re looking at braised sliced abalone, jasmine tea-smoked ribs and woke-fried roasted pork. As for cocktails? Try East Mule (vodka, kaffir lime, frangelico and ginger beer) or Golden Elixir (whisky, apple cordial and amaretto).
When: Weekends and public holidays, 11am to 1pm; 1:30pm to 3:30pm
Cost: $98++ per pax; $68++ with free flow cocktails and wines
Madame Fan, The NCO Club, 32 Beach Road, Singapore 189764
10. 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 is the place to be for a stunning brunch. Indulge yourself in some uber fresh seafood. From Boston lobsters to succulent prawns, the possibilities are endless. And with over 15 live stations like meat carvings and waffle-making, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Top up a little extra and get access to the DIY Bloody Mary and G&T station!
When: Sundays, 12pm to 3pm
Cost: $128++ per pax, top up $55++ for wines and beers, or $75++ for champagne
Kwee Zeen at Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa, 2 Bukit Manis Road, Singapore 099891
11. 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 and Manhattan Spritzer trolley. Then, turn your attention to cocktails and boozy milkshakes. Next, pad your stomach with freshly shucked oysters, mustard crusted lamb leg, and slow-cooked pulled pork. For dessert, try the old fashioned buttermilk pie, amongst other delights.
When: Sundays, 12pm to 3pm
Cost: $198++ per pax with free-flow cocktails; $238++ per pax with additional free-flow of champagne
Manhattan, Level 2, Conrad Singapore Orchard, 1 Cuscaden Road, Singapore 249715
12. Skai: Indulgent Saturday brunch with a view
Brunch at Skai is just the kind of lavish affair where you’ll 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 unlimited tipples and plated dishes. Start with the charcuterie board and cheese platter, and follow it up with cold crab, spiced falafel, and steak with fries.
In the drinks department, sip on artisanal cocktails that aren’t your ordinary spirits-with-soda combos. Try Bloody Umai with gin infused with apple mint, tomato, and ginger beer. Or go for the make-your-own Matsuri Sangria with Aperol, wine, and blood orange. We’re counting down to Saturday already!
When: Saturdays, 12pm-3.30pm
Cost: $178++ for Laurent-Perrier Brut Nv
Skai, Level 70, Swissôtel The Stamford, 2 Stamford Road, Singapore 178882
13. Brasserie Les Saveurs: A refreshed classic
The ever classy Brasserie Les Saveurs wows us with its brunch showcase. Besides seafood on ice, sashimi, and the mozzarella bar, you’ve got chef’s specials like truffle scrambled eggs, foie gras, and grilled octopus. Desserts include French pastries, cakes, tarts, and ice cream. Yum! Wash it all down with free-flow flutes from the Champagne Barons de Rothschild series.
When: Sundays, 12.30pm to 2.30pm
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
Brasserie Les Saveurs, The St. Regis Singapore, 29 Tanglin Road, Singapore 247911
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 brunch set gets you a choice of dip, mezze, main, and dessert. 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 from the menu. Sounds like the perfect cocktail for brunch!
When: Weekends, 11.30am to 3pm
Cost: $55++ per pax; $69++ for a selection of sparkling, red, and white wines, beers and signature cocktails
Fat Prince, 48 Peck Seah Street, Singapore 079317
15. Astor Bar: Cocktail brunch for grown-ups
Leave the little ones at home and treat yourself to a decadent adults-only brunch at this elegant bar for a sophisticated afternoon. Settle into your plush seat before you start nibbling on a fresh seafood platter. Next, the five-course meal takes you to your choice of starter (we’re big fans of the Maryland crab cake!) and eggs (have yours poached, soft boiled, scrambled or done cocotte-style). You’ll be sipping on the bar’s signature cocktails – all made to order – as you go. Order a variety for the table so you can try a bit of everything, we say.
Don’t forget to save space for the mains! Select your top pick from a line-up of fried chicken, fish and chips, and the St. Regis beef burger. Finally, what’s brunch without dessert? Choose all the sweets you want when the trolley pulls up by your table. No judgment here!
When: Every Saturday, 12pm to 2pm
Cost: $89++ per pax (brunch only); $155++ with cocktails; $205++ with cocktails and champagne
Astor Bar, The St. Regis Singapore, 29 Tanglin Road, Singapore 247912
16. Ce La Vi: For a bubbly start to your weekend
Every weekend’s a party with Ce La Vi. It’s turning up daytime dining with live DJ sets so that you can celebrate the weekend in style. Order the seafood or sushi platter to share, and grab an array of warm meals like truffle rice porridge and turbot with yuzu beurre blanc. Wash it all down with champagne, beer, or cocktails of your choice. The best part? Three hours of free-flow boozy fun.
When: Weekends, 12pm to 3pm
Cost: Order from an a la carte menu; from $58++ for free-flow wine, alcoholic, and non-alcoholic drinks
Ce La Vi, Level 57, Tower 3, Marina Bay Sands Hotel, 1 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018971
17. 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 Croque Madame) and unlimited a la carte plates (cold seafood, cold cuts, cheeses and eggs, just to name a few). Feeling thirsty? Top up and sip on free-flow prosecco, wine and beer! End your day on a sweet note with unlimited waffles, seasonal fruits, and cakes.
When: Weekends and public holidays, 12pm-2.30pm
Cost: $55++ per pax; get free-flow beer, wine, and prosecco from $40
Alley on 25, Level 25, Andaz Singapore, 5 Fraser Street, Singapore 189354
And there you have it! Who says Singapore can’t do boozy brunch?