Add a few mid-morning dining spots to your repertoire with our guide to finding the best brunches in Singapore!
Brunch in Singapore – the only reason we drag our butts out of bed at 10am on the weekend. Are you a foodie and looking for a mouthwatering new dining haunt to get your eggs Benedict and pancake fix? Here’s our big list of brilliant brunches to check out across the city.
Oriole Coffee + Bar: A brunch with a cuppa Joe
Adding to the smorgasbord of brunch options in the city is Oriole Coffee + Bar’s all-new weekend brunch. Spearheaded by head chef Randy Torres, the brunch features hearty and comforting breakfast-y treats like smoked salmon rosti ($16), crab cake Benedict ($22) and the all-American fully loaded breakfast platter ($20). Food coma got you sleepy? Perk up with an espresso!
Oriole Coffee + Bar, 6 Somerset Road, Pan Pacific Serviced Suites Orchard, #01-01, Singapore 238163. p. 6238 8348. Open weekdays 8am-11pm, weekends 8am-12pm.
OverEasy: An all-American diner brunch
Best cure for a hangover? Nothing like a good ol’, all-American brunch. OverEasy Orchard at Liat Towers has the right remedy for your weekend – think grilled cheese sandwiches with braised short ribs; wagyu beef burgers stacked with sunny-side up, ham, double-smoked bacon and sweet chilli sauce; truffled egg toast and Amazonian acai bowls. Still feel that buzz? That’s just your tummy rumbling.
OverEasy Orchard, #01-01 Liat Towers, 541 Orchard Road, Singapore 238881, p. 6684 1453. OverEasy Orchard’s brunch menu is available only on weekends and public holidays ’til 3pm.
Tanjong Beach Club: An all-day beachside brunch
Sun, sand and a scrumptious brunch, Tanjong Beach Club has it all. It’s the perfect place to sit back and pretend you’re on a mini vacay. Their all-day restaurant by the beach will have you spoilt for choice with a refreshed menu of coastal-inspired dishes. Start off with brunch favourites like smashed avo toast, eggs Benedict and a wholesome grain salad with octopus. Follow it up with delectable dishes like the Wagyu beef carpaccio, Hokkaido scallop ceviche and artigiani burrata, all made with premium ingredients sourced from around the world. And what’s a beachside brunch without tropical tipples! Wash it all down with summer cocktails like the copabanana, a fruity banana and dark rum concoction or the Malayan mai tai, a secret blend with pandan and tropical flavours.
Tanjong Beach Club, 120 Tanjong Beach Walk, Sentosa, Singapore 098942. p. 6270 1355. Tanjong Beach Club’s brunch menu is available every day
Oscar’s: A supercharged Sunday brunch
At Oscar’s Supercharged Sunday Brunch at Conrad Centennial Singapore, you can expect no flighty gimmicks and stuffy ground rules; just a gluttonous feast that’s absolutely perfect for foodies. Sucker for seafood? This Supercharged Sunday Brunch doesn’t skimp on maritime fare with its seafood bar, featuring oysters, sashimi, and exclusive crab creations. Plant yourself at the carving station where you can devour Oscar’s famous roast London duck that’s both crispy and juicy. And it isn’t just about indulging in temptation here; clean eaters can also get their fill at Oscar’s Salad Bar – an astounding four-metre-long platter. Also offering a saccharine finale are delicacies like Oscar’s black forest cake, tofu and green tea panna cotta, and cendol gula melaka coconut espuma. Wanna hear more?.
The Conrad Centennial Singapore Supercharged Sunday Brunch at Oscar’s, 2 Temasek Boulevard, Singapore 038982.
Ash & Elm’s: Brunch like the Brits
We are on a perennial lookout for the perfect spots to eat (and drink) our way through the weekend. And Intercontinental’s Ash & Elm has new British themed Sunday Champagne brunch that’s nothing short of a royal treat. Dig into English favourites like super light fish and chips, delectable pan-seared scallops with bacon bits, a tender halibut with lemon butter and what not – presented in a lovely spread right on your table. Theme aside, they’ve got all the crowd pleasers too – fresh seafood, a caviar bar, charcuterie and a dessert station that includes a fluffy bread pudding and sticky toffee cakes. Oh, and with a free flow Champagne, Pimm’s Cup and house wine, that’s Sunday done right!
Ash & Elm, InterContinental Singapore, 80 Middle Rd, Singapore 188966
Beach Road Kitchen: Brunch with the fam
If it’s a family brunch affair you’re after, our pick goes to Beach Road Kitchen at JW Marriott Singapore South Beach. While the young’uns are entertained at the kids’ corner with cupcake and pizza-making stations, you’ll get to dig in to premium seafood, which includes Spanish mussels, French oysters and Maine lobsters, fresh-out-of-the-oven-pizza, as well as tomahawk steak and grilled to order meats and seafood. Have a taste for local food? There’s also beloved local favourites such as chicken rice and roast duck.
Beach Road Kitchen, Level 1, JW Marriott Singapore South Beach, 30 Beach Road, Singapore 189763, p. 6818 1913,
Senso: Brunch with Italian flair
This Italian brunch spread at Senso’s Tuscany-inspired courtyard will have you leaping out of bed. Here, diners can feast on a brunch buffet filled with Italian signatures like antipasti of fresh oysters, cheeses and cold cuts, along with an assortment of fresh salads. Don’t forget to make room for scrumptious mains with a variety of free-flow pastas, seafood and meats; there’s no shame in pile ‘em up high! A brunch affair will not be complete without some booze, and for a top-up of just $20, you can enjoy your brunch with all-you-can-drink Italian prosecco, wines, draught beer, juices and more. If a boozy brunch isn’t for you, there’s also a non-alcoholic option for a steal at $78++ per person.
Senso, 21 Club Street, Singapore 069410, p. 6224 3534. Brunch is available on Sundays, 11.30am-3pm.
Long Chim: Brunch with a Thai twist
You’re entitled to all the amazing Thai dishes you can consume at David Thompson’s Long Chim at Marina Bay Sands. Get hungry for spicy pork with rice cakes, grilled eggplant salad with steamed egg and dried prawns, green curry of kampong chicken with Thai eggplants, and grilled tilapia in salt crust. Most of these flavour-packed, hangover-busting plates are meant to be shared, so this means you have more tummy room for post-prandial sweets like the pandanus noodles and coconut cake, and black sticky rice.
Long Chim, #L2-02 Atrium 2, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956, p. 6688 7299.
Kinki: A Japanese bottomless brunch
Tucked away in a historic building that sits in front of Singapore’s beautiful Marina Bay waterfront, Kinki Restaurant + Bar is a contemporary Japanese dining spot that packs a punch with its modern take on Japanese dishes (think playfully decadent items like foie gras sushi and snow crab tofu). About 43 of these delish picks will be available for an a la carte buffet brunch every Saturday, showcasing the bold, unorthodox approach that Kinki is renowned for amongst weekend warriors and post-work chillax-ers. Want to know more? Check out our full feature.
Kinki Restaurant + Bar, #02-02 Customs House, 70 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049323, p. 6533 3471. Kinki’s Bottomless Brunch is available on Saturdays, 12pm-3pm
Mo’Mor Izakaya: A brunch where East meets West
Conveniently located at Orchard’s Tanglin area, Mo’mor Izakaya is the perfect reprieve from the shopping street’s hustle and bustle, and an ideal hideaway to catch up with your gal pals over this Japanese-European resto’s weekend brunch menu – and it’s one you brunch addicts will definitely wanna hear mo’more about.
Mo’mor Izakaya, 56 Tanglin Road, #B1-01, Tanglin Post Office, Singapore 247964, p. 6463 8080. Mo’mor Weekend Brunch Menu is available on weekends 10am- 3pm.
The Pelican: Brunchin’ with seafood
The Pelican Seafood Bar & Grill has recently revealed a scrumptious new East Coast American-themed brunch menu with a culinary emphasis on – you guessed it – seafood. Start off with a rich, comforting seafood bouillabaisse, followed by mains like the smoked haddock and corn fritters, crab omelette, oyster platters, and tiger prawns and asparagus. If you’re already familiar with The Pelican’s classic offerings, you’ll be happy to know that perennial favourites, like the crumbled bleu cobb, crab cakes, snapper pie, Pelican platter, and Pelican burger, still remain on the menu.
The Pelican Seafood Bar & Grill, #01-01, One Fullerton, 1 Fullerton Road, Singapore 049213. The Ultimate Weekender Brunch is available on Saturdays 12pm-4pm.
Working Title: Burgers for brunch
Our two favourite B-words come together in Working Title’s brand new brunch menu. The Arab Street café’s got a brand new burger for brunch, and it comes packed with a grilled beef patty topped with turkey bacon, truffle scrambled eggs, crushed tater tots, caramelised onions, mild cheddar and a smoky barbecue sauce – talk about a brunch of champs! But if you prefer more traditional brunch offerings, opt for the Working Big Breakfast or the smoked salmon with asparagus and scrambled eggs.
Working Title, 48 Arab Street, Singapore 199745. p. 6298 8721. Open weekdays 11am-10pm, weekends 10am-11pm.
Mitzo: Brunch with Chinese cuisine
Here’s another one for you brunch hunters! Mitzo’s brunch menu, available every weekend from 11.30am to 2.30pm, will spoil you with luxurious dishes featuring lobster, abalone, and bamboo clam. For an additional cost, enjoy free-flow Veuve Clicquot champagne, wine, beer, and artisanal cocktails specially selected by Mitzo’s mixologist to complement these Oriental brunch offerings.
Mitzo, Grand Park Orchard, Level 4 Grand Park, 270 Orchard Road, Singapore 238857. p. 6603 8855.
Lolla: A brunch that’s mad for Mediterranean
This Ann Siang restaurant recently marked its fourth year by unveiling new brunch offerings that are already making our stomachs growl (be still, our tums!). Drool-worthy dishes include cashew nut milk, baked Shropshire blue cheese omelette, beef tongue hash, lamb tenders, crab lasagne and stuffed squid – gotta munch ’em all!
Lolla, 22 Ann Siang Road, Singapore 069702, p. 6423 1228
boCHINche: An Argentine brunch
While this Amoy Street establishment already trumps with its grilled steaks – alongside tantalising small plates like sea bass ceviche, Hokkaido scallops tiradito and caramelised pork belly – we’d gladly scrape ourselves outta bed over the weekend to munch on its brunch bites. Exotic eats here include the Faina and fried eggs with crushed avocado, coriander and aji molido cream fraiche; brioche French toast with home-cooked ham and bacon ice cream; and boCHINche’s Dulce de leche – a thick, caramel-like syrup that is trickled over fluffy pancakes, and topped with caramelised banana, chopped basil and baked ricotta cheese.
boCHINche, #01-02, 115 Amoy Street, Singapore 239058, p. 6235 4990.
Wooloomooloo: For carnivorous brunch-ers
Who said you can’t devour a steak during brunch? Set to get carnivores flocking in droves is Wooloomooloo, a prime steakhouse at Swissotel the Stamford with a revamped five-course brunch menu, boasting a selection of mouthwatering meat dishes such as braised wagyu beef cheek in béchamel sauce, and filet mignon with brioche croute and foie gras and bubbly, of course.
Wooloomooloo Steakhouse, Level 2 Swissotel The Stamford, 2 Stamford Road, Singapore 178882, p. 6338 0261.
Jones The Grocer – Brunch while doing the groceries
You can always trust the Aussies when it comes to coffee and brunch. Our go-to cafe for a cuppa, Jones the Grocer is one of our all-time faves for brunch. Our vote’s on the egg royale and hotcakes, but the classic eggs Benedict hardly disappoints either. Get your weekly grocery shopping done while you’re there too!
Jones the Grocer, Block 9 #01-12 Dempsey Road, Dempsey Hill, Singapore 247697, p. 6476 1512. Brunch available weekends & PH 8am-3pm.
The White Rabbit: Brunch in a church
A go-to romantic ‘date night’ restaurant, this stunning establishment is housed in a conserved chapel and exudes an elegant old-world charm with a touch of modern sensibility. Brunch is a decadent affair with a selection of pastas, crisp potato rosti, and the ultimate breakfast essential – eggs (available in every style possible!). Try the White Rabbit Fry Up, which offers two eggs any style served with assorted meats and greens, or indulge in the sumptuous Maine lobster and scrambled egg & mushrooms.
The White Rabbit, 39C Harding Road, Singapore 249541, p. 97210536. Brunch available on weekends 1030am-3pm.
Don Quijote: Brunch like the Spaniards
Fancy something a little more exotic for brunch? Head over to this casual tapas joint for its weekend brunch buffet that includes tapas, salads, soups pastas and more. Enjoy authentic Spanish classics like barbecued spicy sausages, patatas bravas, and croquettes with cured Spanish ham. For $58++, you’ll even get a free flow of beers, wine and sangria *hic*.
Don Quijote, Dempsey Road, #01-02, Block 7, Singapore 249671. Available weekends.
PS. Cafe: The one brunch lovers flock to
PS.Café needs no introduction, but that’s not stopping us from raving about their brunch! One of their signature brunch dishes is croque madame with shaved Ardenne smoked ham, gratineed montreux guyere cheese on rustic bread and topped with a fried egg. This brunch isn’t just limited to the Harding Road outlet; head to Palais Renaissance, Ann Siang Hill, or Paragon, and check out their respective brunch creations too.
PS.Café, 28B Harding Road, Singapore 249549, p. 90708782.
Ash & Elm: Brunch with free-flow caviar
The European-themed restaurant at InterContinental Singapore has recently rolled out a new Sunday Brunch menu, and boy, is it extravagant. The sumptuous buffet is made up of not one, not two, but five sections: there’s a charcuterie & cheese room, an egg station, a live carving station, a dessert station and a seafood corner. That last station in particular has us squealing in delight – aside from freshly shucked oysters, lobsters, poached live prawns, and Alaskan king crab, you can go over the top with limitless servings of salty, luxurious caviar. Watch us smear it over everything on our table!
Ash & Elm, Level 1, InterContinental Singapore, 80 Middle Road, Singapore 188966, p. 6825 1008.
Penny University: Brunchin’ in the East
This cosy little cafe on East Coast Road champions the “made in Singapore” concept. They source their coffee beans from local roasters, serve bread baked fresh daily in the area, and often collaborate with local bakers. Solid choices like the Turkish eggs and the smoked salmon bagel cost just $8.
Penny University, 402 East Coast Road, Singapore 428997, p. 6345 9055.
Mezza9: Brunch in a swanky hotel
Located on the mezzanine level of luxe five-star hotel, Grand Hyatt Singapore, not only does mezza9 ooze contemporary style and sophistication, it also serves up an amazingly huge Sunday brunch complete with an international buffet spread, free-flow Champagne, wine, and beer. Brace yourself for a lavish gourmet spread that’s enough to keep you eating for days – tempting thought! Be spoilt for choice with a truly international buffet line-up spread out across seven dining areas. Read our full review here.
mezza9, Grand Hyatt Singapore, 10 Scotts Road, p. 6732 1234.
SPRMRKT: Brunch with a side of art
Virtually everything’s made from scratch here at SPRMRKT (short for supermarket). The weekend brunch menu consists of offerings like the yoghurt berries trifle ($10), egg omelette with various fillings ($14), and eggs Florentine ($14). As its name implies, yes, you can do your grocery shopping here too, and you can even get inspired with pop-up artist exhibitions too.
SPRMRKT, 2 McCallum Street, Singapore 069043, p. 6221 2105.
Adrift Bar and Restaurant: Brunch from a celebrity chef
Looking for brunch on the weekends? Then head to Adrift Bar and Restaurant. There are wagyu beef burgers, chicken and waffles, French toast, and even an omakase that comes out of the kitchen of celebrity chef, David Myers. Boasting buttermilk biscuits and apple cakes, rare roast beef salads with mixed radishes, and seafood platters boasting king prawns, chilled spider crabs and Pacific oysters, Adrift ups the novelty of the weekend brunch scene. Warm up your appetite with our full guide.
Adrift Bar & Restaurant by Chef David Myers, 10 Bayfront Avenue, Marina Bay Sands, Hotel Lobby Tower 2, , Singapore 018956, p. 6688 5657.
Super Loco: Brunch if you’ve got the munchies for Mexican
Fancy a Mexican brunch? One of our favourite spots, Super Loco, puts out amazing brunch creations during the weekend, like huevos rancheros (can’t forget that classic), a steak breakfast burrito, a pulled pork torta, and the must-try blue corn cake. They even offer the oh-so-healthy (yet yummy) acai bowl!
Super Loco, #01-13 The Quayside, 60 Robertson Quay, Singapore 238252, p. 6235 8900.
Angelina: Brunch from the famous French patisserie
Get your chic on at this cute French tearoom that oozes Parisian charm. Brunch is a $42, three-course affair and starts with hot drinks, fresh juices, and an array of authentic pastries, including croissants and pain au chocolat, followed by darphin potatoes, eggs done however you like ’em, and bacon or smoked salmon. Rounding off this brunch ménage à trois is a choice between pineapple and mango tartare with lime, or brioche French toast with wild berries. J’adore! And if that doesn’t catch your fancy, there’s also an array of delish sounding a-la-carte and snack options, including Francophile faves such as Croque Monsieur and quiche Lorraine. Not to mention, Angelina’s pastries that’ve stirred quite a buss!
Angelina, 2 Bayfront Avenue, Canal Level,, #B2-89/89A, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore 018972
Manhattan: Brunch at one of Singapore’s best bars
Get ready for a boozy Sunday brunch at this swanky hotel bar. Decadent treats like smoked foie gras with onion rings, bacon and eggs, freshly shucked oysters, mini bagels, and cinnamon raisin sticky buns await you, but all that’s not complete without a DIY glass of Bloody Mary.
Manhattan, 2/F Regent Singapore, 1 Cuscaden Road, Singapore 249715, p. 6725 3377.
Artichoke: Brunch from the dude-Sin master
Trust Bjorn Shen – the wackiest chef we know – to whip up Middle Eastern-influenced dishes your taste buds won’t let you forget. The menu’s ever-changing, but to give you an idea of what to expect, items like a crazily-stacked smoked salmon pancake with Jim Beam-infused sour cream, and a sujuk sausage menemen (Turkish wet omelette) have graced the menu.
Artichoke, Sculpture Square, 161 Middle Road, Singapore 188978, p. 6336 6949.
The Lokal: Brunch that oozes Melbourne vibes
Modelled after famous Melbourne joint, Pope Joan, The Lokal offers plenty of Aussie-inspired creations. The LOKAL bangers & mash, and lobster roll are real hits, but if you’d like to customise your own brunch special, you can choose from the extensive list of sides. Handmade ricotta, poached eggs, toasted pumpernickel, dry-cured bacon… you’re going to have to make some big decisions. Also, fab coffee from sister outlet Sarnies is available here.
The Lokal, 136 Neil Road, Singapore 088865, p. 6423 9918.
Ronin: The hidden brunch
This hidden gem has no signage whatsoever, so if you aren’t actively looking for the café, chances are, you’ll walk right past the space on Hong Kong Street. Try the super fluffy brioche French toast with braised apples and bacon, and for coffee, order either The Wicked (mocha with mint) or the Matchatone (green tea latte).
Ronin, 17 Hong Kong Street, Singapore 059660.
The Beast: Brunch with a love for Louisiana
Chicken and waffles, pulled pork hash, bacon maple-glazed donuts, a mac and cheese burger – these are just some of the sinful Southern treats you can feast on at The Beast, a bourbon bar in the Bugis area. Don’t forget to order some sweet tea!
The Beast, 17 Jalan Klapa, Singapore 199329, p. 6295 0017.
Oldies but goodies
Can’t leave out the good ol’ spots. These places never let us down when we’re craving our favourite meal of the day.
9 Jalan Kubor, Singapore 199206, p. 6291 9901.
Common Man Coffee Roasters
#01-00, 22 Martin Road, Singapore 239058, p. 6836 4695.
6A Shenton Way OUE Downtown Gallery B1-07 Singapore 068815
510 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 1, Singapore 569983, p. 6459 5743.
7 Rodyk St, Singapore 238215, p. 6734 9007.
One Man Coffee
215R Upper Thomson Road, Singapore 574349, p. 9658 1685.
136 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 068601, p. 6224 6091.
5 Simon Road, Singapore 545893, p. 6284 0349.