7 boozy brunches to indulge in at Easter

Brunch is always a good idea – plus, we’ll take any excuse to indulge a little more on the weekends. And it seems the dining scene is on the same page, with a veritable buffet of options to choose from, all serving decadent dishes and flowing Easter champagne.

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Specialty of the estate, duck with truffles. Photo: Hilton Singapore Orchard

Estate, Hilton Singapore Orchard

Marvel at the botanically inspired interiors of this all-day dining establishment as you munch on freshly shucked oysters, wagyu prime rib with Yorkshire pudding and bordelaise sauce, beef wellington laced with black truffle sauce and salmon cooked in rock salt with citrus beurre blanc. Do not miss the specialty, duck with truffles.

Easter isn’t complete without egg creations, and Estate ups the game with a variety of dishes, such as Swedish egg omelettes with trout roe and dill, quail egg nicoise salad and egg Scotch Easter Egg. Also, don’t miss the Alléosse cheese trolley, filled with 24 types of French cheese and a good variety of cakes, from carrot cake with pops of candy to lemon tarte flambée, cream puff with rum and hazelnut and the classic Hilton cheesecake.

The Easter Champagne Grand Lunch Buffet is offered on April 17 from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Brunch is $118 per person, or $168 with unlimited Champagne Laurent Perrier, white wine, red wine and Bloody Mary cocktails.


Photo: Andaz Singapore

Driveway on 25, Andaz Singapore

Alley on 25 at Hotel Andaz offers a festive brunch experience with flowing platters of freshly shelled oysters, tiger prawns and mussels, plus charcuterie like Iberian ham, mortadella and duck rillettes. Guests can also sample special cage-free Easter eggs, such as the Scotch Egg and Avruga Caviar Egg, as well as a shared cutting board of gourmet sausages, roast lamb and honey-baked ham. On top of that, diners have a choice of entrees, such as oven-roasted spring chicken with Provencal herbs and burnt lemon, seafood mac and cheese, or shepherd’s pie. Special treats for the occasion include an awesome sounding chocolate Easter egg sundae with a mochi waffle in chocolate sauce.

Easter brunch, April 16 and 17, is $98 per person. Top up $45 for wines, beers and free flow prosecco.


Hyatt Easter
Photo: Grand Hyatt Singapore

mezza9, Grand Hyatt Singapore

For the ultimate celebration, mezza9’s free-flowing Easter Champagne Brunch deploys a host of gourmet meats, sustainable seafood, desserts and more in its various open kitchens. Focus on spiny lobster, freshly shucked plump rock oysters and Australian salmon trout caviar from the Yarra Valley accompanied by lemon blinis. Or aim for Asian favorites like crispy fried tiger prawns in a creamy salted egg yolk sauce. The dessert station includes carrot cake with cream cheese, cherry crumble, bread and butter pudding, tiramisu and soft serve ice cream.

For $128, the April 17 brunch comes with freshly squeezed juices and soft drinks. Top up $80 for Barons de Rothschild Champagne or $100 for GH Mumm Rosé, plus a bottomless house for wines, gin and tonics, and beers.


Opus Bar & Grill - Easter
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Opus Bar & Grill, Voco Orchard Singapore

The Voco Hotel’s grill offers a choice of well-executed dishes, including a substantial hanger steak, roast porchetta and grilled rack of lamb. You can also dive into unlimited seafood, including freshly shucked oysters, juicy Boston lobsters, and plump tiger prawns. Forget the calories for a day and stock up on decadent Torchon foie gras, truffle omelet, gourmet pasta and delicious hot pizzas. Dessert includes the Easter classic, hot cross buns, as well as an artisan cheese platter.

Opus’ Easter Champagne Seafood Brunch takes place on April 17, from 12:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. Brunch at $168 with free-flow Prosecco or $186 with free-flow champagne.


Zafferano Champagne Brunch
Photo: Zafferano

Zafferano Italian Restaurant and Lounge

A brunch with a view is always a plus. In Zafferano, soak up views of the city skyline as you dive into a traditional Italian feast, with shared portions of starters and pasta, plus main courses and plated desserts. Highlights include the smoked caciocavallo risotto and the short rib ravioli with taleggio. Options for herb-crusted rack of lamb with crispy eggplant cannolo, Mediterranean sea bass with zucchini terrine, or Angus beef striploin with truffle jus. Finish your meal with classic Italian desserts like Pastiera Napoletana – shortbread tart filled with creamy ricotta, candied orange and orange blossom – as well as Colomba Pasquale, a sweet bread shaped like a dove.

The Italian Table Easter Brunch is served on Saturday April 16 from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. It’s $148 with free-flow sparkling wine or $198 with free-flow champagne.


Gem Steak
Photo: Gemma

If you’re a fan of popular French bubbly Louis Roederer, head to the National Gallery’s Italian-Mediterranean steakhouse. The indulgent four-course sharing menu includes a selection of starters, pastas, steaks and desserts: think Challans duck prosciutto with taggiasche olive land and blackcurrant jam, slow-roasted white beetroot with Campana burrata and grilled macadamia nuts, and red kuri agnolotti with lobster essence and freshwater crayfish, garnished with Valencian orange. The highlight of the meal is Gemma’s Duo Steak, featuring Black Angus beef tenderloin and wagyu skirt. Savor the succulent meats accompanied by whipped agria potatoes, purple sage and parsnips, and pecorino broccoli.

The April 17 Bottomless Bubby Easter Brunch is $188 and comes with free-flowing Louis Roederer Brut Champagne.


Photo: OSTERIA BBR by Alain Ducasse

OSTERIA BBR by Alain Ducasse, Raffles Hotel Singapore

There’s no special Easter menu at Raffles Hotel’s mod Italian restaurant, but don’t let that stop you. The regular brunch here offers à la carte specialties such as fresh oysters from the Antelope with lemon vinaigrette, lobster salad with pumpkin and leeks, Italian charcuterie, smoked salmon with scrambled eggs and caviar Kristal, and piccata duck foie gras with roasted figs.

Osteria’s Sunday brunch is served from 12 p.m. to 2:45 p.m. at $68 for 90 minutes free-flow Zardetto Prosecco DOC Treviso Brut, or $98 for Billecart Salmon Brut Reserve. Both options include a selection of wines and cocktails, such as Bellini and Bloody Mary.

OSTERIA BBR by Alain Ducasse

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