Mother’s Day 2014: Spoil the queen of the household silly at these restaurants

$50 and below

Choose between a a high tea buffet spread (May 11; $42 per person) or a seafood buffet dinner (May 10; $58 per person) at Peranakan-focused Flavours At Zhongshan Park.

Dine with spectacular views of Singapore’s south coast while tucking into Spuds & Aprons‘s special set lunch menu (May 11; $42 per person), which features options like seafood pumpkin soup and braised beef cheefs with dashi stock and shoyu.

From now till May 13, have a three-course lunch ($45 per person) or dinner menu ($95 per person) at Osia, where chef Douglas Tay puts out dishes like salmon trout with crushed potato and rocket in ketchup shallot vinaigrette and Black Angus beef tenderloin in red wine sauce.

Looking for Halal options? Head to 21 on Rajah for their Mediterranean-inspired all-you-can-eat Mother’s Day Sunday brunch (May 11; $48 per person).

AquaMarine‘s Mother’s Day special (May 10-11; from $50 per person) includes highlights such as Thai wraps with spicy chicken shawarma, laksa with prawns and baby abalone and desserts like lychee mousse cake.

Arossa‘s three-course Mother’s Day special (available through May 11; $50 per person) consists of proscuitto-wrapped sauteed white asparagus with poached egg as a starter, your choice of a main (choose from options like red snapper, grilled ribeye steak and linguine with broccoli), and a dessert of strawberry mousse cake.

Go for 7Adam‘s Sunday brunch (May 11) and get a free dessert of your (mom’s) choice. There’s tiramisu ($14), honey cake ($14) and sticky date pudding ($16) to be torn over.

$51 – $100

Opt for the “crash course” of Pasarbella‘s offerings during this high tea special ($54 for two). Only available May 11 (location’s right next to The Shabby Chic Store, #02-K59/60), you and mom can sample macarons from Bonheur Patisserie, scones and cake from Laman’s Delight, and either tea from 1872 Clipper Tea, or coffee from Dutch Colony.

Min Jiang offers a Mother’s Day dim sum buffet (May 10-11; from $58 per person), as well as special set menus (May 10-11; from $88 per person) highlighting an array of Cantonese and Sichuan creations.

Mommy dearest a vegetarian? Treat her to a grand feast at The Royal Mail. The five-course set dinner (May 8-10; $58) is far from typical, with interesting creations like portobello mushroom carpaccio, dumpling chat potatoes with black truffle and parmesan cheese, as well as oolong tea poached pear with Williams pear gelato on the menu.

Eat to your heart’s content at Brizo Restaurant & Bar (May 11; $60 per adult), where the buffet spread highlights treats like Chilean scallops, tiger prawns with har lok sauce, slow roasted kurobuta pork loin, leg of lamb and plenty more.

Café Mosaic‘s lunch buffet (May 10-11; $62 per person) boasts a selection of Asian specialties like sashimi, siew mai and cod fillet with black bean sauce. But what you’d really like is the DIY station, where you can create your own plate of rojak with all the condiments and ingredients you like. Oh, and there’s the always-awesome durian pengat too.

Kick back and relax over afternoon tea at Chihuly Lounge (May 10-11; $62 per person), where pastry chef Terence Pang presents savory and sweet treats like oven baked bacon-wrapped scallops, wagyu beef patties with smoked garlic in sunflower bread, cherry sakura eclairs, and more.

You’ll find all the Peranakan classics: buah keluak ayam, beef rendang, ngo hiang, sambal udang and loads more in a buffet brunch special (May 11; $65 per person) at Violet Oon’s Kitchen. For dessert, it’s a random mix of things like lemon bars, sticky toffee date pudding and chocolate rum balls.

Available for one day only (May 11; $68 per person), Saint Pierre‘s Mother’s Day Roast showcases all-you-can-eat starters and sides, like organic Japanese rice cakes and truffled mash potato, as well as mains such as roasted seabasss fillet and sweet treats like a Belgian chocolate ganache tartlet.

Whether you fancy seafood or meat, you’ll definitely find something to suit your taste buds at Bar-Roque Grill. There’s a four-course Fishermen’s Menu (hello, bouillabaisse) and the Butchers’ Menu (charcuterie galore!) (May 11; $78 per person), which comes with a slice of apple pie as well as a glass of Prosecco—no minimum spending required.

Lawry’s is offering a four-course brunch and five-course dinner (May 10-11) from just $78. Expect exquisite stuff like Hokkaido scallop with kataifi pastry, Australian rack of lamb with balsamic red wine reduction, and of course, Lawry’s signature roasted USDA prime ribs of beef.

It’s all fancy-pantsy at Balzac Brasserie, with dishes like wagyu beef cheeks and braised Spanish pork alongside freeflow of oysters, smoked salmon and pan fried foie gras (May 11; $88 per person).

Chef Denis Lucchi of Buona Terra prepares special Mother’s Day set lunch and dinner menus (May 11; $88 per person for lunch and $128 per person for dinner), highlighting items like a classic Mediterranean seafood soup and wagyu short ribs with mushrooms, cheese and homemade tagliatelle.

From May 9 to 11, The Chop House offers a Surf and Turf Platter consisting of Australian lamb chops, New Zealand grass-fed sirloin, crispy calamari, Norwegian salmon and prawns for just $88. Good for three to four persons.

Get your dim sum fix at Yan Ting‘s Mother’s Day brunch (May 10-11; from $98 per person), where there’s options like abalone soup, lobster prepared any way you like, and a range of classic Cantonese desserts.

$101 – $200

Brunch at Checkers Brasserie (May 11; $108 per person) features only the decadent stuff, from roast milk-fed lamb to roasted prime ribs and foie gras with truffle polenta.

It’s a feast fit for a queen at The White Rabbit‘s Mother’s Day buffet brunch. Available May 11 ($108 per person), expect items like fresh lobsters, kingfish ceviche with caviar, Brandt beed pot pie and yogurt panna cotta.

Go Italian at Basilico (May 11; $127 per person) and try a little bit of everything, from lobster and Prosecco risotto to cheeses from the Burrata Bar.

Head to The Line for a floral-inspired brunch (May 11; $128 per person) with specially created mains like monkfish liver with saffron risotto and fennel pollen and frozen cardamom cream with pistachio and rose water.

One-Ninety has just launched Sunday brunch so why not bring mom out to experience the newest thing in town? For this special ocassion (May 11; $148 per person), there’s a good mix of meat and seafood on offer, from Alaskan king crab and grilled swordfish to Spanish suckling pig and lamb shank.

For this month’s themed Prosecco brunch (May 11; $148 per person), Senso Ristorante & Bar celebrates Mother’s Day with seasonal spring ingredients, such as white asparagus, in its array of Italian creations, from pasta to antipasti.

$200 and above

Slow roasted Dutch milk-fed veal chop, vegetable tarte potagere, coconut panna cotta, sakura chiffon cake—these are just some of the treats available at The Knolls‘ Mediterranean-inspired Sunday brunch (May 11; $228 per person).

Order Prima Tower Revolving Restaurant‘s eight course meal (available through May 31; from $228 for a group of 10) for dishes like peking duck and steamed red tilapia on a hot plate. Also signatures like braised whole abalone and sauteed bird’s nest with egg white are available at discounted prices.

Nonya delights await you at Indocafe, where their first-ever Mother’s Day set menu (May 5-11; $328 for a group of four) features Peranakan favorites, including otak pangang and babi assam.

Treat mom and the whole family to a seafood feast at Red House Seafood Restaurant. From now till May 11, there’s a three special set menus on offer (from $498 per set), featuring various signatures like chili crab.