Tasty Mother’s Day Treats

District 10
The Mother’s Day buffet brunch ($39) is eager to impress. For a mouthful of flavor, kick things off with their octopus salad with parsley and garlic, or some sautéed wild mushrooms with orange zest for a zing. For mains, try some beer-battered fish and chips. Dinner options include sea bass with mushroom rice or garlic chili chicken (also $39). As a bonus, moms dine free with a minimum of four people.
Chef Mario Caramella and his team are all set to excite your senses with a four-course lunch ($68) and dinner ($98) menu. Whet your appetite with dishes such as black cod mousse with thyme and taggiasche olive powder, and panroasted halibut with samphire sauce. For dessert, white chocolate panna cotta with wild berries will likely impress your mom’s sweet tooth.
This restaurant certainly has a lot to offer the dim sum-loving caregiver. The brunch buffet ($48) offers tasty dishes like soft shell crab in salted egg yolk, black pepper beef cubes and steamed tofu with scallop in black bean sauce. Warm your stomach with braised fish maw with chicken and carrot, or indulge in the savory Peking duck. For an additional $18 per head, enjoy the chef’s recommendation—stewed Boston lobster noodle (half). #01-02/03 One Fullerton, 1 Fullerton Rd., 6224-0088.
Kinki Restaurant + Bar
Sitting pretty on the Marina Bay Waterfront, the Japanese cuisine here is the product of top quality ingredients. For this special brunch, tuck into Momotaro tomato and baby spinach salad with ricotta ($15) before chowing down on some US prime short rib with wasabi potatoes ($28). Vanilla ice cream cake with Umeshu-poached pears ($13) should end the meal on a sweet note.
Min Jiang
Best known for its delectable dim sum and barbequed specialties, spoil mom with dishes such as smoked duck roulade with foie gras, crispy sea perch with mango sauce, braised shark’s fin soup with crabmeat and conpoy and sautéed fresh scallops with red chili. Their dim sum buffet is available from $42.80 (minimum two persons), while an eight-course dinner set starts at $82.80 (minimum three persons).
The Mother’s Day brunch menu (from $125) is created in the style of the world’s most awe-inspiring hotels, but with a twist. Group executive chef Christopher Millar promises a spread which features the classic Waldorf salad accompanied by Kurobuta pork, spiced pecans and sliced green apples, Parma ham-wrapped Beef Wellington and mini Wagyu burgers with truffle butter.