Where to eat and drink for any budget this Easter season.

 

If you’re planning on treating yourself to a lavish spread this Easter, then jump on these great dining deals. From hotel buffets to celebrity chef restaurants, here’s where to go for a solid brunch or dinner.

 

Adrift by David Myers

Adrift

Tuck into a seafood-themed brunch and special a la carte dishes like roasted leg of lamb, halibut with asparagus, wild mushrooms and meyer lemon sauce, strawberry shortcake and coconut sorbet. Mar 27, 12-3pm. From $88 per person.

Capella Singapore

Sample charcuterie and French fusion creations by guest chef Fabien Pairon and take part in an Easter egg hunt on the hotel’s lawn. Winners walk away with prizes such as a one-night stay in a one-bedroom Garden Villa, a Nespresso machine or a Sunday brunch for two adults and one child. Mar 27, 12:30-3pm. From $188 (with free flow mocktails and drinks) to $258 (with free flow vintage Taittinger champagne, boutique wines and beers).

Catalunya

Catalunya

For three days only, this Spanish joint is offering an authentic lineup of six Spanish Holy Week dishes like the spring lamb Wellington, chickpeas and cod stew, on top the restaurant’s 30 brunch items such as suckling pig, seafood paella and free-flow jamon Iberico. Mar 25-27. From $98 per person, with an additional $48 for free-flow cava, white and red wine, cocktails and sangria.

db Bistro & Oyster Bar

Just for the Easter weekend, this posh seafood bar has whipped up a three-course menu comprising choices like the traditional matzo ball soup, red wine braised beef brisket and strawberry and rhubarb tart with lavender honey and creme fraiche ice cream. Mar 25-27. From $98 per person.

Hilton Singapore

The five-star hotel is cooking up an extravagant spread of seafood, prime meat cuts, European cheeses and other premium items—dine on fresh oysters, Alaskan king crabs, Canadian lobsters, free flow pan-fried foie gras, scotch eggs with black truffle hollandaise and a charcuterie selection of whole leg iberico ham, mortadella and saucisson sec cured meat. Mar 27, 12-3pm. From $108-$128 (with unlimited sparkling wine, selected white and red wines and beer).

Kaiserhaus

The Austrian restaurant is dishing up a buffet of traditional Austrian Easter dishes such as the  Osterschinken, a smoked ham served with eggs and freshly grated horseradish; the Lammbraten, lamb roast served with a rich demi glace and horseradish sauce; and Central European cold cuts. Mar 27, 11:30am-3pm. From $38 per person (without alcohol) to $58 (with free flow of booze). 

Lime at Parkroyal on Pickering

Lime Restaurant

It’s all about European classics at this fusion buffet restaurant. Some Easter-themed dishes include the lobster eggs benedict, roasted wagyu topside and duo of foie gras, Australian fish and chips, German schnitzel and blue swimmer crab pizza. One of the highlights is a "dessert garden", with chocolate Easter eggs and a free-flow strawberry Swiss chocolate fountain. Mar 27, 12:30-4:30pm. From $118 (with free flow drinks) to $168 (with free flow Piper Heidsieck champagne, house wines, beers and drinks).

Movenpick

It’s chocolate galore as the hotel culinary team puts out an array of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory-themed dishes ranging from interesting creations like the cocoa maple syrup glazed pork rib to desserts like Charlie’s warm chocolate toffee and honeycomb crumble, and the rocher praline chocolate tickets. But it’s not just about indulging your sweet tooth. There’s also the Sunday buffet brunch, which has fresh seafood and Easter items like sesame tuna loin tataki and Spanish Easter quail egg salad. Mar 27, 12-4:30pm. From $99 per person.

St. Regis Singapore

Indulge in a champagne brunch at Brasserie Les Saveur, which comes with fancy canapes, salads, cold cuts and a selection of mains like pan-seared black cod, slow-roasted Angus beef tenderloin, and garlic basted tiger prawns. Mar 27, 12-3pm, with complimentary aperitifs served from 11am-noon. From $168 (with free flow coffee and tea) to $218 (with free flow wines, beer, juices and “R” de Ruinart Brut NV).

The Carvery

The Carvery

Park Hotel Alexandra’s roast-specialty restaurant is serving up traditional European plates like Australian wagyu roast beef, leg of lamb, hot cross buns and Yorkshire pudding accompanied with signatures such as the herb roasted chicken, seafood bouillabaisse, wood-fired pizzas and mashed potatoes. Mar 27, 11:30am-3pm. From $68 (with coffee and tea) to $128 (with free flow beer, wine and Veuve Clicquot champagne).

The White Rabbit

Book yourself a spot at the fine-dining restaurant’s Easter brunch buffet, which serves up items like slow-cooked lamb rump, seafood pot-au-feu, fresh lobsters and raw oysters. There are two seatings: the first at 10am is priced from $98 per person, while the second at 12:30pm is priced from $108 and includes a glass of Torresella Extra Dry Prosecco. Mar 27.

Zafferano

For an Italian twist, head to this rooftop restaurant overlooking Marina Bay. Chef Marco Guccio has created traditional Italian dishes ranging from a selection of pastas, roasts and seafood starters. There are also sweets like tiramisu cakes, macarons, panna cotta and affogatos to round up your meal. Mar 26, 11:30am-3pm. From $98 (with free flow drinks) to $118 (with free flow prosecco and drinks).