Where to get your Easter brunch in Singapore

There’s always a great excuse to sign up for a gratuitous brunch. This time around, it’s Easter. Here are some of the more intriguing options we found.


Apr 3-5: The bayside Spanish restaurant plates up over 40 Spanish dishes for their semi-buffet. Fret not, there will still be favorites like suckling pig and seafood paella. $98 with additional $48 for free-flow cocktails, wines and cava. 

Cocotte x Artichoke Co.Lab

Apr 3-5: Local restaurants Cocotte and Artichoke collaborate for an Easter brunch special that includes Artichoke’s famed mezzes and Cocotte’s brunch cart. Signature dishes like beetroot tzatziki and clams steamed with fennel cream and Swiss chard will also make an appearance. $62.


Mar 30-Apr 3: The modern Indian-meets-Western restaurant has a four-course set dinner that includes grilled asparagus and plum tomato salad with chaat masala; wild mushroom and coriander soup; and a choice between four mains like char-grilled salmon with cumin potatoes and orange-glazed baked chicken breast with masal spinach. $45.


Apr 5: There’s no doubt that this buffet restaurant is impressive. It’s got one of the best Champagne brunches in town and this Easter edition packs in more Champagne and more food, too. There’s a selection of brunch signatures, as well as Easter specials like the roast leg of lamb. Plus, there are 30 varieties of Easter eggs that include flavors like sea salt caramel and yuzu. $198.

Marriott Cafe

Apr 5: The Orchard Road hotel’s buffet selection is pretty extensive and this Easter brunch is no different. With over 60 dishes, tuck in to a selection that includes lobster thermidor, Roman-style baby lamb and foie gras with Port wine reduction. The best part is the extensive dessert selection with piles of hot cross buns, chocolate Easter cake with pralines and Breton sable brownies. $88-138 with free flow wine.

Ocean Restaurant

Apr 5: With views of the aquarium, the set lunch here is a pretty alternative experience for Easter. On the menu are seafood-centric items like Kingfish tartare with apple-celery espuma, but there are also meatier items like the chicken roulade with puffed barley and speck cream. Plus, you get a free glass of Prosecco. $78.

The Raffles Hotel

Apr 5: The Bar & Billiard Room rolls out a special Easter edition of its popular Sunday brunch. There’s a range of cheeses, fresh seafood, live carving stations, as well as a dessert station full of almon and hazelnut praline eggs and chocolate Gianduja eggs. $178-218 with unlimited Champagne Billecart-Salmon Brut Rose.

Saint Pierre

Apr 5: The chi chi Quayside Isle restaurant celebrates Easter with a French-inspired menu. First off, there’s tapas like Sherry-poached foie gras, but the menu also comes with roasted lamb with ratte potato, a mini seafood paella and goat cheese souffle. $88.


Apr 5: Take brunch to vertiginous new heights at this modern restaurant serving an abundance of food. There’s a shellfish station with oysters and sashimi, the popular egg station with truffles and pastas like aglio olio prawns. There’s even a dedicated foie gras station and a table full of roasts like Angus beef and crispy pork belly. $85.


Apr 5: The semi-buffet at this leafy black and white takes on a Spanish twist with dishes like homaza, made with bread-stuffed sausage, bacon and eggs, as well as the signature paella and roasted lamb. $88.

The White Rabbit

Apr 5: This breezy Dempsey restaurant knows how to do Easter with a buffet spread of duck liver parfait, braised beef cheeks, roasted Spanish-style pork racks and a whole seafood bar with lobsters and oysters. Plus, the outdoor garden will be open, too. $108 with an additional $88 Prosecco and wines.