Best places to go for Easter brunch in Singapore in 2018

Apr 9, 2018

This year, Easter Sunday falls on April 1. Jokes aside, it’s the perfect occasion to indulge in bunny-licious brunches while the kids go hunting for some eggs-tra fun. One of these popular Easter brunches should fit the bill.

Alley on 25 Easter Champagne Brunch, Andaz Singapore


Signatures from the various theatre kitchens at Alley on 25 are enhanced with festive highlights such as baked shakshuka (an eggs-poached-in-tomato dish which originated from North Africa), coq au vin and herb-crusted lamb rack this Easter. Feast on the extensive spread with unlimited glasses of Delamotte champagne, wines and Andaz Pale Ale. For kids, yummy highlights such as ratatouille and harissa sausages are accompanied by Easter confectionery and a chocolate fountain, as well as fun activities and roving entertainers.

April 1, noon-3pm: Adult from S$118++, Child S$59++

Nearest MRT station: Bugis

Easter Sunday Brunch, Capella Singapore


Join in the garden-themed Easter Sunday brunch at Capella Singapore’s Grand Ballroom Foyer and relish in an impressive spread of brunch delights. Live stations will serve up rotisserie meats and pasta, with fresh seafood, cheeses, Mediterranean and Asian fare, and handcrafted Easter-themed desserts to match. Egg-painting, face-painting, ball pit fun and other kiddie activities at the bunny corner will culminate in the annual Easter egg hunt on the front lawn, with attractive prizes to be won.

April 1, 12.30-3.30pm: Adult from S$208++, Child from S$78++

Nearest MRT station: Harbourfront

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The Spirit of Easter Sunday Brunch, The Fullerton Hotel Singapore


Town Restaurant’s Easter feast brims with breakfast items from traditional eggs Benedict to roasted US prime rib with porcini jus and Yorkshire pudding. Head to the East Garden at 1.30pm, where prizes are up for grabs at Fullerton’s Easter Egg Hunt. End the meal with a spread of 27 desserts and a towering chocolate fountain, while the little ones spend the rest of the afternoon at the dedicated Children’s Room with arts and crafts, face-painting and finger food.

April 1, 12.30-4pm: Adult from S$139++, Child S$65++

Nearest MRT station: Raffles Place