Boasting floor-to-ceiling glass windows, natural lighting and homely wooden and stone accents, the luxury hotel’s Beach Road Kitchen is welcoming and cosy – all the reasons you need to indulge in a spectacular brunch. Tuck into seafood on ice – fresh from a temperature-controlled “seafood room” – as well as hearty charcoal-grilled meats. But the highlight of the meal has got to be the Lobster Thermidor with generous chunks of lobster meat, egg yolks, brandy and mushrooms stuffed into the shell, drizzled with cheese and baked to perfection. Look out, too, for special samplers of delights not found on the menu and prepared a la minute in limited batches by the chefs, such as a yummy truffle mushroom pizza. Finish the meal with your pick from a dazzling array of desserts, ranging from nonya kueh to fresh waffles, pastries and cakes. Celebrate the food and togetherness with an unlimited flow of Moet Grand Vintage 2012 or one – or all – of three brunch cocktails offered at the Sunday Brunch Mobile Bar.
Sunday Champagne Brunch is available on Sundays, noon to 3pm, at $168++ per person, inclusive of free flow champagne, wines, cocktails and beers.
The New York import located on the top floor of Tower 1 of Marina Bay Sands might be better known as an after-hours locale, but its new brunch offering – featuring free-flow Veuve Clicquot – is slowly transforming it into an all-day hangout spot. The Sunday Funday champagne buffet brunch features LAVO signatures such as wagyu meatballs and roasted pork roulade. Other highlights include broiled beef tenderloin and whole roasted free-range chicken, brick-oven pizza as well as various desserts. Enjoy the spread and the restaurant’s buzzing vibe, party beats and outdoor patio that offers a panoramic view of Singapore.
The Sunday Funday Champagne Brunch is on every Sunday from noon to 3pm, at $158++ and includes free flow of Veuve champagne, mimosa, Bloody Mary, Singapore Sling, red and white wine, Peroni beer, soda, tea and coffee. For just the buffet, the price is $98++.
Opened in September last year, SKAI has been pairing craft cocktails with delicious food from the 70th floor of the Swissôtel The Stamford. Dine on wagyu beef tataki, black cod fish as well as a savoury chocolate parfait with Earl Grey and chocolate honeycomb. Pair these creations with the Breakfast Bellini, featuring T&T Wheat Vodka, toasted oats, honey, apricot and champagne; or the Bloody SKAI, featuring bacon-washed T&T Wheat Vodka, dill fino sherry, spice mix and tomato juice. Choose a seat by the tall windows that overlook City Hall district.
SKAI brunch is available every Saturday from noon to 3.30pm, and Sunday from 11.30am to 3.30pm. It costs $118++ per person for food, soft drinks, coffee and house wine, and $168++ per person for additional champagne and cocktails.
The St. Regis Champagne Brunch Experience brings you on a gastronomic adventure. Start the day at 11am at the Astor Bar, where complimentary aperitifs including cocktails, mocktails and beers are served alongside canapés such as scallop carpaccio and potato and leek vichyssoise. At noon, head to Brasserie Les Saveurs for an exquisite seafood spread, duck confit and pacific cod, followed by Crêpes Suzette and fresh fruit for dessert. Live jazz music completes the package.
The St. Regis Champagne Brunch Experience is available every Sunday, from noon to 3pm, and starts at $148++ with free flow of coffee and tea. It goes up to $468++, inclusive of Krug Grand Cuvée NV, wines, Tiger beer, soft drinks, juices, coffee and tea.
Hosted at the vintage-inspired Colony restaurant in The Ritz-Carlton, the Vintage Champagne Brunch makes for one of the most luxurious champagne brunches in Singapore, thanks to its luxurious epicurean experience. Start off at The Ice Bar, replete with fresh seafood including lobsters, Alaskan king crabs, snow crabs and six kinds of oysters. Next, head over to The Grill and Rotisserie section, which is well-stocked with lamb short ribs, crackling pig and Chinese roast meats. Then pop by The Steam Basket for dim sum, and The Wok which serves up chilli crab and cereal prawn. End your meal on a sweet note at The Patisserie, with its modern and traditional desserts, then wash it all down with juice from The Fruit Stall.
The Vintage Champagne Brunch is available on Sundays, noon to 3.30pm, at $192++ per person, inclusive of unlimited Champagne Barons de Rothschild Réserve Ritz Millésime 2010, Champagne Barons de Rothschild Réserve Ritz Rosé NV, selected cocktails, mocktails, house pour wines, draft beers, and soft drinks.
Manhattan at The Regent is well-known for its Adults-Only Sunday Cocktail Brunch, which recently got an upgrade. Adding to its custom Bloody Mary and boozy milkshake station, the bar now has a gin-and-tonic corner offering garnishes, house-made tinctures and spices for guests to create their own drinks. The hot plates have been revamped as well to feature a foie gras bar, as well as dishes like St Jacques scallops, and BBQ pork belly and lavender blinis. Also not to be missed are the new cocktails gracing the menu: two standouts are the Singapore-inspired Kopi-cano, featuring Campari and Mancino Rosso Aeropressed with Dark Matter coffee; and Cho, a champagne-based delight with bourbon, maraschino liqueur, blackberry shrubs, yuzu and lemon.
Manhattan’s Adults-Only Sunday Cocktail Brunch is on every Sunday, noon to 3pm, and costs $158 per person with free-flow cocktails, wines and beer; and $195 per person with additional free-flow Billecart-Salmon Brut Reserve champagne.