18 Places To Go In Singapore For An Egg-Cellent Easter Feast

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Where to go to celebrate Easter in Singapore

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The Easter long weekend is a great time to spend quality time with your family, and Easter brunches are an entertaining way for you to have a lavish feast with a side of fun. Why? Many restaurants are making their Easter shindigs family-friendly, throwing in activities from egg hunts to bouncy castles to face paintings and visits from Easter bunnies. Some even have a supervised kids corner so you can enjoy your meal in peace while the little bubs have a good time. Your kids will be looking forward to the next one before the day is done. Check out our list of great places to go.

1. Basilico at Regent Singapore

Where to go to celebrate Easter in Singapore

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Basilico is honouring traditional Italian Easter celebrations with a spread of springtime favourites, such as the Oven-Baked New Zealand Lamb Carre crusted with Bronte Pistachios and Chanterelle Mushrooms, and Roasted Sardinian Porchetta with Purple
Potatoes and Romanesco Broccoli. True to its roots, there will be a fresh pasta station offering handmade Tortellacci stuffed with 8-Hour Braised Duck, Castelmagno Cheese, Porcini Mushrooms and Black Truffle Sauce.

Where to go to celebrate Easter in Singapore

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But the highlight is its Insta-worthy cheese room that has an eye-popping variety (more than 50, in fact) of regional Italian cheeses that you’ve never tasted anywhere else before, including Bosina Smoked with Cherry Wood and Tomino infused with Barola Grappa. This alone will keep you satiated, but if you have room for dessert (and you must!), there will be an entire long table that is Easter-themed. Expect Hot Cross Buns, Chocolate Caramel Pecan Fudge Brownies, Madagascan Chocolate Raspberry Tarts, Silky Tiramisu, Easter Egg Almond Shortbread and so much more.

Keep the kids entertained at its supervised Kiddies Playland, that comes complete with a bouncy castle, arts & crafts, face painting, balloon sculpting and other fun activities such as an Easter Egg Hunt and a special visit from the Easter Bunny. What a treat for everyone.

And that’s not all, if you’re feeling lucky, enter a raffle where you stand to win attractive prizes such as wine and champagne bottles, a Weekday Afternoon Tea for two at Tea Lounge, Adults-only Cocktail Brunch for two at Manhattan, and a one-night Weekend Stay for two at Regent Singapore with breakfast.

About: On April 21, 12pm to 3 pm. $148++ per adult (buffet only), $192++ (free-flow prosecco and wine), $218++ (free-flow champagne and wine) and $248++ (free-flow Prestige wines). $74++ for children (five to 12 years old). Call 6725 3232 or email basilico@regentsingapore.com.sg for reservations

Basilico is at Regent Singapore, 1 Cuscaden Road, Singapore 249715, tel: 6733 8888

2. Grand Marquee and The Glass House at Hotel Fort Canning

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Hotel Fort Canning’s annual Easter egg-stravanganza is always highly anticipated, and you can expect nothing less this year. This year’s theme is Easter in the Park: Friends of the Forest, an animal-themed fiesta that will thrill both young and old. An international buffet along with Easter specialities will be presented, with delicacies such as the Classic Salmon Deviled Eggs and French Smoked Duck with Orange Mint Salsa for starters and satisfying mains such as Pan-roasted Saltbush Leg of Lamb with Mint Chimichurri, Braised French Duck with Daikon Mushroom Ragout and Mourvedre Wine Sauce and Pan-seared Prawns with Provencal Ratatouille, to name a few. Hearty roasts from the carvery including Whole Roasted Turkey and Plum-glazed Gammon Ham will hit the spot for meat lovers.

Still hungry? There’s unlimited crustaceans-on-ice and a dedicated cheese station featuring a variety of imported cheeses. Sweeten your meal with its beautiful dessert display where you get your pick from items such as the Warm Chocolate Bread Pudding with Vanilla Sauce, Cream Cheese Crumble and classic Easter-inspired desserts such as traditional Hot Cross Buns, colourful Easter Eggs, Easter Bunny Cakes and cutesy Baby Bunny Cookies.

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In line with the theme, dress your kids in their most adorable animal costume (think rabbit, chipmunk, fox and more) for the Best Dressed Contest and stand to win attractive prizes. They also get to participate in activities such as cookie decorating and Easter bunny mask making workshops. Oh and did we mention a bouncy castle, an Easter Egg Hunt, a kids’ play zone with movie screenings and a roving Easter Bunny? Get your phone cameras ready!

About: On April 21, from 12pm to 3pm. $108++ per adult and $58++ per child (four to 12 years old). Call 6559 6796 (11am to 7pm) or email thesalon@hfcsingapore.com for reservations.

Hotel Fort Canning is at 11 Canning Walk, Singapore 178881, tel: 6559 6769.

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3. Sky22 at Courtyard by Marriott Singapore Novena

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A delectable spread of international and seafood specials await if you’re having your celebratory meal here, including freshly-shucked oysters, king crabs, poached lobsters, prawns, mussels and scallops on ice, appetisers such as Smoked Salmon with Sour Cream and Chive and Prosciutto with Melon and Arugula. The highlights are the mains of course, which include Grilled Lamb Chops with Mango Chutney and Focaccia Crust, Pan-seared Seabass with Mediterranean Salsa, BBQ Chicken Kebabs, Honey & Clove Glazed Bone-in Leg Ham and Slow-roasted Sirloin in Port Wine Sauce.

As though that isn’t hearty enough, there are also Asian offerings to be had, such as Beef Rendang, Penang Seafood Char Kuey Teow and Sambal Grilled Prawns, not to mention a live noodle station serving up the signature Singapore Laksa. Sweet treats include Berries Pavlovas, Easter Chocolate Eggs, Hot Cross Buns and Blueberry Scones with Clotted Cream and Strawberry Jam. While you indulge, the little ones can entertain themselves in the Easter Egg Hunt and other activities at the supervised children’s corner. Win-win!

About: On April 21, 12pm to 3pm. $78++ per adult, $39++ per child (six to 12 years old). Meal is inclusive of free-flow of juices, coffee and tea. Add $38++ per person for free-flow prosecco, house pour red & white wines and beer. Call 6378 2040 or email fnb.courtyardsg@marriott.com for reservations.

Courtyard by Marriott Singapore Novena is at 99 Irrawaddy Road, Singapore 329568, tel: 6250 0303.

4. Melt Café at Mandarin Oriental, Singapore

Where to go to celebrate Easter in Singapore

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It’ll be a fun-filled and lavish feast at this Easter adventure that is inspired by the whimsical Alice in Wonderland. First, “The Garden Party” is where you’d find a range of greens to build your salad, such as mesclun mix, arugula, baby spinach and ice berg, with complementary dressings and emulsions and various condiments and vinegars to choose from. Next, “Escape Into The Woods” features an array of ready-made salads, such as the Thai Beef Salad, Creamy Poached Tiger Prawn, Quail Egg and Sicilian Caponata, and King Crab Salad with Quail Egg and Tobiko.

Then there’s “The White Queen”, which is a gourmet selection of cheeses accompanied by jams, truffle honey, nuts and dried fruits and a selection of freshly home-made breads. “The Rabbit Hole” comprises a selection of assorted Indian tandoori and kebabs with naan and curries, while “The Right Alice” offers delectable mains such as a Crown Roast Rack of Lamb, Gammon Ham with Brown Sugar & Mustard Glaze and a Chinese Roasted Meat Platter of Cracking Pork Belly, Kurobuta BBQ Char Siew and Roasted Duck with Plum Sauce.

Over at “The Red Queen BBQ” are smoky grilled meats such as the Wagyu Beef Tomahawk Steak, Honey Marinated Chicken Wings and Whole Roasted Suckling Pig. There are plenty more dishes to be had, but remember to end off on a sweet note with desserts such as the Grand Cru Chocolate “MELT” Cake, Yuzu Strawberry Mousse and Chocolate Pudding studded with Azuki red beans. Younger ones can have fun at the face painting booth or you can participate in The Golden Egg Hunt activity as a family to win prizes.

About: On April 21, 12pm to 3pm. $168++ per person with chilled juices and soft drinks; $218++ per person for unlimited flow of “R” de Ruinart Champagne, wines, beers, chilled juices and soft drinks; $268++ per person for unlimited flow of Ruinart Blanc De Blancs Champagne, wines, beers, chilled juices and soft drinks. Call 6885 3500 or email mosin-dining@mohg.com for reservations.

Melt Café is at Mandarin Oriental, Singapore, 5 Raffles Avenue, Marina Square, Singapore 039797, tel: 6338 0066.

5. Opus Restaurant at Hilton Singapore

Where to go to celebrate Easter in Singapore

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Hilton’s annual perennial Easter Brunch returns bigger and better before, with chefs rolling out a larger than usual Easter feast across eight live stations, including a fresh seafood bar; premium meat carvings such as slow-roasted Australian Wagyu beef leg, lamb T-bone and tender flame-grilled butterflied chicken; a dedicated seasonal cheese room with over 30 types of imported European cheese; a six-metre long D9 dessert showcase of artisanal handcrafted Easter delights, and more. If you’re a foodie, you’d love this station that is serving up premium gourmet specialties such as pan-fried foie gras with popcorn and quail egg, foie gras brûlée with toasted brioche, eggs benedict with smoked salmon and caviar and Japanese grain rice with slow-braised Wagyu
short ribs, foie gras, onsen egg and shaved truffles, just to name a few. There’ll be a host of fun activities just for the kids as well. Dessert lovers can get their hands on a limited edition collection of Easter-inspired handcrafted desserts at D9 Cakery, available from April 15 to 21.

About: On April 21, 12pm to 3pm. From $108++ per adult (free flow of coffee, tea & selected soft drinks) to $178++ (free flow of Taittinger Champagne, beer, selected white and red wines) and $55++ per child (five to 12 years old). Call 6730 3390 or email sinhi.F&B@hilton.com for reservations.

Opus Restaurant is at Lobby Level, Hilton Singapore, 581 Orchard Road, Singapore 238883, tel: 6737 2233.

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Where to go to celebrate Easter in Singapore

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Enjoy a delicious meal while soaking in the tranquil ambience at The Dining Room, which houses a cascading waterfall and a lush landscaped garden. Culinary highlights include Asian dishes such as Wok-fried White Pepper Crab, Braised Pork Belly with Egg, Marmite Chicken and Black Pepper Beef with Spring Onion. Other crowd pleasers include the 68 degree Sous Vide Egg with choice of truffle, foie gras or hollandaise espuma at the eggs gallery, Slipper Lobster Fettuccini at the live station, as well as Maple-glazed Champagne Bone-in Ham and Onion-crusted Australian Grain-fed Prime Rib Roast at the carving theatre. Round off the hearty feast with a delightful variety of ubiquitous Easter treats such as the Hot Cross Bun Pudding, assorted egg tarts and the Chocolate Nest with Five-spice Crumble and Raspberry Cello, topped with hazelnut espuma. Children can head to the kids’ corner of the restaurant where they get to decorate their own chocolate cookie lollipop, or pop by the Kids Room at the Lower Lobby Level for more kid-centric entertainment. Music to our ears.

About: On April 21, 12pm to 3pm. $88++ per adult, $44++ per child (six to 12 years old). Call 6839 5621 or email thediningroom@sheratonsingapore.com for reservations.

The Dining Room is at Sheraton Towers Singapore, 39 Scotts Road, Singapore 228230, tel: 6737 6888.

7. Racines at Sofitel Singapore City Centre

Where to go to celebrate Easter in Singapore

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A fine buffet selection of authentic French delicacies and local Chinese favourites are what you can expect at Racines’ Easter offerings, including a specially curated ensemble of Easter carvery featuring roasted lamb with sweet caramelised onions and mouthwatering Black Angus beef tomahawks served with bordelaise jus and a choice of mustards. French fare by Executive Chef Jean-Charles Dubois include the sautéed Atlantic Saint Jacques scallops; French duck pan-seared with figs for sweetness; and blackened spiced Wagyu beef briskets slow-cooked to perfection, while Chinese offerings by Executive Chinese Chef Andrew Chong include the duck leg confit tossed with chicken floss; deep fried Barramundi coated generously in black bean sauce; light and crispy fried eggplant in sweet and sour sauce; and Shanghai noodles with shredded chicken in specialty broth.

A bonus? There’ll be a “theatrical performance” as chefs whip up dishes such as sizzling pan-fried foie gras with apple and pineapple compote; char-grilled rock lobster topped with a classical béarnaise sauce; and juicy Kurobuta pork yakitori live from the restaurant’s two Marrone stoves. Executive Pastry Chef Sam Leong will helm an Easter chocolate egg station, where he will be preparing a festive dessert with a vanilla mousse base and diners’ choice of condiments before topping it off with passionfruit espuma. Other sweet treats include Grand Marnier French Crêpes Suzette with vanilla ice cream; chocolate fontaine with condiments; and croissant waffles prepared a la minute. There’ll be a dedicated Kids’ Activity Lounge with its own selection of child-friendly cuisine, and the Easter Bunny will also be making an appearance, leading diners on an exciting egg hunt. Sounds absolutely delightful.

About: On April 21, from 12.30pm to 3.30pm. From $128++ per adult with free flow juices to $178++ with free flow champagne, wines, and beers. $68++ for children below 12 years old. Call 6428 5000, email HA152@sofitel.com or visit http://www.sofitel-singapore-citycentre.com/gastronomy/racines/ for reservations.

8. Plate at Carlton City Hotel Singapore

Where to go to celebrate Easter in Singapore

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Hop on over to Carlton City Hotel Singapore for an afternoon of fun-filled activities — they have a Bouncy Castle and balloon sculpting — and a sumptuous feast that will satisfy the whole family. Appetisers include the Duck Rillettes with Macadamia and Stewed Prunes, Smoked Salmon Platter, and Crabmeat Salad with Mango and Cucumber, accompanied by tender meats such as the Herb-crusted Lamb Leg, Honey-glazed Gammon Ham, Roasted Prime Ribs and Baked Whole Soya-Sesame Salmon. Other piping hot mains you’d enjoy are the Guinness Braised Beef Cheek, Bacon-wrapped Chicken Drumlets, Pan-fried Fillet with Citrus-Pomegranate Butter Sauce, Cheesy Potato and Pork Scotch Eggs, and a dedicated station dishing out a la minute pasta dishes. End the celebratory feast on a saccharine note with the Easter Rice Cake, Hot Cross Buns and Baked Apple Tarte Tatin. There will also be a Chocolate Fountain with assorted fruits and marshmallows to indulge in your chocolate craving.

About: On April 21, 11.30am to 3pm (kids’ activities are from 12pm to 2pm). From $42++ per adult, including free-flow soda and juices, to $82++ per adult (includes free-flow prosecco, house wine and beer). $21++ per child (seven to 12 years old). Call 6632 8922 or email f&b@carltoncity.sg for reservations.

Plate is at Level 3, Carlton City Hotel Singapore, 1 Gopeng Street, Singapore 078862, tel: 6632 8888.

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9. Carousel at Royal Plaza on Scotts

Where to go to celebrate Easter in Singapore

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Local heritage dishes and old school snacks reign at this buffet spread, with a slight twist thanks to Easter. The all-time favourite Singapore Chilli Crab, will be served with Hot Cross Mantous to mark the occasion, and you can expect other delights such as Wok-fried Cereal Prawns with Chilli Padi, Slow-braised Beef Rendang with Spices, Grilled Barbecue Sambal Stingray and Pan-fried Fresh Oysters in Crispy Batter with Chives and Home-made Chilli (Live station).

Of course, Easter specials are not to be missed, such as Oven-roasted Whole Baby Lamb, Oven-roasted Prime Ribs with Yorkshire Pudding and Jacket Potatoes, Colourful Boiled Eggs, Simnel Cake and Chocolate Orange Tarts. The thing we’re most looking forward to is the kacang puteh cart – a popular traditional street snack stall which serves an assortment of nuts and crackers in hand rolled paper cones. With both sweet and savoury options available, such as iced gem biscuits, to butterfly ear biscuits and chocolate wafers, you can reminisce your childhood days by creating your own cones however way you like.

The egg hunt here will also come with an interesting local flair – kids will be given a map to hunt for local dishes hidden in the restaurant, and those who get it right will receive chocolates eggs from Mr Easter Bunny and learn fun facts about the history behind each local dish. Kids will also get to pick a prize from the tikam tikam board, a traditional game of luck played back in the day, most commonly found at provision shops or toy stores.

About: On April 21, from 12pm to 2pm. $68++ for adults and $43++ for children. Call 6219 3780 or email carousel@royalplaza.com.sg for reservations.

Carousel is at Royal Plaza on Scotts, 25 Scotts Road, Singapore 228220, 6737 7966.

 10. Latest Recipe at Le Méridien Singapore, Sentosa

Where to go to celebrate Easter in Singapore

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Latest Recipe is promising an eggs-traordinary eggs-perience with their sumptuous buffet spread, with appetisers such as a lush grazing platter featuring an abundant assortment of dried fruits, fresh fruits, cheese, ham, crackers, bread, nuts and vegetables, as well as soft, rich and creamy burrata cheese with roma tomatoes and basil and the quintessential hot cross buns.

Not forgetting succulent favourites such as roasted chicken with herbs, Wagyu beef, beef lasagne, grilled prawns and more, other highlights include fresh seafood on ice, gratinated cauliflower with cheese, baked potatoes with bacon, sour cream and chives, and Asian classics such as Singapore laksa, black pepper char kway teow, Chinese-style roast meats and salted egg prawns. You’d be welcomed with a refreshing drink — the Blue Island – a concoction of blueberry cordial syrup, lime juice, soda water with a touch of lime.

Where to go to celebrate Easter in Singapore

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But the kiddos will love the dessert table that comes with lovely Easter treats such as the Easter bunny cake, carrot cake, chocolate hazelnut crunch cake, rainbow-hued verrines, cake pops, cupcakes and fluffy candy floss. There’ll also be fun activities such as egg-painting and balloon twisting.

About: On April 21, 12pm to 3pm. S$88++ per adult (S$128++ for free flow of sparkling wine, beer and soft drinks) and S$44++ per child (seven to 12 years old). Call 6818 3305 or e-mail latestrecipe.singaporesentosa@lemeridien.com for reservations.

Latest Recipe at Le Méridien Singapore, Sentosa is at 23 Beach View Road, Sentosa, Singapore 098679, tel: 6818 3388.

11. Edge at Pan Pacific Singapore

Where to go to celebrate Easter in Singapore

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You won’t go hungry at this buffet spread, that comes with fresh seafood on ice, a sumptuous feast of roasts from the carvery such as Roasted Prime Tomahawk and Oven-roasted Porchetta and a Chef’s Special of Shellfish Seafood Risotto that will be served tableside. For a sweet conclusion to the gastronomic meal, the buffet will feature a magnificent spread of Easter-themed desserts including classic delights such as Hot Cross Buns, Colourful Easter Eggs and Banoffee Eclair. Your children will be delighted by the activities such as a traditional egg hunt and face- and hand-painting. The Easter Bunny will be making its rounds with goodies, and you get to take home a photograph as a memento.

Where to go to celebrate Easter in Singapore

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While there, you might want to get your hands on some too-pretty-to-eat Easter goodies from the Pacific Marketplace, such as the Maneki Rabbit, Animal Family Egg, Marshmellow Egg, Poulailler Hut with Chocolate Pralines, Tchin Tchin Matryoshka, Mr. and Mrs. Teddy, a variety of cute animal lollipops and much more. Because Easter is a time to indulge, am I right?

About: On April 21, from 12pm to 3.30pm. $148++ per adult (inclusive of unlimited fresh juices, soft drinks, coffee and tea) or $208++ per adult (inclusive of unlimited Veuve Clicquot Brut Yellow Label, selected red and white wines, selected cocktails, selection of fine Gin, selected beers, fresh juices, soft drinks, coffee and tea), and $74++ per child (six to 12 years old). Call 6826 8240 or email dining.ppsin@panpacific.com for reservations.

Edge is at Pan Pacific Singapore, 7 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039595, tel: 6336 8111.

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12. Marriott Cafe at Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel

Photo: Courtyard by Marriott Singapore Novena

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Seafood lovers are in for a treat here. Besides freshly shucked Oysters, Boston Lobsters, Snow Crab Legs and Assorted Sashimi, other seafood offerings that are cured or grilled to perfection include Salmon Ceviche with Yuzu, Pomelo and Green Apple Slaw; Baked Scallops with Salmoriglio; Lobster Thermidor; Oyster Florentine; and Grilled Crayfish with Chimichurri.

There’s also Seared Duck Foie Gras with Brioche and Apricot Glaze and an inviting array of juicy cuts such as Crispy Pork Saddle with Prune & Pancetta Stuffing; Roast Prime Rib of Beef; Whole Roast Salmon; Leg of Lamb Studded with Garlic and Rosemary; and Bone-in Leg of Ham. Leave some room for the hearty Asian fare, such as the succulent Crispy Roast Chicken and Roast Pork Belly from Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant; Thai Duck Curry; Spicy Seafood Mala; Traditional Hokkien Mee; the restaurant’s signature Singapore Chilli Crab, and more.

Round up the meal with some Easter-themed confectioneries including the Giant Chocolate Egg Tiramisu; Baileys Mousse; Orange Chocolate Fountain; Easter Rainbow Cake; Hot Cross Bun Pudding; Easter Pandan Cupcakes with Lemon
Buttercream and Chocolate Gateau with Raspberry Supreme.

About: On April 21. $98++ per adult (inclusive of free flow of sparkling wine, red and white wines, beer, soft drinks, milkshakes and juices) and $48++ per child (inclusive of free flow of soft drinks). Call 6831 4605 or email
mhrs.sindt.fb.reservations@marriotthotels.com for reservations.

Marriott Cafe at Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel is at 320 Orchard Road, Singapore 238865, tel: 6735 5800.

13. Brasserie Les Saveurs at The St. Regis Singapore

Where to go to celebrate Easter in Singapore

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If you want something luxurious to ring in the festivities of the weekend, how about indulging in Brasserie Les Saveurs’ Easter Day Champagne Brunch? Because everything is more fun with a little bubbly! Start your journey of epicurean delights with an amuse bouche of Superior Oscietra Caviar with Confit Yolk, Smoked Potato Purée, Sour Cream and Crispy Leeks, as well as delicate canapés such as Spiced Heirloom Carrot Velouté with Beurre Noisette Cream and Truffle Brie Cones with Whipped Brie, Candied Pecans and Black Truffle served in Beetroot Cones.

Then, relish in the spread of fresh seafood and live station offerings such as Japanese Sea Urchin with Alaskan King Crab Salad, Crustacean Espuma and Nori Seaweed Powder, and seven-hour Slow-roasted Lamb Leg with Garlic and Rosemary Sauce. But don’t fill your tummies just yet, save your space for delectable main courses crafted specially for the occasion such as Roasted Chicken Breast with Foie Gras, Crispy Truffled Chicken Skin, Smoked Potato Purée, Garlic Broccolini and Truffle Split Jus, and Baked Pacific Cod with Young Spinach, Black Mussels, Pernod and Saffron Emulsion and Dill Oil. Finally, end off with a parade of luscious desserts from the dessert buffet for the perfect close to a truly indulgent afternoon.

About: April 21, 12pm to 3pm, with complimentary hour of apéritifs served at Astor Bar from 11am to 12pm. $168.00++ per person with flow of freshly brewed coffee and tea, $198.00++ per person with flow of wines, beers and juices, $228.00++ per person with flow of ‘R’ de Ruinart Brut NV, wines, beers and juices, $288.00++ per person with flow of Ruinart Rosé, wines, beers and juices and $488.00++ per person with flow of Krug Grande Cuvée NV, wines, beers and juices. Call 6506 6860, email bls@stregis.com, or visit brasserielessaveurs.com for reservations.

Brasserie Les Saveurs is at lobby level, The St. Regis Singapore, 29 Tanglin Road, Singapore 247911, tel:6506 6888.

14. Jamie’s Italian

Where to go to celebrate Easter in Singapore

Photo: Jamie’s Italian | Eggplant Parmigiana

Jamie’s Italian’s scenic waterfront Vivocity outlet is hosting a spectacular buffet with mouthwatering Easter dishes on Easter Sunday. Dishes include a selection of small bites such as the Devilled Free-range Eggs and Prosciutto-wrapped Asparagus, and fork-tender meats such as the Roast Leg of Higher-welfare Lamb with vegetables and Roast Sustainably Sourced Barramundi slathered with tarragon cream sauce. Don’t forget to try the Eggplant Parmigiana and their rich Bread & Butter Pudding made with higher-welfare dairy and free-range eggs. Easter isn’t complete without some cool activities, so let the kiddos indulge in face painting, Easter egg hunting and balloon sculpting while you feast.

While its Forum outlet will not have a buffet spread, it is offering à la carte Easter specials from April 15 to 21 (from 6pm from April 15 to 19 and all-day from April 20 to 21), including the Tagliatelle Asparagus Cheese & Bacon ($30.95++) of homemade tagliatelle, freshly made with free-range eggs and served with crunchy asparagus, cheese fondue, and crispy smoked bacon; and the Slow-Roasted Lamb ($39.95++), a hearty plate of lamb that’s slow roasted with white wine and finished with Gaeta olives, sun-dried tomatoes, fresh mint and red onion. Have a sweet treat to end of the celebrations — it’s offering an Easter Fruity Cake ($14.95++), a buttery confection that forms a nest for chocolate eggs stuffed with Italian vanilla Chantilly cream.

Where to go to celebrate Easter in Singapore

Photo: Jamie’s Italian | Slow-roasted lamb

About: Easter Sunday Lunch Buffet at Jamie’s Italian VivoCity is on April 21, from 11.30am to 3.30pm. $50++ per adult (free-flow Moscato, Prosecco, House White and Red Wines available at an additional $35++) and $25++ per child (between six and 12 years old). Visit https://www.jamieoliver.com/italian/singapore or email enquiries@jamiesitalian.sg for reservations.

Jamie’s Italian is at 1 Harbourfront Walk, #01-165/166/167, VivoCity, Singapore 098585, tel: 6733 5500; and 583 Orchard Road, #01-01/04, Forum Shopping Mall, Singapore 238884
, tel: 6655 7676. 

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15. db Bistro & Oyster Bar

Where to go to celebrate Easter in Singapore

Photo: Marina Bay Sands

If you prefer something a little lighter for Easter brunch, try the three-course Spring Menu from db Bistro & Oyster Bar. Savour fresh and crisp flavours of Spring produce with starters such as the White Asparagus Vichyssoise with Alaskan king crab and
sorrel, or the innovative Maine Lobster Salad with Belgian endive, hearts of palm, mango crispy quinoa and curried yoghurt dressing. For mains, opt for the signature Daniel Boulud’s Nine Herb Ravioli with artichokes, blue foot mushrooms and aged parmesan, or the Herb-crusted Rack of Colorado Lamb with cassoulet of spring beans rosemary jus. Satisfy sweet cravings with a
choice of Strawberry and Rhubarb Bavarois with yoghurt sorbet and Dark chocolate tarte with coffee and cardamom ice cream.

About: On April 21. S$98++ per pax. Call 6688 8525 or email dbreservations@MarinaBaySands.com for reservations.

db Bistro & Oyster Bar is at B1-48, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Galleria Level – Across from Theaters, 2 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956, tel: 6688 8525.

16. Adrift by David Myers

Where to go to celebrate Easter in Singapore

Get your Easter brunch fix at celebrity chef restaurant Adrift by David Myers — an Asian-inspired spot that boasts flavour-forward menus. Its Easter special will feature a cold seafood buffet including Alaskan king crab, French oysters, Japanese Big eye tuna sashimi and Hokkaido scallops, as well as hand-sliced Jamón ibérico de bellota. Pick a main dish from Adrift’s signature brunch menu, such as Smoked Peri chicken with burnt lime and watercress, King crab omelette with Japanese curry, and New England lobster benedict.

About: On April 21. S$98++ per person. Call 6688 5657 or email Adrift.Reservations@MarinaBaySands.com for reservations.

Adrift by David Myers is at Lobby, Hotel Tower 2, Marina Bay Sands, 10 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018956, tel: 6688 5657.

17. Yardbird Southern Table & Bar

Where to go to celebrate Easter in Singapore

Photo: Marina Bay Sands

For something a tad unconventional from the others on this list, how about eating your fill of tender, juicy fried chicken?  Yardbird Southern Table & Bar is offering an “All-You-Can-Eat” fried chicken special (S$34++ for two hours) on Easter Sunday, where you get to indulge in Lewellyn’s Fine Fried Chicken, a 100-year old recipe that features chicken brined in a blend of secret spices for 27 hours before it is fried to golden-crisp perfection. Complete the meal with free-flow glasses of refreshing
Mimosa (S$30++ per person for two hours). Not a fan of fried chicken? Take your pick from a medley of brunch classics and innovative creations from its signature Great American Brunch menu, such as Chicken & Egg Biscuit Sandwich (S$22++) and Smoked Salmon Avocado Toast (S$22++). An adorable Easter Bunny will be making his rounds with baskets full of
chocolates and sweet treats.
About: On April 21, 10am to 4pm (but all-you-can-eat special is only for a two-hour period). Call 6688 9959 or email Yardbird.Reservations@marinabaysands.com for reservations. 
 
Yardbird Southern Table & Bar is at B1-07, Marina Bay Sands, 2 Bayfront Ave, Singapore 018972, tel: 6688 8868.

18. Porta

Where to go to celebrate Easter in Singapore

Photo: Park Hotel Clarke Quay

Modern European dishes take centrestage at this restaurant’s hearty Easter brunch. Choose a main course from its all-new brunch menu, such as Smoked Salmon Croissant with mascarpone cheese and Croque Monsieur with ciabatta, ham and gruyere cheese. There are vegetarian options too, such as the Breakfast Burg with a portobello mushroom patty and sunny side egg. Along with this are unlimited servings of sides, appetisers, salads and desserts. House wines will be half off from the second glass onwards.

Of course, family-friendly activities such as Easter Egg Painting and Easter Bunny Mask Making are par for the course. A kids’ playroom has been set aside to entertain the young ones – expect rocking horses and a vibrant caterpillar tunnel. You also stand a chance to win prizes from Porta’s Easter Lucky Dip.

About: April 21, 12pm to 4pm. $39++ per adult and $19++ per child (five to 11 years). Children below 5 years enjoy a complimentary Kids’ Dish of the Day. Family activities are available on a rotation basis from 12.30pm to 2.30pm. Call 6593 8855 or email hello@porta.com.sg for reservations.

Porta is at 1 Unity Street, Level 1, Park Hotel Clarke Quay, Singapore 237983, tel: 6593 8888.

 

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