It’s called The Conrad Centennial Singapore Supercharged Sunday Brunch and that sure is an apt name, looking at the extensive spread. Feast on indulgent dishes such as premium roast London duck, suckling pig, foie gras and organic pasta. You’ll also get to sample the freshest seafood and oysters at the seafood bar. Vegetarian? Fret not, as there’s a four-metre-long salad bar with a selection of 10 small plates such as quinoa with fava beans. From June, there will also be an outdoor BBQ serving hot-off-the-grill lobsters and prime cuts of beef with homemade sauces of blue cheese and cognac, thyme veal jus, habanero tomatillo and an Asian coconut dip
Lobby Level, Conrad Centennial Singapore, Two Temasek Boulevard; $168++ with free flow champagne; ConradSingapore.com
Adding a contemporary take on Chinese cuisine, Mitzo has been quietly wooing diners since it opened. Catch its ultimate Yum Cha experience every weekend, which has the perfect mix of food, cocktails and champagne. The menu has over 40 dishes and includes a range of dim sum, supreme seafood delicacies, roasts and wok dishes. There are also some scrumptious seafood delicacies such as live lobster and abalone.
Level 4, Grand Park Orchard, 270 Orchard Road; $68++ per adult (food only), top up $60++ for free-flow champagne; mitzo.sg
Make a date with Mezza9 on Sundays as the brunch here has been a hot favourite for years. You won’t feel guilty about your meal either as they get their food using environmentally-friendly practices, sourcing it in a sustainable way. There’s seafood galore from all over the world, with the likes of Scottish brown crabs, Maine lobsters and Pacific oysters.
Mezzanine level, Grand Hyatt Singapore, 10 Scotts Road; $108++, add $40++ for free-flow champagne; www.singapore.grand.hyattrestaurants.com/mezza9/
You’ll feel like royalty when you dine here, thanks to the luxurious surroundings and impeccable service. It’s French cuisine as its finest, with a semi-buffet concept. If you’re having brunch here, go early as there’s a complimentary hour (11am to noon) of aperitifs at Astor Bar. Keep some space for dessert though, as there’s a delectable selection here.
Lobby Level, The St. Regis Singapore, 29 Tanglin Road; $195++ with champagne; www.brasserielessaveurs.com
This restaurant boasts one of the best views of the Singapore skyline so we won’t blame you if you take your time with your brunch. The Sunday Champagne Brunch here features modern European cuisine, with a luxurious spread that includes a plethora of ocean-fresh seafood – such as Boston lobster, Sri Lankan crabs and international oysters – as well as a selection of international cheeses. There’s also a live carving station serving the likes of succulent roasted rib Angus beef and salt-crust baked sea bass.
Swissotel The Stamford, Singapore, 2 Stamford Road; $158++ with unlimited Moët & Chandon Impérial; www.swissotel.com/hotels/singapore-stamford/dining/equinox-restaurant/
Why just have brunch when you can have brunch while listening to some awesome jazz tunes too. Chillax in style in this intimate space, with its eclectic music and world-class menu. The food will make you want to stay as long as you can, just so you can savour it – while enjoying the funky tunes. There are classic dishes like eggs benedict and even a BB King cheeseburger, plus a live station with a menu that updates weekly.
Pan Pacific Orchard, 10 Claymore Road; $98++ with free-flow champagne; www.montreuxjazzcafe.com/en/cafe/singapore
While not a brunch per se, this English Afternoon Tea is ideal for those who don’t want to fill themselves up to much. But you won’t go home hungry either, as the buffet menu (which is updated regularly), has a fine selection of sandwiches, salads, pastries and desserts. An English afternoon tea session isn’t complete without traditional English scones so try some while you’re here. Don’t go home without sampling the chocolate fountain! There are two seatings on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and public holidays – 12noon – 2.30pm and 3pm-5pm – which will suit your brunch plans.
Goodwood Park Hotel, 22 Scotts Road; $72 with a glass of Laurent-Perrier champagne or top up with a bottle of the same champagne at S$125; www.goodwoodparkhotel.com
The legend that is Raffles Hotel is a Singapore icon and dining at one of the various venues here is a must-do at least once in your life (it’s not just for tourists!). Sunday brunch at Raffles Grill has an impressive selection of meat in its live carving station – such as US Prime Cote de Boeuf and Welsh Rack of Lamb – gourmet selection of cheeses and endless fresh seafood of Maine Lobsters, Tiger Prawns, Imported Oysters and Smoked Salmon with Kristal Caviar on Blinis. Don’t miss the array of freshly-baked breads, homemade butters and a selection of charcuterie as well as canapés such as Pan-Fried Foie Gras with Wild Mushroom and Cauliflower Espuma.
Take a step back in time with this Vintage Champagne Brunch. Get transported to the days of old and enjoy the nostalgia of the colonial era in this restaurant with a range of cuisines including Chinese, Indian, Indonesian, Malaysian and Western. Choose from a wide range of seafood, sushi and sashimi, cold cuts, canapés, carved meats, satay, pastas…and so much more.
This venue is perfect if you’re a late riser or enjoy making your Sunday last as long as possible as it hosts Singapore’s longest brunch. Sunday brunch here is from noon till 3pm but the fun doesn’t end there – the party continues as guest DJs play smooth house tunes until 7pm. The food served here is an Italian-style buffet, with an extensive spread of seafood, a live carving station and a range of homemade pastas. A must-try is Monti’s famed Truffle Risotto, which is creatively showcased while made in front of guests in a parmesan cheese wheel. It’s brunch with a view here, as stunning scenes of the Marina Bay area accompany your meal.
82 Collyer Quay, The Fullerton Pavilion; $160++ with free-flow champagne; www.monti.sg