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1. Colony, The Ritz Carlton
This restaurant emerged tops in the champagne brunch category in The Peak magazine’s Restaurant Awards this year and it’s no wonder why. It boasts an impressive buffet spread that includes seven different counters serving fresh seafood and various types of cuisine, from Chinese and Indian. 

Desserts are also not to be missed. There are the usual suspects like your tiramisu and chocolate, although we suggest making a beeline for the crepe suzette counter where you can choose your own toppings. My personal favourite is definitely the strawberry shortcake, which is soft, moist and so fluffy. Remember to save some space for these sweet treats!

Last but not least, what’s a champagne brunch without champagne? You get to enjoy free flow of Moet & Chandon’s throughout. 

$188 ++ (with Moet & Chandon champagne) / $138 (with soft drinks) 
Child — $ 94 ++ (aged 6-12) / $47 (aged 3-5) 

Colony is located at 7 Raffles Avenue, Singapore, 039799. 

2. Bar and Billiard Room, Raffles Hotel
This place is definitely heaven for all the carnivores. Apart from the huge spread of meats such as ham, salmon fillet, lamb and beef steak, there’s also have a dedicated seafood counter with the freshest seafood. Here, you will find smoked salmon, oysters, and even lobster sashimi. 

You also get to enjoy great quality champagne from Billecart-Salmon Brut Reserve and Billecart-Salmon Brut Rose. For those who prefer other alcohol over the bubbly, there’s also white/red wine, beer and even cocktails! 

$158 ++ (with wines, beer, soft drinks, fruit juices and 2 cocktails) 
$198 ++ (with additional Billecart-Salmon Brut Réserve) 
$218 ++ (with additional Billecart-Salmon Brut Rosé champagne) 
Child — $98 ++ (aged 6 – 12) 
Bar and Billiard Room is located at 1 Beach Road, Singapore, 189673.

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3. Edge, Pan Pacific Singapore
Expectations are understandably high for this restaurant, given that it was awarded the best all-day dining buffet award in the The Peak magazine’s Restaurant Awards this year. The quality of their food and the service here is very commendable. 

The champagne buffet starts every Sunday from 12 noon all the way until 4pm, making it the one of the longest brunch sessions in Singapore. There’s a wide variety of cuisines for you to choose from and you don’t have to queue at the stations anymore! Instead, you’ll receive a wooden number tag to indicate your order and the food will be served to you when it’s ready. 

The best part? You get to enjoy free-flow rosé champagne from Veuve Clicquot throughout! 

$118 ++ (with soft drinks, fruit juices, coffee and tea) 
$178 ++ (with additional Veuve Clicquot Brut Yellow Label, wines, beer, cocktails) 
$198 ++ (with additional Veuve Clicquot Rosé, wines, beer, cocktails) 
Child — $59 ++ (aged 6-11) 

Edge, Pan Pacific Singapore is located at 7 Raffles Boulevard, Level 3, Singapore, 039595.

4. Kwee Zeen, Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa
Dubbed the “Magnifique Sunday Champagne Brunch”, the biggest selling point of this buffet is the amazing selection of crabs: mud crab, brown crab, dungeness crab, tourteau crab and more! For crab lovers, this place is definitely right up your alley. Seafood is also another mainstay here, so be sure to try them. 

They also have 16 different food counters that serve up various cuisines such as top quality foie gras and naan with dips. 

$138 ++ (with soft drinks and fruit juices)
$168 ++ (with Taittinger Champagne and assorted alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks)
Child — $58 ++ (aged 5-11) 

Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa is located at 2 Bukit Manis Road Sentosa, Singapore 099891. 


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5. Manhattan, Regent Singapore
This bar-concept restaurant boasts an elegant and relaxed atmosphere. With comfortable couches and soft dim lighting, you’ll barely need any alcohol to get you into the romantic mood! 

This cosy spot is the perfect place for a date or an intimate heart-to-heart session with your girlfriends. Here, you can create your very own Bloody Mary from a wide selection of toppings, one of the which includes a local delight: bak kwa! Like most bars, do note that this place only serves adults. 

$150 ++ (with cocktails, beer and wines) 
$195 ++ (with additional Billecart-Salmon Brut Reserve) 

Manhattan, Regent Singapore is located at 1 Cuscaden Rd, Singapore 249715

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6. The Kitchen Table, W Singapore Sentosa Cove
The Kitchen Table has recently revamped its menu, dubbing it the Sunday Remix 2.0. The spread stretches from the main buffet area all the way to Skirt (a grill restaurant), so it’ll definitely keep you busy. They have lots of great salad options such beetroot, kale and cauliflower with huge and plump sun-dried tomatoes. The cooked food stations offer a decent mix of Singapore and Western-style dishes.

Some my personal favourites include vegetable lasagne, beef cottage pie and stir-fried smoked duck. 

You’ll also enjoy an abundance of dessert offerings ranging from DIY candy floss, cakes, popcorn to a chocolate fondue. There’s also a corner dedicated to children-friendly food like spaghetti and pizza, so it’s a great place for families, especially those with young kids!

$128 ++ (with soft drinks, coffee and tea) 
$148 ++ (with cocktails, red and white wine) 
$178 ++ (with free-flow champagne) 

Opt for the highest tier to enjoy full access to their pool party that happens every Sunday from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm.

The Kitchen Table is located at Sentosa Cove, 21 Ocean Way, Singapore, 098374. 

7. Ash and Elm, InterContinental Singapore
This is one of the newest additions to the hotel with a one-of-a-kind champagne brunch concept. It incorporates the usual buffet style and an ala carte menu for you to choose from. 

There are about 11 different types of dishes on the a la carte menu and they all come in thoughtfully small portions, so you’ll be able to try more of their food offerings without stuffing yourself. These include caviar soup, lobster risotto, pan-fried foie gras, beef cheeks, duck confit and more! They are free-flow, so you can order as much as you want! 

The buffet spread offers your usual fresh seafood, beef, slow-roasted Norwegian salmon, a dedicated charcuterie room and even a “live” station where you can DIY your own crepes. 

For parents with children, there’s a corner that provides fun and games for your little ones while you enjoy your food. 

$98 ++ (with fruit juices, soft drinks, DIY cocktails) 
$138 ++ (with Perrier Jouet champagne, wine, and beer) 

InterContinental Singapore is located at 80 Middle Rd, Singapore 188966. 

8. The Line, Shangri-La Singapore
The Line is one of the most popular buffet places due to its almost unparalleled variety. For the champagne brunch, it’s definitely stepped up its game and included more offerings.

There are 13 different types of fresh seafood available, lots of cold cuts and almost 30 types of different cheeses! There is also no lack of options in the grilled department – think 48 hours slow braised beef, Australian Tomahawk steak, roasted lamb and even Korean veal. 

They also have local delights such as char kway teow, chili crab and even a “live” station whipping up satay on the spot. There are also Indian-style food items such as naan tandoori chicken, curry and more. 

Satisfy your sweet tooth with 30 different types of desserts –  cakes, nonya kuehs, ice cream and even yogurt, you name it they have it. 

 $158 ++ (with Perrier-Jouet Grand Brut champagne) 

Shangri-La Singapore is located at 22 Orange Grove Rd, 258350. 

9. Equinox, Swissotel Stamford
Dining on amazing food while enjoying a bird’s eye view of Singapore – doesn’t that sound like the perfect Sunday?

Renowned for its breathtaking views and tasty cuisines, Equinox’s spin on champagne brunch comes with fresh seafood, an abundance of grilled meats, a wide assortment of cooked dishes and colourful desserts. Entertainment in the form of magic performances and a live band add to the lively ambiance.  

Sky view champagne brunch for adult
$138 (without alcohol) / $158 (with Möet & Chandon Imperial, red and white wines) Child — $88 (aged 7 – 12) / $68 (aged 4-6) 

Pink brunch (every last Sunday of the month)
$158 (without alcohol) / $178 (with Möet & Chandon Imperial, red and white wines) 
Child  — $98 (aged 7 – 12) / $78 (aged 4-6) 

Equinox is located at 2 Stamford Rd, Swissôtel The Stamford, Singapore 178882. 


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10. Aura, National Gallery
Located on the fifth floor of the National Gallery of Singapore, Aura sets itself apart with an elegant interior design and a rich contemporary sense that will delight the diners. 

It’s fast approaching its one year anniversary at the National Gallery of Singapore in October and has recently launched their champagne brunch. Offerings include plenty of fresh seafood as such fresh oysters, lobsters and prawns along with top grade meat, pasta and a wide variety of cheese. 

Enjoy a pleasant and unobstructed view of the gorgeous Marina Bay Sands and the Padang while dining with your loved ones!

$98 ++ (no drinks) 
$148 ++ (with Perrier Jouet champagne) 

Aura is located at 1 St Andrew’s Road, Singapore 178957. 

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