free-flow brunches

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Who doesn’t love lazy Sundays after a long week of hard work? If you are thinking of spending this weekend chatting with your friends, delish brunch on the table and glass of bubbly in your hand, you’ve come to the right place.

Check out our compilation of free-flow brunches under $100++. With some brunches easily costing close to $200, you’d save enough to have two free-flow brunches by visiting the places we listed.

And you aren’t limited to just champagne either, there are plenty of options to choose from, like prosecco, wine and even beer. Scroll down to see the most value-for-money brunches we found.


1. PS.Cafe – Free flow prosecco, rosé, red and white wines ($70++ without food)

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PS.Cafe has launched a free-flow brunch, exclusively at the Ann Siang Hill outlet.

You can get various wines free flow, such as red, white and rosé wines from the iconic Spanish vineyard Marques de Riscal.

There’s Villa Sandi’s Valdobbiadene Prosecco too, if you’re looking for something a little more bubbly.

Maybe start by ordering a classic side like a basket of truffle fries with a heap of shredded cheese on top, or the more hearty salmon-dill potato cakes if you want something new.

Just note that the food is not included in the price. But hey, we have no problem with that since the drinks are the focus at any free food brunch, anyway.

PS.Cafe Ann Siang Hill is at 45 Ann Siang Rd.

Drop by from 12pm – 3pm for brunch on the weekends or public holidays. Check out the menu here.


2. Sinfonia Ristorante – Free-flow food and prosecco ($92++)

Yep, you read that right – free flow booze and food. Sinfonia Ristorante’s Italian omakase brunch has 12 free flow courses and plenty of prosecco flowing to wash it all down.

A bottle of Bottega Brut Prosecco is affordable (around $30) but considering that you’re getting free flow gourmet Italian food, it’s definitely worth your money.

Take note that the omakase menu changes every week. If you have any dietary restrictions, call them at least two days in advance so they can prep for your needs.

Other than that, head there with an open mind and an empty tummy to enjoy what the chef has in store.

Sinfonia Ristorante is at Victoria Concert Hall, 11 Empress Pl.

Drop by from 12pm – 3pm for brunch on the weekends.




3. Pete’s Place – Free-flow prosecco, wine, campari cocktails, aperol spritz, and Tiger beer ($78++)


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This is probably the most value-for-money free-flow brunch on the list. Other than the good variety of alcohol you could help yourself to, the buffet selection is definitely something to shout about.

There are freshly shucked oysters and cold poached prawns at the sustainable seafood bar, customisable pastas (pictured is the homemade ravioli with spinach, ricotta, and burrata), and pizzas made a la minute.

End the whole experience with a taste of classic italian desserts by helping yourself to some tiramisu or panna cotta.

Pete’s Place is at the Grand Hyatt,10 Scotts Rd.

Drop by from 11.30am – 2.30pm for brunch on Sundays.


4. Empress- Free-flow prosecco, red and white wines, and Archipelago beer ($96)


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Ever been to the Asian Civilisations Museum? Well, you have a reason to visit now. Empress is a modern Chinese restaurant with a tempting dim sum brunch. For $58, you get free flow siew mai, har gau, steamed custard buns, and porridges, just to list a few. That’s not even counting the servings of chef signatures (you can choose up to five) like the roast duck, battered sea grouper, or jasmine poached pear.

As for drinks, an additional $38 gets you free-flow prosecco, house wines, Archipelago beer, and Chinese tea. If you top up and pay $60 instead, you’ll also get free flow Perrier Jouët champagne in addition to the rest.

Empress is at the Asian Civilisations Museum, 1 Empress Pl.

Drop by from 11am – 1pm, 12pm – 2pm, 1pm – 3pm, or 2pm – 4pm.


5. Adrift by David Myers – Free-flow sparkling wine and prosecco ($70++)


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Adrift is deliciously bold. From skewered wagyu served on a tiny robata grill to your table (complete with hot coals) and drinks infused with smoke, something’s bound to lift an eyebrow at Adrift.

Don’t be too quick to pass over them as gimmicks though, as the flavours of these mod-Asian dishes pack a punch. Top up $70++ for free pours of rosé or champagne to go with the brunch.

A popular favourite is the eggs benedict ($22), made with smoked bacon, rice cake, and moreish béarnaise sauce.

Other brunch staples like hotcakes and avocado toast are available with their own unique twists, and so are more adventurous options, like the omelette with king crab and Japanese curry ($26) or black garlic bread with salted vanilla ($4).

Adrift by David Myers is at Marina Bay Sands, 10 Bayfront Ave.

Drop by from 12pm – 3pm for brunch on the weekends. Check out the menu here.