There are many reasons why we love Easter – family, friends, traditions – but our favourite part of the festivities is always the glorious food. More than just a celebration for kids and the devout, Easter Sunday is the perfect excuse to head out and splurge on brunch because restaurants have delicious menus created specially for the celebrations. No matter if you’re looking for a simple western meal or some funky experimental dish, we’ve rounded up the five best Easter brunch spots for 2015! Don’t forget to make reservations while there’s time because these restaurants are serving up their best epicurean delights and might just be fully booked before you know it!
The White Rabbit
Housed within a beautifully restored chapel in Dempsey Road, The White Rabbit is a stunning European restaurant that has won the hearts of many. Enjoy feasting with your family and loved ones in the light and nostalgic ambience and begin your meal with the delicious Mini Potted Duck Liver Parfait with Smoked Eel, and then feast on some Braised Beef Cheeks, Roasted Spanish Pork Rack, and Grilled Vegetable Pappardelle. End off your brunch with sweet, delectable selections from the dessert spread. Our mouths are watering for these Easter specials – next Sunday, please come soon!
When: 5 April, 10am-3pm
Where: 39C, Harding Road, Singapore 249541
How much: Adults and children over 12 years old, $108++ and children from six to 12 years old, $58++. Click here for more information.
PARKROYAL on Pickering
Considering that Lime at PARKROYAL on Pickering is our favourite brunch spot at the moment (if you haven’t tried their buffet spread and signature Limeade drink, you’re seriously missing out!), it’s a no-brainer that this lush tranquil resto is serving up its best menu for the Easter festivities. Hop into brunch and enjoy and expanded menu on top of the Sunday Brunch mainstays such as Honey-Glazed Gammon Ham and US Prime Ribs. Sink your teeth into the irresistible Homemade Scotch Eggs with Black Truffle Hollandaise and Egg Cocotte with Lobster Bolognese and enjoy other epicurean delights from smoked salmon to foie gras. Chocolates and sweet treats also await you with Churros, Lime’s signature green tea chocolate fountain, ice-creams, sorbets and many more make an appearance at the dessert corner. And just like how Easter will not be complete without an egg hunt, Lime is celebrating the nation’s golden jubilee as the hotel treats its guests to 50 red and white eggs mischievously scattered and hidden around the hotel, each hiding a prize within varying from discount vouchers to the grand prize of a staycation.
When: 5 April
Where: 3 Upper Pickering Street, Singapore 058289
How much: $108 to $158 for adults, children below 12 years old, $54. Click here for more information. For reservations, call 6809 8899 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cocotte x Artichoke
Local favourites Cocotte and Artichoke have combined forces for a special Easter brunch collaboration unlike any other. Featuring the best from both restaurants including Cocotte’s brunch cart dishes and Artichoke’s signature mezzes, this Easter special is the talk of the town. Have a taste of Artichoke’s Beetroot Tzatziki with Pistachio Dukka & Wormwood and Cocotte’s Steamed Clams with Fennel Cream and Swiss Chard. Oh, and did we mention that guests will each receive a complimentary Thai Milk Tea Slushie on arrival? Yum!
When: 3-5 April
Where: Cocotte, 2 Dickson Road, Singapore 209494
How much: $62 per person. Click here for more information. For reservations, call 6290 1188 or email email@example.com.
Catalunya is a contemporary Spanish restaurant seated in an impressive glass-encased dome with a gorgeous panoramic view of the city and Marina Bay Sands. Serving up more than 40 dishes from Jamon Iberico, Seadoof Paella, Suckling Pig and many more, Catalunya’s Easter semi-buffet brunch will definitely leave your cravings satiated. In the spirit of the festivities, there’s a Garden Hunt, where you’ll stand to win awesome prizes! We can’t wait to hit this spot and a little bird even told us that the upcoming Easter brunch is also the launch of the restaurant’s Sunday brunch!
When: 3-5 April, 1230pm-430pm
Where: The Fullerton Pavillion, 82 Collyer Quay, Singapore 049327
How much: $98++ for adults and $40++ for children between four to nine years old. Click here for more information. For reservations, call 6534 0886.
You’ll be full for days after leaving Mandarin Oriental next Sunday. With so much on the menu to shout about at Dolce Vita, you can expect Italian cuisine at its best; specially created by Chef de Cuisine Omar Bernardi. Guests can look forward to a delectable selection of started such as Italian cold cuts, Tasmanian rock oysters and main courses like Lobster Linguine, Braisesd Veal Cheek and many more! Seal the deal and end your brunch off with sweet delights like the Assorted Easter Farmhouse Macarons, Hot Cross Buns and Limoncello Curd. Looks like we’ve got to have those stretchy pants on the ready!
When: 4 & 5 April
Where: Dolce Vita, Mandarin Oriental, 5 Raffles Avenue Marina Square, Singapore 039797
How much: $128++ per guest. For reservations, call 6885 3500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lead Image sourced via Park Royal Hotels, Image #2 sourced via Your Singapore, Image #3 sourced via Park Royal Hotels, Image #4 sourced via Cocotte, Image #5 sourced via Design Hub, Image #6 sourced via Mandarin Oriental.