Easter Sunday Brunch Buffets Not to Be Missed in 2017

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Celebrate with these Easter Sunday brunch buffets, and bring the right credit card to get discounts off your total bill!

Updated 11 Apr 2017.

Public holidays are the saving grace of our busy cosmopolitan lifestyles, and among our favourites is Good Friday and Easter. It’s a guaranteed long weekend that gives us a nice little break after March and it’s hectic school vacation week. Also, it’s a great reason to rejuvenate with a leisurely Easter staycation.

Whether you’re observing the festival or simply celebrating the much-needed break, hatch a plan to round up your family members for Easter brunch. The bountiful spread and themed activities are sure to resurrect everyone’s good spirits.

Here are some Easter Sunday brunch buffets the whole family can enjoy.

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Porta, Park Hotel Clark Quay: From S$39++ per pax

For an Easter Sunday celebration the whole family can enjoy, book yourself a table at Park Hotel Clark Quay’s Easter Sunday Brunch.

This semi-buffet brunch lets you pair your choice of themed mains (choose from 62˚C Eggs Benedict with Iberico ham on brioche buns, the Chocolate & Hazelnut-Stuffed Pancakes and The Porta Breakfast) with unlimited servings from the buffet bar.

At the latter you’ll find all-you-can-eat appetisers such as Parma ham and rock melon, Mangalica saucisson, salmon gravlax and an assortment of cheeses; a carving station consisting of Angus Beef Sirloin; and a dessert table with sweet treats such as baby bunny cookies, hot cross buns, fresh fruits, chocolate Easter eggs and Easter Bunny Cakes in Mango Yuzu and Orange Jivara Chocolate flavours.

And for the kiddies, a supervised playroom, caterpillar tunnel, rocking horses and Easter egg painting will keep them delightedly busy.

Address: 1 Unity Street, 237983, Singapore
Tel: 6593 8888
Email: info.phcq@parkhotelgroup.com

Price

Easter Sunday Semi-buffet Brunch
16 Apr 2017, 12nn to 4pm

  • Adult: S$39++ (add on S$42 for 2 hours free-flow wine and beer)
  • Children (from 5 to 11 years) S$19++
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Azur, Crowne Plaza Changi Airport: From S$58++ per pax

Featuring an Easter Egg Hunt, egg-painting, family movie time and of course, a lavish all-you-can-eat spread, Azur restaurant’s Easter Brunch and Buffet is made for quality family time.

Highlights include creative and delectable Asian egg dishes such as Wok-fried Soft Shell Crabs with Salted Egg and Curry Leaf, Braised Pork Belly with Quail Eggs and Dried Mandarin Orange Zest, and Egg White and Salmon Roe Fried Rice.

There will also be traditional Easter dishes and modern favourites including Shepherd’s Pie, Scotch Eggs, Roasted Rack of Lamb with Pistachio Crust, Pan-fried Swordfish with Foie Gras Emulsion, Broiled Oysters with Cream Spinach and Herb Crumb, Fine de Claire Oyster Risotto with Riesling and Chives, Hot Cross Buns, Valrhona Bread and Butter Pudding, and Apple Crumble.

The little ones have their own Kids’ Buffet, which serves up Fusilli Pasta with Sausage and Black Truffle Cream, Breaded Fish Fillet, French Fries, Mini Cheese Burger, Fruit Jello and more.

Address: 75 Airport Boulevard, Singapore 819664
Tel: 6823 5354
Email: azur.cpca@ihg.com

Price

Easter Brunch and Buffet
14, 15 and 16 Apr 2017

Brunch

  • Adult: S$58++
  • Child: S$38++

Dinner

  • Adult: S$68++
  • Child: S$48++

 

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Plate, Carlton City Hotel Singapore: From S$35++ per pax

Drawing inspiration from the traditional English Sunday Roast, Plate’s Easter Sunday Galore features a live carving station with non-stop servings of Herb-crusted Lamb Leg, Honey-glazed Gammon Ham and Roasted Prime Ribs.

Pair your meat carvings with other entrees such as Beef Cheek Red Wine Stew and Gratinated Duck Leg Confit Mini Pot Pie, as well as Duck Rillettes with Macadamia and Stewed Prunes and Char-grilled Portobello Mushrooms with Garlic Confit for a truly inspirational Easter feast.

To end off on a sweet note, swing by the dessert section for delectable favourite such as Easter Rice Cake, Hot Cross Buns and the always-welcome hot chocolate fountain.

In case the little ones get bored, there’s also a bouncy castle, Easter egg painting and bunny handicrafts.

Address: 1 Gopeng Street, Singapore 078862
Tel: 6632 8922
Email: f&b@carltoncity.sg

Price

Easter Sunday Galore
16 Apr 2017, 12 nn to 6.30 pm

  • Adult: S$35++ (includes free flow soda and juices)
  • Child (7 to 12 years old): 50% off
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Oscar’s, Conrad Centennial Singapore: From S$88++

If you’ve ever wanted an Easter-themed rendition of Oscar’s excellent Supercharged Sunday Brunch, you’re in luck. For one glorious weekend in April, the restaurant will be serving up a hearty buffet starring all-you-can-eat fresh Italian Pasta and cold cuts, Filipino-style sucking pig, an outdoor BBQ station with Boston Lobster and prime roast beef.

And just for the occasion, Oscar’s will also be setting up its signature live chocolate tartlet making station. Don’t miss the freshly made mascarpone 62% chcolate ice cream bar, and chocolate martini and Nutella negroni bar.

Best of all, with face-painting, Easter egg giveaways, photo booth* and Easter Egg Hunt*, the young ones will be kept well-entertained.

*Only available on Sunday, 16 Apr 

Address: Oscar’s, Lobby Level, Conrad Centennial Singapore, 2 Temasek Blvd, 038982
Tel: 6432 7481/63
Email: sinci.oscars@conradhotels.com

Price

Oscar’s Easter Weekend Brunch
15 – 16 Apr 2017, 12.30 pm to 3.30 pm

15 Apr, Saturday

  • Adult: S$88++ (includes free flow of soft drinks, tea and coffee)
  • Adult: S$148++ (includes free flow of champagne, premium wine pairing, craft beers, chocolate martini and Nutella negroni bar)
  • Child: S$44++

16 Apr, Sunday

  • Adult: S$128++ (includes free flow of soft drinks, tea and coffee)
  • Adult: S$188++ (includes free flow of champagne, premium wine pairing, craft beers, chocolate martini and Nutella negroni bar)
  • Child: S$64++

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Edge, Pan Pacific Singapore: From S$152 per pax

Book your seat at the Easter Sunday Champagne Brunch and get ready for a 4-hour long feast starring premium Boston Lobster and Seafood on Ice, roasts from the carvery such as Roasted USDA Prime Rib, as well as Braised Lamb Shank with Artichoke a la Plancha and Salt Baked Seabass with Fennel and Lemon from the Chef’s Specialty Trolley.

And to help properly celebrate the occasion, you’ll find a spread of tantalising Easter-themed desserts, such as Hot Cross Buns, Colourful Easter Eggs, Champagne Jello with Strawberry Pearls Shooters, White and Dark Chocolate Fountain, 10 types of Handmade Macarons, and a beautifully decorated Easter Chocolate Garden of assorted candies and pralines.

For the ultimate indulgence, opt for the unlimited champagne add-on for free-flow of Veuve Clicquot Champagne, wines, cocktails and beer. Fresh juices, soft drinks, coffee and tea are also included. Just make sure to pace yourself lest you find yourself in a passed out for the next 3 days.

Address: Pan Pacific Singapore, Level 3, 7 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039595
Tel: 6826 8240
Email: celebrate.sin@panpacific.com

Price

Easter Sunday Champagne Brunch
16 Apr 2017, 12nn to 4 pm

  • Adult: S$218++ (includes free flow champagne, wines, cocktails, beers, juices, soft drinks, coffee and tea)
  • Adult: S$152++ (includes free flow juices, soft drinks, coffee and tea)
  • Child (6 to 11 years old): S$92++

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Marriott Cafe, Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza: From S$88 per pax

For Easter Sunday, Marriott Cafe is putting up a buffet spread that’s a little more upmarket than their usual casual dining offerings.

Begin with a sprawling selection of fresh ocean catches featuring Snow Crab Legs; Boston Lobster; Seasonal Oysters; Poached Prawns and Steamed Crayfish. Prefer your seafood a little less cooked? Check out the sushi and sashimi station, or the crudo counter for prepared fresh salmon classics such as Herbs and Pepper Marinated Salmon; and Balsamic and Beetroot Cured Salmon.

From the ocean, move inland to feast on the cafe’s highly rated Western delicacies – Seared Duck Foie Gras with Red Onion Marmalade; Lobster Spicy Catalana Style; Oyster Florentine; Roast Prime Rib of Beef; and more. There are also Singaporean favourites such as Beef Rendang; Chilli Crab; Laksa; and Wan Hao’s signature Roast Chicken.

Complete your feast with the Easter-themed dessert selection, which includes Hot Cross Buns; Hot Cross Bun Pudding; Chocolate Eggs & Bunnies; Easter Cupcakes; Carrot Cake Trifle; and the Signature Sticky Date Pudding.

The best part? Top up just S$10 for unlimited alcoholic drinks!

Address: 320 Orchard Road, Singapore 238865
Tel: 6831 4605
Email: mhrs.sindt.fb.reservations@marriotthotels.com

Price

Easter Sunday Buffet Lunch
16 April 2017, 12pm to 2.30pm

  • Adult: $88++ (includes free flow of soft drinks and juices)
  • Adult: $98++ (includes free flow of wine, beer and juices)
  • Child: $44++

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The Salon, Hotel Fort Canning: From S$68 per pax

If you’re looking for an Easter buffet catered to the appetites of adults and children alike, check out Captain Bunny’s Easter in the Park, organised by Hotel Fort Canning.

The celebration promises a sumptuous buffet spread, along with an Easter Egg dash, a treasure hunt, bouncy castles… in short, everything you need to keep the whole family entertained and satisfied.

And if you really want to go the distance, come dressed as a pirate family and you could win the best-dressed pirate contest! (Although, what piracy has to do with Easter, we don’t know. But hey, anything to keep the kids entertained, so Mommy and Daddy can focus on eating their money’s worth before the food coma claims them.)

Address: 11 Canning Walk, Singapore 178881
Tel: 6799 8809
Email: fnb@hfcsingapore.com

Credit Card Promotion

  • 15% off total bill with American Express, DBS or HSBC credit cards

Price

Captain Bunny’s Easter in the Park
16 Apr 2017, 12nn to 3pm

  • Adult: S$68++ (Early Bird price)
  • Adult: S$80++
  • Child (5 to 12 years): S$40++
  • Child (under 4 years): Free

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Cafe Mosaic, Carlton Hotel Singapore: From S$68 per pax

Cafe Mosiac’s Easter Sunday Buffet Lunch promises an exciting afternoon filled with a mouthwatering spread, and accompanying themed activities the whole family can enjoy.

Besides a delicious international buffet blending all-time favourites and Easter-themed specialities, you can also enjoy fun activities such as Easter egg painting, balloon sculpting and gingerbread bunny painting.

For the ultimate in family bonding, form a parent-and-child team and learn how to bake hot cross buns together. This class is limited only to 10 parent-and-child teams from the Easter Sunday Buffet.

Address: 76 Bras Basah Road Singapore 189558
Tel: 6311 8195
Email: cafe.mosaic@carltonhotel.sg

Credit Card Promotion

  • 15% off total bill with UOB, Citi, DBS and OCBC credit cards
  • Valid only upon reservation and full payment by 9 Apr 2017

Book your Easter Sunday Buffet with your credit card to enjoy the special early-bird discount. Not only can you save some money, you can also earn some rewards on your dining credit card at the same time!

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Try using the Citi Cash Back Visa Card for a juicy 8% rebate on your total dining bill. This card also gives you 8% rebate on groceries and petrol, giving you even more savings if you need to stop by the supermarket and gas station after the buffet.

Price

Easter Sunday Buffet Lunch
16 Apr 2017, 12nn to 3pm

  • Adult: S$68++
  • Child: S$34++
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Lime, Parkroyal on Pickering: From S$108 per pax

If you’re looking for an Easter buffet with all the eggs-tras, don’t miss Lime Restaurant’s Super Easter Lunch.

Feast on Lobster Eggs Benedict featuring a 65°C Sous-vide Egg with Lobster, Asparagus and Albufera Emulsion and Quail Egg served with Port Wine. You’ll also get to enjoy the restaurant’s Super Lunch Sunday mainstays such as Pan-seared Foie Gras with Crispy Pancetta Ham and Roasted Beef Prime Ribs, alongside Baked Rock Salt-crusted Whole Salmon and Alaskan King Crab Remoulade with Avocado and Sea Urchin.

True to the Easter spirit, the buffet’s highlight is a dessert ”garden” featuring traditional chocolate Easter eggs and an assortment of flavoured roasted marshmallows such as Charcoal Lemon, Coconut, Gula Melaka or Matcha. Feel free to enjoy them on their own or dipped in Lime’s famed green tea chocolate fountain.

And in case you’re looking to burn off the extra calories, join the kids at the Easter Egg Hut – you might just walk away with dining vouchers and other Easter goodies.

Address: 3 Upper Pickering Street, Singapore 058289
Tel: 6809 8899
Email: lime.prsps@parkroyalhotels.com

Price

Super Easter Lunch
16 Apr 2017, 12.30pm to 4.30pm

  • Adult: S$108++ (includes free flow of juices, soft drinks, juices and tea)
  • Child (below 12 years old): S$44++ (includes free flow of soft drinks and juice)
  • Mumm Cordon Rouge NV Champagne: S$88++ per bottle
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The White Rabbit: From S$98 per pax

What better way to celebrate Easter Sunday than with an indulgent feast of modern European classics – served within the confines of a lovingly restored church.

The White Rabbit is putting on a delightfully named Bouncy Buffet Lunch for Easter. With a menu featuring a carving station, fresh seafood bar, a selection of salads, farm fresh favourites and desserts, it looks like your gait won’t be the only thing gaining a bounce.

And in case you want to bring the little ones along, you’ll be delighted to know that the buffet includes specially prepared mains such as haddock fish fingers and meatball linguine for young diners.

Price

Bouncy Buffet Brunch
16 Apr 2017, 10am to 3pm (Selected sittings available)

  • Adult: S$98++ (First seating, 10am onwards)
  • Adult: S$108++ (Second seating, 12.30pm onwards)
  • Children (6 to 12 years): S$45++
  • All adult diners will be entitled to 1 free signature gin and tonic, or 1 glass of house wine.

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