Whether you’re holidaying in Singapore and want to get hammered on a Sunday, or you just need a respite from your existence and need a good dose of indulgence, here are some upscale boozy brunches you can make reservations for for the coming weekend.
Brasserie Les Saveurs, St Regis Singapore
If decadence, indulgence and hedonism is what you’re after on a Sunday, Brasserie Les Saveurs will hit all the right spots. At $170++ for a free flow of champagne and juices and at $138++ for free flow of non-alcoholic beverages, brunch is not cheap. You’d get get a main course with semi-buffet: antipasto counter with stuff like smoked duck tartar and mini crab salad; a seafood counter with fresh prawns, oysters and crabs; and a very impressive dessert buffet that has Isaphan, chocolate tart and creme brulee. Besides having free flow of Perrier-Jouet Grand Brut, you can also order some of the St Regis signature cocktails like Bloody Mary. Save this spot for a celebratory brunch – or when someone else is paying.
Billecart-Salmon Champagne Brunch at Bar & Billiard Room, Raffles Hotel
Still on the more upscale of the boozy brunches in Singapore is the Billecart-Salmon Champagne Brunch in Raffles Hotel. So you can’t afford to stay in the hotel for your vacation here, but if you desperately need to savour the colonial past of the island, give this brunch a shot on your last day of your holiday. An extensive medley of gourmet antipasto and hors d’oeuvres unfolds into a colourful parade of live stations and carvings such as Blinis with Aquitaine Caviar, Australian Prime Rib and Herbs Dusted Rack of Lamb. Enchanting rows of endless sweet creations end the brunch on a perfect note.
Saturday and Sunday Brunch paired with the non-vintage Brut Réserve, a beautifully harmonious and balanced blend is available at $178++, while the delicate Brut Rosé is offered at $198++.
Mezza9 Sunday Brunch at Grand Hyatt Singapore
The Mezza9 brunch is probably the mother of all brunches. They’ve got everything – from fresh seafood, to searing hot foie gras, to sushi, to laksa, and if you’re there during the year-end holidays, they’ve even got Christmas delights!
$108++ per adult (with free flow fruit juices)
$138++ per adult (with free flow Champagne)
Skyve Elementary Bistro & Bar
For those who enjoy a good dose of sunlight whilst stuffing their faces, Skyve is the perfect place to be. You can choose between the usuals from their brunch menu, or pick the mini burgers, or their pizzas. They’ve got a free flow champagne brunch, and it helps that it doesn’t get ridiculously crowded as a lot of brunch spots in Singapore do.
Skyve Elementary Bistro and Bar is at 10 Winstedt Road, Block E, 01-17, 227977. Tel: 62256690.
Gattopardo, Hotel Fort Canning
For a taste of Italia on a Sunday, head to Gattopardo. A perfect setting for a lazy Sunday morning, Gattopardo's Champagne Sunday Brunch is an experience for the whole family. You can enjoy a Special Menu with an unlimited choice of made of Antipasti, Salads, Fresh Seafood as well as Pasta and Main Courses prepared a la minute by Chef Lino Sauro and his team. Then indulge in the cheese and dessert spread on display, where there is no doubt you will be tempted to visit again. As the afternoon goes on, sit back, relax and allow the kids to busy themselves at the restaurant's kid's corner.
$78 (free flow of juices)
$118 (free flow of Wine and Beer)
$148 (free flow of Champagne, Wine and Beer)
Free (below 6 years old)
$ 24 (6-12 years old)
Equinox, Swissotel The Stamford Singapore
If you want unparalleled views of Singapore in the morning without having to shove your way through gaggles of tourists at the Marina Bay Sands, make your way to Equinox. On the last Sunday of each month, Equinox hosts a special Pink Champagne Brunch. You’d get a flurry of pink things - from free flow of Moet & Chandon Rose Brut and pink cocktails, to pink chocolate fountain and staff dressed in hot pink. It’s perfect for a tamer bachelorette ‘do, or even a post-Pink Dot party.
Sunday Brunch Buffet $128++Pink Champagne Brunch Buffet $148++
The Line, Shangri-La Singapore
You can’t talk about brunches in Singapore without mentioning The Line. Often touted as one of the best brunch buffets on the island, there’s a reason why the restaurant lives up to its name year after year. The food is prepared fresh – some, like Chinese noodles and the roti prata is whipped up right in front of you. The dessert spread is to-die-for: from local kuehs, to pastries and cakes, to chocolate fondue and ice cream that will get you on quite the sugar high. The Japanese food section is also highly popular – you can’t go wrong with fresh sashimi and sushi, can you?
Sun Brunch Buffet $78++ (non alochol)
Best boozy brunches in SingaporeBy Fay Gaffigan | Y! Travel Journal – Fri, Sep 7, 2012
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