10 Restaurants Where You Can Celebrate Easter Sunday
Go for the: meaty mains at the carving station
With eight open-concept kitchens, we have to say that this has one of the most impressive spreads in town—so imagine what the culinary team will come up with for occasions like Easter Sunday.
The spotlight’s on the carving station where the slow-cooked Spanish Iberico pork shoulder and beef Wellington are yours for the taking. These will be served alongside local favourites such as Singapore chilli crab and ayam percik in tangy peanut sauce.
While you feast, your children will have an exciting time eating mac and cheese and churros at the kiddie corner, and afterwards, hunting for chocolate eggs at the herb garden.
1919 Waterboat House
Go for the: freeflow sangria and tapas
Sangria and tapas will flow at this restaurant’s Spanish-themed Easter brunch. Don’t be shy, indulge in all-you-can-eat bites that pack a delicious punch, including the crowd-favourite pig croquettes, patatas bravas and homemade meatballs.
When your meaty cravings start to kick in, cure them with the slow-cooked lamb shoulder with padron peppers or crackling pork belly with lentil soup. For the young ones the outdoor patio will be transformed into an arts and crafts table with a colouring in competition.
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Barnacles by the Sea
Go for the: fresh seafood offerings
Its location within Sentosa makes it a good spot to escape the maddening crowd everywhere else. Have a leisurely Easter brunch, complete with a view to boot, starting at the seafood station. Here you’ll find the most amazing and fresh marine creatures, from the big and meaty Alaskan king crab legs, to the Boston lobsters and Fine de Claire oysters. Even better, have these with unlimited pours of Veuve Clicquot champagne, house red and white.
Plus, kids can join in the Easter painting sessions, egg hunts, balloon sculpting and magic show.
Alley on 25
Go for the: Easter highlights
Andaz Singapore’s all-day dining venue is split into seven sections—two bars and five shophouse-inspired open kitchens that focus on one cooking method each. Come Easter Sunday, they will all come together to offer you a massive spread.
There are tons of offerings; in the seafood section alone, you have freshly-shucked oysters, Canadian lobsters and red snapper tartare.
The meat and poultry station steals the spotlight with the prime ribeye, herb-crusted lamb rack and coq au vin. If you want to bring your tots, there are kid-friendly items, too, such as ratatouille, sausages and a chocolate fountain.
Go for the: cheese selection
Be early and you’ll have enough time to try what you fancy at the eight a la minute cooking stations. There’s no shortage of good food—from the roasted suckling pig, US prime ribs to the herb-roasted leg of lamb and Sakura chicken.
But the highlight is, hands down, the cheese room, where you’ll find over 30 types of cheeses. The Swiss raclette is as popular as ever, especially since it’s accompanied with cold cuts from the charcuterie station. The grand finale is at the D9 cakery, showcasing more than 30 types of desserts—including its famous Hilton cheesecake, and a chocolate fountain for the kids.
Go for the: unlimited serving of drinks and French fare
The festivity starts at the Astor Bar where you’ll be served a drink of your choice; go easy on the bubbly for there’s more to come at the restaurant, like Krug and Ruinart champagnes, for example, as well as reds and whites, beers and juices.
These are the perfect complement to the French buffet spread with delicious canapes such as the scallop carpaccio that comes with a piquillo pepper jelly and avruga pearls, and an elevated version of scrambled eggss—with a generous shaving of Norcia black truffles.
Look out for the mouth-watering Australian lamb chop, oven-roasted Australian lamb leg and Chilean seabass meuniere.
The Marmalade Pantry
Go for the: Easter-themed desserts
The culinary team presents a strong a la carte brunch filled with their greatest hits, and we're talking about the spicy pasta studded with crab meat, mushroom risotto infused with truffle mushrooms, and, of course, the delectably addictive French toast.
There’s also an eye-catching Easter-themed dessert table where you can get macarons shaped like bunnies, carrot-shaped cupcakes and chocolate fondue.
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Go for the: Easter chocolate bar
The theme for the Easter Sunday vintage brunch is “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”, and five diners who find the golden ticket within the Easter chocolate bar will win exciting prizes, including an overnight staycation and complimentary massage.
Before you start the hunt, why not treat yourself first to the gourmet delights at the open kitchen? The golden braid eggs come with a dollop of avruga caviar, while the shaved parma ham is served with fresh vegetables.
Dig in to the Easter pie with black forest ham and ricotta filling, or the baby lamb rubbed with Mediterranean herbs and grilled. Everything is more indulgent with unlimited pours of Dom Perignon or Moet and Chandon champagne. And when you stay until the end, you may just catch Willy Wonka in the flesh.
Go for the: Boozy drinks
How about an adults only Easter brunch? Throughout three hours, you’ll get your fill of potent cocktails as well as boozy milkshakes—freeflow. Just head to the milkshake station where you’ll find chocolate, banana and strawberry flavours mixed with dark rum or maple-finished bourbons. There’s a ton of candies and fruits to serve as your finishing touches, too.
Don’t forget the food where highlights include the roasted pecan-crusted rack of lamb served with blue cheese, and the maple-glazed ham with cloves.
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Go for the: crepe suzette prepared a la minute
Before starting on the sweets, enjoy the lavish seafood spread, as well as impressive live station. Here you’ll find the delectably soft sous vide egg with lobster and truffle sauce, and pan-fried foie gras with apple and passion fruit chutney.
Cheese lovers, take advantage of what’s on offer, too—raclette cheese melted in front of you and served with all the trimmings, as well as carbonara pasta finished in a parmesan cheese wheel. Best eaten with Mumm Cordon Rouge NV champagne, which you can have by the bottle when you top up.
To end on a sweet note, head to the dessert station filled with assorted cupcakes. Or, just wait for the service ambassadors, who will stop by each table to prepare the crepe suzette a la minute.
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