For me, Sundays are perfect for a champagne brunch where you can have long leisurely conversations with friends over bubbly pours. And it just doesn’t make economic sense to buy an expensive bottle of champagne when you could get it served free-flow.
In this article, I attempt to eat my way through all the awesome free-flow champagne brunches in Singapore, and present to you my list for the best champagne brunch buffets. Some spots might not strictly be serving only French champagne, but I’ll include sparkling wines like proseccos too.
I evaluate not just the spread and price, but also the atmosphere of said restaurants, all situated in various well-known hotels in Singapore.
Here is my rundown of the 15 best champagne brunches in Singapore (as well as other sparkling wines).
1. Triple Three (Mandarin Orchard Singapore)
Triple Three at Mandarin Orchard Singapore boasts an extensive range of buffet items, especially focusing on the Japanese variety, setting it apart from the other usual hotel buffets.
The restaurant interior features black velvet and a simplicity that still manages to exude sophistication. For the Sunday Family Lunch that runs from 12pm – 3pm, they’re serving up endless glasses of Chandon Brut.
Enjoy items from the various live-cooking stations like teppanyaki and freshly cooked pasta, along with a good seafood spread.
Triple Three’s buffet also has a Daily Delight theme featuring something unique every day, like the Foie Gras Frenzy, Wagyu Night and Weekend Lobster Treat. It’s a near mind-boggling variety of items that you won’t want to miss, though only the Sunday Family Lunch offers free-flow champagne.
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Expected Damage: S$118++ per adult, S$48++ per child (6 – 12 years old) | Top-up S$45++ for two hours of free-flow Chandon Brut sparkling wine.
Triple Three: 333 Orchard Road, Mandarin Orchard Hotel, Level 5, Singapore 238867 | Tel: +65 6737 4411 | Opening Hours: 6.30am – 10am (Breakfast, Daily), 12pm – 2.30pm (Lunch, Mon to Sat), 12pm – 3pm (Lunch, Sun), 6.30pm – 10pm (Dinner, Daily) | Facebook | Website
2. Ash & Elm (InterContinental Singapore)
Ash & Elm‘s Seafood Sunday Champagne Brunch—from 12.30pm – 3pm on Sundays—is all about quality over quantity, focusing on European dining. Even though the buffet selection could use more variety—it even misses out on a sashimi selection—but I was still wow-ed.
Available from 12pm – 3pm every Sunday, the S$148++ price tag is well-deserved.
You can look forward to copious amounts of caviar including sturgeon, trout, and salmon roe, all presented on a caviar counter with condiments to make blinis with.
Despite not having a wide buffet spread, Ash & Elm made up for it with quality a la minute dishes which you won’t get at a regular buffet with food sitting out in the open.
Freshly-prepared sampler dishes of the main menu are also available, for you to experience Chef Adrian Chan’s magical culinary prowess.
The champagne of choice at Ash and Elm’s Sunday brunch is the Taittinger Brut. Along with a live acoustic set and a DIY Bloody Mary station, Ash & Elm proves to be a Sunday brunch that’s worth your time and money.
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Expected Damage: S$148++ (inclusive of free-flow Taittinger Brut, house wines, Bloody Mary cocktails, juices, soft drinks, coffee & tea)
Ash & Elm: 80 Middle Road, InterContinental Singapore, Level 1, Singapore 188966 | Tel: +65 6338 7600 | Opening Hours: 6am – 10.30am (Breakfast, Daily), 12pm – 3pm (Lunch, Mon to Sat), 12.30pm – 3pm (Sunday Champagne Brunch), 6pm – 10.30pm (Dinner, Daily) | Website
3. Edge (Pan Pacific Singapore)
The Edge at Pan Pacific Singapore offers a theatrical and interactive dining experience that provides a culinary tour through Singapore, Asia and the Pacific region. The restaurant interior is chic and modern with ample seating.
Do note that only the Sunday Champagne Brunch, which runs from 12pm – 3.30pm on Sundays, offers free-flow of Veuve Cliquot Brut Yellow Label.
Seven open kitchens provide a feast for guests, as chefs concoct a range of delectable Asian and Pacific cuisine with a cross of cuisines from all over the region.
Special themed nights like a Meat Buffet on Tuesday nights and Seafood Night on Wednesdays and Thursdays add some additional spice. The fresh seafood spread is impressive especially during their Seafood Night, and it’s something to consider when choosing a date to dine.
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Expected Damage: S$128++ per adult (with free-flow orange juice, ice lemon tea, coffee and tea), S$64++ per child | Top-up S$60++ for free-flow champagne (Veuve Cliquot Brut), gin, cocktails, red & white wines
Edge @ Pan Pacific: 7 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square, Pan Pacific Hotel Level 3, Singapore 039595 | Tel: +65 6826 8240 | Opening Hours: 6am – 10.30am (Breakfast, Daily), 12pm – 2.30pm (Lunch, Mon to Sat), 12pm – 3.30pm (Sunday Champagne Brunch), 6.30pm – 10.30pm (Dinner, Daily) | Website
4. mezza9 (Grand Hyatt)
mezza9 at Grand Hyatt is another Sunday buffet with a very impressive spread of items, separated into nine different sections in this 400-seater restaurant. One of the sleekest and trendiest hotel buffets I’ve been to, it’s the vogue of classy buffets.
Designed by internationally acclaimed Japanese designer Super Potato, the interior utilises a lot of glossy, polished wood in various fixtures.
From 12pm – 3pm on Sundays, you can look forward to a selection of live cooking stations with fresh sustainable seafood, roast meats, Japanese sashimi and an Asian kitchen. mezza9 will definitely please every diner with its high-quality offering.
Other than champagne (the choice of bubbly here is Perrier Jouët Grand Brut), you’ll find alcohol pairings at each area. White wine can be found by the seafood, while red wine is found by the roast meats, and sake is found by the Japanese section. Otherwise, you can just order from the servers too.
There’s a huge amount of alcohol selection—including premium gins—to make mezza9 a truly boozy adult affair and one of my top favourites for Sunday brunch.
Expected Damage: S$118++ per adult (includes selected juices, soft drinks, coffee, and tea), S$59++ per child (five to 12 years old) | Top-up S$40++ for free-flow Perrier-Jouet Grand Brut Champagne, certified sustainable red & white wines, hand-crafted gin & tonics, selection of martinis and Tiger beer | Top-up S$60++ for free-flow Perrier-Jouet Blason Rose Champagne, certified sustainable red & white wines, hand-crafted gin & tonics, selection of martinis and Tiger beer
mezza9: 10 Scotts Road, Grand Hyatt Singapore, Mezzanine Level, Singapore 228211 | Tel: + 65 6732 1234 | Opening Hours: 12pm – 3pm (Lunch, Mon to Sat), 6pm – 10.30pm (Dinner, Sun to Thu), 6pm – 11pm (Dinner, Fri & Sat), 12pm – 3pm (Sunday Brunch) | Website
5. Melt Cafe (Mandarin Oriental)
Featuring an impressive multi-cultural culinary feast with an open kitchen concept, Melt Cafe in Mandarin Oriental is enjoyed by both locals and tourists alike. The interior of the restaurant is designed using natural, textured materials including stone, wood, leather and glass, giving off a very natural cosmopolitan feel.
Enjoy the buffet spread with free-flow “R” de Ruinart Champagne, from 12pm – 3pm on Sundays.
The most impressive aspect of Melt Cafe is their Northern Indian cuisine section. Featuring a wide selection of mouthwatering homemade curries, these are available on a rotational basis, with selections such as butter chicken or fish-head. All the curries and spices are made in-house by Chef Santosh and his crew.
Most Indian dishes at other buffet restaurants are pretty sub-par, but Melt Cafe’s chef puts in a lot more effort to creating decent Indian food, even for a buffet.
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Expected Damage: S$118++ per pax (with free-flow chilled juices), S$178++ per pax (with free-flow “R” de Ruinart Champagne, red & white wine, beer, selected cocktails of the day, soft drinks & chilled juices), S$218++ (with free-flow Ruinart Blanc de Blanc Champagne, red wine, white wine, beer, selected cocktails of the day, soft drinks & chilled juices)
Melt Cafe: 5 Raffles Avenue, Marina Square, Mandarin Oriental Singapore, Singapore 039797 | Tel: +65 6885 3500 | Opening Hours: 6.30am – 10.30am (Breakfast, Daily), 12pm – 2.30pm (Lunch, Mon to Sat), 6.30pm – 9.30pm (Dinner, Daily), 12pm – 3pm (Brunch, Sun) | Website
6. Basilico Italian Restaurant (Regent Singapore)
Basilico Italian Restaurant at Regent Singapore has long been regarded as a top-notch Italian restaurant, and what adds to their recognition is the constant evolution of their menu. The Italian lunch buffet is a great hit and you typically see the restaurant packed to the brim, even during the lunch period on weekdays.
What’s special is that Basilico actually offers champagne brunch on both Saturdays and Sundays, from 12pm – 3pm.
An Italian hotel buffet is less common in Singapore, and Basilico offers great value in their authentic rendition, with classic Italian antipasti, cheeses and mains.
The Saturday brunch has a smaller selection, while the Sunday brunch really goes all out. Look forward to cheeses including Buffalo Mozzarella, Smoked Burrata and more, and mains like Roasted Wagyu Beef Rump, Pan-Seared Foie Gras, Truffle Risotto and many more.
You’ll get to sample the wide range of Italian pasta, cheeses, pizzas and more, all while sipping on free-flow Champagne Duval-LeRoy.
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Expected Damage: Saturday Brunch – S$83 per adult & S$41.50 per child (with free-flow Nordaq water, soft drinks & fresh juices), S$127 per adult (with free-flow Prosecco, wines & beers), S$153 per adult (with free-flow Champagne Duval-LeRoy, Fleur de Champagne 1er Cru, wines & beers), S$183 per adult (with free-flow Champagne Duval-LeRoy Blanc de Blancs Grand Cru 2006 & Rosé Prestige Premier Cru NV, Amarone della Valpolicella Montresor, Barolo Fenocchio, & other premium white wines)
Sunday Brunch – S$112 per adult & S$56 per child (with free-flow Nordaq water, soft drinks & fresh juices), S$156 per adult (with free-flow Prosecco, wines & beers), S$182 per adult (with free-flow Champagne Duval-LeRoy, Fleur de Champagne 1er Cru, wines & beers), S$212 per adult (with free-flow Champagne Duval-LeRoy Blanc de Blancs Grand Cru 2006 & Rosé Prestige Premier Cru NV, Amarone della Valpolicella Montresor, Barolo Fenocchio, & other premium white wines)
Basilico Italian Restaurant: 1 Cuscaden Road, Regent Hotel Level 2, Singapore 249715 | Tel: +65 6733 8888 | Buffet Timings: 6.30am – 10.30am (Breakfast, Mon- Sat), 7am – 10.30am (Breakfast, Sun), 12noon – 2.30pm (Lunch, Mon – Fri), 6.30pm – 10pm (Dinner, Daily), 12noon – 2.30pm (Sat, Brunch), 12noon – 3pm (Sun, Brunch) | Website
7. Brasserie Les Saveurs (The St. Regis)
Exuding luxury and refinement, Brasserie Les Saveurs at The St. Regis provides an exclusive experience of timeless elegance and discerning taste. There is no better place to dine like royalty, than in this restaurant with beautifully-constructed high ceilings and crystal chandeliers.
Make time in your calendar for the super luxurious The St. Regis Champagne Brunch, available only on Sundays from 12pm – 3pm. After all, it comes with free-flow champagne, and you can choose from Krug Grand Cuvée NV, Ruinart Rosé or ‘R’ de Ruinart Brut NV.
Psst, drop by Astor Bar before the main event from 11am – 12pm for a complimentary hour of apéritifs to kick-start your appetite.
Dazzle your senses with the tantalising spread of epicurean delights, from Pan-Seared Foie Gras to Grilled Half Maine Lobster with Garlic Butter Sauce, to Herb-Crusted Lamb Rack and more. Do save some stomach space for the specially-crafted canapés featuring restaurant signature dishes are passed around, so you’ll get a chance to try a bit of everything.
Out of all the seafood buffets I’ve had, Brasserie Les Saveurs is the only place I’ve seen with huge, fresh Sri Lankan crabs, and that was a major plus for me as a crab and seafood lover. A live foie gras station is another plus for French cuisine aficionados.
Expected Damage: S$148++ per adult (with free-flow freshly-brewed coffee & tea), S$75++ per child (4 to 12 years old) | S$180++ per adult (with free-flow wines, Tiger beer, soft drinks, juices & freshly-brewed coffee & tea) | S$198++ per adult (with free-flow ‘R’ de Ruinart Brut NV, wines, Tiger beer, soft drinks, juices & freshly-brewed coffee & tea) | S$235++ per adult (with free-flow Ruinart Rosé, wines, Tiger beer, soft drinks, juices & freshly-brewed coffee & tea) | S$528++ per adult (with free-flow Krug Grand Cuvée NV, wines, Tiger beer, soft drinks, juices & freshly-brewed coffee & tea)
Brasserie Les Saveurs: 29 Tanglin Road, The St. Regis, Lobby Level, Singapore 247911 | Tel: +65 6506 6860 | Opening Hours: 6.30am – 10.30am (Breakfast, Daily), 12pm – 2pm (Lunch, Mon to Sat), 7pm – 10.30pm (Dinner, Daily), 12pm – 3pm (Brunch, Sun), 3pm – 5pm (Afternoon Tea, Mon to Sat), 4pm – 6pm (Afternoon Tea, Sun) | Website
8. Lime (PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering)
Surrounded by lush greenery, PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering’s hotel-in-a-garden concept is looking to turn some heads.
Lime, the hotel’s signature open-kitchen all-day dining restaurant serves up an extensive spread of Asian flavours and contemporary international favourites. For the Super Sunday Lunch—available from 12.30pm – 3.30pm on Sundays—you can enjoy all these dishes while sipping on unlimited glasses of Piper Heidsieck Brut.
Three open kitchens set the buffet stage for a fascinating display of skill, with a mix of international and Southeast Asian dishes that chefs prepare with care. The Penang and Peranakan dishes are the highlights of this buffet—you don’t want to miss them!
The Durian Pengat is a must-try dessert for durian lovers too. Otherwise, make a beeline for the Matcha Chocolate Fondue Fountain or the luscious Creme Brulee.
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Expected Damage: S$88 per adult (with free-flow chilled juices, soft drinks, speciality coffee & tea), S$136 per adult (with free-flow house wines, beers, chilled juices, soft drinks, speciality coffee & tea), S$146 per adult (with free-flow Prosecco, house wines, beers, chilled juices, soft drinks, speciality coffee & tea) | S$44 per child (six – 12 years old) (with free-flow chilled juices & soft drinks)
Lime Restaurant: 3 Upper Pickering Street, PARKROYAL COLLECTION Pickering, Singapore 058289 | Tel: +65 6809 8899 | Opening Hours: 6.30am – 10.30am (Breakfast, Mon to Fri), 6.30am – 11am (Breakfast, Sat & Sun), 12pm – 2.30pm (Lunch, Mon to Sat), 12.30pm – 3.30pm (Super Lunch Sunday), 6.30pm – 10.30pm (Dinner, Daily), 12pm – 11pm (Lime Bar, Daily) | Website
9. The Kitchen Table (W Hotel Singapore)
The Kitchen Table at W Hotel Singapore is where you can experience a slightly whimsical buffet experience. Drop by for the Sunday Remix Brunch—12.30pm – 3pm every Sunday, with free-flow Moët & Chandon—and you’ll get access to the WET® pool too.
With six live cooking stations, chefs work their magic on dishing up a la minute platters—you can taste the freshness from the raw bar’s shellfish selection. Browse and try the selection of freshly steamed dim sum, crisp salads, succulent seafood, crackling wood-fired pizzas and aromatic tandoori too.
The tandoori and naans are quite impressive at The Kitchen Table, so do give them a try. Themed stations like the Seafood Fridge, Carving & Grill, and Ready To Wok & Roll bring diners elevated versions of their favourite dishes from around the world.
The Kitchen Table may not have the most extensive buffet spread, but its emphasis on freshness and quality certainly makes it a worthwhile visit.
Expected Damage: S$138++ per adult (with free-flow of fizz, coffee & tea), S$158++ per adult (with free-flow of house red & white wines, beers & cocktails), S$178++ per adult (with free-flow of Moët & Chandon, house red & white wines, beers & cocktails) | S$69++ per child (4 to 12 years old) | Children under the age of 4 dine for free.
The Kitchen Table: 21 Ocean Way, W Hotel, Singapore 098374 | Tel: +65 6808 7268 | Opening Hours: 6.30am – 10.30pm (Daily) | Website
10. Oscar’s (Conrad Centennial Singapore)
Oscar’s at Conrad Centennial Singapore isn’t known for having a huge spread, but what they do, they do it well.
The interior of Oscar’s is spacious and bright with both indoor and al fresco seating for just over 200. Inside, there’s a smart-casual, modern vibe—reminiscent of common hotel decor—while the sidewalk terrace has a much more laid-back feel.
Pop by for the International Sunday Brunch—12.30pm – 3.30pm on Sundays—at Oscar’s, and indulge in fresh seafood and foie gras. Of course, there’ll be free-flow Henriot Brut NV champagne for a truly boozy brunch.
Buffet highlights include silky, creamy, all-you-can-eat foie gras, huge Alaskan king crab legs, grilled lobsters and more. And if you love slurping up fresh oysters, here at Oscar’s you can enjoy a selection of oysters from Australia, Canada, France, Ireland and Scotland.
Hopping on the current trend of mala dishes, Oscar’s has also introduced a mala stir-fry live station. Choose from a range of fresh ingredients, and watch as the chefs cook up a (spicy) storm. Signature egg dishes and sliders of the day are cooked a la minute at the live stations too.
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Expected Damage: S$98.00++ per pax (with free-flow ice tea, coffee & tea), S$128.00++ per pax (with free-flow Rose sparkling wine, wines, cocktails & craft beers), S$158.00++ per pax (with free-flow Champagne, premium wines, cocktails & craft beers)
Oscar’s: 2 Temasek Boulevard, Lobby Level, Conrad Centennial Singapore, Singapore 038982 | Tel: +65 6432 7481 | Opening Hours: 6am – 10.30am (Breakfast, Daily), 12pm – 2.30pm (Lunch, Daily), 6pm – 10pm (Dinner, Daily), 12.30pm – 3.30pm (Sunday Brunch), 10pm – 6am (Supper, Daily) | Website
11. Manhattan Bar (Regent Singapore)
A grand hotel bar inspired by the 19th century’s Golden Age of cocktails and fine drinking, Manhattan Bar at Regent Hotel is like a theatre with an open bar as its stage where diners can watch bartenders do their magic.
The atmosphere makes one feel like he has been transported back to the 1920s, reminiscent of old New York with a glamorous yet modern touch.
Their adults-only Cocktail Brunch, running on Sundays from 12pm – 3pm, is truly one of a kind in Singapore. Not only do you get access to the various buffet tables with seafood, personalised bagels and dessert, you also get to order unlimited portions of small plate main courses like the Silver Dollar Pancakes and Bacon & Egg.
Best of all, the selection of free-flow craft cocktails pack quite a quality punch, enough to get you happy and high. You have to try my personal favourite whisky-based cocktail: Eighth Ward.
There’s also a Boozy Milkshake Station for grown-up versions of shakes, and you can customise it to suit your palate.
You can add on S$45 for free-flow champagne—they serve up Billecart-Salmon Brut Reserve—as well, but the cocktails are what sets Manhattan apart from other champagne brunches. Highly recommended!
Expected Damage: S$150++ (with free-flow craft cocktails, beers & wines), S$195++ (with free-flow Billecart-Salmon Brut Reserve, craft cocktails, beers & wines)
Manhattan Bar: 1 Cuscaden Road, Regent Singapore, Level 2, Singapore 249715 | Tel: +65 6725 3377 | Opening Hours: 5pm – 1am (Sun to Thu), 5pm – 2am (Fri & Sat), 12pm – 3pm (Sunday Cocktail Brunch), 5pm – 7pm (Violet Hours, Mon to Fri) | Website
12. Alley On 25 (Andaz Singapore)
Get ready to put on your most stretchy buffet pants because Andaz Singapore has introduced a S$50++ Lazy Breakfast Semi-Buffet on weekends and public holidays, from 11.30am to 2.30pm.
Apart from being spoilt for choice with their staple breakfast buffet line-up of waffles, assorted cheeses, fresh juices, egg station (cooked-to-order!) and Asian delights, diners can also choose one main from their special menu.
You can pick from classic Eggs Benedict, hearty Smoked Salmon Bagel, a decadent Breakfast Burger or even a spoil-yourself Steak And Egg (requires a top-up of S$10).
Luxuriate in the chill weekend vibes by opting for free-flow booze (additional S$45) that includes Prosecco, wines, and beer.
With one of the best hotel buffet deals in town, you’ll be kind on your wallet while satisfying your hunger at the same time.
Expected Damage: S$50 (12pm – 2.30pm on the weekend & public holidays). Includes free-flowing Alley on 25’s breakfast spread plus one à la carte dish. Additional S$45 for free-flow prosecco, wines and beers. Buffet is half price for kids from 6 – 12 years old, and free for kids under 6 years old.
Alley On 25: 5 Fraser Street, Andaz Singapore, Level 5, Singapore 189354 | Tel: +65 6408 1288 | Opening Hours: 6.30am – 10.30am (Breakfast, Daily), 12pm – 2.30pm (Lunch, Daily), 2.30pm – 6pm (All-Day Dining, Daily), 6pm – 10pm (Dinner, Daily) | Website
13. Beach Road Kitchen (JW Marriott Singapore South Beach)
At a luxury hotel like JW Marriott Singapore South Beach, you’d expect only the best—and Beach Road Kitchen certainly delivers.
Head over to the 247-seater all-day restaurant for its Champagne Brunch buffet, which runs every Sunday from 12pm – 3pm. Free-flow champagne and wine aside, there’s lots to look forward to on the menu.
Whet your appetite with fine European cheeses and assorted charcuterie cuts, then move on to the towering Seafood Island. Take your pick of the freshest ocean catches like freshly-shucked oysters, poached lobsters, snow crabs, Alaskan king crabs, brow crabs and more—perfect for seafood lovers.
Carnivores will make a beeline for the premium roasts like Roasted Tomahawk and Roasted Whole Lamb, and there’s also baked seafood like Lobster Thermidor and Baked Oysters.
There’s something for everyone here, so feel free to indulge in this bubbly brunch.
Expected Damage: S$168++ per adult (with free-flow champagne and wines)
Beach Road Kitchen: 30 Beach Road, Level 1, JW Marriott Singapore South Beach, Singapore 189763 | Tel: +65 6818 1913 | Opening Hours: 12pm – 2.30pm (Lunch, Mon to Sat), 12pm – 3pm (Champagne Brunch), 6pm – 10pm (Dinner, Daily) | Website
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If you don’t drink much, don’t spend money on a champagne brunch. The premium price is only really worth it if you can finish at least half a bottle of champagne each.