Last Updated: April 5, 2021
Easter is just around the corner and as we count down to the end of the Holy Week, it often only means one thing—we are in for a long weekend. Now that we are allowed to dine out in groups of eight, why not make the best of this holiday period to celebrate Good Friday and Easter Sunday with your family and loved ones?
Amidst the exciting egg hunts and an array of fun-filled egg-stravanganza, here are 8 Easter feasts in Singapore where you can enjoy a scrumptious weekend family meal. Now, let’s get hoppin’!
This Easter, celebrate the springtime holiday with Lawry’s The Prime Rib Singapore’s highly anticipated menu selections and fun-packed list of exhilarating activities.
Specially curated for this special occasion on 4 April 2021, is a lavish Easter Day 4-Course Set Menu (S$113 per adult, S$49 per child) filled with delectable Easter-themed dishes starting from a hearty bowl of Roasted Pumpkin Soup, a wholesome slice of Seared Seabass Fillet to a delectable plate of Mediterranean Boneless Chicken Stew.
Since a visit to Lawry’s The Prime Rib Singapore will never be complete without having a taste of the restaurant’s signature Roasted USDA Prime Rib of Beef, don’t forget to feast to your heart’s content when the silver cart makes its way to your direction.
End your meal in the sweetest way ever with a choice of Bunny Cupcake and Häagen-Dazs Ice Cream or a slice of Matcha Opera Cake. There might not be any chocolate Easter eggs on the table, but these toothsome treats surely make for a better alternative to satisfy and sweeten your spirits.
While the adults feast on the festive spread of delicacies, your little ones will be entertained by a series of Easter-themed activities here at Lawry’s. Balloon giveaway, temporary body tattoo, and colouring activities aside, there will also be a Best-dressed Children Contest going on the entire day. Be sure to dress the kids up and get them competition ready for a chance to win a S$200 dining voucher!
Due to safe-distancing measures, early reservations are encouraged to avoid any disappointment. So hurry, make your reservations by calling +65 6836 333 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dream of enjoying your Easter Sunday surrounded by greenery and soft floral scents? Then head to the botanical One-Ninety at Four Seasons Hotel Singapore for their Botanical Easter Sunday Brunch (from S$148 per adult, S$68 per child) on 4 April 2021.
As you busk in the lush atmosphere, savour an indulgent buffet filled with ocean-fresh Maine Lobsters, King Crab, Avruga Caviar and Diamond Clams on ice. Thereafter, a market spread of Mediterranean messes and appetisers such as Salmon Tataki and Poached White Asparagus in Truffle Emulsion awaits you to feast to your heart’s content.
What can you expect from four live stations? A delectable array of meats, of course! Highlights of this Botanical Easter Sunday Brunch include a rack of 72-hour Slow Roasted Milk Fed Lamb with Saffron Rice, Dried Fruit and Nuts as well as Slow Roasted Wagyu Beef Rump.
In addition to the selection of 20 kinds of cheese to end your meal, Executive Pastry Chef Audrey Yee will also be delighting diners with delightful classics like Easter Chocolate Eggs, Hot Cross Buns, Strawberry-lime Cake, and Ricotta Cheese Tart.
Hesitate no more and make your reservations soon before all the seats get taken up!
Spend your long weekend bonding with your family and loved ones over a stellar feast of Easter classics at Grand Hyatt Singapore’s list of restaurants.
Whilst mezza9’s Easter Sunday Brunch (from S$108++ per adult, S$58++ per child) allows you to devour an international spread of Thai, Japanese and western cuisine, Pete’s Place will be offering a special set menu filled with Italian-inspired dishes from 2 to 4 April 2021.
During Pete’s Place’s An Italian Easter Weekend (from S$55++ per adult), expect to tuck into a four-course menu featuring dishes from a plate of Caprese Salad and Prosciutto de Parma to the Abbacchio Alla Romana, a roasted Australian lamb leg paired with a fragrant side of rosemary gnocchi.
Prefer to let your hair down by enjoying your meal by the pool? Why not head to the hotel’s poolside restaurant? Oasis Poolside Sunday Brunch (S$108++ per adult, S$58++ per child) not only serves up sustainable poached Spencer Gulf King Prawns on Ice and a wood-fire BBQ Sharing Platter of meats, but there are also free-flowing beverages including frozen margaritas, cocktails, beers and wines to seal the deal. With good food and unlimited booze, what is there not to like about this Easter brunch?
Conceived as the culinary hub of Andaz Singapore, Alley on 25 is a multi-cuisine, all-day dining venue that aims to recreate the spontaneous experience of Singapore’s street dining in the midst of the sky.
You might not get a buffet of meats and seafood but Alley on 25’s Easter Extravaganza Weekend Brunch (from S$88++ per pax) will delight with their free-flow platters of easter specials and desserts which includes the likes of Deviled Egg, Assortment of Gourmet Sausages, Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting and Easter Chocolates Nest.
As for your mains, each diner will get to choose from six uniquely different options. Be it a plate of Grilled Jerk Chicken with Pineapple Salsa or a stack of Beef Burger with Seared Foie Gras, the choice is yours. Otherwise, feel free to feast on a hearty slice of Grilled Angus Ribeye for just an extra S$10!
Revel in convivial gatherings with friends and family at the Hilton Singapore’s Hilton Easter Sunday Semi-Buffet Champagne Brunch (from S$108 per adult, S$55 per child), a dining opportunity that allows the kids to feast in Easter-inspired goodies and parents to indulge in endless glasses of bubbles.
If your one main course of Chargrilled Beef Tenderloin With Black Truffle Sauce or Pan-seared Barramundi With Salted Egg Sauce is not enough, worry not, as you will also have limitless servings of seafood-on-ice, gourmet appetizers, artisanal cheese and desserts served to your table.
To mark the perfect end to your Easter weekend, just top up S$30 for free flow of prosecco, beer and selected wines or S$50 for additional glasses of Champagne to drink to your heart’s content.
Are you and your family small eaters who find buffets a waste of money? Then head to Porta at Park Hotel Clarke Quay for your Easter brunch.
Instead of endless servings of meats and seafood, Porta serves two celebratory platters brimming with a comprehensive combination of toothsome delights specially curated for two.
Whilst the Family Favourite Platter (S$45++) features household favorites like the Smoked Salmon and Guacamole Croissant, French Toast and Bircher Muesli, the Fantastic Feast Platter (S$45++) is filled with decadent bites such as Eggs Benedict, Pork Bratwurst and Waffles!
Good news is, even if you miss these succulent brunch platters on 4 April 2021, they will also be made available on 9 May 2021 for Mother’s Day. So, don’t miss out on your chance to share this wonderful plate of yummies with your loved ones on both special occasions.
Nestle in a lush urban greenery, Novotel Singapore’s Winestone is here to present you with its very first Easter Sunday A La Carte Brunch (from S$98++ per pax).
As you relish in the restaurant’s warm and cosy modern interior, get ready to feast on endless cold cut platters, fresh seafood and Easter desserts. Since Winestone is famed for its modern European cuisine, don’t forget to indulge in their array of hearty delights for an unforgettable epicurean journey.
Want some booze to complement your brunch? Then add on a two-hour free flow drink package starting from S$128++ for the wine, beer, soft drinks and juices. Otherwise, for a more indulgent treat, get gin & tonic, champagne, prosecco, wine, beer, soft drinks and juices at S$198++.
Easter in Basilico located at Regent Singapore is lined with an array of Italian-inspired classics this spring. Available for brunch and dinner from 2 to 4 April 2021, An Italian Feast This Easter (from S$138++) promises a gastronomic trip to Europe and back.
Think a plate full of antipasti with Vermentino Wine-poached Lobsters and Queen Scallop with Saffron Sauce. Elsewhere, you can also choose to savour pastas such as Gnocchetti Sardi with Lamb Ragout before moving on to seasonal mains such as the Oven Roasted Rabbit Leg drizzled with Chardonnay.
Thereafter, end the memorable feast with a wide selection of sweet treats including Easter Egg Macarons, Traditional Carrot Cake with Almond Marzipan and a tropical tasting Coconut Mango Panna Cotta.
Devour all you can and satisfy that belly of your this Easter weekend at Basilico. Hurry, make your reservations to avoid any disappointment!
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