Easter might hit a little differently in 2022 due to COVID-19 and the constantly changing safe distancing measures, but it’s still worth getting egg-cited over because of the yummy egg-themed boozy brunches, confectionery and family-friendly events that are springing up all over our sunny island.
It’s time to take a trip down the rabbit hole, because here are 11 Easter feasts in Singapore for an egg-citing family meal.
1. Lawry’s The Prime Rib Singapore
Easter at Lawry’s The Prime Rib Singapore is a vibrant affair and celebrated in true American style from its opulent and luxurious 170-seater restaurant, which overlooks Orchard Road through its 4-metre high floor-to-ceiling windows.
Celebrate the arrival of springtime with its 5-Course Easter Set Menu (S$119 per adult, S$49 per child for kid’s meal), a mouth-watering feast which starts off with Lawry’s signature Famous Original Spinning Bowl Salad— a blend of crisp romaine and iceberg lettuce, shredded beets, baby spinach, chopped eggs and croutons, and tossed in Lawry’s vintage dressing in a salad bowl and spun on ice.
A trip to Lawry’s isn’t complete without a visit from its famous silver carts, where servers carve out a 150g slab of Signature Roasted USDA Prime Rib of Beef, which is accompanied by mashed potatoes, Yorkshire pudding, whipped cream horseradish and your choice of creamed corn, creamed spinach or buttered peas.
For dessert, pick between the Happy Baby Chick & Nest Cupcake or the quintessential Happy Bunny’s Carrot Cake, featuring tangy cream cheese buttercream between spiced layers of moist cake.
This year, Lawry’s brings back its annual Best Dressed Children Contest, so be sure to have your kids come decked out in their Sunday best! Prizes up for grabs include dining vouchers worth up to S$200 and a Bruno Wireless Speaker Rib Pot worth S$68.
Other fun children activities include complimentary candy bags, kid’s colouring and activity sheets, temporary body tattoos and free balloons. Also, children will receive a limited-edition kid’s mask with every kid’s menu ordered, while adults will get a S$50 dining voucher (valid for use on the next visit) with every bill.
Do note that Lawry’s Easter menu is only available for lunch and dinner on 17 April 2022, so be sure to make your reservations early by calling +65 6836 3333 or emailing [email protected].
2. The Fullerton Hotel Singapore
The Fullerton Hotel Singapore is going all out for Easter this year.
A lavish Easter brunch will be served at Town Restaurant on 17 April 2022 (12pm to 3.30pm), where diners can dive into pepper-crusted duck breast, Cajun-spiced blackened snapper and an Easter egg special comprising a sous vide egg, pulled pork, avocado and crispy hash. Prices for the Easter buffet start from S$142 per adult, and go up to S$192 if you’d like to jazz up the Sunday afternoon by going for the free-flow house wine and champagne.
Be sure to snag The Fullerton Hotel Singapore’s exclusive artisanal Easter-themed pastries and treats, which include the eye-catching Easter Flowerpot (S$16) and Pina Colada Easter Egg (S$16). For the little ones and young and heart, go for its DIY Easter Cookie Kit (S$48), where you can try your hand at frosting and decorating cute bunny-shaped cookies.
Do note that the Easter-themed pastries need to be pre-ordered at least two days in advance. They are available for delivery or self-collection from The Fullerton Cake Boutique, which is located at the lobby of The Fullerton Hotel Singapore.
3. LAVO Italian Restaurant & Rooftop Bar
For Easter, LAVO Italian Restaurant & Rooftop Bar is jazzing up its well-loved Sunday Champagne Brunch (from S$118++ per pax) to feature egg-inspired offerings.
For one day only (17 April 2022, 12pm to 3pm), LAVO’s Easter brunch menu will include a hearty spread of curated dishes such as Tonnato Devilled Eggs, Traditional Linguine Cacio e Pepe and a flavourful New Zealand rack of lamb with rosemary salsa verde.
On top of Easter-themed desserts, LAVO will also be bringing back its special LAVO Bloody Mary to celebrate this egg-citing day.
4. Pan Pacific Singapore
Edge at Pan Pacific Singapore has always been one of my favourite places to celebrate a special occasion. The massive 270-seater space is filled with lush navy blue seats and dark wood accents, making it a lush and cosy place to dive into live buffet spreads.
Eat your fill with Edge’s Easter Sunday Brunch (from S$128 per adult, $S$64 per child), which features gastronomical delights such as Slow-Roasted Prime of Beef and Grilled Grouper with Champagne Beurre Blanc. Plus, say cheers to a boozy Sunday by topping up S$48 for unlimited alcoholic beverages or S$90 for unlimited champagne, cocktails, draft beer, red or white wine. The little ones will have an afternoon of interactive fun with balloon sculpting and hybrid egg painting activities.
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While Edge’s Easter Sunday Brunch is only available on 17 April 2022 from 12pm to 3.30pm, be sure to drop by its Pacific Marketplace to check out its takeaway offerings, such as its Easter Roast and Ham Bundle, which are available for order on Oddle from 1 to 17 April 2022.
5. W Singapore – Sentosa Cove
Adorably themed the Great Eggscape (because travelling to Sentosa Cove is a mini adventure in itself, right?), W Singapore – Sentosa Cove’s Easter celebrations feature a bountiful Easter Brunch buffet on 17 April 2022, which is available for two seatings: 12.30pm to 3pm and 1.30pm to 4pm.
Priced at S$148++ per pax if you’re opting only for food, or S$208++ per pax if you’re adding on the bottomless bubbly, highlights of the egg-themed buffet line include Trio Egg Fried Rice, Anda (Egg) Biryani and Salted Egg Yolk Tiger Prawns. Dive into a sea of flavour with the fresh crustaceans on the buffet line, such as Japanese Snow Crab Leg, Freshly-shucked Oysters and Poached Lobster, and end off the meal with a slice of Zesty Easter Carrot Cake.
Each table will also receive a raffle ticket for a chance to win a one-night stay at W Singapore – Sentosa Cove’s Marvellous Suite, a weekend dinner buffet for two, or a three-course menu at SKIRT.
6. Yardbird Southern Table & Bar
Be prepared to whip out your cameras for Yardbird Southern Table & Bar’s famous fun-loving Doughnut Tree (S$16++), a delectable treat featuring six pieces of freshly baked doughnuts.
For Easter weekend (16 to 17 April 2022, from 10am to 4pm), the iconic doughnut tree will undergo a revamp, featuring three brand new flavours in symbolic colours of Easter: Buttercream with Rice Krispies, Raspberry glaze with freeze-dried raspberry crisps, and Lychee Vanilla Cream Cheese.
To sweeten the deal, accompany this sweet indulgence with two hours of free-flow Jean-Luc Colombo Cape Blue Rosé (S$80++ per pax), which is an invigorating and light fruity rosé wine with a crisp citrus finish.
2 Bayfront Avenue, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, #B1-07, Singapore 018972
+65 6688 9959
Mon to Thu: 11.30am – 10pm
Fri: 11.30am – 11pm
Sat: 10am – 11pm
Sun: 10am – 10pm
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7. The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore
If you thought one Easter brunch would be enough, try three! The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore is pulling out all the stops with its trifecta of brunches for families and friends.
Dig into Easter-inspired Asian fare at the hotel’s signature restaurant, 15 Stamford by Alvin Leung. Its Punch & Brunch (from S$168++ per adult, S$148++ per child) will feature classic seafood delights on ice, premium meat and seafood platters, as well as ever-flowing canapes. Top up S$48++ for free-flow rum punch, sparkling wine and house wine for a truly boozy Easter afternoon. Easter activities include bingo, egg lottery and egg tapping.
The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore’s remaining two Easter brunches are the Boozy Liquid Easter Brunch at The Bar @ 15 Stamford, where you’ll be able to properly celebrate Easter in high spirits (literally) from S$168++ per pax, and the Frieda X La Scala Easter Sunday Brunch at Arcade @ The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore, a 10-course affair featuring dishes from both La Scala Ristorante and Frieda German Restaurant.
Both Punch & Brunch and Frieda X La Scala Easter Sunday Brunch will be available on 17 April 2022, from 12pm to 3pm, while Boozy Liquid Easter Brunch is available on 16 April 2022, from 12pm to 3pm.
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Trust me when I say that you need to visit Binary at least once in your life. Its Signature Kubaneh Bread, a Jewish Yemeni pull-apart bread, is fantastic when served with garlic and kombu butter. That’s why I was so excited to learn that Binary’s four-course Easter Brunch (S$48++ per pax) starts out with this exact fluffy, warm bread as an appetiser.
While the four courses boast a selection of eggs, roasts, side dishes and desserts, here’s the catch: the more people you bring, the more items you’re able to select. If you’re dining in a pair, you’ll only be able to select one item from each course. However, if you’re dining in a group of five, you’ll get to select three whopping items from each course, making it a grand total of 12 items.
Talk about making the most out of your buck!
Do note that Binary’s Easter Sunday Brunch is only available on 17 April 2022 for two seatings: 11.30am to 1.30pm and 1.30pm to 3.30pm.
390 Orchard Road, Palais Renaissance, #01-01A, Singapore 238871
+65 9363 0101
Daily: 11.30am – 10.30pm
9. Zafferano Italian Restaurant & Lounge
While most Easter brunches fall on Easter Sunday itself, Zafferano Italian Restaurant & Lounge’s Easter brunch is happening on Easter eve instead, making it a great option for families who are looking to celebrate Easter a little earlier.
From S$118++ per person, you can look forward to unlimited pours of champagne and sparkling wine, sharing portions of appetisers and primi, and individually-plated main courses and desserts. From Hand-crafted short ribs ravioli to Angus Beef striploin and even Roasted Mediterranean sea bass, Zafferano’s lavish Easter feast is the epitome of a traditional Italian festive table.
Zafferano’s Easter brunch is available on 16 April 2022, from 12pm to 3pm.
10. Andaz Singapore
Nestled in the heart of Singapore’s bustling Bugis district is Andaz Singapore, a boutique-inspired luxury hotel located on the 25th to 39th floor of a high-rise building.
Its all-day dining venue, Alley on 25, is all geared up for Easter this year, with a two-day Easter Brunch (S$98 per pax) which gives you unlimited servings of its a la carte breakfast items, such as Specialty Cage-free Eggs Platter and a Carving Board with roasted lam, assorted sausages and honey baked ham. You’ll also be able to enjoy one main dish, so pick from choices such as Shepherd’s Pie, Steak and Eggs (additional S$15) and Oven-Roasted Spring Chicken.
For those with a sweet tooth, you’ll be pleased to know that the Easter Brunch also includes unlimited desserts and non-alcoholic beverages, so you can indulge in as many Mochi Waffles, Easter Confetti Eclairs and Chocolate Easter Egg Sundaes as you want.
Andaz Singapore’s Easter Brunch is available on 16 to 17 April 2022, from 12pm to 2.30pm.
11. Grand Hyatt Singapore
Grand Hyatt Singapore‘s Easter Champagne Brunch is happening exclusively on 17 April 2022 and features a glorious buffet spread of gourmet meats, sustainable seafood, captivating desserts, as well as an optional free-flow champagne.
For S$128 per adult and S$64 per child, dive right into an exceptional buffet by starting with the Australian Yarra Valley Salmon Trout Caviar, which is paired with lemon blinis, as well as freshly shucked Rock Oysters and Lobster. A visit to the grill kitchen will leave you spoiled for choice, with options such as the Slow-roasted Australian Grass-fed Prime Rib and Roasted Stuffed Lamb Leg.
Sushi fans will be pleased to know that the extensive spread continues at Grand Hyatt Singapore’s Japanese counter, which will serve up fresh Sashimi and Nigiri, with sustainable creations such as Bakkafrost Salmon from the Faroe Islands, and Yellowtail Kingfish from New Zealand.
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