It’s the weekend and you just want to get away from work, assignments and crazy bosses chasing you for documents. If you need an outlet to relax and chill for a couple hours, prosecco brunches are for you.
What’s the difference between champagne and prosecco? While the former is made with grapes from the Champagne region in France, the latter is, simply put, an Italian sparkling wine.
Sweet, light and bubbly, what better way to enjoy it than with a hearty brunch to fill yourself up and be re-energised for the week to come?
Here are 7 prosecco brunches that you can ganbei at while having equally good food to match!
Brunch isn’t just limited to your typical Western fare. At Kinki, enjoy the Bottomless Brunch (S$68++ per pax) on Saturdays, Sundays, and selected Public Holidays. Featuring its extensive a la carte buffet menu as well as free flow prosecco, shochu and sake at a $38++ top-up.
If that isn’t enough, Kinki boasts a spectacular view of Marina Bay Sands– the perfect backdrop for your Instagram pictures. An all-you-can-eat buffet brunch? Count me in!
2. Garibaldi Restaurant
Have a true taste of Italia at the sleek and elegant Garibaldi Restaurant. Take your pick from the array of meat, fish and antipasti, and find your ideal brunch combination. From fresh burrata cheese from Puglia with San Marzano tomatoes & basil to fusilli with angus beef ragout to slow-cooked wagyu beef cheek with fried polenta; they have it all.
The menu varies from time to time, depending on what produce is in season, so rest assured you’ll always get the best and the freshest. Free flow prosecco is good enough for me, but with equally good food to match? It’s basically to die for.
For S$148++, you’ll get free flow prosecco, inclusive of beer and house wines.
3. Picotin – Waterboat House
(Old) kid on the block, Picotin is another brunch spot worth visiting. With three beautiful outlets around the island, my favourite will have to be the picturesque Waterboat House. Expect nothing less than top notch cooking and a wide range of dishes.
What better way to spend your Sundays than opting for a hearty plate of Sunday Roast (S$44++) and an additional S$88++ for a free flow option of beers, wines, and prosecco?
With authentic roasts and unlimited refills of prosecco, Picotin is the perfect getaway for you if you’d like to pamper yourself… in a boat. Think of a view overlooking the Singapore River on one end and the Fullerton Hotel on the other. Don’t forget to take stunning pictures of yourself (and the food, of course) when you’re there!
4. Alley on 25
Lazy to move? No worries, Andaz Singapore entices you with their Lazy Breakfast Weekend Brunch (S$50++). Expect to be treated with an unlimited a la carte concept served a-la-minute from the kitchen to your table; a brunch fit for royalty. Available for two and a half hours from 12pm exclusively on Saturdays, Sundays, and Public Holidays.
The brunch set is inclusive of one breakfast main, an unlimited breakfast a la carte, unlimited desserts, and free flow prosecco, wine and beer, detox juices, coffee, tea, and any kind of beverage you can possibly think of.
5 Fraser Street, Andaz Singapore, Alley on 25, Singapore 189354
Daily: 7.30am – 11am, 12pm – 2.30pm & 6pm – 10.30pm
5. Basilico Restaurant
Located in Regent Hotel, Basilico is an Italian buffet-style brunch for your enjoyment. Although its price tag is a little on the high side, for the spread available, we think it’s more than worth it.
On Saturdays, enjoy the appetisers, cheeses, pasta, and grilled items. If you’re more of a dessert person, pop by the dessert counter for homemade cakes and gelato after your meal.
If you’re coming down on a Sunday, be enthralled by its live cooking stations, a seafood bar, and a cheese room on top of the usuals, and free flow prosecco for only $139++.
1 Cuscaden Road, Level 2 Regent Singapore, Cuscaden Road, Singapore 249715
Mon to Fri: 12pm – 2.30pm & 6pm – 9.30pm
Sat & Sun: 12pm – 3pm & 6pm – 9.30pm
+65 6725 3232
6. Publico Ristorante
Authentically Italian, Publico Ristorante’s free flow goes on past noon, so you can snooze a lil’ longer before you booze. The Brunch Alla Moda is a day destination for the weekend style-set. From 12pm, descend upon the riverfront riviera for a sun-drenched vibrant atmosphere while munching on specially curated brunch dishes featuring free-range eggs, and fresh artisanal produce.
For S$80++ per pax, you get to enjoy delicious grub with free flow prosecco, rosé, wines, or Menbrea Lager Beer.
7. Ce La Vi
How can I create a list of free flow prosecco and not feature Ce La Vi? The popular bar overlooking Singapore’s skyline has a weekly brunch that will blow your mind. From Asian favourites to desserts, they have it all. Wine and dine with a beautiful view over free flow prosecco, wines, spirits, beers and cocktails at only S$98++ per pax on Saturdays from 12pm to 3pm.
So, if you have nothing planned this weekend and need a break (and unlimited booze), you now know where to go!
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