The sunday brunch has been around for a while, with many other growing food trends, it is still heating up in the F&B scene with many delicious offerings.
Here’s a list of 5 places we’ve had the opportunity to experience for best brunch in Singapore for a weekend…
The Line at Shangri-la Singapore is definitely great for a delicious buffet experience, with traditional international items that you fondly remember from your last travel escapade. The buffet game won our hearts over 16 happening kitchens, foie gras served in 10 different ways, 13 different types of fresh seafood, with unlimited Perrier-Jouet Grand Brut. Just go crazy.
Sunday Champagne Brunch at The Line, Shangri-La Singapore is priced at $158++ per adult, including unlimited refills of Perrier-Jouet Grand Brut.
Address: 22 Orange Grove Road, Singapore 258350 Tel: 6213 4398 Hours: Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays: Lunch 10.30am to 3pm, Dinner 6pm to 10.30pm
One of our first few Spanish tapas experience, and probably still one of the best, Una never fails to be the crowd pleaser. With a list of Spanish staple favourites such as croquettas, and inventive daily specials that the chef cooks up, you’ll never have a dull tapas moment.
The space is huge, the landscaping well-done, and it’s really kids-friendly. And if the kids aren’t an issue, indulge in the free-flow alcohol beverages at only S$38++ extra! Una’s brunch is an affordable S$58++, so you can be sure it gets packed over the weekends.
Address: 1 Rochester Park Singapore 139212 Tel: +65 67730070 / 67730060 Hours: Sat 12pm to 3pm, Sun 11am to 3pm
Having a range of local and international cuisines is a necessity for most hotel buffets as they cater to both guests, and locals. The most represented cuisine is probably Western, but there are Chinese, Japanese and Indian selections as well that will cater to a wide variety of palates.
Dive in to our brunch buffet teeming with the freshest seafood – shucked oysters, Alaskan king crab legs, lobsters and half-shell scallops. Sunday brunch at Seasonal Tastes is available at $88 or $148++ with free-flow of champagne, wine, beer, soft drink, or selected cocktails.
Address: The Westin Singapore, Level 32 12 Marina View, Asia Square Tower 2 Singapore 018961 Tel: +65 69226968
Hours: Sun, 12pm to 3pm
Oscar’s (and the London roast duck) is a buffet that we’ll remember for quite a while, and try to re-visit once they change their themes because they have gotten the basics right, and have brought it up beyond that level. So, will this be the best brunch in Singapore?
S$98++ may sound a tad too much but going not just by the fact that it’s all topnotch, premium quality ingredients and condiments – the culinary expression persists as well, with an excellent presentation, and taste. Go all out at S$118++ with free flow sparkling wine, house wines and cocktails, or S$158++ for champagne.
Address: 2 Temasek Blvd, 038982 Tel: 6432 7481 Hours: Sundays from 12.30 to 3.30pm
Hearty, home-styled French cuisine for sharing, the menu at Cocotte is one that’s more appealing to larger groups – otherwise you might not get to try the whole selection. Try the Roasted Chicken, an item you’ve got to order a day before or go without it. It’s extremely moist, down to the breast meat, and of course totally delectable.
Cocotte’s weekend brunch trolley is at $69 only, $119 with inclusive free flow of rose, wine and Prosecco. Best brunch in Singapore? This is definitely one.
Address: No. 2 Dickson Road Singapore 209494 Tel: +65 6298 1188 Hours: Sat and Sun, 12pm to 3pm
Buffets or Sunday champagne brunch.. which one will be your favorite or best brunch in Singapore?