Dare we say there is a slightly celebratory mood in Singapore right now? The softening of Covid restrictions have certainly put a spring in our step, just in time for the upcoming Easter celebrations. With groups of 10 people now permitted to eat together, and Singapore being so famous for its great food options, it’s better to try sooner rather than later to book a restaurant where you and your family and friends can enjoy Easter brunch, lunch and evening dining. Read on for our top suggestions.

Get a side order of Singapore scenery with your Easter brunch at LAVO

LAVO’s Sunday Champagne Brunch: Easter Edition 

To mark the occasion, LAVO Italian Restaurant & Rooftop Bar offers a special edition of its spectacular Sunday Champagne Brunch this Easter Sunday. The menu features 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. Guests can also tuck into a jubilant assortment of Easter-themed desserts and raise a toast with the restaurant’s rousing special LAVO Bloody Mary. 

Time: 12pm – 3pm

Cost: Adult (Food with non-alcoholic drinks): S$118++, Adult (Food with house champagne and other non-alcoholic drinks): S$188++, Children (Food with non-alcoholic drinks): $38++

LAVO, 10 Bayfront Ave, Tower 1, Level 57, Singapore 018956

Kempinski Easter Sunday Punch & Brunch
Kempinsk’si Easter Sunday Punch & Brunch will be well worth the elasticated waistband

Sunday Punch & Brunch, Kempinski Hotel Singapore

The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore is prepping for an Easter extravaganza at all of their restaurants and bars this year. All sound eggcellent but the Sunday Punch & Brunch at signature restaurant 15 Stamford by Alvin Leung gets our vote. The food selection starts with classic seafood delights such as Tasmanian oysters and black tiger prawns, and continues with a large sharing platter of premium meats and seafood. Of course, with it being Easter, we’re here for the Dessert Platter laden with Easter Egg Nog, Matcha Cookies, Carrot Cheese Cakes, Strawberry Yoghurt Tart, Varlhona Chocolate Éclair, Mango Coconut Mousse In Nest and Pandan Chendol Ice Cream. And then we might need a lie down.

Time: 12 – 3pm

Cost: $168++ per person (food only), $148 ++ per child aged 5 – 11 *Book by 1 April and pay $138++ per person (food only)

The Kempinski Hotel, 15 Stamford Rd, 178906

Grand Easter Champagne Buffet Lunch, Hilton Singapore Orchard 

Hilton Singapore Orchard is hosting a Grand Easter Champagne Buffet Lunch at its all-day dining restaurant Estate. The scrumptious feast includes international favourites such as seafood, noodles, wok dishes, barbecued meats and desserts. The live meat carving stations will produce your Easter cut and there’s special egg-themed dishes like Swedish egg omelette, avocado deviled egg, eggnog and obligatory chocolate cake. For those looking for fun with their food, there’ll be a series of activities for families like egg hunting and a Best Dressed Competition. Time to wheel out that giant chicken outfit …

Time: 12pm – 3pm 

Cost: $118 per adult, $59 per child. Adults can top up $50 for bottomless champagne, white and red wines, and access to a DIY Bloody Mary bar

Estate at Hilton Singapore Orchard, Level 5, 333 Orchard Road, 238867 

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Enjoy Iberico Pluma at new gastro-bar, Binary

Binary Easter Brunch Menu

New kid on the block, Binary, is hosting a special Easter Brunch Menu featuring four delectable courses – Bread, Egg, Sunday Roast with Sides, and Desserts – showcasing both Asian and Western flavours. It all starts with their Signature Kubaneh Bread before moving on to a choice of egg dishes (eggs benedict, shakshuka). The main course includes Herb-Marinated Roasted Spatchcock, Oven-Roasted Red Snapper or Korean Gochujang Iberico Pluma. Dessert is ice-cream, Choco Brownie or an Easter Dessert Surprise.

Time: 11.30pm – 1.30pm and 1.30pm – 3.30pm

Cost: $48++ per person; minimum 2 people. Alternatively, opt for the Premium Package ($88++ per person), inclusive of wines, fizz, signature cocktails and a selection of gin, vodka and whiskey

Binary, 390 Orchard Rd, #01-01A Palais Renaissance, 238871

CUT by Wolfgang Puck: a winner for meat and fish this Easter Sunday

Easter exclusives at CUT at Wolfgang Puck

For those who like their Easter feast meaty, head to CUT by Wolfgang Puck. The one-Michelin starred restaurant will serve four à la carte offerings exclusively available on the evenings of 15 – 17 April only. Enjoy roasted dover sole, lamb rack, oyster gratin and seabass en croute. For those looking for something less carnivorous, there’s also a stellar collection of non-beef signature dishes such as pan-roasted Maine lobster with black truffle sabayon and the signature Maryland blue crab cake, heirloom tomato relish and basil aioli. 

Time: Available from 15 to 17 April, 5pm – 10pm

Cut by Wolfgang Puck, 2 Bayfront Ave, B1 – 71, 018972

Easter at Rancines Sofitel
Dive into all the Easter treats with a meal at Racines

French Easter Semi-Buffet Brunch, Sofitel Singapore City Centre

Sofitel Singapore City Centre is hosting a French Easter Semi-Buffet Brunch Extravaganza at Racines. The decadent feast features authentic French and Western festive delicacies including fresh seafood and cold cuts, Chargrilled Lamb Rack with Roasted Kabocha, Racines Signature Braised Angus Beef Cheek as well as an elegant Pan-seared Hokkaido Scallops with Beurre Blanc Caviar. For kids who have not eaten all of their Easter eggs before 10am, there’s Mini Beef Burger, Pasta Marinara and Meat Balls. 

Cost: $128++ per adult, $64++ per child (6 to 11 years old); children under 6 years old dine for free. Diners can choose to elevate their experience with free-flow alcoholic beverage specials at an additional $78++ 

Racines, Sofitel Singapore City Centre, 9 Wallich Street, 078885

The Great Eggscape, W Singapore – Sentosa Cove

A bountiful Easter Brunch awaits on 17 April as the kitchen dishes out Easter-inspired specials. Egg dishes are a thing such as the Trio Egg Fried Rice, Anda Biryani (Egg Briyani), and Salted Egg Yolk Tiger Prawns; as well as Grilled Lamb Rack with Ratatouille, Japanese Snow Crab Leg, Freshly-shucked Oysters, Poached Lobster and Roasted Prime Rib. A spin-off of the classic Black Forest Cake and the Zesty Easter Carrot Cake wrap up dessert.

Time: Two seatings: 12.30pm – 3pm and 1.30pm – 4pm.

Cost: $148++ for food only and SGD208++ for bottomless bubbly

W Singapore Sentosa Cove, 21 Ocean Way, 098374

Even Bugs Bunny would be impressed by Easter Lunch at Spago

Easter Lunch at Spago

This Easter, Spago will not only offer its standard stunning views, but also a dining spectacular where you’ll get to indulge in a 3-course Easter brunch boasting eggs benedict served with buttermilk biscuits, organic poached eggs, country ham and hollandaise sauce. There will also be house made pastries and bagels with smoked salmon, and Spago’s classics miso broiled ora king salmon and grilled Iberico pork pressa paired with shallot marmalade. For dessert, don’t miss the picturesque carrot cake with caramelised walnuts and cream cheese gelato – the ultimate Easter Instagram shot. Hop to it!

Time: 12pm – 12.30pm

Cost: Prices start from $88 per pax, but adults can opt in for free-flow at SG$140

Spago Dining Room, Marina Bay Sands Skypark, Tower 2, Level 57, 018956