Christmas is a time for eating, drinking, and being merry, and the options to indulge in Singapore are many! If you’re looking for a Christmas dinner, seasonal Afternoon Tea, exclusive holiday menus, or a great deal on getting festive food in, you’ve come to the right place.  We’ve compiled some of the best Christmas buffets and festive set menus in town throughout December. Book up now so you can focus on wrapping gifts, prepping in case a Christmas calamity occurs (there’s always one!), and just chilling out and enjoying the party – that’s what it’s all about!

Santa’s Mega Christmas Brunch at Madison’s

Pullman Hill Street opened up its fancy doors in Singapore just a few months ago, and it’s going all out this Christmas. Their Jingle & Mingle Afternoon Tea Experience at Madison’s is available Monday to Saturday, 2pm – 5pm ($68++ per person). Enjoy unlimited champagne for two hours with just an additional S$78++ per person. Meanwhile, eat-all-you-can at Santa’s Christmas Mega Brunch, also at Madison’s. This feast celebrates the magic of the season with hearty classics presented in a lavish spread alongside Japanese treats such as sushi, sashimi and a Hot Section from sister-restaurant MOGĀ. From S$168++ per person, or elevate your experience to S$198++ with a three-hour free flow of champagne. There’s an Early Bird 20% off till 15 December or till sold out, so get snappy!

The Westin Singapore Christmas Afternoon Tea

It’s the most wine-derful time of the year at The Westin thanks to their special  Lobby  Frederiksdal Festive Afternoon Tea set (S$98++ per person). An absolute box of delights comes served next to the sky high views of the Lobby Lounge and features savoury and sweet treats such as Foie Gras Terrine on Brioche, Festive Turkey Rilette, Beef Cheek Tart, festive scones and tarts. Make your feast even more jolly by opting for the Frederiksdal Danish Cherry Wine tasting menu to accompany the food. Four glasses comprising Reserve, Sur Lie, Vintage and RØD are served as you dine. Just want classic Christmas fare? The Westin’s Regular Festive Afternoon Tea is priced at S$68++ per person, with coffee and tea. Reservations can be made online here.

Park Royal Pickering

Lime Restaurant has a spectacular Christmas line-up taking place from now until the end of December. A top choice for family gatherings, they’re bang on it when it comes to a festive lunch, brunch, or dinner buffet. Reserve a table from 23 – 25 December or December 31 2023, to 1 January 2024, and revel in fresh oysters, pineapple-glazed smoked gammon ham, Singapore-style seafood “otah” mousse-stuffed salmon Wellington, and more. Kids will love the live station with eggs and pizza during brunch, or savor jamon Iberico and pan-seared foie gras on honey brioche at dinner. Sweets such as gingerbread latte verrine or chestnut tart will hit the seasonal spot!

The English House

Those looking for a traditional English Christmas feast without the freezing cold weather should head here. Marco Pierre White’s place pulls out all the stops with a gorgeous four-course menu including cappuccino lobster bisque, turkey and potato cakes, and deep-fried turkey beancurd roll to start. Mains feature pork belly with crackling, roast fillet of lamb with mint sauce, and grilled salmon with lobster sauce. To conclude? A classic Christmas pudding accompanied by brandy sauce of course!

Ryan’s Grocery

Got guests? Ryan’s Grocery’s butchery exclusively sources and imports organic, grass-fed and free-range gourmet meats from Australia. Not only do you get a taste of home, but they also stock more gluten-free, organic, and specialty products than you can shake a stick at. Christmas has come early this year as ANZA members can enjoy 10% off Ryan’s Christmas offerings. All you have to do is present your ANZA membership card at their outlets. To order online, use the code RGXMAS10 upon checkout. There’s also an online exclusive – get 10% off Logan Weemala Merlot 2017 with promo code LOGAN10. Click here for more details on the deals.

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Verandah Rooftop Rotisserie, Momentus Hotel Alexandra

Verandah Rooftop Rotisserie at Momentus Hotel Alexandra launches the festive season with a Spanish-themed celebration! We recently enjoyed their extraordinary menu, including the exclusive Cochinillo Spanish Roast Suckling Pig (available only on 24 and 31 December). Other delights featured spit-roasted Rotisserie Chicken, slow-roasted lamb leg at 75°C, Australian Wagyu tomahawk, truffle and herb-infused crackling porchetta, and beer-braised beef brisket. Seafood lovers can relish Boston lobster, Galician-style grilled snapper, and Bouchot mussels in a white wine saffron sauce. Save room for dessert with authentic Spanish treats like Turron de Jijona and Crema Catalana, alongside classics like Red Velvet Yule Log and Reindeer chocolate-coated pretzel rods. This exclusive holiday menu is available on specified dates starting this week. Click here to book.

Shangri-La Rasa Sentosa

Santa’s got some extra special gifts for vegetarians and vegans this festive season at Shangri-La Rasa Sentosa’s meat alternative restaurant, Casserole. New plant-based delights, available for dinner every day throughout December. The celeriac ‘mille-feuille’ ($22), is a tribute to the versatile root vegetable presented salt-baked, pickled, and pureed. ‘Salmon’ coulibiac ($30), featurures plant-based fish enveloped in layers of flaky pastry, accompanied by chestnuts and charred Brussels sprouts. The vegan mini white chocolate and raspberry log cake ($20) is where carrot cake meets pink raspberry chocolate, served with chocolate sorbet. There’s also organic wines and unique cocktails adorned with herbs cultivated in-house.

Tanglin Cookhouse

From now until 31 December, Tanglin Cookhouse is cooking up a seasonal storm with its quintessentially English Christmas three-course lunch ($48), allowing you to mix and match your festive favorites. For dinner, rock up for the three-course ($58) or four-course ($68) options featuring the likes of creamy celeriac soup, Christmas Turkey Wellington, crispy roasted pork belly, pistachio-crusted salmon, and roasted stuffed aubergines. Those dining with en masse can go for the Christmas Beef Wellington Family Feast set at $238.


Meadesmoore’s Christmas Platter ($200) is available from  11 to 25 December and showcases berbere spiced white Pyrenees lamb rack, apricot and chestnut-stuffed turkey breast, and a 2GR full blood rump cap. For the grand finale, we recommend their Christmas twist on Eton Mess – a Mont Blanc masterpiece featuring French chestnuts, homemade chestnut ice cream, griottine cherries, and heavenly crème chantilly.


Boeuf’s Christmas four-course sharing set menu ($79 per person) is available from throughout December and promises to be a feast of feasts! Homemade crab cake, baked bamboo lobster, charcoal-grilled wagyu picanha steak, Iwate wagyu sirloin steak or the Miyazaki A5 wagyu steak are all on the menu. Le Matin’s roasted hay and pecan tart or the luscious moelleux au chocolat are the gifts that keep on giving.

Raffles Hotel Singapore

It wouldn’t be Christmas without a mention of Raffles Hotel Singapore! Head to the lovely Grande Dame for their exquisite festive afternoon tea at The Grand Lobby, showcasing a handcrafted pastries and sweet treats, all perfectly paired with hot tea, coffee, or bubbly. Continue the Christmas spirit at the Michelin-starred restaurant, La Dame de Pic, where French cuisine awaits. Butcher’s Block offers a multi-course feast expertly prepared with a wood-fire. On Christmas Day there’s a decadent buffet at the iconic Bar and Billiard Room including a lucky draw and DJ.


Traditional Christmas classics meet contemporary Asian dining this holiday season at Ce La Vi. Their five-course festive feast ($188), available from 24 – 26 December looks set to be a cracker with the likes of curry prawn cocktail, butternut squash “wanton,” organic chicken, wagyu beef short rib, and more. Christmas fruit cake featuring orange dark chocolate cremeux and whisky vanilla mousse rounds the feast off perfectly along with a selection of wine pairings.


Celebrate the festive season with a special 120th-anniversary menu at Angelina, paying homage to its legacy since 1903. This iconic Parisian tearoom and patisserie, cherished by luminaries like Marcel Proust and Coco Chanel, presents a limited-time two-course menu for a taste of French holiday joy, available now (S$78++ pax). Having the privilege of experiencing this Parisian celebration firsthand, we commenced our culinary journey with the Avocado & Shrimp Salad – a delightful fusion of succulent shrimp and creamy avocado, heightened by a zesty lime olive oil dressing. For the main course, we indulged in the Lobster La Vera Tomato Cream Sauce, a pasta adorned with abundant lobster meat bathed in a rich homemade tomato sauce. Additionally, we relished the Sous Vide Angus Beef Short Ribs—tender, fall-off-the-bone ribs generously coated in a delectable house-made gravy. Of course, no Angelina experience would be complete without sipping on the globally acclaimed L’Africain Hot Chocolate, recognised as the best in Paris.