There’s so much more to Easter than egg puns and chocolate bunnies. If you’re still in Singapore over the long weekend, there’s a whole range of activities and events to look forward to, especially Easter brunches!
Make spending time with your family and friends over a good meal your priority this long Easter weekend. Those of you with kids will be happy to know that there are a number of scavenger hunts and fun activities lined up for children too.
Here is our roundup of Easter brunches and events in Singapore for 2018.
At LaBrezza, Chef de Cuisine Armando Aristarco invites guests to embark on an Easter Day Gourmet Journey ($98++) exploring regional Italian cuisine on 1 April 2018 for either lunch or dinner.
Presented in a four-course degustation created especially for Easter, savour highlights such as 64°C Poached Organic Egg with Sauteed Mushrooms, Crispy Polenta and Shaved Black Truffle from Milan and Roasted Lamb Leg with Cannellini Beans, Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Parsley from Florence.
The annual sold-out event, Easter in the Park, returns on 1 April from 12pm to 3pm. Save the date for a Pixies Easter Egg Dash, Enchanted Garden Piñata Bonanza, bouncy castles, slides, and a Best-Dressed Fairy and Pixie Contest.
After the fun and games, look forward to a scrumptious Easter Feast complete with a kids’ buffet station in the Grand Marquee. Menu highlights include the Spicy Bloody Mary Gazpacho and Shrimp, Ground Masala Spice Wagyu Beef Meatballs, and decadent Bread and Butter with Raisin Pudding. Admission is priced at $98++ per adult and $59++ per child aged 4-12 years old.
Buzzing contemporary Australian restaurant Salted & Hung will kick-start the long weekend with its crowd-favourite bottomless plates and boozy brunch ($58++) on Good Friday, 30 March. On 31 March and 1 April, a special Easter-themed menu ($75++) will feature one-off dishes such as Lamb Neck with roasted roots, Wagyu Tri Tip, Roasted Pork Belly with pickled cabbage, and a super-indulgent Mac ‘N’ Cheese using three types of cheeses – raclette, cheddar and beaufort.
For sweets, the kitchen will be serving up traditionally favoured Hot Cross Buns and a huge chocolate bark covered in candy treats called Chocolate Easter. There will also be fun-filled activities such as Easter egg painting and a cupcake décor station for the little ones. Kids under the age of ten years get to dine for free.
Relish a delectable spread at Sky22's Easter Sunday Buffet Brunch ($68++). Expect international specialities like Coq Au Vin and Croque Madame alongside an extensive seafood bar with the freshest catch. Not to be missed are the Lobster Thermidor and delicious Roast Sirloin, both cooked to order. Hop on over to the dessert counter and spoil yourself with a freshly baked spread of Blueberry Scones, Filo apple with Anglaise, Blueberry Lime Cream Puffs and more!
Little ones ($34++ for 6-12 years old) will stand a chance to win attractive prizes in the Easter Gift Basket Making competition and other fun-filled activities at the supervised children’s corner.
5. Caffe Fernet
Usher in the Easter weekend at Caffe Fernet with a must-try brunch special of Grilled Red Snapper ($44++) with sun-dried tomato, Calabrian chilli and oregano. Guests can also tuck into the Lamb & Frose Brunch Special, where they can choose from two different lamb mains - ‘Piedmontese’ Ravioli' ($28++) stuffed with red wine-braised lamb and veal, olives and rosemary then finished with lamb jus and pecorino; and Roasted Lamb Rack ($46++), served with honey and mint gremolata.
Accompany your meal with a choice of refreshing Strawberry Frose ($15++ per glass/$68++ per pitcher) or Watermelon Frose ($15++ per glass/$68++ per pitcher), perfect for alfresco dining by the bay. Families are also welcome to bring the little ones out for a hearty brunch by the waterfront. Parents can feel free to bring along their little ones on Easter Sunday as there will be an Easter Egg Decoration Kiosk, where young ones will be able to unleash their creativity!
Gather the family for a hearty brunch and a fun-filled day of activities like Easter Egg Painting and Easter Bunny Mask Making. PORTA’s Map Room will be specially decorated to include fun caterpillar tunnels and rocking horses.
There will also be an Easter Lucky Dip where diners stand a chance to win one-night staycation prizes at Park Hotel Clarke Quay. Designed for a giggly good time, The Great Prosecco Countdown keeps the bubbly flowing with free flow on the house from the sixth glass onwards. Adults dine at $38++ and kids (5-11 years old) at $19++.
Spend the Saturday indulging in Ta-Da! The Bistro’s yummy milkshakes. Fun for kids and adults alike, try the blended Oreo Addict or Chocolate Monkey. Complement the drinks by munching on their exclusive Basilic Chips, not to be found anywhere else in town!
For healthier options, you can even Build Your Own Poke Bowl with the base as salmon or beancurd and choose toppings from 16 ingredients including edamame, kimchi, guacamole, and poached eggs. Kids can enjoy the bistro’s variety of pizzas and pasta too. Do note that the bistro is closed on public holidays and Sundays.
Fried chicken lovers, rejoice! Celebrate Easter American style with The Bird Southern Table and Bar that is offering an “All-You-Can-Eat” fried chicken special for the first time only on 1 April from 11am to 4pm.
Indulge in the restaurant’s signature 100-year old recipe Lewellyn’s Fine Fried Chicken, and eat to your heart’s content for just S$28++ per person. The recipe features chicken brined in secret spices for 27 hours before it is fried, to produce juicy chunks of flavourful meat enveloped in a layer of golden crisp skin.
The party elves have organised an Easter Family Picnic on 1 April from 9am to 12pm at Buzz In The Woods. There will be an Easter Egg Hunt at 9.30am, as well as games and crafts to keep the kids entertained.
Menu highlights include Seafood Spaghetti Aglio Olio, Rosemary Lamb Rack, and the Surf and Turf Platter. The participation fee is $30 per child including a meal, while parents can accompany for free and order food at 10% off. No charge for children under 2 years old.