Executive Chef Justin Chan of new restaurant Naked Gurume Gyarari tells SHEENA KHEMANEY three of his favourite brunch spots around town.


French Window Brasserie at ifc Mall has an all-you-can-eat Sunday brunch for seafood lovers and bubbly drinkers. Guests are offered a free-flow tasting station of six champagnes and sparkling wines, a scrumptious salad bar, live seafood-cooking station, fresh shellfish buffet, cheese charcuterie and more. Available every Sunday from 12-9pm.


Award-winning Japanese restaurant Zuma continues to serve its popular Baikingu Brunch on the weekend. Diners can choose from a selection of mouth-watering appetizers from the robata and sushi counters, a main dish and a seasonal dessert platter which includes four sweet treats and ice cream. There’s also an option to pair your meal with sake and champers or non-alcoholic beverages. Available every Saturday from 12 -3pm and Sunday from 11-1pm or 2 -4pm.


Catalunya’s Brunch with a Passion buffet concept features special off-menu items and signature dishes based on Barcelona’s famous food market, the Mercat de Sant Josep de la Boqueria. Enjoy unlimited sparkling wine and Sangria cocktails while feasting on authentic Spanish dishes like eggs frito and churros with hot chocolate – yum! Available every Saturday and Sunday from 12-4pm.