What’s not to like about Easter? Baby chicks and bunnies, chocolate eggs, boozy brunches bearing bubbly by the bottle… You get the picture.
Whether you celebrate the day as a religious or secular occasion, this selection of delectable Easter Sunday champagne brunches will definitely set you and your family in a celebratory mood. There’s even something for the kids too — so while they get “hoppy”, so can you… Just in a slightly different way.
How lavish can a brunch be? Let the St. Regis’ Brasserie Les Saveurs count the many ways: A train of butler-passed canapés that count French scallop carpaccio and scrambled eggs with Norcia black truffle in their number? On its way over. Freshly prepared, individual main courses of your choice? Don’t get us started on that herb-encrusted roast lamb leg.
Top it all off with a live band jazzing up the restaurant’s lush interiors, and we’re already counting down the days before Easter arrives.
As with all aspects of the St. Regis brand, the legendary service at Brasserie Les Saveurs will make you feel nothing short of royalty — and if that isn’t enough, the deluge of exquisite champagne (Krug Grand Cuvée, ‘R’ de Ruinart Brut, the list goes on) will surely complete the experience.
You know what they say about the Italians — they just do it better. What exactly? In this case, Easter brunches. Zafferano brings a swathe of Italian flair to your weekend with their Easter brunch menu, featuring a specially curated selection of traditional Italian Easter favourites.
Expect to see a slew of hearty pastas and risottos prepared in a variety of ways, and Italian favourites like the rich, fluffy Colomba cake, a unique pastry that’s whipped up only on Easter. You’ll feel like you’re having brunch in a real Italian home — albeit one that’s perched on the 43rd storey of a towering skyscraper with stellar views of downtown Singapore.
If you’re more of a surf-not-turf type of person, then does Adrift by David Myers have just the menu for you. Get the celebrity chef experience with the special semi-buffet Sunday brunch menu crafted just for the occasion. The king crab omelette with Japanese curry may well be worth the price of admission alone.
There’s also a staggering fresh seafood buffet to round off the menu. After all, what goes better with an unlimited supply of champagne than some freshly shucked oysters?
Check out the sparkly new interiors of Alley on 25, located appropriately on the 25th floor of Andaz Singapore. Alley on 25 features a quirky shophouse-style concept, with seven different storefronts serving up a variety of Easter treats. You get to choose from an array of hearty goodness from around the world. Look out for the baked shakshuka, a spicy Middle Eastern dish heaped with eggs and tomatoes, and the melty braised coq au vin from France.
Additionally, if Alley on 25’s kid-friendly selection (which includes ratatouille, roasted pumpkin soup and a chocolate fountain that you’ll probably want all for yourself) isn’t enough to satiate your tots, then the roving entertainers and roster of activities will ensure that you’ll be able to enjoy your Easter brunch without a worry.