15 Stamford by Alvin Leung

At 15 Stamford, Easter brunches are accompanied by an array of grilled meats – the likes of charcoal roasted lamb served with mint tabbouleh, glazed gammon ham and Cantonese roasted duck. Here, you’ll also find Asian influences in the form of U.S. beef short ribs rendang and Hokkaido scallop with adobo butter. Truly a celebration of cultures at 15 Stamford by Alvin Leung’s Easter brunch.

15 Stamford by Alvin Leung, The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore, 15 Stamford Road. Tel: 6715-6871.


Opus Restaurant

Beyond the luxurious seafood and meat spread offering the likes of Australian wagyu beef leg and Barramundi en Papillote, Hilton’s Easter spread also serves up one for the turophiles – with a dedicated cheese room and various charcuteries. You’ll also find exclusive, limited edition sweet treats from D9 Cakery’s collection sold here – a feast for the tastebuds and eyes.

Lobby Level, Hilton Singapore. 581 Orchard Road. Tel: 6737-2233.



This Easter, celebrate the joie de vivre with Racines as they bring you a luxurious spread spanning French and Chinese cuisines. From pan-seared French duck to Shanghai noodles in a specialty broth, Racines will definitely leave you spoilt for choice – not to mention the festive dessert counter. They’ll even take your kids’ off your hands and on an Easter egg hunt. What better way to spend the festive weekend?

9 Wallich Street. Sofitel Singapore City Centre. Tel: 6428-5000.



Dine Italian-style this Easter with Zafferano’s “Italian Table” Easter brunch on Apr 20. Gather the entire family because that’s the way it’s done in Italy – with their loved ones and a hearty feast. Featuring copious amounts of antipasti and pasta, a carving station with roast lamb – a Tuscan Easter must-have – as well as a fine spread of desserts, nothing spells “Pasqua” (Italian for Easter) quite like a sumptuous Italian meal with family and friends.

Level 43, Ocean Financial Centre, 10 Collyer Quay. Tel: 6509-1488.


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Sheraton Towers, Singapore

Easter Dining Sheraton Towers

Tantalising dishes await your tastebuds at Sheraton Towers this coming Easter Sunday. From white pepper crab to black pepper beef with spring onion, to slipper lobster fettuccini and maple-glazed bone-in ham, there’s something for everyone and their tastebuds. Satisfy your sweet tooth with assorted egg tarts and hot cross bun pudding, while your young ones are kept occupied decorating their very own chocolate cookie lollipop.

Sheraton Towers Singapore, 39 Scotts Road. Tel: 6737-6888.


Regent Singapore

The Easter spirit of conviviality is threefold at Regent Singapore’s Easter festivities. Indulge in a lavish Italian spread at Basilico on Easter Sunday, or go for something closer to home with a buffet featuring local delicacies at Tea Lounge over the festive weekend. Reminisce the childhood joys of opening a mystery Easter egg at Dolcetta, where you can craft your very own chocolate Easter egg and fill it with assorted pralines or a surprise gift of your choice.

Regent Singapore, 1 Cuscaden Road. Tel: 6725-3232 (Basilico) or 6725-3246 (Tea Lounge) or 6725-3244 (Dolcetta).


The Fullerton Hotel

Over at The Fullerton Hotel, a melange of events and dining opportunities are lined up over Easter weekend. On Good Friday and Saturday, treat yourself to a chocolate buffet at The Courtyard with savoury chocolate dishes and a Valrhona chocolate tasting. Then on Easter Sunday, prepare your stomachs for an Easter brunch or a “Buona Pasqua” semi-buffet lunch at Town Restaurant, or an Easter tea-time affair at The Courtyard. – all happening at The Fullerton Hotel.

The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, 1 Fullerton Square. Tel: 6733-8388.


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The Fullerton Bay Hotel

On Easter Sunday, choose from one of three Easter happenings at The Fullerton Bay Hotel. Celebrate with family with a “La Famille” brunch at La Brasserie, or count your blessings with a three-tiered afternoon tea set at The Landing Point. Alternatively, head to The Clifford Pier for that all-familiar, convivial Easter Sunday brunch goodness done right across 16 different stations.

The Fullerton Bay Hotel, 80 Collyer Quay. Tel: 6333-8388.


Le Meridien Singapore, Sentosa

Relish in local delights such as laksa, char kway teow, salted egg prawns and more at Le Meridien Singapore, Sentosa. Soak up the sun and have fun with the family at Sentosa, all while treating yourself to a scrumptious spread of food, drinks and desserts at Le Meridien’s Easter feast.

23 Beach View, Sentosa. Tel: 6818-3388.


Melt Cafe

Fancy a tea party? Join “Alice in Wonderland” for your Easter experience this year – except by “Wonderland”, we actually mean the Melt Cafe at Mandarin Oriental, Singapore. Fresh Boston lobsters, rich tandoori and curries, as well as a wagyu beef tomahawk steak await all who dare dine with the Red Queen. Enjoy a dessert or two at Chessboard Battlefield, while your young ones hunt for the elusive Golden Egg.

5 Raffles Ave, Marina Square. Mandarin Oriental, Singapore. Tel: 6338-0066.

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