FOOD: Brunches and Chocolate Buffets
What: An exclusive Easter Sunday edition of Raffles Singapore's popular Sunday Brunch sees a special spread of Easter-inspired sweets like Almond and Hazelnut Praline Eggs, on top of a wide range of cheese, fresh seafood and live carving stations. Don’t miss that basket of piping hot and lightly spiced Hot Cross Buns. Price: From $178++ per person Where: Bar & Billard Room at Raffles Singapore When: 5 April 2015, 12pm – 3pm. For reservations, call 6412 1816 or email email@example.com. Do note that the hotel’s guideline of reservations for such special events requires pre-payment to secure and guarantee your booking.
What: Eggs-pect an Easter waffles eggs station at MELT's Easter brunch, where you can choose to top those farmhouse eggs waffles with premium garnishes like chopped summer truffles, Maine lobster and even caviar. Meat-wise, the range spans from Peking duck and crackling Kuroubuta pork belly, to duck leg confit and slow-braised beef cheek. Your final stop, the dessert station will charm you over with sweet nothings like an easter snow “egg” passion fruit with coconut and a bunny carrot walnut cake. Price: From $158 per person Where: MELT~ The World Café at Mandarin Oriental When: 5 April 2015, 12pm – 3pm. For reservations, call 6885 3500 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
What: Easter Chocolate Pralines will be joining The Courtyard’s chocolate buffet this April, right alongside signatures such as chocolate bread and butter pudding, salted popcorn and dark chocolate mousse – not forgetting that decadent chocolate fountain of course. Hot chocolate lovers, direct yourselves to the Hot Chocolate Connoisseurs’ Bar, where a bespoke cup of premium hot chocolate will be created a la minute according to your choice of cocoa percentage. Price: From $38* per adult, $19 per child (aged 6 to 11 years old) Where: The Courtyard at The Fullerton Hotel When: 3 & 4 April 2015, 8pm – 11pm. For reservations, call 6877 8129 or email email@example.com. The Landing Point at The Fullerton Bay Hotel will also be having a dedicated Chocolate Buffet special.
FUN: Underwater Egg hunts and Cooking Classes
What: Three Easter-themed cooking classes will be conducted by ToTT this April – Easter Brunch, Easter Cake and Easter Roman Italian Recipes. Learn how to whip up baked Japanese egg roe potato, lemon thyme cheese soft biscuit and a light sour cream pecan streusel cake for that Sunday brunch, or take it a notch higher with Italian traditional dishes for lunch. Price: $118 per person for each class Where: ToTT Store When: 2, 4 & 5 April 2015. Register at http://content.tottstore.com/classes.
What: If you think egg hunts are cheesy and overrated, Resorts World Sentosa gives the Easter tradition a splash by taking it underwater. While hunting for eggs Little-Mermaid-style across different habitats in the aquarium – look out for the diving Easter Bunny at Shipwreck Habitat and Open Ocean Habitat— you’ll also be able to learn about the wonders of marine life. A buffet breakfast will be available only during the Easter weekend. Price: $38 per adult, $28 per child/senior Where: S.E.A. Aquarium When: 14 March – 5 April 2015, 10am – 7pm daily. See Also: You won't go wrong with these chocolate options Can't decide between breakfast and lounging in bed? Check out these places for all day breakfast now!
Written by Peh Yi Wen