The perk of weekends is not just the promise of unbridled freedom outside of the confining restrictions of work, but also the idea of a glorious, Instagram-worthy brunch. We’ve got your brunch itinerary for March covered with these five new brunch menus.
Elevate your Sunday brunch tradition with a gratifying Super Lunch Sunday buffet ($78++ per adult and $39++ per child) by LIME restaurant that commences at 12.30 pm till 4.30 pm. That's four long hours of lunch where food items will be religiously topped up. The wide array includes dedicated stations for a seafood, sushi and sashimi showcase, as well as a Nonya Laksa station. For the sweet tooth, pleasure your taste buds with the grand assortment of desserts that encompasses Vanilla Crème Brûlée and Bubur Cha Cha. Toast to a fun-filled Sunday with unlimited servings of house pour wines and beers (additional $68++) or a bottle of Piper-Heidsieck Champagne at $88++. PARKROYAL on Pickering, 3 Upper Pickering Street, Singapore 058289 (Image: LIME)
After a year’s hiatus, the inaugural SuperBrunch Series ($288++ per adult; $72++ to $144++ per child) is back at The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore with a masquerade carnival theme. On 13 Mar from 12 pm to 3 pm, diners get to indulge in uninhibited fun in the form of samba dancers, deejay, magician and drummers while savoring epicurean fares such as Chinese Roast Meats and 130 types of international cheeses. To add on to the excitement, the package for adults comprises of free-flow servings of Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage Blanc 2003 Magnums, Grand Vintage Rosé 2002 Magnums and house pour red/white wines. Top up $180 ++ to enjoy unlimited pours of Dom Pérignon Vintage 2006, house pour red/white wines. The Ritz-Carlton Millenia Singapore, 7 Raffles Avenue Singapore 039799 (Image: The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore)
Indulge in a fulfilling Sunday with your family at Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa’s flagship restaurant, Kwee Zeen. Priced at $138++ per adult and $58++ per child, its Magnifique Sunday Champagne Brunch promotion includes access to the resort’s 33-metre pool and a 20% off all beverages by the pool till 7pm. From 12.30 pm to 3.30 pm, anticipate an extravagant spread of decadent treats including live seafood, gallery of foie gras and housemade dessert creations. Did we mention they've got 32 types of cheeses? Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa, 2 Bukit Manis Road Sentosa, Singapore 099891 (Image: Kwee Zeen)
No longer just a restaurant serving tapas, Salt Tapas & Bar has chalked up an exciting list of new brunch items including Egg Berentine with Bonito Flakes ($14++) that seamlessly couples poached eggs with homemade muffins, ham, spinach and dashi-infused hollandaise sauce. At the same time, keep your options open to other dishes like the Cigar Omelette with Mushroom Cep Sauce and Green Onions ($15++) and the Grilled Sirloin with Mash, Watercress Salad, Poached Egg and Madeira Dressing ($18++). Raffles City Shopping Centre, 252 North Bridge Road #01-22A Singapore 179103 (Image: Salt Tapas & Bar)
Melt Café recently got a makeover with a spanking new interior that warrants your return. Their brunch buffet ($62++ per pax on Mon to Sat; $98++ per pax on Sun) comprises of a luscious selection of seafood, cold platters such as sashimi and sushi as well as international delicacies. After which, cleanse your palate with the tantalizing array of desserts including Artisanal Cheese and Chocolate Fondue with Fresh Fruits. For Sunday brunch-goers, opt for a free flow of Veuve Cliquot champagnes, wines, cocktails, beers, juices and soft drinks at $158++ per pax. Mandarin Oriental Singapore, 5 Raffles Avenue Level 4 Singapore 039797 (Image: Melt Café)
Written by Tan Siew Bee