The most important meal of every weekend
When the weekend rolls around, work melts into the background and brunching basically becomes a full-time job in Singapore. We’re always looking for our next fix of avocado toast or poached eggs on sourdough – serious planning has to go into each and every weekend to ensure you nab a reservation at your brunch spot of choice. Sunday brunch is no joke in Singapore, trust us! What you’re looking for in a brunch can depend on a number of variables, so whether you’re rolling out of bed after a night on the tiles or if you’re heading out for a special occasion, we have selected a few of our favourite Singapore eateries for Sunday brunch that suit all situations. So read on and you’ll find one that tickles your fancy in no time…
1. Magnifique Sunday Champagne Brunch at Kwee Zeen
Kwee Zeen is a little slice of heaven located in Sentosa, and every Sunday from 12.30pm to 3.30pm you can get involved with their Magnifique Sunday Champagne brunch. The restaurant is perched right on the edge of a cliff with breathtaking views of the ocean and jungle. With huge open windows and a cool breeze wafting in as peacocks wander around – you’ll really have to pinch yourself to check you’re not dreaming when brunching at Kwee Zeen. The Sunday brunch offering includes everything from dim sum to foie gras and from premium oysters to cheese platters, decadent chocolate desserts and everything else in between. With free flow Taittinger champagne, wines, soft drinks and juices as well as a complimentary bouncy castle, face painting and balloon sculpting to keep the kids occupied – this is a brunch that is suitable for the whole family.
2. Brunch at Au Petit Salut
Au Petit Salut is another lush setting for a spot of brunch, located amongst the greenery in Dempsey. Let nature’s presence soothe your mind as you tuck into a range of internationally-inspired brunch dishes such as homemade Belgian waffles with blueberries, vanilla ice cream, maple syrup; a full English breakfast with scrambled, poached or fried eggs, bacon, sausages, tomatoes, mushrooms and toast or a French Croque Monsieur with lashings of ham and melted Gruyere layered between two slices of homemade brioche and covered in Béchamel sauce. The service at Au Petit Salut will make you feel like royalty, so you can look forward to kicking back in style – plus, their smart casual dress code gives you an excuse to get your glam on.
3. Brunch at Saturday House
Even though this spot is named after the other day of the weekend, the Sunday brunch at Saturday House is still up to scratch. It’s the ideal place to go when you need to recover from a night out – choose from dishes like chicken wings with a side of truffle fries, freshly made spaghetti carbonara or crispy fish and chips. Brunch is most fun when spent with a group of friends, and naturally, sharing lots of food over a few social beverages is even more fun. The food offering at Saturday House has lots of little bites and platters from the grill, so order up a round of drinks accompanied by some eats and let the grazing begin.
4. Brunch at Super Loco Robertson Quay
Mexican food is always a winner with us, so the bright and colourful interior of Super Loco in Robertson Quay makes an awesome spot for a bit of brunch. Located right on the waterfront promenade, Super Loco does a mean weekend brunch complete with jugs of frozen margaritas, mojitos or their glorious Peach Sunset cocktail made with vodka, peach, ginger and lemongrass. And, to eat? Well you can choose from inventive dishes such as sweetcorn french toast with banana, vanilla agave, banana ice cream and bacon or huevos benedictos with poached eggs, toasted muffins, pork carnitas, chipotle hollandaise and pickled onion. With churros and horchata soft serve on the menu for dessert, it’s safe to say that you will be rolling home from your brunch fiesta at Super Loco.
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5. Brunch at Lola’s Cafe
A shiny gemstone in the crown of Kovan, Lola’s Cafe has a wide range of cakes and sweet treats that are so decadent you won’t be able to believe your eyes! Two of our favourite desserts at Lola’s include the salted caramel popcorn cake – topped with salted caramel buttercream, caramel sauce and fresh popcorn on top – and the Earl Grey banana sponge cake with fresh bananas and chocolate cream. Don’t worry if you prefer more savoury grub, however, because there are menu items such as crab cake benedict with poached eggs and miso hollandaise, pickled radish; mesclun salad with lemon dressing and a grilled chicken burger with cheesy broccoli and chipotle mayo up for grabs, too!
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