Celebrate Easter in Singapore this year with long lunches, brunches, and festive treats.
The English House
Marco Pierre White’s Singapore outpost The English House serves up English comfort food in a cosy, elegant setting. They’re putting a twist on their menu for Easter with several festive options:
2 April: Celebrate Good Friday with a rack of lamb carved at the restaurant’s antique serving trolley. Observing the tradition of not eating meat? There are lots of a la carte vegetarian options and a tasty British style fish and chips.
2-3 April: Tuck into a hearty Easter weekend breakfast served Saturday and Sunday from 9-10:45.
4 April: For the main event on Easter Sunday, the restaurant is offering specials including homemade scotch eggs, stuffed leg of lamb and rich, delicious chocolate Valrhona tart. Their traditional Sunday roast menu is also available.
The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore
An “Eggs-quisite” Easter awaits you at The Capitol Kempinski Hotel Singapore with buffets, takeaway roasts, and baked treats.
Families will love 15 Stamford by Alvin Leung’s Easter Sunday Brunch on 4 April from 12-3pm. Hearty mains include Roasted Pork Chops, Easter Spit Roasted Beef and Chilean Sea Bass. Desserts include Easter Eggnog Cupcake and Bunny in a Pot Marshmallow. There are also Cheese Wagons, a self-service Negroni Fountain and the chance to play Tsougrisma, a traditional game of cracking eggs by tapping them together. Priced at $148++ per person for food only, with additional $48++ for sparkling beverage package, $68++ for champagne beverage package and $118++ for vintage beverage package.
The Atelier Easter Sunday Family Brunch is on 4 April from 12-3pm and includes oysters, charcuterie plates, hot seafood and more, followed by a platter of black Angus beef sirloin, roasted grass-fed lamb leg and roasted free-range spring chicken. Desserts include toffee banana cake, white chocolate cupcakes, strawberry shortcake trifle and other cute specialties like bunny butt in soil and Easter egg cookies. A kiddie playground offers fun activities, movie screening and an Easter bunny cookie making session. Priced at $118++ per person for food only with additional $48++ for sparkling beverage package, $68++ for champagne beverage package and $118++ for vintage beverage package. Kids aged 6-12 years old $59++
Berthold Delikatessen, Frieda, La Scala Ristorante and Broadway American Diner at Arcade @ The Capitol Kempinski are serving up specialty menus with German, Italian and American traditional Easter flavours and The Capitol Kempinski Hotel’s online store is also open for orders with Easter hampers, tender, juicy and succulent roasts, and traditional sweets. https://www.kempinski.com/en/singapore/the-capitol-singapore/dining/festive-season/
Bread Street Kitchen
On Easter Sunday, Bread Street Kitchen by Gordon Ramsay takes its traditional Sunday roast up a notch with the classic dish of lamb rump, roasted potatoes, savoy cabbage, carrots, Yorkshire pudding, onion gravy (S$43++). Sweeten the deal with classic carrot cake, raisin & rum gel, toasted walnuts, cream cheese ice cream (S$18++). Enjoy delicious food and a stunning view of Marina Bay. https://www.marinabaysands.com/restaurants/bread-street-kitchen.html
Add a pop of fun to your Easter celebrations with Black Tap’s limited festive special, “The Peeps Shake”. Available from 2 to 4 April, the black cherry CrazyShake® features a vanilla frosted rim coated with colourful Easter M&Ms, topped with three iconic Yellow Peeps Chicks, sprinkles and a red cherry. marinabaysands.com/restaurants/black-tap.
SO Sofitel Brunch
SO Sofitel is offering a delectable Easter feast from 12-3pm on 3-4 April. A brunch tower is served to your table, with all manner of delicious seafood, charcuterie and cheese starters, as well as Hot Cross Buns, Macaroons, Mini Easter Eggs & much more. A bottomless carving station includes free flow Spiced Roasted Pork Rack, Whole Butter Roasted Chicken and Mustard & Herb Marinated Australian Ribeye served with Braised Red Cabbage and Mashed Potato.
Priced from $98 per person, kids under 6 free, kids 6-12 years $49++. Add two hours free-flow Prosecco, wine and beers for $48++ per person.
**Dress to impress and take part in the Easter themed best-dressed competition for a chance to win a 2D1N stay at SO/ Bangkok, valid for 12 months from the date international travel between Singapore and Thailand commences.
Fairmont Singapore’s Anti:dote
Anti:dote is offering a beautifully decorated Easter-themed version of its Signature Afternoon Tea indulgence in the month of April. Nibble on dainty delights fresh from the pastry kitchen, including Nespresso Cocoa Macaron, Passionfruit Curl Coconut Cream Egg Choux, Orange Mascarpone Carrot Tea Cake, and the hybrid delight Hot Cross Scones. The Easter Afternoon Indulgence is available from 1-30 April daily from 12-2pm; 3-5pm at $55++ per person without amuse bouche, $68++ per person with a choice of amuse bouche.