Easter isn’t the most popular holiday in Singapore.
Yet, who’s to say we can’t use it as an excuse to feast once again? This year, we’re seeing hearty spreads complete with smatterings of bunny-shaped and egg-designed motifs to round up the affair.
Tanjong Beach Club, for instance, is celebrating with a bottomless brunch by the poolside, while locales like Solo Ristorante are prepping for diners that cannot decide whether they want to dine-in or stay at home. Read on for all the Easter 2021 dining specials to dig into this year.
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Solo Ristorante is transporting diners straight to la casa della nonna del cuoco (Chef’s Grandma’s kitchen) with a Easter Brunch that’s set to delight any diner. Here, guests can dine on free-flow classic favourites like the Slow Roasted Leg of Lamb, as well as traditional desserts like the Ciambella, a homemade Easter cake with dark chocolate and mascarpone cream.
Those looking for a quiet celebration at home can feast on Chef Simone Fraternali’s dishes from 1 to 4 April, and includes dishes like the Slow Roasted Leg of Lamb and Lobster Tagliatelle. Advanced orders of two days required via +65 9134 3167. Takeaway and delivery is available island-wide, with free delivery for orders above S$150.
Tablescape is presenting a slew of dishes prompted by European family traditions. Dig into the Puffy Pastry, an appetiser inspired by Pizza Rustica, or more commonly known as the Easter Pie. The version at Tablescape is generously packed with cheese and meat and elevated with black truffle for a touch of luxe this Easter. Other dishes we’re excited for? The Seafood Salad, Oven Baked Line Caught Fish, Pork Belly Roulade and a spectacular bone-in New Zealand Roasted Lamb Leg.
Skai, located amongst the clouds on level 70 of Swissôtel The Stamford, is serving its Easter Bubbly Brunch next weekend. Here, the indulgent brunch comes with decadent plates of cold cuts and seafood, as well as signature dishes like the Crab Eggs Benedict, SKAI Steak, and Pork Belly. As for dessert, satisfy your sweet tooth with festive treats like the Snow Egg, Bunny Spice Carrot Cake, Mini Hot Cross Buns, and more.
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Gather with your family and friends to celebrate Easter Sunday brunch at Brasserie Les Saveurs. Here, guests can savour a range of small and large communal plates that include sashimi, Foie Gras Terrine with Fruit Chutney and Brioche Bread, and Crab Salad with Avruga Pearls and Lobster Bisque Espuma with Crab Meat and Salted Egg. We’re thankful we have an extra stomach for dessert, because the sweets at Brasserie Les Saveurs aren’t to be taken lightly. Expect a roving dessert trolley seated with creations crafted for the occasion like the Easter Egg Tiramisu, Sunny Side-up and the Chestnut Citrus Tart.
Alley on 25 presents a spread of Easter highlights, accompanied by unlimited servings of meats and a fresh bounty of seafood. From gourmet sausages, Roasted Lamb Leg and Honey Baked Ham to mains like the Beef Burger with Seared Foie Gras and Grilled Jerk Chicken, you’ll be sure to leave stuffed for the day.
Sit back and enjoy the beach breeze at Tanjong Beach Club’s bottomless Sunday Brunch. Here, beach-goers can dive deep into a feast of Freshly Shucked Oysters, Grilled Scallops, juicy Australian Wagyu Striploin, Roasted Lamb Shoulder and refreshing antipasti, all rounded up with unlimited servings of Elderflower Spritzes and Prosecco, wines and beer.
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