With the long Easter weekend coming up, we’re already making plans on what to do during the much-awaited holiday. Whether it’s a luxuriant staycation, short regional getaway, or simply a lazy afternoon spent lounging at home, we’re just glad to have some respite in the midst of our hectic work schedules.

But if you’re looking to do something a little more extravagant during the upcoming break, we suggest pampering yourself with an indulgent Easter brunch at a classy restaurant. Round it off with unlimited pours of bubbly and wines, as well as some tempting desserts, and you’re all set for the perfect weekend.

Scroll down for our picks on where to go for the ultimate Easter brunch.

1
Colony

Easter typically calls to mind the perennial Easter bunny motifs and cutesy decorations. Not at Colony, though. On Easter Sunday, the restaurant will hold a Charlie and the Chocolate Factory-themed vintage champagne brunch featuring luxurious concoctions like gold braid eggs with avruga caviar, and shaved parma ham with truffle. There’s also the option to pair it with a unlimited supply of Dom Perignon or Möet and Chandon Grand Vintage Blanc 2008 and Rosé 2008. Just like in the Roald Dahl book, five “Golden Tickets” will be hidden in chocolate bars. Guests who find the coveted tickets stand to win prizes such as a staycation or a massage.

When: 1 April 2018, noon to 3:30pm
Price: S$468++/S$228++ per adult; S$99++ per child (six to 12 years old)/ S$49.50++ (three to five years old)

Colony, The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore, Level 3, 7 Raffles Avenue, Singapore 039799, +65 6434 5288

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2
Edge

Pamper yourself and your loved ones with a sumptuous meal at Edge, where you can pick from a wide variety of options including fresh seafood, juicy roasted meats like USDA prime rib and confit lamb, and even Asian-inspired dishes such as chilled white soba and Sichuan-marinated snapper. These are complemented with a lavish dessert spread of hot cross buns, Easter eggs, and orange praline gateau, as well as a free flow of Veuve Clicquot champagne. Your young’uns will be kept entertained with activities including an Easter egg hunt and face painting, so you can dine without distraction.

When: 1 April 2018, noon to 3:30pm
Price: S$228++/S$168++ per adult; S$92 per child (six to 11 years old)

Edge, Pan Pacific Singapore, Level 3, 7 Raffles Boulevard, Singapore 039595, +65 6826 8240

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3
Alley on 25

Located at the newly opened Andaz Singapore, Alley on 25 is an all-day dining venue composed of seven shophouse-inspired eateries and bars. On Easter Sunday, the whole place will be devoted to serving up festive treats, with each stall dishing up different options such as baked shakshouka, Mediterranean sea bass, herb-crusted lamb rack, and fresh seafood like Canadian lobsters and Scottish smoked salmon. There will also be a dessert spread of Easter-themed chocolates. The brunch includes an unlimited flow of Delamotte champagne, wines and Andaz Pale Ale.

When: 1 April 2018, noon to 3:00pm
Price: S$168++ per adult; S$59++ per child

Alley on 25, Andaz Singapore, Duo Tower, Level 25, 5 Fraser Street, Singapore 189354, +65 6408 1288

4
Amò

If your idea of a perfect brunch involves staying put at a table all afternoon, as massive platters of food are brought to you, head over to Amò. The Italian restaurant has introduced a six-course sharing menu of tantalising dishes such as baked risotto with mussels and potatoes, linguine with crab and smoked paprika, and a casserole of lamb shoulder with vegetables. It comes with a dessert of barley and candied fruit pie with moscato sabayon.

When: 1 April 2018
Price: S$58++ per person

Amò, 33 Hong Kong Street, Singapore 059672, +65 6723 7733

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5
Ash & Elm

Expect nothing short of a bountiful feast at Ash & Elm, which has prepared a mouthwatering spread of caviar, meats like roasted Australian lamb leg and braised beef short ribs, and fresh seafood such as Boston lobsters and French oysters. There is also a diet-busting range of 20 desserts spanning
simnel cake (a traditional fruit cake eaten during Easter in the UK), rice tarts with lemon meringue, and carrot orange panna cotta. If that’s not decadent enough, the brunch is also paired with a free flow of Taittinger Brut champagne.

When: 1 April 2018, from noon to 3:00pm
Price: S$178++/ S$128++ per adult; S$58++ per child (six to 12 years old)

Ash & Elm, InterContinental Singapore, Level 1, 80 Middle Road, Singapore 188966, +65 6825 1008

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6
Adrift

Known for its Californian-inspired, Asian-inflected cuisine, Adrift at Marina Bay Sands has rolled out a seafood-focused brunch for Easter Sunday. Guests get to enjoy a cold seafood buffet alongside their choice of a hot main course from the à la carte menu. Examples of the latter include barley miso spring chicken, and king crab omelette with Japanese curry. Kick the indulgence up a notch by adding on a beverage package (S$70++), which entails an unlimited supply of selected wines, champagnes and spirits.

When: 1 April 2018, from noon to 3:00pm
Price: S$88++ per person

Adrift, Marina Bay Sands, Hotel Lobby Tower 2, 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956, +65 6688 5657

(Photo: Marina Bay Sands)

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Sara Yap
Deputy Director, Digital Operations (Asia)
Sara Yap is the Deputy Director of Digital Operations at BurdaLuxury, and a contributing writer to Lifestyle Asia’s dining and jewellery beats. When she’s not on the lookout for exciting new restaurants or bejewelled trinkets, she’s probably buried in a riveting read, or reminiscing the good ol’ days with her favourite playlist of ’90s boyband hits.