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Easter champagne brunch
Photograph: InterContinental Singapore

The best Easter meals in Singapore

Hop over to one of these spots for an egg-citing Easter weekend

By Fabian Loo and Time Out Singapore editors

Easter's just around the corner. Spend some time during the long weekend devouring bunny-shaped chocolates, hunting down eggs and especially tucking into a homely spread of meats and seafood. Not keen to head out? We have some options that are takeaway friendly too – here's how to celebrate Easter in Singapore this year.

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Easter Afternoon Tea
Photograph: The Fullerton Bay Hotel

The Landing Point

Restaurants Global Raffles Place

April 2 to 4

Enjoy an afternoon filled with dainty treats with the Landing Point’s Easter Afternoon Tea ($56). Besides the sweeping views of the Marina Bay, the set also comes with a three-tiered stand filled with a bunny-shaped macaron, hot cross buns, and caviar-topped smoked salmon tartare blinis. Pair it all with fresh scones and jam, and a pot of warm tea.

Easter champagne brunch
Photograph: InterContinental Singapore

Ash and Elm

Restaurants Rochor

April 2 to 4

A lavish Easter meal awaits at InterContinental Singapore. Ash and Elm will serve an Easter Weekend Champagne Brunch ($108), which features a meaty roast of herb-crusted roasted lamb leg. Roving trolleys will also bring to the table fine cheeses from around the world. Be sure to leave space on the plate for other savoury treats: honey-glazed pork ham, hot cross buns, pistachio eclair, and many more.

The Marmalade Pantry
Photograph: The Marmalade Pantry

Marmalade Pantry

Restaurants River Valley

All year

Switch up the usual chocolate eggs with the all-new chocolate collection from The Marmalade Pantry. The ‘A Touch of Spring’ ($38) features 12 delight bon bons, each encapsulating fresh flavours of the season – from the rich and bold cappuccino and creamy Praline Noir, to the floral Osmanthus Mélodie with apricot puree and Arôme de Rose perfumed with a rose ganache middle. For easy gifting, consider the convenient gift sets that come with cupcakes and sparkling wine ($112), or cupcakes and moscato ($126).

Tablescape Easter 2021
Photograph: Tablescape


Restaurants Contemporary European City Hall

April 2 to 4

The set lunch at Tablescape makes it a perfect excuse to gather with loved ones over a hearty spread. At $88, expect a feast that starts with a variety of cold cuts and cheese; and the truffle-laced Puffy Pastry, a take on the traditional Easter Pie commonly made by Italian mothers during this season. The best that the land and sea has to offer makes their way to the table too: chow down on seafood salad, beef and veal meatballs, roasted lamb leg, oven-baked fish, and pork belly roulade. Save space for some hot cross buns, baked with dried fruits, and chocolate pralines to finish the meal.

Beach Road Kitchen
Photograph: Beach Road Kitchen

Beach Road Kitchen

Restaurants Global City Hall

The extravagant spread at Beach Road Kitchen gets an Easter makeover with an indulgent Sunday champagne brunch (from $118). Highlights include an oyster trolley, filled with briny varieties from around the world, Alaskan king crab legs, grilled lobster with salted egg yolk sauce, oven-roasted tomahawk, and more. The meal ends with a socially distant Easter egg hunt; each table will be served a chocolate egg piñata that can be smashed to reveal hidden prizes.

Kin Easter
Photograph: Kin


Restaurants Singaporean Outram

March 26 to April 4

Easter at the household of chef Damian D’Silva comes with an unusual dish of beef murtabak – soft egg crepe serve as warm blankets for a spice-scented ground beef mixture. And this Easter, the local chef is adding this deeply personal creation to the menu of Kin. Sample the beef murtabak ($22), along with other time-honoured recipes for a homely take on the usual Easter meal.

Alley on 25 Easter 2021
Photograph: Andaz Singapore

Alley on 25

Restaurants Singaporean Rochor

April 3 and 4

A luxurious Easter lunch spread awaits at Alley on 25 at Andaz Singapore. For $88, savour unlimited servings of smoke-kissed meats and sausages, with highlights that conclude roasted lamb leg, honey baked ham, 28-hour marinated chicken, foie gras-topped beef burger, and more. Beyond prized cuts from the land, tuck into fresh catch from the sea too – from Avruga caviar egg to briny oysters. Sweet desserts of carrot cake, chocolates, and hot cross buns also come as part of the spread.

Photograph: Publico

Publico Ristorante

Restaurants Italian Raffles Place

April 2

On Friday, Publico invites you to soak up the sun at its Live Like Summer Never Ends Picnic. Enjoy a curated picnic basket (from $315) in style at the scenic waterfront dining spot, where you and three other guests can enjoy refreshing drinks in the form of a bottle of Grey Goose, Fever Tree mixers, fresh fruits, two Publico pizzas, and table games to add to the fun. Hit up for reservations. 

One-Ninety Easter
Photograph: Four Seasons Hotel Singapore


Restaurants Fusion Orchard

April 4

Dine in an indoor oasis at One-Ninety. The restaurant located within the Four Seasons Hotel Singapore will run an exquisite Sunday Brunch (from $148) that starts with luxurious fresh seafood on ice – Maine lobsters, king crab, diamond clams, and more. Other highlights include a chef’s selection of cold cuts, along with freshly prepped dishes of slow-roasted milk fed lamb, baked salmon, wood-smoked Peking duck, and wagyu beef rump. Remember to save space for desserts, where over cookies, cupcakes, and over 20 varieties of cheeses await.

Pan Pacific Singapore
Photograph: Pan Pacific Singapore

Pan Pacific Singapore

Hotels City Hall

March 15 to April 4 

For those planning a stay-home party, consider these edible centrepieces from Pacific Marketplace at Pan Pacific Singapore. Bring home a trio of Round Rabbits ($78), crafted in sweet white chocolate; or impressive guests with the Large Chocolate Beehive Egg ($118) that depicts an adorable scene of honey bees. Of course, classic hot cross buns are available as well, and come jazzed up in flavours of multigrain or blueberry cream cheese. To shop, visit

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