Dining out in Singapore is serious business – we find Michelin starred hawker stalls on its streets, Michelin starred restaurants in 5-star hotels and everything in between. One of these in-between delights is the delicious champagne brunch. Read on for some of the best champagne brunches in Singapore. Get ready to slip into a brunch induced coma only to wake up all champagned-out and hungover!
1. Mezza9, Grand Hyatt Hotel
Start your brunching at this contemporary and stylish 400-seat gastro-heaven, the Mezza9 at Grand Hyatt Hotel. It offers 9 different dining experiences – from Japanese, Thai, Chinese and Western cuisines – each of which can be savoured seated in any part of the restaurant.
Indulge your palette from all the show kitchens; choose mouth-watering delicacies from the grill, the wok, the sushi-sashimi bar, the deli, the steam basket, the martini bar, and the patisserie counter.
This extravagant Sunday buffet lives up to its claim of serving ‘high-quality food using environmentally-friendly practices’ along with free flowing Perrier Jouët Grand Brut champagne. Quite the recipe for a sumptuous Sunday!
Where: 10 Scotts Road, Grand Hyatt Hotel, Singapore 228211
When: Sundays, 11:30am – 3pm
How much: Sunday brunch at S$108 per adult, plus S$40 for free flowing champagne and select alcohol
You should know: Members of Club at the Hyatt get a 15% off; Complimentary car park coupons available with a minimum spend of S$100.
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2. Basilico, Regent Hotel
Basilico at the Regent Hotel has long been a favourite with Singaporeans looking for authentic Italian fare. Its well-priced and great quality buffet is hot property, especially on weekends. Foodies get drawn in by the extravagant spread of cold cuts, classic Italian antipasti, varieties of fresh cheeses and of course, the lavish mains.
There is also a – wait for it – separate room for cheeses with a selection of about 40 regional farm cheeses from around Italy. The mains, with mouth-watering items like Roasted Wagyu Beef Rump with Truffle Mustard, Roasted Sea Bass with Fennel as well as pizzas and pastas, is followed by a delectable selection of desserts and gelato. Ready to dig in?
Where: 1 Cuscaden Road, Regent Hotel level 2, Singapore 249715
When: Sundays, 12pm – 3pm
How much: Sunday brunch at S$168 per adult, including free flowing champagne
You should know: For the complete Italian experience, switch your champagne with the prosecco and it will cost you only S$135.
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3. The Line Restaurant, Shangri-La Hotel
The Line’s Sunday champagne brunch at the Shangri-La Hotel is as delectable as it sounds. You get to choose culinary delights from 16 theatre kitchens that include various types of foie gras, seafood on ice, 30 varieties of hand selected artisanal and aged New and Old World cheeses, a huge spread of meat at the butcher’s station, and unlimited champagne.
Some of its highlights are a 48-hour slow-roasted Wagyu beef leg with a mustard crust and 200-day grain-fed Australian stockyard striploin. For those who go weak in the knees at the mention of dessert, there are about 30 types of pastries, cakes, fruit trifle, tarts, ice-creams, and Singaporean desserts. Get those bibs on!
Where: 22 Orange Grove Rd, Lower Lobby, Tower Wing, Shangri-La Hotel Singapore, Singapore 258350
When: Sundays, 12pm – 3pm
How much: Sunday brunch at S$158 including free flowing champagne
You should know: Every table of 4 adults will get complimentary two-way taxi transfer from/to one location of choice.
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4. Brasserie Les Saveurs, The St. Regis
The champagne brunch at Brasserie Les Saveurs is more of a grand event than a Sunday meal. All luxury, replete with crystal chandeliers and high ceilings, the restaurant reinforces your faith in French cuisine being one of the most delectable in the world. Contemporary French cuisine outdoes itself in the form of signature French dishes, cheese, a live foie gras station, charcuterie, chilled seafood, and a sumptuous dessert spread. To send you to gastro-heaven, the chefs also rustle up bite sized portions of signature dishes and pass them around.
Where: The St. Regis Singapore, Lobby Level, 29 Tanglin Road, The St. Regis Singapore, Singapore 247911
When: Sundays, 12pm – 3pm
How much: Sunday brunch at S$195 per person with free flowing champagne and select alcohol
You should know: Sip on complimentary cocktails and canapés at the Astor Bar between 11am and 12pm. Supper Club Members and Starwood Preferred Guest Members get a 15% and a 15% off respectively. Use your Standard Chartered or Maybank credit card to get a 20% off.
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5. The Knolls, Capella Hotel
A Sunday brunch at The Knolls is the best way to switch off like you were on a holiday. Request outdoor seating at this luxurious and elegant restaurant, dig into fine Mediterranean fare, sip on that unlimited champagne while you listen to the live band and you’re in vacation mode! The Knolls offers a selection of fine-cut meats and delectable fresh seafood in the form of specialities like duck rillettes burgers with apricot chutney and a crispy suckling pig.
A BBQ station with drool-inducing sausages, beef short ribs and kebabs stuns meat lovers, while the variety of cheese and an elaborate range of dessert completes the meal.
Where: 1 The Knolls Capella Singapore, Singapore 098297
When: Sundays, 12:30pm – 3pm
How much: Sunday brunch at S$258 per adult with free flowing champagne and select alcohol
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Have you tried any of these champagne brunches? Let us know if you have any other recommendations in the comments below!
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