Swanky Restaurants in Singapore for a Lavish Sunday Brunch

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From delectable dim sum and cool champagne by the river to fresh oysters and seafood with free-flow Moet, these fine dining restaurants are perfect for a lavish Sunday brunch. Whether it’s a romantic meal for two or a boisterous gathering with friends, these spots are sure to impress.

Colony at The Ritz-Carlton

Hotel restaurants come to mind when you think of luxurious brunch places in Singapore. For one of the best oyster spreads around, head to Colony’s Sunday brunch at The Ritz-Carlton. Apart from their amazing seafood, this British-colonial restaurant also offers free-flow Moet and a cocktail cart, shaking up some craft drinks to go with your meal. Whether you lounge on the couch seats under the domed roof or sit along the floor-to-ceiling glass panels which give you a view of the greenery outside, this is the ideal place to relax with good food and good company.

Edge at Pan Pacific

Edge boasts a one-of-a-kind brunch experience. This fine dining restaurant is one of the best brunch spots in Singapore, known for its interactive and theatrical experience. The restaurant boasts seven open kitchens cooking up a range of Asian and Pacific dishes. A walk around the venue will tempt you with the sights and smells of Singaporean, Indian, Japanese, and other cuisines that are whipped up by the chefs. Highlights include their flavourful tandoori meats, bite-sized dim sum, and juicy satay.

Empress at ACV Museum

Museums are far from boring, especially when there’s a Champagne Dim Sum Brunch going on every weekend. This weekly brunch affair happens at Empress, located within the historic Asian Civilisations Museum. In contrast to its contemporary décor, the Chinese cuisine at Empress is completely traditional, free from any modern remakes to their recipes. Of course, dim sum is a mainstay of Chinese cuisine, and their Sunday brunch offers palatable options with free-flowing champagne along the Singapore River. Because what better way to enjoy some piping hot dim sum than to do so in the river breeze?

Bascilio at The Regent

An award-winning establishment, Bascilio’s all-Italian brunch doesn’t disappoint. You know that the food takes the spotlight when the buffet spread is the first thing you see when you walk into Bascilio, laid out on a circular display with flowers in the centre and a chandelier above. At this lavish Sunday brunch, expect an elaborate selection of cold-cut salamis and cheeses like smoked burrata and cow’s milk bocconcini, along with dishes like the perfectly grilled lamb chop with artichoke. With mouth-watering fare like that, all your Italian food cravings will be satisfied.

Seasonal Tastes at Westin Singapore

Walk in to Westin Singapore’s signature dining spot and the bright décor instantly lifts your mood. You’re tempted by the extravagant seafood selections and roasted meats, but at first find it hard to look away from the stunning floor-to-ceiling views of the iconic Marina Bay area. After you’ve indulged in a refreshing brunch, end your meal with their dessert spread, including specially crafted chocolates and old-school Singaporean treats like kueh lapis.

One-Ninety at Four Seasons Hotel

Chandeliers and dim lights make a brunch session at One-Ninety feel like an exclusive, hush-hush affair. That aside, this is one of the most elaborate brunch selections in Singapore. From a fresh sushi and sashimi spread to an indulgent charcuterie station with freshly shaved truffles and condiments, to convenient made-to-order main courses, including Wagyu beef and whole lobster, this is the perfect way to treat yourself to a relaxing and lavish Sunday brunch. To top it all off, there is the option of bottomless champagne or sangria, too.

No matter how you choose to spend the rest of your Sunday, starting the day off with an over-the-top brunch at one of these decadent spots is a great way to spend a sunny morning. Enjoy the company of friends and family as you eat, drink, and celebrate the weekend!

  • Edge at Pan Pacific

    Raffles Boulevard, Level 3, Pan Pacific Singapore, 039595, 039595

    65 6826 8240

  • Empress

    #01-03 Asian Civilisations Museum, 1 Empress Pl, 179555

    65 6238 8733

  • Bascilio

    1 Cuscaden Rd Level 2, 249715

    65 6725 3232

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