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5 Must-Try Hotel Brunches In Singapore

Looking to treat your family to a hearty meal after a long week? Bring the whole family and reward yourselves with a meal or two over brunch! Whether it’s for the weekend or for a celebration, these hotel brunches are worth checking out.

One-Ninety Restaurant, Four Seasons Hotel


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For your Sunday brunch, head to One-Ninety Restaurant, which offers a mix of Western and Asian cuisines. From steak and pizza to Hainanese chicken and Nasi Goreng, you can have whatever your heart fancies.

Their signature Market Fresh Semi-Buffet whips up the freshest seasonal produce every day. Not only that, you can watch their chefs showcase their culinary skills in the Theatre Kitchen for a more enjoyable brunch experience.

Their food selection costs only S$72++ for adults and S$36++ for kids 5 to 11 years old. For more information, click here.

Basilico, Regent Singapore


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This iconic Italian restaurant in Regent Singapore offers both Saturday and Sunday brunches, perfect for your weekly get-together with the family. With authentic Italian cuisines, your kids will surely enjoy spreads of antipasti, mains, and desserts from sorbet and gelato to Italian pastries and cakes. The view at the al fresco dining area on the terrace overlooking the pool is also worth the experience.

Their Saturday brunch costs S$83++ per adult and S$41.50++ per child (with free-flowing Nordaq water, soft drinks, and fresh juices). Sunday brunch costs S$108++ per adult and S$54++ per child (with free-flowing Nordaq water, soft drinks, and fresh juices). For more information, click here.

Edge, Pan Pacific Singapore


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If you’re after desserts and fun for the kids, Edge’s Kids’ Dessert Corner and balloon sculpting are reasons enough for you to reserve a table for its Brand New Sunday Champagne Brunch. The dessert corner features a Cotton Candy machine, “Pierrot Gourmand” Gummy Display, and Spiral Chocolate Fountain.

Witness a theatrical gastronomy experience with its live food theatres featured in 16 stations of premium delights. Adults will also love its unlimited Veuve Clicquot Champagne and Botanical Gin Cocktails, as well as an extensive Asian menu with dishes such as Pad Kra Pao and Seafood Pad Thai.

Price starts at S$128++ per adult and S$64 per child, including unlimited fresh juices, soft drinks, coffee, and tea. Prepare to shell out S$208++ if you’d like unlimited Veuve Clicquot Rosé Champagne or S$188++ for Veuve Clicquot Brut Yellow Label Champagne. For more information, click here.

Ash & Elm, InterContinental Hotel


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Enjoy a convivial British brunch at Ash & Elm, a European restaurant known for its brasserie vibe and Michelin Guide-recommended premium meats. Its British Sunday Champagne brunch is inspired by some of United Kingdom’s iconic milestones, such as the two recent royal weddings and its success at the FIFA World Cup.

Take your palate to a culinary journey with the famous London fish and chips and Irish lamb chops. For parents wanting to celebrate, unlimited servings of the classic British cocktail Pimm’s Cup and Taittinger Brut Champagne are also available for S$148++ per adult. For S$48++ per child, kids can munch over British dishes and including juices, and soft drinks. For more information, click here.

Mezza9, Grand Hyatt Singapore


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Brace yourself for a sumptuous brunch at Grand Hyatt’s 5-star restaurant Mezza9 with healthy food choices and lavish selection of seafood—from lobsters to crabs and oysters paired with endless champagne. This restaurant boasts of a contemporary and stylish vibe, giving your brunch experience the ultimate upgrade.

Its extensive brunch menu is spread out in nine different dining experiences, serving both Asian and Western cuisines for S$118++ per adult and S$59++ per child aged 5 to 12 years old. For more information, click here.

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