What To Eat For Easter

It's all easter bunnies, treats and family enjoyment this Easter.

By Hung Ping Lee | 19 March, 2018 | Drink, Food, Restaurants
2018-03-19 18:04:26 2018-03-19 18:08:31

Easter Menus and Treats Round Up 2

Alley on 25

For Easter brunch, Alley on 25 at Andaz Singapore will be offering an extensive Easter buffet spread, incorporating signatures from the various shophouse concepts. Festive highlights include baked shakshuka, prime rib-eye, coq au vin, herb-crusted lamb rack, Mediterranean sea bass, and a range of whimsical Easter chocolates. Seafood lovers will enjoy hanging around the seafood bar which boasts a continuous flow of fresh seafood on ice, with offerings like oysters, Scottish smoked salmon, and Canadian lobsters.

Alley on 25’s innovative dining concept allows diners to walk through various theatre kitchens, as though they were exploring various shophouses and meandering down lost alleyways of yesteryear. Their Easter Sunday Champagne brunch ($59 per child, $168 per adult) comes with free-flowing Delamotte champagne, wines, and their custom-brewed Andaz Pale Ale. For adults only, of course. Available only on 1 April. 

Andaz Singapore

5 Fraser Street, Singapore 189354. Tel: +65 6408 1288

Easter Menus and Treats Round Up 1

Marriott Cafe

You’ll really have to loosen your belt a few notches this Easter with the a lavish selection on display at Marriott Cafe’s Easter Merriment Lunch buffet (from $88 per pax). Featuring a smorgasbord of the freshest seafood, including Boston lobsters, freshly shucked oysters, yellowfin tuna, and more. Western and Asian delicacies on offer include Seared Duck Foie Gras with Red Onion Marmalade Roast Prime Rib of Beef, Grilled Lamb Chops, and Pork Saddle with Prunes & Pancetta Stuffing. Local favourites like Singapore chilli crab, Thai duck curry, wok-fried scallops and prawns, and stir-fried black Pepper beef with bell peppers will also be available.

And that’s not all. What is Easter without a plethora of themed desserts? Indulge in an extended dessert station, with irresistible goodies such as Hot Cross Bun Pudding, Carrot Cake Trifle, Chocolate Easter Cake, Cappuccino Mascarpone Cheese Cake, Lemon Curd Cookie Nests, Easter Rainbow Cake, and Macadamia Baileys Mousse. Available 1 April.

Marriott Tang Plaza

 320 Orchard Road, Singapore 238865. Tel: +65 6831 4605

Porta's Oyster Bar
Porta’s Oyster Bar


Have time for a Funny Bunny Easter Brunch ($38 per adult, $19 per child) this holiday? Head down to Porta at Park Hotel Clarke Quay to indulge in a free-flowing gourmet Oyster Bar showcasing fresh Fine de Claire oysters air-flown from the coasts of France, and unlimited servings of salads, sides, appetisers, and desserts. A new brunch menu complements the bar, featuring comfort food like 62°C Eggs Benedict ($16) served atop English muffins, sauteed baby spinach and Iberian ham; and Avocado Toast ($16). The fun bit comes in the form of the The Great Prosecco Countdown—the first glass of Prosecco costs $10, and subsequent glasses are each discounted by $2 until you get down to $0. This means that if you can hold your tipple, free-flow bubbly is on the house from your sixth glass onwards!

While you’re sitting back and discussing the fine nuances of Prosecco between your sixth and seventh glasses, the young ‘uns are free to occupy themselves with great activities like easter egg painting and Easter Bunny mask-making, available throughout the brunch. Available only on 1 April.

Park Hotel Clarke Quay

1 Unity Street, Singapore 237983. Tel: +65 6593 8855

Tablescape's Dessert Trolley
Tablescape’s Dessert Trolley


Tablescape is going classic this Easter holiday with its Easter Weekend High Tea ($24). Its continental dessert trolley will be out and about during the high tea, serving up an array of treats and house-made desserts including favourites such as Spicy Mango, Raspberry Lychee with Almond Cake, and Camembert Cheesecake, accompanied by a round of speciality coffee or tea from The 1872 Clipper Tea Co. This special high tea will be available only on 31 March and 1 April, from 3-5pm. Go for this if you’re looking for oodles of options for your afternoon tea, and classic vibes from their exquisitely-styled desserts.

Grand Park City Hall

10 Coleman Street, Singapore 179809. Tel: +65 6432 5618

Hilton Singapore's spread of Easter treats
Hilton Singapore’s spread of Easter treats

Opus Restaurant

With eight “live” cooking stations of seafood and prime meats, a dedicated cheese room, and a six-metre showcase of tempting Easter deserts, this is one opulent Easter Sunday Brunch (from $108 per adult, $55 per child). Check out the open-flame charcoal station that serves up sizzling US prime rib, roasted suckling pig, and more, and explore marine catches like Maine lobsters, Alaskan king crab legs, half-shell scallops, and freshly shucked oysters from France, the US and Ireland at the seafood section. The Cheese Room boasts more than 30 types of European cheese, which are accompanied nicely by cold cuts from the charcuterie station. Gastronomy stations serve up à la minute pan-seared foie gras with quail egg (sunny side up), and roasted duck noodle with sous-vide 65 degree celsius sakura egg—just to name a few.

The six-metre long D9 Cakery is the ultimate excuse to gorge yourself on sweet treats, with over 30 artisanal homemade cakes, tarts, flans, and shooters on display. Among them are the famous Hilton cheesecakes, made from a 45-year old recipe. Available only on 1 April.

Hilton Singapore

581 Orchard Road, Singapore 238883. Tel: +65 6730 3390

The interior of Brasserie Les Saveurs
The interior of Brasserie Les Saveurs

Brasserie Les Saveurs

Perhaps French cuisine is not something you’d normally associate with Easter, but at Brasserie Les Saveurs, they go hand in hand. Start off the afternoon with a complimentary hour of aperitifs at Astor Bar, before taking in champagne and enthralling live music alongside amuse-bouches and butler-passed canapés, such as French Scallop Carpaccio with Piquillo Pepper Jelly and Avruga Pearls.

Next, tuck into delicate sharing plates presented on an elegant tiered silver stand, followed by a classic half Maine Lobster Thermidor. Prepared à la minute (naturally), the indulgent main courses crafted specially for the season include Australian Lamb Chop with Roasted Asparagus, Chanterelle and Morel Mushrooms and Lamb Sauce; and Chilean Seabass “Meuniere” with Baby Spinach, Mussels, and Saffron Cream Sauce.

The Easter theme really comes out in the desserts, with classic French confections on offer. They include Giant Easter Egg Nougat, Easter Caramel, and a magnificent macaron croquembouche, a traditional French classic typically reserved for festive celebrations. The Easter Day Champagne Brunch (from $168 per pax) is available only on 1 April, from 11am to 3pm.

The St. Regis Singapore

29 Tanglin Road, Singapore 247911. Tel +65 6506 6860

Racines' Easter buffet spread
Racines’ Easter buffet spread


Racines’ Magnifique Sunday Brunch (from $118 per adult, $58 per child; two children dine free with every couple) will excite and thrill with an ensemble of French, international, and Chinese delicacies that will more than satisfy your Easter cravings! On Easter Sunday, diners will get to enjoy a wide spread of scrumptious delicacies, and free-flowing wines and beers. Maine Lobster, Snow Crab, Freshly Shucked Seasonal Oysters with Classic Condiment, Easter Lamb Rack, Steamed Truffle Egg Royale, and Baked Alaska of Cinnamon Pumpkin Parfait are just some of the treats in store. Each diner will also receive a farewell gift as well as an exclusive 20% discount on their next Sunday Brunch at Racines.

While adults are slowly swirling their glasses of tipple, children will be able to have fun through activities by Cool De Sac –a fun station full of educational activities–while their parents quietly spend time together for a meal. In the name of all things punny, families will also get to bond over an ‘eggs-hilirating’ hunt at The Lawn (level 6) of the hotel on Easter Sunday. Available exclusively on 1 April.

Sofitel Singapore City Centre

9 Wallich St, Singapore 078885. Tel: +65 6428 5000

Blue Jasmine's barbeque selection
Blue Jasmine’s barbeque selection

Blue Jasmine

If you’re overwhelmed by the deluge of brunch options on offer, why not try out a good old barbeque? For an Easter afternoon of eggcitement for both the big kids and the little ones, head down to Park Hotel Farrer Park’s Blue Jasmine. The Barbeque Lunch ($58 per adult, $29 per child) offers up a buffet of classic Caesar Salad or Greek Salad, before moving on to hot chafing dishes like Black Mussels with Lemon and Thyme. Then choose from seven different condiments to pair with fresh airflown Ribeye Steak, Lamb Chops, Chicken Breast and Sausage or indulge in King Prawns and Crayfish, all on that good old grill. Sweets will round off the meal nicely, featuring sweet treats Chocolate Fudge Cake and Citrus Sabayon Tart. In the spirit of festive giving, all children get to enjoy candy floss and popcorn made à la minute, compliments of Blue Jasmine. An Easter Egg Hunt and Face Painting will also be available for the little ones. Available on 1 April.

Park Hotel Farrer Park

10 Farrer Park Station Road, Singapore 217564. Tel: +65 6824 8851

Pacific Marketplace Pan Pacific’s Easter goodies
Pacific Marketplace Pan Pacific’s Easter goodies

Pacific Marketplace and Edge

Let your imagination run wild, inspired by Pacific Marketplace’s host of delightful Easter goodies. One of these is the Egg-chanted Black Forest Entremet ($58). Shaped like an Easter egg, the cake resembles a fresh meadow adorned with delicate chocolate flowers and ladybirds. Below the lawn-green glaze lies decadent layers of dark chocolate mousse, Kirsch white cream and Morello cherry compote. To say that the cake resembles something from Alice in Wonderland probably isn’t an overstatement.

Check out their dreamy selection of Easter eggs ($9.50) and hot cross buns ($12). Cuteness overload comes in the form of sweet treats such as Pink Rabbit Plush Chocolates ($28) and lollipops shaped like ducks, chicks, rabbits and frogs (from $6) – great adornments for your Easter platters, or pretty gifts for house parties. All these and more are available until 1 April 2018 at Pacific Marketplace, located at Level 1 of Pan Pacific Singapore, or online . Until 18 March, you also enjoy 15% early bird savings on goodies purchased.

Edge at Pan Pacific is also offering an extensive Easter Sunday Champagne Brunch (from $168 per adult) on 1 April, with unlimited Veuve Clicquot champagne to complement a wide selection of the finest seafood on ice, and roasts from the carvery, such as Roasted USDA Prime Rib and Oven Roasted Raspberry Pork Ribs. Little ones can sign up for an Easter Egg Hunt at 3pm, which also includes a face-painting session with skilled face and hand painters. An Easter Bunny mascot will also be making its rounds with goodies and photographic mementos to wrap up your Easter brunch experience.

Pan Pacific Singapore

7 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square, Singapore 039595. Tel: +65 6826 8240

Hung Ping Lee
Hung Ping loves all things life. A former hardcore Science student, he is now a semi-serious writer of poetry and enjoys cycling down East Coast Park. He likes cooking too.

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