Easter Celebrations with SALT

We've picked out the top places to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus on 21 April 2019. From sumptuous buffet spreads to Egg-hunts, there'll be something for everyone.

By Levin Tan | 16 April, 2019 | Restaurants
2019-04-16 10:31:08 2019-04-16 10:31:08

One-Ninety Restaurant
Four Seasons Hotel Singapore
190 Orchard Blvd, Singapore 248646
6831 7250 / [email protected]

One-Ninety is heralding in Easter Sunday with a luxurious buffet spread featuring a Premium Seafood Tower absolutely overflowing with ocean-fresh lobsters, king crabs, and blue fin tun – to name a few – sitting atop lemongrass infused dry-ice. There’ll also be four ‘live’ stations serving up tender roasts cooked to perfection, plus a generous salad and appetisers spread, and over 20 cheeses for the true aficionados to choose from. Of course, their wonderful desserts will be included too. While the adults munch and brunch, the kids will be occupied with festive activities such as an exciting Egg-hunt and a bouncy castle at the Kids Playzone.

From $188++/pax and $68++/child (5 to 11 years old)
First seating: 11.30am to 1.30 pm
Second seating: 2pm to 4pm

St. Regis Singapore
29 Tanglin Road, Singapore 247911
Lobby level – Brasserie Les Saveurs: 6506 6860 / [email protected]
Level 2 – LaBrezza: 6506 6888

Easter at St Regis will have you spoiled for choice. On the lobby level, Brasserie Les Savuers has for you an exquisite champagne brunch paired with epicurean delights. Look forward to tasting their Superior Oscietra Caviar and Japanese Sea Urchin (Uni). Recommended mains include the Baked Pacific Cod and Slow-roasted Lamb Leg, all served with tantalising sauces and sides that will have your taste buds dancing. You can then have your pick from their luscious dessert buffet at the end

From $168++/pax, seating from 12pm – 3pm.

On level 2, LaBrezza has prepared an Easter Day Gourmet Journey taking diners round the gastronomical delights of northern and southern Italy. Their Traditional Eggplant Parmigiana and the Braised Lamb Shank with Celeriac Mash and Saffron are to die for. If you’re bringing your children along, they can look forward to an Easter egg decoration session and live entertainment.

Course menu at $88++/pax.

Carlton City Hotel Singapore
Level 3, 1 Gopeng Street, Singapore 078862
6632 8922 / f&[email protected]

Plate brings to you an Easter Bouncy Bash with a curated buffet spread fit for the wondrous occasion. From premium seafood on ice and an indulgent appetiser table, to a la minute pasta and a live carving station, you’ll definitely need to take it slow in order to try every morsel of scrumptious food on offer. Of recommendation is the Duck Rillettes with Macadamia and Stewed Prunes and the Guinness Braised Beef Cheek. If you like something a bit lighter, try the Crabmeat Salad with Mango and Cucumber. Kids will be immersed in a host of interactive entertainment between 12pm to 2pm, which includes balloon sculpting.

From $42++/pax and $21++/child (7 to 12 years old). Children under 6 dine free.
Time: 11.30am to 3pm.

Level 2, Regent Singapore
1 Cuscaden Rd, Singapore 249715
6725 3232 / [email protected]

Could there be any better way to celebrate the end of Lent than with the cuisine of the Roman Catholic nation? At Regent’s Basilico, they have a whole array of food and activities for diners to enjoy. For their Easter spread, look forward to lush offerings of Oven-baked New Zealand Lamb Carre, alongside a fresh pasta station and traditional Easter desserts. The festivities aren’t just as Basilico: the Tea Lounge (from $75++) and Dolcetto by Basilico are also participating. With the latter bringing to you a Craft Your Own Easter Eggs ($60/ea) session that’ll be perfect for gifting to a loved one.

From $148++/pax and $74++/child (5 to 12 years old). Kids under the age of 5 enjoy complimentary dining.
Time: 12pm to 3pm

Shangri-La Hotel
22 Orange Grove Rd, Singapore 258350
6213 4398 / [email protected]

Shangri-La is going all out this Easter. Across all their restaurants you can look forward to scrumptious Easter brunches boasting gourmet delicacies. Other highlights include an enchanted Mushroom Chocolate Workshop where kids get to bring home their own creation as well as a mini chef’s toque and apron. There will also be an exhilarating egg hunt from at 10.30am and 2pm that will have you scouring the hotel for the hidden treasures. Last but not least, Shangri-La is also offering a special Enchanted Easter Room Package for bookings made before 10 April for stays between 15 to 25 April which includes bonus Easter Goodies and $100 dining credit.

For room reservations, you can call 6213 4002 or email [email protected].

Easter Buffets are at various prices for each dining outlet.
The Enchanted Mushroom Chocolate Workshop is $128 nett per child with two accompanying adults.
You can register at

The Oakwood Executive Club
6 Shenton Way #07-01
OUE Downtown 1, Singapore 068809
6812 6050 / [email protected]

Sit back, relax, and enjoy a magnificent Easter buffet spread while looking out over an infinity pool. At The Oakwood Executive Club, they have the usual favourites on offer such as Seafood on Ice and an a la minute pasta station. With their outdoor barbecue pit all fired up, you can anticipate tantalising grills like Satays and Grilled Tiger Prawns, as well as steaks cooked just the way you like it. Also on call are a myriad of appetisers, cold cuts and cheeses. To end it off on a high, there will be Easter themed desserts done with a modern twist, including Mango and Yuzu Mousse Rabbit Cake and Dark Chocolate Raspberry Cake with Peanut Butter Crunch, to name a few.

From $68++/pax and $38++/child (from 7 to 11 years old).
Time: 12pm to 3pm.

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