Time to refresh your egg-hunting skills because Easter is almost here.

But if searching for colourful, painted eggs isn’t up your alley, perhaps going for a buffet spread might make your Easter even more egg-citing.

As if Singaporeans needed an extra reason to go for buffets.

Even if you’re not one to have celebrations over Easter, going for a buffet spread is always a fun idea. Well, on your cheat day, that is.

The 12 restaurants below will be serving family-friendly Easter menus worth your weekend (and expanding waistline).

And no – the restaurants on our list won’t just be serving eggs cooked different ways.

1. AquaMarine restaurant in Marina Mandarin

Photo: Marina Mandarin

Here, kid-friendly activities include face-painting, balloon sculpting and even a bouncy castle.

Parents can treat themselves to a spread with Chef’s Specials such as 16-hour Cooked Lamb Shoulder with Orange and Fennel, Sous Vide Organic Eggs and Smoked Salmon with Spinach Herb Espuma.

For something more localised, look out for the Salted Egg Yolk Hot Cross Buns. And how could we not mention that there will be an assortment of Praline Chocolate Eggs.

It’s not Easter without some chocolate eggs.

Available on Sunday, April 16, 2017 from 12 noon to 3pm, prices start at $68++ per adult and $34++ per child (5 to 12 years old).

To reserve, call +65 6845 1111.

2. The Grand Ballroom at Ritz Carlton Hotel

Photo: Ritz Carlton

This year’s Easter buffet brunch extravaganza at the Ritz Carlton involves selections that range from a ‘live’ carving station to a chocolate buffet counter.

There will also be a special buffet area dedicated to the little ones, along with activities such as an Easter egg hunt and a guest appearance by none other than the Easter Bunny.

Adults might rejoice because this buffet is inclusive of unlimited Moët & Chandon Brut Imperial NV, house pour red or white wines, draft beer and soft drinks.

Available on Sunday, April 16, 2017 from 12pm to 3.30 pm, prices start at $178 per adult and $89 per child (6 to 12 years old).

Pre-payment is required. To reserve, call +65 6434 5288 or email rc.sinrz.restaurantreservations@ritzcarlton.com.

3. Seasonal Tastes at The Westin Singapore

Photo: The Westin Singapore

If your idea of a perfect buffet includes having unlimited sizzling steaks, The Westin Singapore would be your ideal location this Easter Sunday.

Make a beeline for the hotel’s Seasonal Tastes restaurant for a lavish

spread of steaks, fresh seafood and the usual gastronomic delights.

Prices start at $88++ to $148++ per person.

To reserve, call +65 6922 6968 or email seasonaltastes.singapore@westin.com.

4. Marriott Cafe at Marriott Hotel Tangs

Photo: Marriott Hotel

The Easter buffet spread at Marriott Cafe looks all set to sweeten your tooth.

Here’s a sneak peek of the sugared treats to be served: Hot Cross Buns and Hot Cross Bun Pudding; Chocolate Eggs and Bunnies; Easter Cupcakes; Lemon Curd Cookie Nests – honestly, we’re getting a sugar rush just listing the desserts.

Other savoury highlights include Duck Foie Gras with Red Onion Marmalade, Bagna Cauda with Fresh Vegetables and more.

Available on Sunday, April 16, 2017 from 12 noon to 3pm, prices start at $88++* / $98++** per adult and $44++ per child.

*Inclusive of free flow of soft drinks & juices

**Inclusive of free flow of sparkling wine, beer & juices

To reserve, call +65 6831 4605, or go to http://www.singaporemarriott.com/dining/reserve-a-table/

5. The White Rabbit at Dempsey

Bouncy castle, fluffy candy floss – the lil’ ones will be well taken care of if you choose to have your Easter brunch at The White Rabbit restaurant tucked away in Dempsey.

The restaurant, which is in a restored chapel, will also be serving a buffet spread of modern European classics as well as special mains for children such as haddock fish fingers and meatball linguine.

There will also be a carving station so meat lovers might want to look out for that.

Oh, and all adult diners will be entitled to one signature gin and tonic, or a glass of house wine. Adults can also have their kind of fun at Easter too!

Available on Sunday, April 16, 2017 from 10am to 3pm (selected sittings available), prices start at $98++ (first seating, 10am onwards)/ $108++ (second seating, 12.30pm onwards) per adult and $45++ per child (6 to 12 years).

To reserve, call +65 6473 9965.

6. Pete’s Place at Grand Hyatt

Who wouldn’t enjoy a good Italian meal – especially one at the rustic Pete’s Place located at the basement of Grand Hyatt Singapore.

Spending your Easter Sunday at an Italian joint like Pete’s Place will get you a good variety of pastas as well as some meat options like wood-roasted yellow chicken with lemon and rosemary and oven-roasted whole brill with sauce grenoble at the carving station.

There will even be what the restaurant calls “pass-around” pizzas to be served directly at your table by the chefs themselves.

Available on Sunday, April 16, 2017 from 11.30am to 2.30pm, prices start at $68++ per adult (non-alcoholic package, includes free-flowing fruit juices, coffee/tea*) and S$34++ per child (4 to 12 years old).

*For an additional S$30++ per person, adults can enjoy free-flowing Prosecco, Italian white and red wine, Tiger draft beer, Aperol spritz and Campari cocktails.

To reserve, call +65 6732 1234.

7. Lime’s Super Easter Sunday Lunch Buffet

Egg-lovers will find it hard to resist the Lobster Eggs Benedict featuring a 65°C Sous-vide Egg with Lobster.Photo: Park Royal Hotels

The buffet lunch spread on Easter Sunday at Parkroyal on Pickering’s Lime Restaurant will include a 65 deg C sous vide egg with asparagus, lobster and albufera emulsion.

Other highlights include roasted beef prime rib, panseared foie gras with crispy pancetta ham, quail egg and port wine, baked rock salt-crusted whole salmon and Alaskan king crab remoulade, avocado and sea urchin.

Available on April 16; 12.30 – 4.30pm, prices start from $108++ an adult, $44++ a child aged 6 – 12, Mumm Cordon Rouge NV Champagne: $88++ a bottle

To reserve, call +65 6809-8899

8. The Square @ Furama Easter Buffet

Photo: Furama Riverfront

Besides customary Easter treats, The Square at Furama RiverFront Singapore will also have Easter buffet add-ons.

Diners can expect a variety of items such as chicken pie and roast meats.

A children’s play area will have cartoon shows, activity sheets and toys as well as balloon-sculpting and face-painting (1 to 2.30pm) on Easter weekend.

Available on April 8 – 16; Lunch: noon – 2.30pm; dinner: 6 – 10.30, prices start from $70++ an adult ($20++ a child up to age 12), includes free-flow sparkling juice; add $8++ for glass of sparkling wine, house pour wine or beer

To reserve, call +65 6739-6468

9. Magic Show, Egg-hunt At Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa

Photo:Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa

A magic show and an Easter egg hunt are among the activities on Easter Sunday at Shangri-La’s Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa.

Brunch at Barnacles by the Sea will have items such as Boston lobsters, fine de claire oysters, lamb carvings and beef wellington.

The buffet dinner at Silver Shell Cafe will feature signatures such as fresh seafood on ice, seafood paella, black pepper crab and deep-fried tempura.

Available on April 16; brunch: noon – 3pm; dinner: 6 – 10pm, prices start from Brunch: $158++ an adult (free for one child up to age five, accompanied by a paying adult; $38++ for each additional child); dinner: $68++ an adult (free for one child up to age five, accompanied by a paying adult; half-price for those aged 6 – 11)

To reserve, call +65 6371-1966

10. Chocolate Animal Kingdom At Element’s Easter Buffet Brunch

Element at Amara Singapore’s Easter Sunday brunch will feature favourites such as prime roast of Australian beef and hot cross buns.

The dessert station will serve liquid nitrogen ice cream and dragon’s breath sweet. There will be hand-crafted chocolate bunnies, ducklings, chicks and eggs.

Available on April 16; 11.30am – 3pm, prices start from $68++ an adult ($98++ with free-flow champagne); $38++ a child aged 5 – 11

To reserve, call +65 6879-2607

11. Easter Goodies And Champagne Brunch At Pan Pacific

Photo: Pan Pacific

Hot cross buns, chocolate candy boxes and classic matryoshka dark chocolate are among Pacific Marketplace’s Easter takeaway goodies.

On Easter Sunday, enjoy a four-hour Champagne Brunch with unlimited Veuve Clicquot and items such as Boston lobsters and roasted USDA prime ribs.

Easter-themed desserts include an Easter chocolate garden of candies and pralines. The young ones will be entertained with an egg hunt and face and hand painting.

There is also an Easter bunny mascot.

Easter Sunday Brunch at Edge is available on April 16, noon – 4pm and Easter goodies is till April 16, prices start from $152++ an adult, $92++ a child aged six – 11, and $4+ (15% discount for orders by April 14) respectively.

To reserve, call +65 6826-8240  

12. Mitzo Easter Champagne Brunch

Photo: Mitzo

Together with its Cantonese dishes, Mitzo will be serving a selection of egg dishes for its Easter Champagne Brunch.

Highlights include deep-fried quail’s egg coated in truffle peanut sauce, scallop steamed egg in pork consomme and stir-fried egg with shredded abalone.

The little ones can join a one-hour Easter workshop.

Available on  April 15 & 16, 11.30am – 2.30pm, prices start from $88++ a person, including one cocktail, champagne, wine or beer (add $20++ for one child access to Easter workshop with a take-home playdough kit); kids under age six dine free

To reserve, call +65 6603-8855

13. Bunnylicious Easter At Grand Copthorne Waterfront

Grand Copthorne Waterfront’s Food Capital will be presenting dishes such as signature braised bobby veal shank, baked yogurt country tomato Scottish salmon and Easter desserts.

Other items include the Spanish octopus bouillabaisse and snow crab leg and scallop with roe.

Little ones will have activities such as face painting and an Easter egg hunt.

Available on April 16, noon – 2.30pm, 6.30 – 10.30pm, prices start from $88++ a person, $44++ a child

To reserve, call +65 6233-1100


– Asiaone