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14 Weekend Hotel Brunch Buffets In Singapore You Deserve For Surviving The Work Week

Brunch buffets in Singapore

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Weekends are made for spoiling ourselves, and that’s exactly what we plan on doing. Here are 14 lavish brunch buffets at Singapore’s hotels that certainly don’t scrimp on the fresh seafood spreads and tender meat carvings – all you have to do is grab a plate, and keep going back for seconds. 

1. Basilico at Regent Hotel – foie gras counter

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When we head over to a buffet, we’re determined to get our money’s worth. So when you’re at Basilico, there’s every reason to make return trips to their dedicated foie gras counter. The foie gras is pan-seared on the spot, so you can expect it to be crisp on the outside but buttery soft as your teeth sink in. 

But before you fill up on the foie gras, take a little of everything. There are 50 hard and soft Italian cheeses including generous shares of buffalo mozzarella and burrata cheese, chilled seafood like fresh lobster and crabs, as well as a carving station with roasted turkey and lamb. 

The dessert table is just as crowded with a variety of cakes, mousse, and tarts, so you’ll be ending off brunch on a sweet note. 

Weekend brunch hours: Sat to Sun: 12PM – 3PM
Address: 1 Cuscaden Road, Regent Singapore, Singapore 249715
Telephone: 6725 3232


  • $83/adult
  • $127/adult with free-flow prosecco, wines and beers
  • $153/adult with free-flow champagne, wines and beers


  • $108/adult
  • $152/adult with free-flow prosecco, wines and beers
  • $178/adult with free-flow champagne, wines and beers


2. Lime at Parkroyal on Pickering – matcha chocolate fondue

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Parkroyal on Pickering is one of the CBD’s most recognisable building with greenery spilling everywhere, but with its restaurant Lime, now you’ve got all the more reason to head down. Sample their fresh Fine de Claire Oysters, Maine Lobsters, and King Crab during your Sunday brunch here.

This brunch will definitely outdo all others with their generous serves of fresh lobster meat, found in dishes such as their 65 Degree Sous-vide Egg with Lobster and Lobster Hokkien Noodles

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But save some room for their Matcha Chocolate Fondue Fountain, especially when you get to soak up all that matcha goodness with marshmallows and gummy bears. There’ll also be other desserts like mini Magnum ice cream and muah chee up for grabs. 

Weekend brunch hours: Sun: 12:30PM – 3:30PM
Address: 3 Upper Pickering Street, Parkroyal on Pickering, Singapore 058289
Telephone: 6809 8899

  • $82/adult
  • $158/adult with free-flow MUMM champagne, house wines, beers


3. Bar & Billiard Room at Raffles Hotel – free-flow Singapore Slings

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Bar & Billiard Room’s Sunday champagne brunch is filled with a spread of seafood and tender roasts worth getting out of bed for. Fill your plate with their uni shells crammed with crabmeat, caviar and uni, as well as their fresh seafood on ice – Boston lobsters, prawns and freshly-shucked oysters. 

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If that’s too much seafood for you, there’s also plenty of Sunday roast to go around: pork ribs, beef tenderloin, duck breast, and lamb. It also comes with free-flow alcohol, including the famous Singapore Sling which was invented in this very bar. 

Weekend brunch hours: Sun: 12PM – 3PM
Address: 1 Beach Road, Raffles Hotel, Singapore 189673
Telephone: 6337 1886

  • $158/adult with free-flow wines, beer, and Singapore Slings
  • $178/adult with free-flow Billecart-Salmon Brut Reserve, wines, beer, and Singapore Slings
  • $198/adult with free-flow Billecart-Salmon Brut Rose, wines, beer, and Singapore Slings


4. Ash & Elm at InterContinental Singapore – caviar bar

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We’ve got a winner here with InterContinental Singapore’s Ash & Elm, especially when they’ve got a caviar bar dishing out various types of caviar from around the world. Varieties include: Kaluga Queen, Avruga, Ebiko, Ikura, and Tobiko. 

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While they’ve got a fresh seafood spread – which comes with fresh lobsters and oysters –  they’ve also got an a la carte menu of tasting platters. These tasting platters are part of the buffet and made-to-order, so you can order as many as you can chow down. Some choices include pan-seared scallops and pan-fried duck foie gras on brioche. 

For those who are after conventional breakfast dishes, there are also Eggs Benedict and Eggs En Cocotte (baked eggs). Champagne comes free-flow, as do Bloody Mary Cocktails, so knock yourself out.

Weekend brunch hours: Sun: 12PM – 3PM
Address: 80 Middle Road, InterContinental Singapore, Singapore, 188966
Telephone: 6338 7600

  • $98/adult with free-flow DIY Bloody Mary cocktails
  • $138/adult with free-flow Taittinger Brut, house wines, and DIY Bloody Mary cocktails


5. Brasserie Les Saveurs at The St. Regis Singapore – 1h pre-brunch cocktail sesh

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Having a buffet brunch at Brasserie Les Saveurs isn’t anything like your typical brunch affair. It starts with a complimentary hour of aperitifs at the Astor Bar from 11AM to 12PM, where you can pick out a cocktail or two. While this restaurant has a massive display of seafood on ice – Boston lobsters, langoustines, oysters, and clams – it also does justice to its savoury, cooked dishes.

You’re certainly welcome to walk around to admire the buffet spread, but there’ll also be dishes that are “passed-around”, meaning that the waiter will come around to your table to serve up bites like French Scallop Carpaccio and Yellowfin Tuna Confit. But wait up, you’ve also got a choice to make for your main – this place goes all out and offers a buffet and main course.

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Choose from mains like Beef Striploin or Pan-roasted Duck Breast. And we’re not even at the desserts yet. The dessert table is an elegant set-up, featuring flutes with swirled cream and berry-topped tarts. There’ll be live jazz performances every Sunday too. 

Weekend brunch hours: Sun: 12PM – 3PM (11AM for complimentary hour of aperitifs) 
Address: 29 Tanglin Road, The St. Regis Singapore, Singapore, 247911
Telephone: 6506 6860

  • $148/adult
  • $180/adult with free-flow wines and Tiger beer
  • $195/adult with free-flow ‘R’ de Ruinart Brut NV, wines, and Tiger Beer
  • $395/adult with free-flow Krug Grand Cuvée NV, wines, and Tiger beer


6. Beach Road Kitchen at JW Marriott – cold seafood room

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At Beach Road Kitchen, the seafood – both smoked and fresh – get their very own temperature-controlled room. Try the Seared Tuna Tataki or fleshy Canadian lobsters. The freshly-shucked French Oysters are also worth another trip back. 

Seafood paella with mussels, prawns, clams, lobster and scallops.
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Other dishes worth trying are their wood-fired pizzas, and plates from their charcoal grill section – choose from meats like Iberico pork and short ribs or seafood like prawns and squid.  For dessert, there are profiteroles filled with cream, a live waffle and crepe station, and a range of classic ice-cream flavours. 

Weekend brunch hours: Sun: 12PM – 2:30PM
Address: 30 Beach Road, JW Marriott, Singapore 189763
Telephone: 6818 1913

  • $108/adult
  • $178/adult for free-flow Taittinger Brut champagne, selected housepour wines, and Peroni Draught beer
  • $198/adult for free-flow Taittinger Rose and Brut champagne, selected housepour wines, and Peroni Draught beer


7. Edge at Pan Pacific Singapore – baby lamb tacos

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Pan Pacific Singapore’s Edge has a Sunday brunch that puts out plenty of live stations, so the food you’re served promises to be freshly-made and piping-hot. Try their seafood too: it comes with Canadian oysters and snow crab legs, along with a tangy scallop ceviche.

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Make a point to try their Whole Baby Lamb Taco Station – the meat is carved upon request and slotted in a crisp tortilla shell, mixed with tomato salsa and other veggies. You can also look forward to the Botanical Gin Station which has 7 gin labels, and the dessert table, which comes with chocolate lava cake and fresh waffles. 

Weekend brunch hours: Sun: 12PM – 3PM
Address: 7 Raffles Boulevard, Level 3, Pan Pacific Singapore, Singapore 039595
Telephone: 6826 8240

  • $128/adult
  • $188/adult with free-flow Veuve Clicquot Brut Yellow Label champagne
  • $208/adult with free-flow Veuve Clicquot Rose champagne


8. Kwee Zeen at Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa – alfresco dining with ocean views

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Make your way down to the seaside at Sentosa where Kwee Zeen lies. This particular restaurant offers up a mix of French fare and Pan-Asian specialties, so you can eat a large range of dishes from Veal Blanquette (veal stew) to Katong Laksa.

They also offer up seafood from all over the world. For crab alone, they’ve got flower crab from Indonesia, brown crab from Holland, mud crab from Indonesia, and dungeness crab from the US. 

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Their other live stations include a range of local food like satay and popiah, as well as grilled foods like Tom Yum Grilled Fish. Since there’s both indoors and alfresco seating, you might want to sit outside to enjoy a sweeping ocean view – there’ll be a cool sea breeze so you won’t have to worry about the heat. 

Weekend brunch hours: Sun: 12:30PM – 3:30PM
Address: 2 Bukit Manis Road, Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa, Sentosa, Singapore 099891
Telephone: 6708 8310

  • $138/adult
  • $168/adult with free-flow Taittinger champagne


9. The Line at Shangri-La Hotel Singapore – 6 different roasts

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It might sound a tad heavy for brunch, but a Sunday roast isn’t anything without huge chunks of tender meat. The Line at Shangri-La Hotel Singapore has six different roasts, including a 48-hour Wagyu Beef Leg and 200-day Grain-fed Australian Striploin.

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Don’t leave without trying something from their dessert table, especially when it’s packed with a delish spread of cakes and other colourful sweet treats. 

Weekend brunch hours: Sun: 12PM – 3PM
Address: 22 Orange Grove Road, Lower Lobby, Tower Wing, Shangri-La Hotel Singapore, Singapore, 258350
Telephone: 6213 4275

  • $98/adult
  • $138/adult with free-flow champagne and wine


10. Oscar’s at Conrad Centennial Singapore – charcoal BBQ lobsters

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There’s so much food at Oscar’s at Conrad Centennial Singapore that you’ll be tempted to grab a bit of everything. And we mean everything, from an organic egg station that comes with a huge array of toppings – like smoked salmon, foie gras, and pulled braised brisket – to a charcoal BBQ station with lobsters. 

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There’s also a salad bar that stretches on for 4 metres, filled with 30 or so bowls of fresh produce including chia seeds, quinoa, and pomegranate seeds. But save some space for dessert, especially when there’s Liquid Nitrogen Sorbet that comes in unique flavours like pineapple and sweet potato. 

Weekend brunch hours: Sun: 12:30PM – 3:30PM
Address: 2 Temasek Boulevard, Conrad Centennial Singapore, Singapore, 038982
Telephone: 6432 7481

  • $98/adult
  • $128/adult with free-flow sparkling and house wines, draft beers, and Gin & Tonic
  • $168/adult with free-flow champagne, premium wines, bottled Hitachino Nest craft beers, and Gin & Tonics


11. Adrift by David Myers at Marina Bay Sands – seafood buffet with choice of main

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A brunch sesh at Marina Bay Sand’s Adrift by David Myers includes a huge pile of seafood, ranging from oysters to house-made smoked salmon. There’s also a selection of sashimi, so get your dollop of wasabi and soy sauce ready. On top of all that, you get to choose a main here – pick between savoury dishes like King Crab and Pimento Cheese Omelette or sweet treats like Ricotta Pancakes

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There’ll be a spread of desserts, but you can choose one specially-prepared dessert dish from the menu. We’ve got our eye on the Crepe Souffle which comes with vanilla-poached mango and long peppercorn cream. 

Weekend brunch hours: Sat – Sun: 12PM – 3PM
Address: 10 Bayfront Avenue, Hotel Lobby Tower 2, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore, 018956
Telephone: 6688 5657

  • $88/adult
  • $158/adult with free-flow champagne, wines, beer, and seasonal fruit cocktails


12. Manhattan at Regent Hotel – cocktail brunch

Choose from a variety of toppings to make your own Boozy Milkshake.
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This particular brunch is just for the adults – it’s go heavy or go home with their copious amounts of alcohol. From craft cocktails to boozy milkshakes, there’s much to drink here, but don’t worry: there’s also plenty to feast on. Their delicatessen counter offers a solid selection of salads, cold cuts, and freshly-baked breads but the seafood spread with oysters and Maine lobsters is what goes best with cocktails.

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If you’re looking for something heartier, they also have a roast-of-the-day special as well as a cheese station. Feel free to order unlimited mains off the menu too, where you can fill up on dishes like Smoked Foie Gras and Fish “N” Chips. Those who get sugar cravings will enjoy digging into a platter of Manhattan Baked Alaska

Weekend brunch hours: Sun: 12PM – 3PM
Address: 1 Cuscaden Road, Regent Singapore, Singapore, 249715
Telephone: 6725 3377

  • $119/adult
    $150/adult with free-flow cocktails, wines, and beers
    $195/adult with free-flow cocktails, wines, beers, and Billecart-Salmon Brut Reserve Champagne


13. Cafe Swiss at Swissôtel The Stamford – child-friendly with playground

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Spend some quality time with your family at Cafe Swiss – they’re so child-friendly that they’ve got a pop-up playground along with various entertainers like a balloonist and magician. Let’s applaud them on the food front too, since they’ve got a huge spread that rivals most hotels’ dinner buffets. 

Start with appetisers like Organic Sous Vide Chicken and Oven-roasted Assorted Mushrooms, before making your way to their various live stations. Whether you’re up for freshly-made risotto or grilled German sausages, this place’s got it all. You can even make your own yong tau foo!

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Before you’ve stuffed yourself too much, try a Lemon Tart Meringue or New York Style Cheesecake from the dessert selection.

Weekend brunch hours: Sun: 12:30PM – 3:30PM
Address: 2 Stamford Road, Swissôtel The Stamford, Singapore 178882 
Telephone: 6431 6156

  • $80/adult, $40/child
  • $110/adult with free-flow sparkling and house wines

Special: For every two paying adults, first child dines for free while second child enjoys the buffet for $8 only. Till 31 Dec 2018.


14. Triple Three at Mandarin Gallery – Teppanyaki live station

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So much seafood at Mandarin Gallery’s Triple Three – all those King Crab pincers, mussels, and oysters waiting to be devoured. But don’t worry if you’re not a fan of seafood, there are plenty of live stations here, so can eat your share of teppanyaki, roast meats, dim sum, Indian curries – the list goes on and on. 

Even though it’s a buffet, the food almost looks too pretty to eat when it’s plated like this Pan-seared Scallop with Avocado Puree.
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Once you’ve had your share of savouries, dive straight into the dessert offerings. Take a giant slab of Blackforest Cake that’s oozing chocolate cherry goodness or try the more exotic Yuzu Sponge Cake. You can also fix up your own cheese plate – parmesan, cheddar, camembert, brie, and plenty more to choose from. 

Weekend brunch hours: Sun: 12PM – 3PM
Address: 333 Orchard Road, Mandarin Orchard Singapore, Singapore 238867
Telephone: 6831 6271

  • $118/adult
  • $148/adult with free-flow Chandon Brut sparkling wine

Special: 1-for-1 lunch for adults when payment is made using a DBS/POSB/UOB credit or debit card.


Weekend brunch buffets in hotels

 From freshly-shucked oysters to free-flow glasses of champagne, these weekend brunch buffets are worth the splurge. No worries, it’s easy to eat back your money’s worth at all of these hotels. Have a leisurely weekend brunch, and load up your plate with standout foods like fresh seafood, seared foie gras, and all-you-can-eat caviar.

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