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Singapore’s Top Boozy Brunch Spots For The Weekend

We have a sneaking suspicion that weekend brunch was created solely to allow us to survive the week without going crazy. But drinking breakfast is a whole new level of self-indulgence. Ah, may God bless the brilliant mind behind this concept. So, come on, gather your drinking companions and toast to these boozy brunches in Singapore that provide an abundance of delicious cuisine along with free-flowing champagne and specialty cocktails!

10 Bottomless Brunch Places To Visit in Singapore

The Estate at Hilton Orchard

The Grand Sunday Champagne Brunch Buffet at Estate redefines what it means to feast with a mouth-watering and opulent brunch extravaganza featuring a fantastic assortment of gourmet treats, unending bubbly, nostalgic traditional games, and fun kid-friendly activities. A wide variety of delectable seafood options, such as tiger prawns, snow crabs, and scallops, as well as three varieties of unlimited freshly shucked oysters, including Canadian, Irish, and Fine de Claire, are among the array of alluring options. Comforting classic brunch favourites, such as the Classic Beef Wellington with black truffle sauce, are also among the alluring selections.

While adults may indulge in delights that are almost too beautiful to eat, kids can go “gaga” at the cotton candy station. For a drunken Sunday, top up for Laurent Perrier Champagne that is available at no additional cost. Wines are a great alternative to sparkling beverages if you like. Go to the Do-It-Yourself cocktail bar to create your own drinks if you’re a cocktail connoisseur who wants greater control over your libations!

Cost: For adults, S$158+ (food only) and S$188+ (with free flow Laurent-Perrier Champagne, White Wine, Red Wine, & Do-It-Yourself Cocktail Bar)

For children aged between 6 and 12, S$79+ each. Young children (5 and under) are not charged for meals.

​Colony at The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore

Enjoy one of the best champagne brunches in Singapore together with endless servings of the Colony’s seven conservatory kitchens’ finest traditional fare! The Vintage Champagne Brunch at Colony is a fail-safe option if you’re ever unsure where to go for brunch. The Colony offers the best renditions of regional, Chinese, Indian, Indonesian, Malaysian, and Western cuisines from around the globe to sate any appetites. You’ll be spoiled for choice between the finest seafood, such as snow crab, langoustine, and freshly shucked oysters, and the mouth-watering Colony laksa with handcrafted lobster ball.

Enjoy the wide selection of handcrafted chocolate cookies, truffles, and barks that executive pastry chef Richard Long has created for all of you dessert lovers. To top it all off this weekend, indulge in an endless supply of your preferred alcoholic beverage. Treat yourself to a dish of Oscietra caviar and unlimited Champagne if you’re feeling very posh.

Cost: For adults, S$198+

Kwee Zeen Restaurant at Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa

Visit Sofitel Sentosa Kwee Zeen on the weekend to enjoy the greatest and largest buffet on the island, which includes free-flowing champagne and shucked oysters.

Offering maritime treasures including juicy prawns, fresh sashimi, a variety of caviar, Boston lobsters, and more, enjoy the day’s best catch while relaxing in a tropical setting. Try the caviar, combine it with other seafood, or even make a small caviar pancake on your own! Prepare to be awed by the committed chefs as they serve up tender carved meat and decadent waffles at more than 15 live stations.

Kwee Zeen has an exclusive Le Petit Prince & Princess Corner with over 15 gorgeous tasty delicacies for your little princes and princesses. Every child will have a dream experience, complete with butter popcorn and chocolate doughnuts. Finally, take a leisurely stroll to Tanjong Beach to slow down and give yourself some time to unwind.

Cost: For adults, S$138+ (for food) and additional S$55+ (for free-flow wine and beer) and S$75 (for champagne)

Gabbar Bistro & Bar

Normally, you wouldn’t think to have brunch here because it’s in the hopping Clarke Quay entertainment zone, but Gabbar Bistro & Bar suggests you should. Delicious Indian-fusion food is served at Gabbar Bistro & Bar, which also has a lively, genuine Indian and Bollywood vibe. In order to offer a wide selection of cuisines, Gabbar created the Gabbar bottomless brunch, which was inspired by numerous street delicacies from all around the Indian continent.

The Eggs Kejriwal, one of the top 10 must-have street foods in New York, is a must-have at this location. Other well-liked dishes include the Bombay Pav Bahji with a unique twist that promises to win your heart and the Amritsari Chole Kulche, a freshly roasted and ground masala with a delicious dark gravy. Enjoy Clarke Quay’s outdoor views while cooling off with the classic Paan Ice Cream.

Cost: Get any 3 courses for S$35, and if you want to drink, add S$50 for two hours of unlimited drinks from up to six different menus. Beer on tap, Grey Goose, Mimosas, Chardonnay, Hendricks, and Merlot are among the available libations.

Akira Back

The Sunday Flowing Brunch at Akira Back, which combines contemporary Japanese cuisine with Korean influences, is a great opportunity to try some of their offerings. Enjoy their sushi rolls like Tajima striploin with shrimp tempura and kimchi peach emulsion as well as their tuna pizza with umami aioli and truffle oil, Soul Mate (sweet prawn, uni, and tosa jelly), and more.

Enjoy it while sipping a flight of sake or an endless supply of Suntory drinks!

Time: Sundays- 12:00 pm to 02:30 pm

Cost: S$88+ per individual

The sake flight costs an additional $48+ per passenger

A further S$58+ per person is needed for Suntory drinks

5 on 25

On March 19, 2022, the Cantonese restaurant 5 On 25 at the Andaz Singapore opened its first Weekend Dim Sum Club. It offers over 25 different Cantonese delicacies on its à la carte menu, including the Deep-Fried Duck Roll, Scallop Siew Mai with Fish Roe, Honey Barbecue Pork Puff Pastry, Fried Rice with Wagyu Beef and Truffle Sauce, and Braised Ee-fu Noodles with Prawns in Lobster Sauce, which are all dishes created by head Chinese chef Lim Hong Lih.

Cost: You can enjoy unlimited Delamotte champagne, beers, and organic sparkling teas for an extra S$78. 

Time: Weekend hours- 12:00 pm to 2:30 pm

Siri House

For a brunch in the restaurant’s spacious outside area, Siri House has tied up with the champagne brand Veuve Clicquot. The spread includes 13 brunch dishes to split, including grilled beef ribeye, chorizo arancini, mozzarella-stuffed octopus, and lobster scrambled eggs. A dish of bread and pastries, as well as ice cream and a variety of macarons, are also provided. There is only one table available for brunch, which requires a seven-day advance reservation. So, book your spot right away before you lose your chance!

Time: Weekends- 11:30 am to 01:30 pm

Cost: Minimum booking requirement is 5 people at S$70+ per head

Lavo Singapore

Save your weekends for the renowned Sunday champagne brunch at the Italian eatery. A la carte favourites like wagyu meatball pizza, prime hanger steak, and truffle crab salad will whet your appetite. Add unlimited Veuve Clicquot champagne to take it up a notch!

This is perfect for a weekend afternoon, when you just want to chill and have with a few of your friends!

Time: Sundays from 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm

Cost: $98+ per person (just for the buffet), $168+ with unlimited champagne, $188+ with unlimited Moet Rose, and $398+ with unlimited Dom Perignon

Madame Fan

Bring all of your weekend antics to Madame Fan! The restaurant meets all dim sum desires with bottomless steamed and fried options during the “Dim sum, drink sum” brunch. Not only this, you better prepare your chopsticks for the main courses as well. We’re looking at jasmine tea-smoked ribs, braised sliced abalone, and pan-fried wagyu beef with foie gras! Regarding cocktails? Try the East Mule or Golden Elixir (vodka, kaffir lime, frangelico, and ginger beer) (whisky, apple cordial and amaretto).

Time: On weekends and holidays- 11:00 am to 1:00 pm and 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm

Cost: $88+ per person, $58+ with free-flowing champagne, cocktails, wines, and beers, $78+ with free-flowing sodas, Chinese teas, and cocktails

Nothing beats meeting up with your girlfriends over a few sparkling pours on the weekends. Having a buzzed brunch after a long week at work is the perfect way to pamper yourself. So, come on, don’t wait any longer and book your spot at your favourite brunch place for the weekend today!

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