Celebrate Easter in Singapore with our eggs-travagant list of dining options.

Head down to 10 at Claymore for an Easter Egg-travaganza brunch from noon till 3pm ($75++ with free flowing fresh juices; $95++ with free flowing wine and beer; $135++ with free flowing wine, beer and champagne) or dinner ($55) for fresh catch from the high seas.

Delight in an eggs-tensive buffet spread of Asian and International cuisine at Aquamarine ($58++ for lunch, noon till 2:30pm; $78++ for dinner, 6:30-10:30pm).

Taste a fusion of Asian delicacies at award-winning buffet restaurant, Azur, with their Easter brunch ($52++; 12:30-3:30pm) filled with an egg-inspired menu (refer to image below).

Celebrate Easter Sunday with a 3-course set meal ($65++; 12-5pm) that includes a starter buffet at French bistro, Brasserie Wolf.

For a sumptuous meal, dig into a variety of seafood and Easter eggs at Carousel’s Easter lunch ($68++) from 11:30am-2:30pm.

Treat yourself to a spread of mouth-watering dishes at Checkers Brasserie’s Easter brunch ($138++) from noon till 3pm. The buffet includes fresh international seafood and traditional Italian Easter bread.

If you feel like splurging a little, Dolce Vita offers an Easter Sunday brunch ($188 with free-flow of Ruinart R de Ruinart Brut NV bubbly; from noon till 3pm) that features savory items such as braised oxtail-foie gras cannelloni.

Celebrate Easter in Singapore at Ellenborough Market Café at any time of the day: lunch buffet at $50++, high tea at $38++ or dinner buffet at $56++.

Graze will be serving a special 3-course set meal ($98 for two) with complimentary homemade apple and cinnamon hot cross buns this Easter Sunday.

Renowned for their Sunday buffet brunches fit for a king, the Easter Vintage Champagne Brunch at Greenhouse ($183; from 11am-1pm or 1:30-3:30pm) is another such occasion, with a free flow of 2002 Moët & Chandon.

Starting an early Easter celebration on Friday, il Lido has a six-course Easter Weekend Luncheon ($68++; noon till 2:30pm) that’s available April 6-8 (see image below).

The Knolls presents an Easter Brunch ($188++; 12:30pm) by chefs from the finest Michelin-star restaurants. Hunt for three coveted eggs and stand to win the grand prize: two nights’ accommodation at the award-winning Ayana Resort and Spa in Bali.

Singapore’s largest Italian mozzarella bar, Latteria, offers a unique Easter four-course set menu ($68++; noon till 2:30pm, 6-11pm) that includes a heavenly Burratina with garden-fresh Zucchini and Mint.

The Line serves Easter Sunday brunch ($98; from noon till 3pm) with free-flowing juices and soft drinks or free-flowing alcoholic beverages ($138). Easter Sunday dinner ($72) is available from 6:30-10:30pm.

 For a 4-course Easter set menu at $88++ (refer to image of Pork Rib Soup below), settle into the elegant Novus Restaurant for lunch or dinner in a beautifully restored architecture setting.

Couples can enjoy an assortment of sweet and savory nibbles at $40++ for two with an Easter High-tea Set at Pantry at The Stables, available from 3-6pm.

The Easter brunch at Ristorante Bologna features Italian specialties such as Eggplant Parmigiana and Champagne Panna Cotta ($78++; noon till 2:30pm). Refer to image below.

If you’re a small eater, Easter High Tea ($40) is available at The Rose Veranda from 11:30am-2:30pm or 3-6pm including a selection of chocolate Easter items.

A feast awaits at The White Rabbit with an Easter brunch buffet ($98) available from 10:30am-1pm for the early-risers and 1-3pm if you want to catch up on that beauty sleep.

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