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Mar 14, 2013|
To raise awareness for rabbit adoption, Rabbit Society Singapore will visit the Easter brunch at Alkaff Mansion Ristorante on March 31. Diners get to meet real live rabbits (that were rescued by the association) while digging into an Italian feast. It’s available 11:30am-3:30pm at $128.
Wake up early on March 31 for Easter Sunday at Au Jardin, a French brunch spread with a traditional egg hunt that lasts from 11:30am-2pm and goes for $88. Expect dishes like tempura of cod fillet with prawn beignet, cream of mushroom soup with foie gras ravioli and grilled Welsh lamb saddle with olive puree.
Celebrate Easter: The Italian Way at Basilico on March 31. The Italian spread includes a classic Easter cake Colomba Pasquale, as well as an egg hunt from noon-3pm. The buffet goes for $148, $188 (with free-flow of Prosecco and wine) or $228 (with free flow of Champagne and wine).
There’s the Easter weekend high tea buffet at Café Mosaic. The spread of international dishes includes seafood on ice, steak, local recipes such as laksa, scones, sandwiches and Easter-themed desserts. It goes for $55 and is available from noon-4pm, March 30-31.
Try Swiss classics including Landjaeger (semi-dried German sausage), chorizo, beef pastrami and eggnog tart at the Easter buffet (March 31) at Café Swiss, available for $64.
Chow down at the Easter at Edge buffet dinner ($98) at Edge on March 29-30 featuring Asian fare, with plenty of seafood and vegetarian options (in the ascetic spirit of Good Friday). On March 30, the eatery is also offering an Easter Sunday Brunch at $98 with a live roti prata station and Easter-inspired desserts such as Hot Cross Buns.
Dig into a luxurious brunch spread including oven-roasted beef, coca-cola ham and rack of lamb with mint pesto at the Easter brunch (March 31) at Equinox Restaurant. To wash the food down, there’s free-flow Moët & Chandon Impérial Champagne, plus Easter-themed cocktails. The meal goes for $188.
The Easter Brunch in a Forest at Forest includes specialty canapés like chocolate covered cherry tomatoes on the vine as well as seafood on ice, dim sum and barbecue meats. It’s available on March 31 from 11:30am-4pm at $88 or $108 (with free flow of Heineken).
Get whimsical at the Alice in Wonderland-themed Easter Sunday lunch on March 31 at Hotel Fort Canning. Held at the Garden Terrace, the lunch includes sweets such as Hot Cross Buns, Easter carrot cake, and a chocolate fondue tower. It’ll be on from noon-3pm and costs $68.
Capella Singapore’s new executive chef David Senia presents Lamb Pascal and a free flow of Taittinger Champage as part of the Mediterranean buffet at The Knolls, which is on from 12:30pm onwards on March 31 and goes for $198.
For some inventive little bites, head to The Line’s Easter Sunday Brunch Buffet (March 31) including dishes like angelic eggs, Cumberland sausages in rosemary breadcrumbs, and yam nest with fried mozzarella stuffed risotto balls. The spread is priced at $108 (with unlimited fresh fruit juices) and $148 (with free-flow Champagne, white and red wine, draft beer and juices).
There’s free-flow Veuve Clicquot Champagne, fresh seafood, salad, antipasti, Japanese and Indian recipes as well as large format roasts at the Easter Sunday Champagne Brunch (March 31) at the Olive Tree. The buffet is on from 11:45am-3pm at $128.
Chef Steve Kaye has come up with a number of blackboard specials for the Egg-stra Special Easter at Picotin Express. Dishes include classic goat’s cheese salad, lamb shoulder and black forest gateau. The menu will be served from noon onwards from March 29-31.
The Easter brunch (March 31) at Senso Ristorante & Bar is a buffet including Easter bread, roasted lamb shoulder, rabbit ragout and homemade chocolates. It’s on from 11:30am-3:30pm at $138.
Dine surrounded by lush greenery at the Waterfall Cafe’s Easter Sunday Brunch Buffet (March 31) with festive Mediterranean-inspired items is priced at $78 or $116 (with free-flowing sparkling, white, rosé and red wine).
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