What better way to relish languid weekend mornings than with a leisurely brunch?

For Bubbly: Keyaki at Pan Pacific Singapore

Pop by Keyaki at Pan Pacific Singapore to try their newly revamped bubbly brunch menu, which allows diners a truly customisable Japanese brunch experience. Pick the dishes that suit you best from a selection of five options per course in okonomi style, which means ‘as you like it’ in Japanese. This is in contrast to the more popular omakase, where the chef chooses which dishes are served.

Make your way through the eight courses (which include sashimi, agemono, teppanyaki and dessert) paired with a specially-curated selection of free-flow bubbly such as Laurent Perrier Brut NV, sparkling Akazaru shochu, Mio sparkling sake, and Manzairaku Kaga umeshu soda. And with the Japanese koi pond and rooftop garden just outside, you’ve got all you need for a relaxing weekend afternoon.

Don’t miss: Steamed oysters topped with tofu refuse and salmon roe; prawn and avocado with wasabi sauce; and seared beef with ponzu sauce

Priced $75 (without alcohol), $135 (free-flow selected bubbly, sake, Tiger Beer and wines)

 Level 4 Pan Pacific Singapore, 7 Raffles Boulevard. Tel: 6336 8111

For When You’re On Top of the World: LeVeL33

Up on the 33th floor of Marina Bay Financial Centre, urban craft-brewery LeVeL33 serves up a brunch with a jaw-dropping view. Helmed by executive chef Jimi Tegerdine, the kitchen dishes up European classics seasoned with a sprinkling of influences from Asia—think crispy pork belly, confit salmon and beef tataki.

Be prepared to drink your way through the meal: the bartenders at LeVeL33 mix up a refreshing homemade cooler ($4)  in three varieties, passion fruit and pineapple, blueberry  and cinnamon lime, and giner beer plus blood orange. And for a small additional fee ($6.50), you can have it topped up with LeVeL33’s own house-brewed craft beer.

Confit Salmon ($15)

Don’t miss: Bacon “man cakes ($15)”; beef tataki ($24); soft shelled crab with crispy pork belly & green mango with Blond lager chili jam ($18); confit salmon with strips of avocado tossed in herb oil and squid ink ($15)

#33-01 Marina Bay Financial Centre Tower 1, 8 Marina Boulevard. Tel: 6834 3133

For Something New: Ginett Restaurant & Wine Bar

New kid on the block Ginett opened just last month in Singapore’s hip and happening Arts District in Middle Road. The buzzy Parisian-style bistro and wine bar on Hotel G’s ground floor boasts an impressive U-shaped bar, complete with a four-tier wine glass rack hanging imposingly above it. Here, it’s happy hour prices all day as their list of over 70 French wines sport wallet-friendly prices, from $6 per glass and $30 a bottle. The restaurant imports directly from the wineries to maintain such affordable prices. Ginett’s a la carte food menu sees hearty salads, pastas and sandwiches, as well as premium meats like Australian Angus beef (from $40), and Kurobuta pork ($24) fired up on a grill of apple wood charcoal.

On weekends, the restaurant offers a special brunch menu from 11am to 4pm, featuring brunch favourites like eggs benedict and smoked salmon egg cocotte—perfect for a breezy weekend get-together. Washed down with excellent French wines, of course!

Don’t miss: Mac & cheese with ham and gruyere ($9); duck gravy with two sunny side up eggs and crispy hash browns ($10); and the brunch staple you can’t do without: eggs benedict with an English muffin and potatoes ($10)

200 Middle Road. Tel: 6809 7989

For Kids: Edge at Pan Pacific Singapore

Starting from 2 April, Edge’s new theatrical Sunday brunch promises fun for the whole family. You may recall that Edge was the best buffet in Singapore on our annual list of Singapore’s Top Restaurants in 2016. Back with a refreshed selection of gourmet treats, the brunch now boasts an all-new crudo bar with Atlantic salmon and torched mustard-marinated Wagyu, in addition to the ever-popular caviar bar and seafood on ice live station.

Also new to the (cheese) table is a range of artisanal Irish cheeses, which join 30 existing varieties ion offer, including the very popular Raclette. Just step up to the live station and request to have it slathered over your accompaniment of choice.

Best of all: children will love the newly added dessert corner for kids, which includes a chocolate fountain, cotton candy machine and even a Pierrot Gourmand gummy display.

Edge's theatrical Sunday champagne brunch is one of our go-to brunch restaurants around town

The spread at Edge’s theatrical Sunday champagne brunch

Don’t miss: Porcini mushroom tortello served with chopped truffles and parmigiana crème; Tajima Wagyu striploin; and chocolate lava cake live station

Price per child: $64
Price per adult: $128 (without alcohol), from $188 (free-flow selected wines, beers and cocktails)

Level 3 Pan Pacific Singapore, 7 Raffles Boulevard. Tel: 6826 8240

For Something Traditional: Pete’s Place

Long-standing Italian restaurant Pete’s Place serves up an authentic family-friendly Sunday brunch that every brunch fan should try at least once. We’re especially fond of this restaurant—we gave Pete’s Place a nod for its dedicated and long service just last year on our round-up of top restaurants in town.

 Don’t miss: live stations with freshly hand-made pasta, signature 48-hours dough pizzas, freshly shucked oysters and other seafood

Price per child: from $29
Price per adult: from $48 (without alcohol), from $78 (inclusive of beverage package, which includes free-flow prosecco, Italian wines, Tiger draft, Aperol spritz and Campari cocktails)

Grand Hyatt Singapore Hotel, 10 Scotts Road. Tel: 6738 1234


Cover: Ginett

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