For the upcoming Easter weekend, treat friends and family to these egg-citing feasts around the island.

  1. Marina Bay Sands

Head to Marina Bay Sands for a lovely day out that promises fun for the whole family. Start the day at Rise restaurant, where an international buffet brunch extravaganza awaits.

Enjoy a selection of live seafood that includes freshly shucked Pacific oysters, lobster tails, scallops and tiger prawns whilst the young ones embark on a grand egg hunt with the Easter Bunny.

Be sure to order their signature lobster laksa; freshly-baked hot cross buns; Instagram-worthy Over-the-Top milkshakes in four flavours—chocolate cookie, pink cotton candy, vanilla almond and caramel—topped generously with cookies, apples and other sweets.

Date: 16 April 2017, 12.30pm to 4pm
Price: From $115. Top up $50 for free-flow beverages including champagne, wines, beer, juices and Rise’s Over-the-Top milkshake bar
Marina Bay Sands, Hotel Tower 1 lobby. Tel: 6688 5525

And for dinner, order up a hearty three-course meal for four at Cut by Wolfgang Puck.

Kaya baked alaska from Cut

Classics like prime rib steak with Yorkshire pudding are accompanied by a slate of comforting side dishes meant for sharing—keep a look out for the spring pea medley with confit bacon and poached egg.

And to end the meal on a sweet note, try Cut’s signature kaya-flavoured baked alaska dessert with coconut cake, pandan ice cream, coconut sorbet and coffee crumble.

Date: 14 to 16 April 2017, 5.30pm onwards
Price: From $600 for four persons
B1-71 Galleria Level, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands. Tel: 6688 8517

 

  1. Goodwood Park’s L’Espresso

If an Easter-themed afternoon tea in plush comfort, head on over to Goodwood Park Singapore’s L’Espresso cafe.

Besides the requisite English scones and cuppa, expect dainty finger sandwiches, savouries, desserts and festive eggy treats like sous vide egg with smoky potato velouté, chorizo and black truffle, and pickled beetroot egg.

You’ll also find the hotel’s elegant Tudor Courtyard transformed into fun-filled play area for your children, complete with an air-conditioned Bouncy Castle and even face-painting sessions!

Date: 15 and 16 April, 12nn to 2.30pm (first seating), 3 to 5.30pm (second seating)
Price: From $58 (per adult), from $34 (per child, 6 to 11 years old)
22 Scotts Road, Singapore 228221. Tel: 6730 1743

 

  1. Jamie’s Italian

If you’re a fan of epicurean food markets, be sure to check out the Gourmet Pop-Up Market organised by the folks behind Jamie’s Italian ViVoCity and Somersby Cider this Easter weekend.

You’ll find a dazzling array of Italian goodies that make hosting parties a cinch—pick up their Italian-imported cold cuts and speciality cheese for a fuss-free platter, and don’t miss their deliciously crip Carta di Musica bread. Other gourmet highlights include white truffle oil and Acquerello Rice specially imported from a family-run, small-batch producer in Turin and freshly made pasta.

The little ones, meanwhile, get to let their imagination run wild and customise their own dessert creations at the gelato stand. How’s that for a fun weekend out?

Date: 15 to 16 April 2017, 12nn to 6pm
#01-165 to 167 ViVoCity, 1 Harbourfront Walk

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