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Dining out in Singapore is serious business – we find Michelin starred hawker stalls on its streets, Michelin starred restaurants in 5-star hotels and everything in between. One of these in-between delights is the deliciously indulgent champagne brunch.

Read on for some of the best champagne brunches in Singapore. *We include prices although they do change from time to time, depending on the festivities, so please confirm pricing when booking with hotel. Get ready to slip into a brunch induced coma only to wake up all champagned-out and pleasantly hungover - if there is such a thing!

 

Beach Road Kitchen Sunday Champagne Brunch 12-3pm JW Marriott Singapore South Beach

There is no better way to spend a Sunday over a bubbly brunch buffet with free flow champagne, wines, cocktails & beer. If you’re looking for a brunch with a little bit of something to suit everyone in your party, Beach Road Kitchen is the place to head to, with a glorious Sunday brunch of delights that guests can discover at leisure in a lively and warm atmosphere. 

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Sunday Champagne Brunch at Beach Road Kitchen  Available Sunday, 12pm to 3pm $168++ per person - inclusive of free flow champagne, wines, cocktails & beers. A feast for the senses beckon with over 100 selections highlighted by a Cheese and Charcuterie Station, Seafood on Ice from a temperature controlled Seafood Room, Pizza Oven, Charcoal Grilled-to-order meats, a spread of Local Favorites and a dazzling array of Dessert Showcase.  

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The culinary offerings guarantee to appeal to different whims and fancies. Seafood lovers will especially enjoy the wide spread of seafood offerings in the chilled seafood room and charcoal grill.

JW Marriott Beach Road Singapore

Options are a plenty - imported oysters shucked fresh to order, chilled shellfish like crab, lobster and crayfish on ice, even fresh whole fish like seabass, snapper and other seafood delights like scallops on the half shell, and tiger prawns, barbecued over the charcoal grill to perfection for your enjoyment.

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Brunch classics lover will be delighted with the Eggs Benedicts selection of salmon, ham, and more.  
 
New specials taking centrestage this season include Lobster Thermindor with generous chunks of lobster meat, egg yolks, brandy and mushrooms that are stuffed into a lobster shell, drizzled with cheese and baked to perfection.

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Meat lovers can indulge in carvings from Roasted Whole Spring Lamb (which uses a special breed of lamb from New Zealand famed for its delicate flavour), Roasted Tomahawk making their debut at Beach Road Kitchen’s oven-baked section.  

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While you are enjoying your brunch, keep a look out too for our Chef’s Pass-Arounds, sampling plates of off-the-menu dishes not available on the buffet, prepared off-the-cuff in small batches by our chefs. Entirely based on their creativity and the ingredients available, guests can expect different surprises, such as the Truffle Mushroom Pizza.  

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Ladies with a sweet tooth will be especially pleased with Beach Road Kitchen’s dedicated dessert section with its impressive array of western pastries and cakes, Asian-style desserts, local nonya kueh, and a live station for fresh waffles and crepes served with a variety of sauces, sweet condiments and ice cream.

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Kids too will be especially thrilled with our candy wall display, featuring a selection of sweets, gummies and marshmallow that  they can help themselves to. If that is not enough to keep them occupied, Beach Road Kitchen’s Sunday Brunch also includes a kids activity corner, where the young ones can  enjoy guided activities such as cupcake decorating and pizza making while the parents enjoy their brunch.     

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For those who enjoy their brunches boozy, don’t miss Beach Road Kitchen’s free flow Moet Grand Vintage 2012. If bubbly is not your choice of tipple, look out for the Sunday Brunch Mobile Bar as it makes its rounds offering a choice of three brunch cocktails, either by the glass, or free-flow, if you want to make your brunch truly indulgent. After all, what brunch experience is complete without some drinks to keep the conversation flowing?

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The restaurant interiors evokes a warm and welcoming atmosphere, immediately setting the mood with modern interior design that combines natural elements like wood, metal and stone into the sitting and serving areas. The floor to ceiling glass windows also add to the relaxed atmosphere, letting in lots of natural daylight during the breakfast and brunch hours. 

For more information or enquiries, contact [email protected]

A. 30 Beach Road 189763

T. +65 6818 1888

Beach Road Kitchen

 

Pan Pacific - Edge 

Edge

Edge's Sunday Champagne Brunch experience awaits with a refreshed selection of gourmet items and a vibrant Kids' Dessert Corner and balloon sculpting area. Featuring seven interactive live food theatres with 16 stations of signature premium delights, surround your dining experience with a myriad of International delicacies complemented with unlimited Veuve Clicquot Champagne, Botanical Gin Cocktails and uplifting live music. Every Sunday, 12:00pm to 3:30pm (revamped menu from 2 September 2018) SG$208 per adult* (unlimited Veuve Clicquot Rosé Champagne) SG$188 per adult* (unlimited Veuve Clicquot Brut Yellow Label Champagne) SG$128 per adult, SG$64 per child (six to 11 years old), includes unlimited fresh juices, soft drinks, coffee and tea Contact and Write A Review 

 

Four Seasons Hotel Singapore One-Ninety 

One Ninety

Authentic Western and Asian Cuisine Take Centre Stage at Our Award-Winning One-Ninety Restaurant. Taste the hearty epicurean fare at the signature Market Fresh Semi-Buffet, changed daily according to the freshest and finest seasonal produce that chefs source for the day; and watch chefs in the Theatre Kitchen showcase their culinary magic over apple-wood fired grills, brick pizza oven and tandoor oven SG$78++ with a choice of free-flow of Ruffino Prosecco (SG$118++) or free-flow of Taittinger Brut Reserve N.V.  (SG$168) Sunday 12-3pm Contact and Write A Review

 

Colony Ritz Carlton

Colony

Colony has got to be one of our favourites. This gorgeous experience offers buffet and a la carte menus for breakfast, lunch and dinner, a heritage Afternoon Tea, as well as a Vintage Champagne Brunch on Sunday. Colony offers a mouthwatering spread of Chinese, Indonesian, Indian, Malaysian, Western and local dishes. The weekly Vintage Champagne Brunch includes unlimited Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage Blanc 2006, Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage Rosé 2004, house pour red/white wines, selected handcrafted cocktails and draft beers too. SG$192++ Sunday 12-3:30pm Contact and Write A Review

 

LAVO Restaurant Singapore

LAVO

LAVO Singapore has kicked off its Sunday Funday Champagne Brunch.  A long overdue arrival to the Sunday free-flow scene....finally So, what is the score...Priced at $98++ for the buffet or $158++ with free flow of Veuve Clicquot Champagne, Mimosa, Bloody Mary, Singapore Sling, Red Wine, White Wine and Beer! bookings contact and location

 

Paulaner Bräuhaus Singapore

Paulaner Brauhaus Singapore

READ ARTICLE HERE At the Paulaner Bräuhaus Singaporeyou enjoy Bavarian Art of Cooking and German “Gemütlichkeit”. The heart of the restaurant is its own microbrewery. Combining an onsite brewed and fresh tapped Paulaner beer with authentic food in the typical Bavarian interior décor will present an unforgettable experience. The culinary focus is on classics like oven roasted pork knuckle, yummy schnitzel or the popular noodles “Käsespätzle”. Come over for lunch or dinner to the outdoor “Biergarten”, the stylish bar and the traditional restaurant at the Paulaner Bräuhaus! The prices for the "VIKTUALIENMARKT" Sunday Brunch are great at $68 ++ with free flow soft drinks & fresh juices, $88 ++ with additional free flow wines, freshly brewed Paulaner Beers and the Premium deal, $118++ with additional free flow Champagne. $16 for children aged 5 to 11 years. This is exceptional value and Great for families!

 

Mezza9 Grand Hyatt Hotel

Mezza9

Start your brunching at this contemporary and stylish 400-seat gastro-heaven, the Mezza9 at Grand Hyatt Hotel. It offers 9 different dining experiences – from Japanese, Thai, Chinese and Western cuisines – each of which can be savoured seated in any part of the restaurant. Indulge your palette from all the show kitchens; choose mouth-watering delicacies from the grill, the wok, the sushi-sashimi bar, the deli, the steam basket, the martini bar, and the patisserie counter. This extravagant Sunday buffet lives up to its claim of serving ‘high-quality food using environmentally-friendly practices’ along with free flowing Perrier Jouët Grand Brut champagne. Quite the recipe for a sumptuous Sunday. Sunday: 12:00 p.m.–3:00 p.m. (last pour at 2:45 p.m.) SG$118++ per adult, inclusive of fruits juices, soft drinks, coffee/tea (non-alcoholic) For an additional SG$40++ per person, adults can enjoy free-flowing Perrier- Jouët Grand Brut Champagne, certified sustainable red and white wines, selection of martinis, 9 hand-crafted gin and tonics, and Tiger beer. Contact and Write A Review

 

St. Regis Sunday Free Flow Champagne Brunch

St. Regis

The Sunday Champagne Brunch at Brasserie Les Saveurs is more of a grand event than a Sunday Brunch, it's four hours (12 - 3pm, with an hour of aperitifs from 11am to 12pm) of sheer delight that tops the list for this reporter.

All luxury, replete with crystal chandeliers and high ceilings, the restaurant reaffirms your faith in French cuisine as one of the world’s most delectable cuisine. Commence your experience with a complimentary hour of aperitifs from 11:00am to 12:00pm at Astor Bar, before continuing on with a free-flow of your preferred Champagne as you begin your epicurean brunch experience at Brasserie Les Saveurs.

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Grilled Beef Tenderloin with Green Peas

A popular choice is the L’expérience Des Connaisseurs experience. At S$198++ per person, it includes a flow of ‘R’ de Ruinart Brut NV, wines, Tiger beer, soft drinks, juices and freshly brewed coffee and tea. For the finer things in life, you may indulge in the La Grand Cuvée experience at S$486++ per person, including a flow of Krug Grand Cuvée NV.

An amuse bouche of Smoked Salmon Tartare with Avocado and Salmon Caviar, set to tantalise the taste buds, is introduced to the table shortly after you’re led to your seat; followed by an endless flow of exceptional small plates of eggs and foie gras, made à la minute, along with a portion of succulent Grilled Half Maine Lobster doused in savoury Garlic Butter Sauce.

Cleanse your palate with a serving of Liquid Nitrogen Sherbet before tucking into the plats de resistance. Select from hearty Grilled Beef Tenderloin with Green Peas and French Beans, tender Baked Cod Fish with Lentil Ragout, Shimeji Mushrooms and Green Asparagus, to a juicy Impossible Meat-stuffed Baked Tomatoes with Rocket Pesto and Ratatouille; while the little ones are well taken care of with a kid-friendly menu perfectly curated to suit their delicate palates.

Expect to further captivate palates with an impressive line-up at the inviting buffet counters, including a medley of Homemade Breads, Cold Cuts, Cheeses, Lobster Bisque Mousse with Caviar, Roast of the Day, a Japanese selection of sushi and sashimi, and succulent Fruits de Mer.

For a theatrical experience, look on as a master chef fires up the crowd pleaser dessert of Crêpe Suzette Flambé, then continue on to a luscious parade of delectable desserts for more sweet sensations.

That’s not all – the truly luxurious experience is perfected by an enjoyable, light accompaniment of jazz music led by award-winning musicians. Reservation is highly recommended.  View Full menu here.

Brasserie Les Saveurs

Lobby Level, The St. Regis Singapore

29 Tanglin Road 247911 MAP HERE

Reservations: W. www.brasserielessaveurs.com | P. +65 6506 6860 | E. [email protected]

 

Basilico Regent Hotel

Basilico

Basilico at the Regent Hotel has long been a favourite with Singaporeans looking for authentic Italian fare. Its well-priced and great quality buffet is hot property, especially on weekends. Foodies get drawn in by the extravagant spread of cold cuts, classic Italian antipasti, varieties of fresh cheeses and of course, the lavish mains. There is also a – wait for it – separate room for cheeses with a selection of about 40 regional farm cheeses from around Italy. The mains, with mouth-watering items like Roasted Wagyu Beef Rump with Truffle Mustard, Roasted Sea Bass with Fennel as well as pizzas and pastas, is followed by a delectable selection of desserts and gelato. Ready to dig in? Take your pick of free-flow prosecco, wines and beers, free-flow champagne, wines and beers or indulge in the free-flow sommelier-selected wines or premium champagnes such as Duval Leroy Blanc de Blanc Grand Cru 2006, exclusively available in Singapore at Basilico, Sunday 12-3pm SG$178 per adult with free-flow champagne, wines and beers Contact and Write A Review

 

Manhattan At Regent Singapore

Manhattan

Review by Melissa Jane Johnston‎ Ahhh .. we all love a Sunday brunch (don’t we or is that just me ). I have made it my personal Mission to find the best in Singapore .. and I might just be getting close! Manhattan bar located in the Regent Hotel, is an indulgent miss of old class charm, brooding atmosphere, smouldering cocktails and oh so good food. This is an adults only brunch that features not only a Bloody Mary station but a whiskey milkshake stand (OMG) and six (count them six!) bespoke cocktails for you to work your way through. A small but very well stocked buffet (seafood, fresh bagels, salads and amazing desserts) are complemented by two breakfast course and three lunch courses that are served at your table. With lovely service and at just $150++ for cocktails and brunch .. you really must do yourself a favour and try this one. Contact and Write A Review

 

Hilton Singapore

Hilton

There is an option for those who prefer to graze only the delicious food at S$88++ per person, and there are two other options for those who want to sip away with sparkling wine, red and white wines, and champagne. The Hilton Singapore is easily among one of the best champagne brunches in Singapore. The Buffet features only the most premium of ingredients, and at very reasonable prices. You will not be disappointed with the array of fresh seafood, premium Australian meat selection, gourmet European delicatessen and so much more. Indulge with free flow of sparkling, white & red wines, & beer or select the free flow of Champagne, selected white & red wines, & beer. The Name says it all - Hilton. Sunday 12-3pm S$148++ per person (free flow of Champagne, selected white & red wines, & beer) Contact and Write A Review

 

Town Restaurant Fullerton Hotel

Town Restaurant

With impeccable service and one of the most generous buffet spreads in town, it’s no wonder that brunch at Town Restaurant in the Fullerton Hotel is such a popular affair. Start your culinary adventure at the Japanese counter, which is brimming with fresh sashimi, sushi, and tempura. The seafood ice bar is equally decadent, with everything from luscious snow crab and scallops to tasty mussels. If you’re a breakfast fiend, let yourself be tempted by the eggs benedict and berry pancakes; but if you’re in more of a lunch mood, the roasted duck or champagne risotto should do the trick. Prepare to be awestruck by the Fullerton’s exquisite selection of desserts, which boasts a chocolate fountain as its centrepiece. Just remember: it’s a marathon, not a sprint, so pace yourself while your lap up free flow of house pour champagne. Sunday 12-3:30pm (last pour 3pm) $168 per adult with free flowing Veuve Clicquot  and house red and white wines.

 

The Line Restaurant, Shangri-La Hotel

The Line

The Line’s Sunday champagne brunch at the Shangri-La Hotel is as delectable as it sounds. You get to choose culinary delights from 16 theatre kitchens that include various types of foie gras, seafood on ice, 30 varieties of hand selected artisanal and aged New and Old World cheeses, a huge spread of meat at the butcher’s station. In addition, this spread will be served with unlimited Veuve Clicquot Champagne. Some of The Line Restaurant's  highlights are a 48-hour slow-roasted Wagyu beef leg with a mustard crust and 200-day grain-fed Australian stockyard striploin. For those who go weak in the knees at the mention of dessert, there are about 30 types of pastries, cakes, fruit trifle, tarts, ice-creams, and Singaporean desserts. Get those bibs on. 12-3pm SG$158 per adult and includes unlimited Veuve Clicquot. Contact and Write A Review

 

The Knolls, Capella Hotel

The Knolls

A Sunday brunch at The Knolls is the best way to switch off like you were on a holiday. Request outdoor seating at this luxurious and elegant restaurant, dig into fine Mediterranean fare, sip on that unlimited champagne while you listen to the live band and you’re in vacation mode! The Knolls offers a selection of fine-cut meats and delectable fresh seafood in the form of specialities like duck rillettes burgers with apricot chutney and a crispy suckling pig. A BBQ station with drool-inducing sausages, beef short ribs and kebabs stuns meat lovers, while the variety of cheese and an elaborate range of dessert completes the meal..As you soak up the lush, al fresco vibe and sip on a free flow of Taittinger Champagne, you’ll feel as blissfully relaxed as if you were on holiday. $168++ (inclusive of Champagne and Wine) 12-3pm Contact and Write A Review

 

Intercontinental Singapore’s Ash & Elm 

Ash & Elm

Featuring signature highlights from the restaurant’s three culinary theatres, take your pick at Ash & Elm from a selection of cheeses and house-cured meats from the Charcuterie & Cheese Room, freshly-baked flat breads from the Wood-Fired Oven and unlimited servings of small plate delights from the Charcoal Grill. Add a touch of bubbly to your weekend with Bubbles & Brunch at Ash & Elm. What’s more, partake in hearty roasts and glorious seafood. The experience is further elevated with unlimited servings of the classic British cocktail Pimm’s Cup, Taittinger Brut Champagne and house wines, among a selection of beverages. SG$138++ per adult, inclusive of unlimited Taittinger Brut Champagne, house wines, Bloody Mary cocktails, soft drinks, juices, coffee and tea. Sunday 12-3pm Contact and Write A Review

 

Mitzo, Grand Park Orchard

Mitzo

The brunch experience at Mitzo is a whimsical one. It features over 40 variants of Cantonese cuisine along with free-flow tea-infused cocktails and of course, free flow of Veuve Clicquot Brut Yellow Label. Once there, you will get unlimited amounts of dim sum, a copious amount of seafood dishes and not forgetting, amazing Chinese wok dishes. Make sure you try some (and then have some more) of the very delectable Mitzo char siew, spicy chili lobster, and warm Hokkaido milk cheese tarts. Contact and Write A Review

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Sylvia
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81 comments
24 February 2020
I felt light as I walked in to the Beach Road Kitchen @ JW Marriott as I was met with fresh, clean lines of décor. Much like Inspector Morse I walked around to survey the Sunday lunch buffet before finding a suitable enclave to park myself for the next three hours. There were so many parts to this buffet that resonated with me, the most outstanding one being the cold seafood on ice. Lobster, prawns, crabs, mussels and more. This excited me. My favourite way to really taste seafood I feel! No thick sauces. Just the true taste of the sea’s fresh produce. Needless to say I had two helpings at this station which went down tremendously well with a glass of Moet. The free flow alcohol was very generous as I found my glass topped up every time I returned from the buffet. The cold room which housed oysters, smoked salmon varieties, cheese platters, salads and sushi, sashimi were not only beautifully presented, they were so fresh too. Much to my delight I found out the buffet was only $118++ a steal after observing the amount of fresh seafood produce and quality meats that were on the buffet. It was time to move on to the grill section where meats looked scrumptious – what would I have and what would I leave out? So hard to discern. Everything looked so good. I settled on the pork rib and lamb chop even though there was beef wagyu, chicken and lobster thermidore, amongst others. Excellent quality of meats – I wish I could have gone back for more. I had not come to the Asian fare yet! Lamb chop briyani, a string of cooked Chinese and Indian dishes it was time to make a decision. Walk past and head straight to the laksa station as recommended by Stefan the General Manager of Beach Road Kitchen. So I did! Building my laksa bowl I had a choice of noodle and vegetables, condiments that came in the form of lobster balls, fish balls and chicken balls. Whacking a dollop of sambal (chilly paste) on top of the laksa I could smell the flavor waft into my nostrils. One mouthful and I knew this was an authentic laksa. Some influencers on my table would have liked the gravy thicker but I felt the consistency was perfect. Lucky guests of the JW Marriott! The magic of Beach Road Kitchen was the ambience. I hadn’t realized that more than two hours had slipped by and I had not noticed. This was a big sign that I was having a good time. The designers of this Beach Road Kitchen space created enclaves that provided quiet reprieve from other diners. Very clever! I was at the dessert station. Perhaps a bit of Peranakan kuih (cakes made with glutinous rice) and a lemon tart? So I had an onde-onde - green glutinous balls with brown sugar on the inside rolled in fresh coconut on the outside. If you’ve never tried these they are divine, as the brown sugar bursts out of the ball as you bite into it so best to put the whole thing in your mouth in one go. I needed a coffee. A long black hit the spot. It rounded up my Sunday lunch and sadly it was time to go. I felt the Beach Road Kitchen was impressive on many fronts – superb service, fresh and quality food plus a curated atmosphere that left diners feeling relaxed and comfortable. We were the last to leave! I was not surprised……
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Yvonne
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24 February 2020
Same same but definitely different, Beach Road Kitchen is a boutique offering of the usual buffet brunch. A Sunday Brunch that is well thought out, Beach Road Kitchen impresses with their selection and presentation of buffet favourites. A warm welcome, a seamless walkthrough and introduction to Beach Road Kitchen greeted me on arrival. Check. The tone was set for what was to be a very pleasant Sunday brunch. I lie, it was amazing. Presentation of Buffet - tactile use of space. And what a beautiful presentation of the different stations. Of particular highlight - the temperature controlled cold room with alcoves for items such as the cheese, charcuterie, Japanese cold noodles, Fine de Clair oysters, sushi, sashimi that were all so beautifully plated. The space is really well-designed for an enjoyable, leisurely browse-through. The Food is Excellent Seafood and shellfish lovers, you have to check out their seafood station. Fresh and of high quality, the different types of crab, alaskan crab included, lobster, prawns, clams and mussels beautifully arranged on crushed ice definitely makes this station my favourite stop. Carving station I really couldn’t fault the meat section either, not with Beef Tomahawk, lamb biryani, ribs, lamb chops and a salt baked fish calling out to me. Overall, a very well-balanced, well-represented array of food items that will have you eating for hours. I particularly love the mix of unique local, Asian and international food items. The laksa was delicious, the Peranakan desserts were aplenty, the chili crab was sweet and savoury as expected. I even found some really unusual items such as Vietnamese pork terrine, Japanese cold noodles with choice of marinated clams and chilled tofu with century egg. Beach Road Kitchen is definitely not your usual run-of-the-mill Sunday brunch, it is a boutique version of a buffet which ticks the boxes for quality, variety and ambiance.
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Alexander
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24 February 2020
Could this be the best Champagne Brunch in Singapore? Winston Churchill’s favourite Champagne was Pol Roger - although your journalist is more fond of Billecart-Salmon. It is claimed that between 1908 and 1945 Churchill had over 40,000 bottles of Champagne opened for him. His daily routine was alleged to have consisted of a large breakfast at 7.30am, a weak whisky and soda at 11am and champagne with his lunch. As someone who enjoyed so much Champagne, it is perhaps not surprising that he has quotes attributed to him about the drink. One has a touch of Lily Bollinger - who was the head of the Bollinger Champagne business: “Champagne. In success you deserve it and in defeat, you need it.” Fortunately Singapore is inundated with some excellent Champagne brunches, making competition very fierce. As most seasoned readers will know, brunch - a portmanteau of breakfast and lunch - is regularly accompanied by some form of alcoholic beverage served with it - usually champagne. Brunch originated in England in the late 19th century - how typically Victorian! - and became popular in the United States in the 1930s. When arriving at the Beach Road Kitchen, the diner is confronted by a formidable buffet. The spread includes an enchanting selection of local and international delicacies - celebrating freshness in its offerings and a wide variety of live stations with chefs in attendance. The amount of shellfish is overwhelming and it is all beautifully presented. It is all so fresh that I am sure that a couple of the crustacea twitched, but while all prepared to perfection, sadly it was missing the spicy chutney relish usually found at these kinds of offerings. The meats were all, again, cooked perfectly, but as an Englishman, I do expect some sort of hot gravy to go with meat. The cheeses were simply epicurean, as was the anti-pasti. Amazing Normandy oysters were delectable and were washed down beautifully with a fine Moët Chandon 2012 Extra Brut Grand Vintage - which is showing well, unfurling in the glass with an expressive bouquet of ripe yellow orchard fruit, peaches, toasted nuts, warm bread and honeycomb. On the palate, the Moët Chandon 2012 Extra Brut Grand Vintage is medium to full-bodied, broad and fleshy, with a tangy but ripe core of fruit, nicely integrated acids and a pinpoint mousse, concluding with an attractively fruit-driven finish. The 2012 reflects both the concentration of the vintage and Moët's push for riper fruit, and it is already quite accessible. The lobster thermidor was a little disappointing and would have benefited from not being tepid. And while an attempt at Laksa was appreciated, we are a tough crowd - and it didn't contain enough coconut milk. The string balloon lady was extremely charming and made those reviewing this fabulous champagne brunch amusing little objects d'art - my son loved his golden crown - as modeled by Expat Choice founder John Gordon. Unlimited bubbles with fine cheeses, premium roasts and seafood all came in at a very competitive $168++ per person. Sundays from 12pm to 3pm. Worth recalling that Churchill also said: “Remember, gentlemen, it’s not just France we are fighting for, it’s Champagne!”
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Richard
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11 November 2019
Fantastic article and worth a read. Singaporeans and particularly the ex-pats love a brunch here.... Dining out in Singapore is serious business – we find Michelin starred hawker stalls on its streets, Michelin starred restaurants in 5-star hotels and everything in between. One of these in-between delights is the deliciously indulgent champagne brunch.
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Sylvia
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1 November 2019
The Sunday brunch at St Regis is an all afternoon affair! The first leg begins at the Astor Bar where champagne and cocktails are served. Warm and cosy in atmosphere I walked in to the sound of piano playing in the background. Leather upholstered chairs with a cosy bar in the back, the ambience of this bar lends itself to a beautiful backdrop for brunch to begin. Laughter and cheer are but part of this whole experience in ushering forth the weekend fun. As I sipped my glass of Ruinart champagne and enjoyed the chatter of friends, I felt that the St Regis had crafted the perfect model. I don’t know about you but I like having an aperitif in a classy bar before the actual big bang lunch. A lovely pre-cursor to build my appetite for the rest of the afternoon. I was pre-empted that brunch was about to start in the Brasserie Les Saveurs of the St Regis. Walking across the hotel lobby I was shown to my table, with a beautiful outlook to the greenery outdoors. Unlike most other brunches I was given a menu card to order my starter of eggs done in a variety of ways – benedict, poached or scrambled. Not an eggs fan? Well there was foie gras on the list too! So that was my choice. Milling around to the buffet there were the usual bakery and patisserie treats, charcuterie and desserts, a plethora of seafood mains and carvery too. The trick in my mind when at a buffet is to identify favourites and leave the rest. So a brown roll with spicy salami and shaved jamon was my choice of starter with the third glass of champagne! Scrumptious combo. My next a la carte order of grilled half Maine lobster with garlic butter sauce was really fresh. Tender to the bite, the lobster flesh pulled away from the shell easily and I wish I could have had another half. Back to the buffet I picked up the foie gras crème brulee which turned out to be everything I thought it would. In fact I went back for seconds later, not in the least perturbed by the high cholesterol food I was devouring. Back at the buffet main the chef was shucking oysters and combining a crab meat, sea urchin foam with caviar. Talk about rich food. This certainly crowned it! A chat and a light interval to prepare for the Chateaubriand de Boeuf that was about to arrive. Served with green peas and French beans this was a succulent piece of meat grilled to perfection. In fact in terms of portion it was pretty generous too. Other mains included baked cod and a vegetarian option, all of which looked amazing. Truly by this time I was ready to call it a day. But my crepe suzette which was part of the a la carte menu arrived. There is something to be said for that bit of sweet after a full meal. It is always welcome and in fact has become quite a habit with me. The brunch menu changed a couple of weeks ago. Promising more high quality products and inhouse fare, it is evident to see the value in this brunch. For $198++ how could anyone not try this? View the menu here: www.bit.ly/SundayBrunch_EC1
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