Mezza9, one of Singapore’s most stylish venues, invites families and friends to celebrate this Easter with delectable dishes to suit all palates. Diners can look forward to the carving station which features mouth-watering dishes such as slow-roasted Australian northern rivers milk-fed veal loin, Scotch eggs, and 48-hours slow-braised BBQ short ribs with crushed pumpkin mash that’s sure to whet your appetite.
If you’re a fan of Asian fare, there’s a spread of delicious Thai, Japanese and Chinese cuisine such as the Larb Gai (spicy chicken salad), Issan Sausage (grilled pork sausage with garlic), Sushi Rolls, Dim Sums and more. Finally, don’t miss out on the sustainable seafood on ice and divine desserts, all paired with Perrier Jouet Champagne. Even the little ones will enjoy the day with fresh popcorn, candy floss with magic acts, crafts, face-painting, and an Easter egg hunt.
Mezza9, 10 Scotts Road, Singapore, +65 6416 7188
Set amidst lush greenery, dine on hearty dishes from the Oasis‘ BBQ station that includes some of your favorite meats to satiate your inner carnivore. Sink your teeth into juicy beef iron steak, lamb-rosemary sausage, gai yang (Thai chicken) and Cajun-spiced market fish, paired with Italian sparkling wines, beer, and margaritas.
Not forgetting the little ones, kids will delight in an afternoon of craft-work, face-painting and an Easter egg hunt.
Oasis, Scotts Road, Grand Hyatt Singapore, Singapore, +65 6738 1234
Located at the iconic One Rochester, UNA is the premier choice for al fresco dining in Singapore with its tropical gardens framed with white trellises that offers hints of intimate elegance, lavish romance or sophisticated style. Diners are spoilt for choice with the endless servings of UNA’s treasure-packed signature paella and a lavish Easter lamb roast, lots of scrumptious, typical Spanish Easter treats such as hornaza (bread stuffed with sausage, bacon and eggs), torrijas (a Spanish version of French toast served during Easter), arroz con leche (rice with milk pudding) and of course, freshly made churros.
In fact, there is so much more to look forward to at UNA’s Easter Brunch, featuring an all-you-can-eat buffet of appetisers and desserts on top of the menu selection of main courses. Adding to the Easter merriments, UNA creates a forest theme of ‘Into the Woods’, the highlight of which will be an Easter egg hunt where the lucky children who find the hidden eggs and bunnies receive special treats and prizes.
UNA, 1 Rochester Dr, Singapore, +65 6773 0070
Brasserie Les Saveurs
Celebrate this Easter with a lavish Epicurean brunch carefully crafted at French restaurant Brasserie Les Saveurs. Awaken your taste buds with delectable appetizers such as confit of sturgeon, rice and asparagus velouté, and rhubarb and fruit aspic. After which, indulge in the scrumptious oven-baked lamb leg with salt crust shallot and rosemary meat sauce at the cooking station, before moving on to the main course selections like charcoal-grilled pigeon breast and pan-seared duck foie gras. There’s also a heavenly array of cakes, fresh fruit tarts, hot cross buns and scones, chocolates, macaroons, and chocolate Easter eggs to end the meal on a sweet, high note.
Do it with style this Easter at Italian restaurant, LaBrezza. In its tranquil location, indulge in a delicious selection of gourmet antipasti and an array of main courses that includes classic Italian fare such as pizzas, handmade pasta and mouth-watering char-grilled seafood and meats. Relish in delectables like the slow-cooked lamb shoulder served with potatoes, asparagus and red wine-truffle sauce.
Additionally, savor the celebratory Neapolitan Easter special bread casatiello, with its flavors of salami and black pepper and served with fava bean salad and parmaham. End the brunch the traditional way with an exceptional addition, the colomba pasquale, an Italian Easter dove bread prepared with pearl sugar, almonds and mascarpone cream to represent peace and resurrection.
LaBrezza, 29 Tanglin Rd, Level Two, Singapore, +65 6506 6884