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10 Super Kid-Friendly Easter Brunches in Singapore 2016

10 Super Kid-Friendly Easter Brunches in Singapore 2016

Forget the chocolate… kid-friendly Easter brunches are what we’re really looking forward to this spring.

Easter brunches in Singapore

Singapore Baby have rounded-up all the info on super kid-friendly Easter brunches so you can celebrate the long weekend in style.  We have picked the best Easter brunches of the bunch, so whether you are a foodie, chocoholic or just looking for a relaxing weekend and something to keep the kids busy, we have it covered. 

10 Kid-friendly Easter Brunches in Singapore 2016

Quentin’s The Eurasian

Quentins eurasian

Quentin’s restaurant simply has to be one of THE most kid-friendly restaurants in Singapore, so if you’re on the hunt for an afternoon out while the kids are kept entertained and happy, this place won’t disappoint. This year, their Easter brunch will consist of an all-you-can eat Easter buffet that will contain over 40 lip-smacking dishes to cater to a range of palates.

What’s on for kids? In addition to the indoor playground and library, there will also be a kid’s activity center where your little ones can paint their own Easter eggs.
Cost: Lunch will be available for $32 SGD net for adults and $16 for children aged between 8 and 12.
Best for: A delicious lunch out that will appeal to all the family without breaking the bank.
Read more: Quentin’s The Eurasian

The White Rabbit: Bouncy Buffet Brunch

The White Rabbit’s Easter Brunch will really get your taste buds going. With a range of delicious dishes on offer, from Slow-cooked Lamb Rump and Seafood Pot-Au-Feu through to fresh lobster, you can expect the finest food in the serene and classy setting that The White Rabbit has become notorious for. Little fussy eaters will also have something to tickle their fancy with the Mains for Little Ones menu offering a host of kid-friendly faves including mac and cheese and meatballs.

Cost: First Seating* (10am-12pm, 10.15am-12.15pm, 10.30am-12.30pm, 10.45am-12.45pm): 98++ per person | 48++ (children 6-12 years old). Second Seating (12.30pm-2.30pm, 12.45pm-2.45pm, 1pm-3pm, 1.15pm-3.15pm, 1.30pm-3.30pm): 108++ per person** | 48++ (children 6-12 years old)

**Includes 1 glass of Torresella Extra Dry Prosecco *Includes free flow of soft drinks & juices

What’s on for kids? Bouncy castle in the grounds of the Rabbit Hole together with on-demand candy-floss. Be prepared for the sugar rush mama and dada.
Best for: A gastronomic delight that will appeal to even the most seasoned aficionados.

Alkaff Mansion Easter Brunch

Alkaff Mansion is one of Singapore’s top destinations for parents who want to dine out with kids in tow and their plans for Easter brunch sound pretty terrific. While the little people enjoy a massive line up of fun activities, the adults can tuck into delicious treats such as fois gras, suckling pig and Italian meats, all washed down with free-flow proscecco and wines.

When? Sunday 27th March, 11:30-15:00.
What’s on for kids? Magic show, glitter tatoos, balloon sculpture, egg hunt, bouncey castle, junior chef contest.
What’s the cost? Adult $138++, Children 5-12 $58++.
Best for: A boozy brunch that gives mama and dada a chance to unwind while the kids run free.

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Alkaff Mansion

Lawry’s The Prime Rib Easter Brunch

Just because you have kiddywinkles gracing the table doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the finer things in life. Lawry’s The Prime Rib is offering a special set menu on Easter Sunday this year that is set to impress. Featuring tiger prawns, prime ribs and the famous spinning bowl salad, you can expect a decadent feast that will impress. There is a kid’s set meal available that consists of a starter, main course, desert and soft drink ($28++). Best of all, children receive a limited-edition mascot with every set meal. 

When? 26th and 27th March. First sitting 11:30-13:30; Second sitting 1:45 pm onwards.
What’s on for kids? Balloon sculpting, face painting and lots of yummy treats!
What’s the cost? From $88 ++ per person
Best for: Fine dining with the kids in tow.

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Lawry’s The Prime Rib Easter Brunch

Easter Brunch at Basilico at The Regent Singapore

Basilico @ The Regent Singapore

If you’re a fan of all things Italian, put on your Sunday best and head to Basilico at the Regent Singapore on Easter Sunday. The wide choice of seafood, pasta, pizza and delicious desserts on offer is bound to be a hit with every member of the family, while the kids will be knocked for six with the special kiddie’s playroom that comes complete with healthy snacks, bouncy castle, game consoles, arts and crafts and other fun activities.

When? Sunday, March 27: 12 to 3p.m.
What’s on for kids? Easter Egg Hunt, a special visit from the Easter Bunny and a dedicated Kiddies Playland complete with a bouncy castle, arts & crafts, and balloon sculpting. Mr. Bottle, the friendly magician, will be present with entertaining tricks up his sleeves. Phew!
What’s the cost? $168 per person (buffet only); $208 per person with free-flow Prosecco; $248 per person with free-flow Champagne; $84 per child
Best for: Indulgent Italian fare with on-site kid’s entertainment.

Read more: Basilico

Easter Brunch at Barnacles by The Sea – The Shangri-la at Sentosa

One of the best spots in Singapore for the entire family to enjoy has to be the Shangri-la at Sentosa. The Barnacles by the Sea restaurant offers a sumptuous buffet; start at the seafood station with fresh oysters, scallops and Alaskan king crab before you feast on roast lamb or glazed ham at the carving station. Finish off with a fabulous selection of deserts including classic crepe suzette and indulgent red velvet cup cakes. Enjoy the rest of the afternoon with complimentary access to the resorts swimming pools, water slides and play rooms. A perfect day for all the family!

When? Sunday, March 27: 11.30am to 3pm
What’s on for kids? Access to the resort swimming pools, splash pads, water slides and play rooms as well as a series of activities including a magic show and fun with ballon twisting.
What’s the cost? $168++ per person. $38++ for children aged 6 – 11 and children under 5 dine free for every one paying adult.
Best for: Letting the kids play till they drop while you enjoy a drop or two yourself

Read more: Barnacles by The Sea

Hotel Fort Canning

Hotel Fort Canning, set in the lush surroundings of Fort Canning Park provides the perfect backdrop for a full-scale Easter egg hunt. Sit back and enjoy a glorious buffet lunch whilst the kiddiewinks go crazy on the bouncy castle and beat the living daylights out of candy filled piñata!

When? Sunday, March 27: 12pm to 3pm
What’s on for kids? Easter egg hunt, bouncy castle, piñata.
What’s the cost? $88++ per person. $44++ for children aged 4 – 12 and children under 5 dine free with an accompanying adult
Best for: A bona fide easter egg hunt!  


The Grand Ballroom plays host the Easter extravaganza at uber-luxurious Capella on Sentosa. Chef Fabien Parion is being specially flown in from France to wow diners with a Mediterranian brunch and a live cooking show. Grown-ups can spoil themselves with fois gras mousse on brioche toast and whole roasted lamb. The kids are not forgotten with egg painting activities and an easter egg hunt with prizes that include a night’s stay in a garden villa…be careful not cheer on your little Easter bunnies too enthusiastically!

When? Sunday, March 27: 12.30pm to 3pm
What’s on for kids? Easter egg hunt, egg painting.
What’s the cost? $258++ per person with free flow Tattinger vintage champagne, $228++ with free flow Magnum Tattinger champagne, $188++ per person without alcohol, $118++ 7 – 12 year olds, $78++ for 4 – 6 year olds.
Best for: il est la gastronomie!


Always the ‘go to’ option for a classic Singapore Sunday brunch, Mezza 9 certainly delivers the good this Easter with a whole pig spit roasted over a wood fire to wow diners! If pork is not your thing then there is an excellent selection of beef, with Sonchuku Wagyu hanging tenders or Sonchuku Wagyu short ribs and Australian grass-fed tenderloin. Add to that that a mammoth selection of cheeses from French artisan cheese maker MONS, plus Chinese, Japanese, seafood and the cold cuts station and there is enough to keep even the fussiest diners well fed. Desserts include seasonal fancies such as hot cross buns and lemon cheesecake Easter eggs. There will be roving entertainers on hand throughout the afternoon to keep the kids happy and free flow Champers and nitrogen gin fizz to keep mummy and daddy happy!

When? Sunday, March 27: 11.30pm to 3pm
What’s on for kids? Roving kids entertainers
What’s the cost? $168++ per person with free flow Perrier Jouet Champagne. $88 per child aged between 3 – 12 years old.
Best for: Choice of food and longest session of free flow champagne!

Café Melba

Cafe Melba

Laid back Café Melba might be just the ticket for a lazy Easter Weekend…with the festivities starting on Friday, why just stick at one day! The bouncy castle will be up and running all weekend as well as egg decorating and an Easter egg hunt. The kids can enjoy festive milkshakes and hot cross buns, as can mom and dad ;-), but should you feel like something a smidgen more grown-up, dive into a classic roast dinner, thin crust pizza or if you even a full breakfast, which is served up until 4pm!

When? Friday March 25th – Sunday March 27
What’s on for kids? Bouncy castle, egg decorating and egg hunt
What’s the cost? Al carte menu
Best for: Chilling out away from the hustle and bustle

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Tablescape at Mövenpick Heritage Hotel Sentosa 

If you and the kids are chocolate crazy then the Mövenpick Heritage Hotel on Sentosa is the place to head to. The Easter brunch theme at the Tablescape restaurant is chocolate. Inspired by Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, treats on offer include; Cocoa Maple Syrup Glazed Pork Rib and desserts such as Charlie’s Warm Chocolate Toffee and Honeycomb Crumble, The River of Chocolate Pralines and the Swiss Chocolate Fountain. It isn’t all about the chocolate though; other culinary treats include Sesame Tuna Loin Tataki on White Radish and Cilantro, Spanish Easter Quail Egg Salad in Tomato Coulis and a range of premium roast meats. The obligatory bouncy castle will keep the little munchkins occupied as well as an egg decorating station and a cartoon screening. And the best bit…Kids under 12 dine absolutely free with a paying adult.

When? Sunday, March 27: 12.00pm to 4.30pm
What’s on for kids? Roving kids entertainers
What’s the cost ? SGD 99++ per adult, SGD 49++ per youth (12 – 15 years old), For children under 12 years old, one child dine free with every one paying adult, otherwise SGD 39++ per child (below 12 years old).
Best for: A full-scale hotel brunch and chocolate, chocolate, chocolate!!


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