Sunday Brunch Singapore: 11 Spots For A Good Weekend Treat

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After a two-month long wait, dine-in services can finally resume (with proper distancing measures, of course)! We get it: it can be overwhelming to decide what to eat after doing take-outs or cooking your own meals. So why not treat yourself to a sumptuous Sunday brunch this weekend? From value-for-money brunches to champagne brunches, here are some of the best Sunday brunch spots in Singapore! 

Best Sunday brunch in Singapore that are value-for-money ($)

1. Lola’s Cafe

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Every best Sunday Brunch list in Singapore has to include Lola’s Cafe! While steadily increasing its menu offerings, the laidback cafe stays true to what made its name legendary by maintaining excellent food and service quality. With scrumptious sides and desserts like Honey Paprika Crispy Wings ($10) and Seasalt Chocolate Tart ($5.60), we’re not surprised that Kovan’s backyard cafe is always at full capacity.

Must-Try Dish – Complete your brunch session at Lola’s Cafe with their signature Pulled Pork & Avocado Eggs Benedict ($16)! Featuring marinated pulled pork that has been smoked for six hours with perfectly-cooked runny poached eggs, the dish is finished with creamy Hollandaise sauce, a hearty portion of avocado and paprika powder to provide a gastronomic variety of flavours and textures in your mouth.

Address: 5 Simon Road, S(545893)
Opening Hours (Brunch):
Mon – Fri: 10am – 3pm
Sat, Sun: 10.30am – 3pm

2. Symmetry Cafe

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Despite opening back in 2012, Symmetry Cafe is still widely regarded as one of the best Sunday brunch places in Singapore! With subtle nods to French and Australian influences, you’ll feel right at home in their hippie-indie cafe atmosphere. Even if you’re not won over by the cosy lighting, mismatched furniture and rustic decor, the menu’s eclectic and mouth-watering range of brunch options will!

Must-Try Dish – Even if you don’t have a sweet tooth, you have to try the Symmetry Home-Made Waffles ($21)! Crisp on the outside and fluffy on the inside, the golden brown waffles arrive on your table with an unmistakable eggy fragrance. Complemented with sweet maple syrup and tartness from the berries compote, the Symmetry Home-Made Waffles are sure to please your taste buds!

Address: 9 Jalan Kubor, #01-01, S(199206)
Opening Hours:

Mon: 10.30am – 9pm
Tues – Fri: 10.30am – 11pm
Sat: 9am – 11pm
Sun: 9am – 7pm

3. Garden Slug

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An underrated gem tucked away in Telok Kurau, Garden Slug is a quaint retro cafe to enjoy one of the best Sunday brunches in Singapore! The cafe is committed to delivering an inclusive and comfortable dining experience. Look forward to numerous vegetarian options and a pet-friendly alfresco area with a special menu just for dogs! Impeccable service aside, the food portions here are astonishingly large so you get incredible value for what you’re paying.

Must-Try Dish – We recommend the All Day Big Breakfast ($19.80) if you’re in for a hearty Sunday brunch! Ranging from sausages to scrambled eggs, this dish has all you want for breakfast. While eggs are usually the highlight for any brunch, the juicy sauteed mushrooms take centre stage here as the savoury garlic flavour elevates the taste of the entire dish.

Address: Bright Centre, 55 Lorong L Telok Kurau, #01-59, S(425500)
Opening Hours:
Mon, Wed – Thurs: 11:30am – 9pm
Fri: 11:30am – 10pm
Sat, Sun: 9:30am – 10pm

4. The Populus Coffee & Food Co.

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Serving up speciality coffees and a weekend all-day brunch menu, The Populus Coffee & Food Co. has no doubt one of the best for Sunday brunch in Singapore! Its interior is decorated with wood-panelled walls and a chic industrial look for a cosy dining experience. If its rustic look still doesn’t catch your eye, their beautifully plated brunch menu sure will. 

Must-Try Dish — You definitely can’t miss out on one of their most popular weekend brunch items: THE POPULUS Scramble ($19). Toasted, buttery croissant filled with a generous amount of silky scrambled eggs, the rich and delicious taste of this dish will leave you coming back for more. Topped with crispy back bacon, this might just be the perfect brunch meal!

Address: 146 Neil Road, S(088875)
Opening Hours:
Sat – wed: 9am – 7pm
Thurs, Fri: 9am – 9.30pm

5. Knots Cafe and Living

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Take a step into Knots Cafe and Living and be wowed by the lush greenery all around. Located along Paya Lebar Road, this chic wood-industrial themed cafe cum furniture store sees a plethora of potted plants all around, as if you were stepping into a park. 

Although the cafe does not have a dedicated brunch section on its menu, its daily breakfast menu lasts all the way till 6pm, meaning you can grab a hearty Truffle Eggs Croissant ($13.50) or Knots Waffle Brekkie ($22) all day, every day, till the sun sets.

Address: 160 Paya Lebar Road, #01-07, Orion@PayaLebar,
Singapore 409022 
Opening Hours:
Mon: 11am – 6pm
Tues-Sun: 9am – 6pm

6. Five Oars Coffee Roasters

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With the whole global pandemic going on, travelling seems to be off our books indefinitely. If you’re craving for some classic Melburnian cafe grub, look no further than Five Oars Coffee Roasters! Located along Neil Road, the cafe’s interior is reminiscent of the industrial-chic minimalist vibes you’d get from cafes in Melbourne.

The cafe is known for its house blend coffee, Poseidon, which is exclusively roasted in Singapore. The coffee offers a mellow flavour with hints of hazelnut and chocolate, paring perfectly with dishes such as the Sea-salt Ricotta Avocado Toast ($16), or even the Breakfast Royale ($25), where diners can build their very own brunch from a selection of breads, meat, greens and eggs.

Address: 39 Tanjong Pagar Rd, Singapore 088462
Opening Hours:
Mon – Sun: 8am – 8pm

7. Paddy Hills

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Although its location might be a little out of the way, Paddy Hills is definitely still worth a visit. The cafe’s menu offers a wide list of fusion dishes, where East meets West in an epic, all-day brunch menu.

The Soft Shell Crab Burger ($25) sees a whole deep-fried soft shell crab nestled upon a tangy green mango salad, encased in a beautiful black squid ink bun. Some other must-try dishes include the Ramen Risotto ($24) and Big Breakfast ($25) – two popular dishes at Paddy Hills that could never go wrong!

Address: 38 South Buona Vista Road, Singapore 118164 
Opening Hours:
Mon, Wed: 10.30am – 5pm
Thurs, Fri: 10.30am – 5pm, 6pm – 10pm
Sat: 9am – 5pm, 6pm – 10pm
Sun: 9am – 5pm

Best mid-tier Sunday brunch in Singapore ($$)

8. Cherry Garden

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Looking to bring your parents for Sunday brunch? The Cherry Garden’s Dim Sum Brunch ($68++) is the ideal spot! Easily one of the most classic Chinese restaurants in town, Cherry Garden’s traditional yet luxurious decor will transport you back in time to the olden Chinese era. With a wide spread of dim sum selection and other a la carte dishes available, you’ll be awed with the food available. Dive straight into classic dim sum dishes like Steamed Pork Xiao Long Bao and Wok-Fried Radish Cake With XO Sauce! Complete your meal with the Cherries In Nui Er Hong And Aged Kuei Hua Wine Cocktail Jelly Served With Lychee Sorbet. With sourness from the lychee sorbet paired with a tinge of Osmanthus alcohol, this unique dessert is surely the perfect end to the best Sunday brunch in Singapore! 

Address: Marina Square, 5 Raffles Avenue, S(039797)
Opening Hours (Brunch):
Sat – Sun, PH: 11am – 1pm, 1:30pm – 3:30pm

9. mezza9 (Grand Hyatt)

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Celebrate important events at mezza9’s stylish place with their À La Minute Sunday Brunch ($78++ for non-alcoholic beverages)! Feast on a plethora of dishes from different cuisines, such as the Tom Yam Goong, Australian Beef T-bone and Wok-fried Maine Lobster Noodles!

You’ll be impressed by the wide selection of premium offerings which easily makes mezza9 one of the best Sunday brunch locations in Singapore! 


Address
: Grand Hyatt Singapore, Mezzanine Level, 10 Scotts Road, S(228211)
Opening Hours (Brunch):
Sun: 12pm – 3pm

Best champagne brunch in Singapore ($$$)

10. Brasserie Les Saveurs

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Looking to indulge in premium champagne for your Sunday brunch session? Brasserie Les Saveurs’s Duo Set ($378++ for two adults) will be right up your alley and tops our list as the most expensive spot for Sunday brunch in Singapore! Held in the grand St. Regis Hotel, you’ll be impressed by the impressive cold and hot entrées and exceptional service before you even begin brunch. As for main courses, you can enjoy gourmet food like Beef Tenderloin, Pan-seared Foie Gras, Mashed Potato and French Beans! Wrap up your luxurious meal with delectable desserts like Hazelnut Milk Chocolate Tartlet to make it the best champagne brunch.

Address: The St. Regis Singapore, 29 Tanglin Road, Lobby Level, S(247911)
Opening Hours (Brunch):
Sun: 12pm – 2:30pm

11. Manhattan Bar

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Enjoy free-flow craft cocktails, Bollinger Special Cuvée Champagne and more at Manhattan Bar’s Adults-Only Sunday Cocktail Brunch ($199++). Named 7th best bar in the world by Drinks International, Manhattan Bar offers a unique experience by bringing the New York atmosphere to you! With a retro music playlist and comfortable leather armchairs, the bar achieves a sense of sophistication and charm rarely found in other brunch places. Alcohol is the main star for this Sunday brunch! Head to the DIY Bloody Mary Room to customise your own Bloody Mary. With condiments like Ghost Pepper, Bak Kwa and Quail Eggs, you’re welcome to experiment at your own risk! Once you’re done, help yourself to a wide selection of food like American oysters, Maine lobsters and hand-rolled bagels. Finally, top off the best champagne brunch with a hearty American whiskey milkshake at the in-house rickhouse!

Address: Regent Hotel, 1 Cuscaden Road, Level 2, S(249715)
Opening Hours (Brunch):
Sun: 12pm – 3pm

Indulge in the best Sunday brunch in Singapore for a great mood booster

We hope our list of best Sunday brunch in Singapore has been helpful. With different price points, you’ll definitely find a place for Sunday brunch just for you! Don’t really like having a hefty Sunday brunch in Singapore? Why not read our guide to our favourite Upper Thomson cafes! Alternatively, try some of the best waffles in Singapore for a delicious start to your Sunday. For our Muslim friends, do also check out some of the best Halal cafes and restaurants in Orchard for more food choices. Whenever food is involved, we’ve got your back!

This article was updated on 28-08-2020. Additional research done by Justyn Toh.


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