Sunday Brunch In Singapore: 9 Best Spots For A Good Weekend Treat

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We get it: life can sometimes be tough and you’ll need a way to reward yourself after a long week. Why not treat yourself with a sumptuous Sunday brunch! From value-for-money brunches to hotel champagne brunches, here are our favourites that no doubt qualify for the title of best Sunday brunch in Singapore.

Best Spots For Value-For-Money Sunday Brunch In Singapore ($)

Lola’s Cafe

Every best spots for Sunday brunch in Singapore list 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 and Seasalt Chocolate Tart, 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 ($15)! 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.

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Address: 5 Simon Road, S(545893)
Brunch Opening Hours:
Tues – Fri: 10am – 3pm
Satur – Sun: 10am – 3.30pm

Symmetry Cafe

Despite opening back in 2012, Symmetry Cafe is still widely regarded as one of the best locations for Sunday brunch in Singapore! With subtle nods to French and Australian influences, you’ll feel right at home as Symmetry rocks the hippie-indie cafe culture with pride. 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 Waffles ($16)! Crisp on the outside and fluffy on the inside, the golden brown waffles arrive on your table with an unmistakable eggy fragrance. To counteract the richness of maple syrup and triple chocolate ice cream, berries compote and mascarpone introduce tartness so you never feel overwhelmed after taking multiple bites.

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Address: 9 Jalan Kubor, #01-01, S(199206)
Brunch Opening Hours:
Mon – Fri: 11am – 4pm
Sat, Public Holidays: 9am – 3.30pm
Sun: 9am – 5.30pm

Garden Slug

An underrated gem tucked away in Telok Kurau, Garden Slug is a quaint retro cafe to enjoy your Sunday brunch in Singapore! The staff are committed to delivering an inclusive and comfortable dining experience as they provide 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 is more of a sampler platter as the portions and variety are generous. 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.

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Address: Bright Centre, 55 Lorong L Telok Kurau, S(425500)
Brunch Opening Hours:
Mon – Tues: 6pm -10pm
Wed – Fri: 11am-10pm
Sat – Sun, Public Holidays: 9am-10pm

Best Spots For Mid-Tier Sunday Brunch In Singapore ($$)

Pizza Express

Tired of your conventional Sunday brunch in Singapore? Why not have one that includes unlimited alcohol and pizza? Held every week at Marina One, indulge in all-you-can-eat pizza with Pizza Express’s Free Flow Brunch ($60++). Making waves all around the world, Pizza Express is renowned for its premium pizzas and dough balls that you’re bound to enjoy!

As for our brunch recommendations, nothing quite matches the joy of digging into a spicy slice of thin-crusted Calabrese pizza while sipping your glass of premium Prosecco and finishing your meal with the richness of Chocolate Fudge Cake. Sick of the pizza options? Go for the Lobster and Crabmeat Ravioli as the generous meat servings are paired perfectly with zesty Pomodoro sauce!

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Address: 7 Straits View, Marina One East Tower, #01-20, S(018936)
Brunch Opening Hours: Sun: 11.30am – 3pm

The Clifford Pier

Looking to bring your parents for Sunday brunch? The Clifford Pier’s Heritage Dim Sum Brunch ($49++) is the ideal spot! It’s one of the few places that offers diners a breathtaking panoramic view of the Marina Bay area while indulging in traditional dim sum fare. You’ll also be taken aback by the overall ambience as the extravagant interior design includes iron chandeliers and radiant marble flooring.

Dive straight into classic dim sum dishes like Siew Mai and Teochew Fen Guo dumplings along with local favourites like Kueh Pie Tee and Fried Carrot Cake! The staff have gone to great lengths to pile on the nostalgia as dishes are served to you from traditional wooden dim sum trolleys. There’s even a live three-piece jazz band that plays smooth tunes from yesteryear so older diners can hum along!

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Address: 80 Collyer Quay, S(049326)
Brunch Opening Hours:
Saturday – Sunday, Public Holidays: 11am – 2pm

Salted And Hung

If you’re less of an eggs benedict kind of diner and prefer your Sunday brunch in Singapore to be more meaty, you’ll feel right at home at Salted And Hung! The place is run by chef Drew Nocente, who pours his heart into serving quality cured meat with distinct Australian flavours. Proclaiming itself as the go-to-place for house-cured meats, you’ll be glad to know you can enjoy free-flow meat with their Weekend Brunch Hang Out ($58++).

Despite featuring only 13 menu items, each brunch dish is immaculately designed to ensure you savour each bite. Our clear winner was the Steak, Mushrooms and Eggs. The juicy medium-rare steak was perfectly grilled and had a welcome char to it while the runny sous vide egg and mushrooms enhanced the dish’s rich meaty flavour!

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Address: 12 Purvis Street, S(188591)
Brunch Opening Hours:
Sat – Sun: 11.30am – 4pm

Best Spots For Champagne Brunch In Singapore ($$$)

Brasserie Les Saveurs

Looking to indulge in premium champagne during your Sunday brunch session? Brasserie Les Saveurs’s Champagne Brunch Experience ($395++) will be right up your alley and tops our list as most expensive spot for Sunday brunch in Singapore! Held in the grand St. Regis Hotel, you’ll be impressed by the lovingly handcrafted canapés (bite-sized decorative food) and exceptional service before you even begin brunch. Sunday brunch is taken seriously here so expect to be treated like a distinguished guest as you’re welcome to enjoy the complimentary pre-brunch cocktails and the live jazz performances.

By paying top dollar, you’ll have access to a vast range of main courses and quality alcohol. Do have multiple glasses of Krug Grand Cuvée NV as it’s considered one of the best champagnes on the market. It’s so grand that the sommelier opens each champagne bottle with a sword! As for main courses, you can enjoy gourmet food like Alaskan Crab Legs, Caviar, Prime Ribs and Foie Gras!

Brasserie Les Saveurs brunch in Singapore
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Address: 29 Tanglin Road, Lobby Level, The St. Regis Singapore, S(247911)
Brunch Opening Hours: Sun: 12pm – 3pm

Edge Food Theatre

Featuring interactive live food theatres, Edge’s Sunday Champagne Brunch ($208++) challenges typical brunch conventions by offering more than 120 dishes and holding the title of longest champagne brunch in Singapore! At the live stations, you are free to witness the expert chefs cook your preferred food so you can have it served piping hot. To enhance the overall theatrical element, cooking and cocktail making demonstrations are held to complete your extravagant brunch experience!

The variety here is staggering so we’ll try to list the best that Edge has to offer! If you’re a meat lover, grab some Hay Smoked Whole Baby Lamb, Mongolian Suckling Pig and Roasted Sakura Chicken from the Carvery and Pastas station. Need to get your cheese fix? Check out the two-metre long Farmer’s Cheese Theatre that offers 30 unique artisanal cheese variations. Complete your champagne brunch experience with made-to-order waffles, crepes, chocolate lava cake and Veuve Clicquot Rosé Champagne!

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Address: 7 Raffles Boulevard, Level 3, Pan Pacific Singapore, S(039595)
Brunch Opening Hours: Sun: 12pm – 3.30pm

Manhattan Bar

Enjoy free-flow craft cocktails at Manhattan Bar’s Adults-Only Sunday Cocktail Brunch and Boozy Milkshakes($195++). Named 7th best bar in the world by Drinks International, Manhattan Bar offers a unique experience by bringing the New York atmosphere to you! Immerse yourself in classic New York décor as Manhattan pulls out all the stops. 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. Choose from American oysters and Maine lobsters to braised short ribs and hand-rolled bagels. Finally, top your brunch off with a hearty American whiskey milkshake at the in-house rickhouse.

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

 

With different  price points, you’ll definitely find a place for Sunday brunch in Singapore just for you!

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Don’t really like having a hefty Sunday brunch in Singapore? Why not read our guide to our favourite Tiong Bahru cafes! Prefer eating somewhere in the north? Check out our list of must-visit stores at the new Northpoint City! Whenever food is involved, we’ve got your back!

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