Frohe Ostern! Here’s Where to Celebrate Easter 2017 in Singapore

Frohe Ostern! Here’s Where to Celebrate Easter 2017 in Singapore
April 06 09:31 2017 Print This Article

Easter’s round the corner so we’ve picked some of the best places to go over the festive weekend!

1. Easter at Brez’n (Closed)

easter 2017 in singapore

Brez’n (image credit: Brez’n)

Brez’n is a restaurant serving authentic Bavarian cuisine. Head over with your children on Easter Sunday and they’ll be in for a treat! The folks at Brez’n will be treating children (12 years and under) to a free meal from the kid’s menu with every adult meal ordered from their special Easter menu.

Highlights on the Easter menu include Salmon Steak with Potatoes and Wheatbeer-Hollandaise, Lamb Shank with Potato Mash, as well as an Easter Platter for all to share.

To keep your children entertained, kid’s meals come with a Brez’n kids activity bag with crayons and a colouring book, and they also have a dedicated kids corner for them to play while you sit back and enjoy your meal.

Date: 16 April

Price: From $15 for a dish, kids eat for free

Venue: 491 River Valley Road #01-21/22/23, Valley Point

2. Easter Sunday Galore at Cafe Mosaic

easter 2017 in singapore

Carlton (image credit: Carlton City)

Cafe Mosaic will be decked out in Easter themed fanfare this Easter Sunday. At their buffet lunch, expect more than just the usual international fare, but Easter dishes as well.

For those who really want to get into the Easter mood, sign up for their hot-cross bun making class with your child (exclusively for the Easter Sunday buffet lunch diners), or let your child take part in the Easter egg painting competition. And that’s not all– there’s also balloon sculpting, gingerbread bunny painting and more!

Date: 16 April

Price: $68 per adult for lunch buffet

Venue: 1 Gopeng St, Singapore 078862

3. Easter Brunch & Buffet at Crowne Plaza Changi Airport


Crowne Plaza invites you to an ‘egg-citing egg-venture at Changi Airport’ this Easter. In celebration of the occasion, their buffet treats include creative Asian egg dishes like Braised Pork Belly with Quail Eggs and Dried Mandarin Orange Zest, and Egg White and Salmon Roe Fried Rice.

Their traditional Easter dishes are not to be missed too. Check out their Fine de Claire Oyster Risotto with Riesling and Chives, Hot Cross Buns, Valrhona Bread, Butter Pudding and more! Your little ones would also love the selection they have at the kids buffet, with Fusilli Pasta, Breaded Fish Fillet, Fruit Jello and other kid-friendly treats.

Plus, Bar ‘75 will specially be turned into a Kids’ Entertainment Zone, where your children can express their creativity with egg-painting. To add to the fun, the jolly Easter Bunny will be making special appearances throughout the day, so keep an eye out for that!

Date:14-17 April

Price: From $58 for brunch per adult

Venue: Crowne Plaza Changi Airport 75 Airport Boulevard Singapore 819664

4. Glorious Easter Sunday Feast at Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel

easter 2017 in singapore

Marriott (image credit: Marriott Hotels Instagram)

Offering the “finest Local Easter treats right in the heart of Orchard Road”, Marriott Cafe’s team of culinary maestros will be whipping up a bevy of local and international dishes like Duck Foie Gras with Red Onion Marmalade and Oyster Florentine.

We’re anticipating their delectable sweet desserts and pastries too: Hot Cross Buns & Hot Cross Bun Pudding; Chocolate Eggs & Bunnies; Lemon Curd Cookie Nests, and more.

Marriott Cafe will also be hosting a kaleidoscope of kids activities on Easter Sunday. And while the team isn’t sharing much details about this on their website at the moment, they promise to enthrall your young ones in the festive occasion!

Date: 16 April

Price: Lunch buffet from $88 per adult

Venue:320 Orchard Rd, Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel, Singapore 238865

5. Easter Brunch at mezza9 at Grand Hyatt Singapore

easter 2017 in singapore

Hyatt (image credit: Mezza9)

The stylish mezza9 will feature a farmer’s market theme for Easter Sunday, as a toast to the artisan producers, environmentally responsible farmers and sustainable fisheries that have enabled the restaurant to serve up it’s myriad of delicious international fare.

Bringing the spotlight to their food, standout picks on their Easter brunch menu include a slow-cooked Dorper leg of lamb, organic vegetables from the Cameron Highlands, an expanded selection of Thai street dishes and more.

For those looking to sneak in a tipple or two, you can get free flow champagne, wines, handcrafted gin and tonics, martinis and beers for just an additional S$60++.

Date: 16 April

Price: $108 per adult

Venue: Grand Hyatt Singapore Mezza9 10 Scotts Road Singapore 228211

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