6 family-friendly Sunday brunches you must try

July 28, 2017
  • Oscar's, Conrad Centennial Singapore
    1 / 6 Oscar's, Conrad Centennial Singapore

    Oscar’s Supercharged Sunday Brunch certainly lives up to its name. The restaurant at Conrad Centennial Singapore boasts new additions to its already extensive spread – an outdoor charcoal barbecue with succulent lobsters and beef, a “live” organic egg station
    that offers poached eggs on English muffins with luxe toppings like pulled braised brisket and foie gras parcels, as well as a carving station with three types of roasts.

    Health-conscious mums will like the 4m-long salad bar, while the kids will gravitate towards the handmade chocolates and made-to-order waffles.

    The buffet is available from 12.30pm to 3.30pm. Adults pay from $98++ (free flow of coffee and tea), while kids aged six to 12 pay $49++. Visit www.connoisseur.sg/oscars-sunday-brunch.

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  • Ash & Elm, Intercontinental Singapore
    2 / 6 Ash & Elm, Intercontinental Singapore

    Come early and come hungry, because this new Sunday Champagne Brunch at Ash & Elm restaurant is one of the best buffets we’ve ever had. The highlight is its 11 a la minute dishes inspired by breakfast ingredients, which you order separately from the buffet spread.

    We tried five of these tasting-sized dishes, and they were all stellar. The braised beef short ribs with carrot, mushrooms and pearl onions melts in your mouth, while the pan-seared scallops in brown butter sauce with lemon, parsley and pancake butter is a pairing of savoury and sweet.

    The rest of the buffet is also amazing, from the fresh seafood to pizza-like flatbreads and more. The little ones will love the crepe station (pair it with the vanilla sauce) and you’ll like the lovely chocolates with local flavours like ginger and coconut.

    The Sunday Champagne Brunch is available from noon to 3pm. Pay $138++ for the full works, which includes unlimited Perrier-Jouet Champagne, house wines, D-I-Y Bloody Mary cocktails, soft drinks, juices, as well as coffee and tea.

    Or pay $98 without the champagne and wines. Kids aged six to 12 pay $48, while those aged five and under eat for free. Visit www.AshAndElm.sg, e-mail InterContinental.Dining@ihg.com or call 6825-1008.

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  • Seasonal Tastes, The Westin Singapore
    3 / 6 Seasonal Tastes, The Westin Singapore

    Kids will have a great time at the Sunday Family Lunch at Seasonal Tastes, where they get to eat and play. At the dedicated buffet section for children, they can help themselves to yummy sandwiches, pitas and salads that are lined up on low tables, as well as decorate their own cupcakes.

    With the children occupied, mums and dads can enjoy the sumptuous spread of oysters, roasts and prime cuts as well as the breathtaking seaview. There are also local favourites such as satay, laksa and Hokkien prawn noodles.

    Be sure to leave room for desserts – we especially love the rich chocolate cake and avocado gelato.

    The buffet is available from 12pm to 3pm. It costs $58++ per adult and $29++ per child from age four to 12. Kids below four eat free. Visit www.thewestinsingapore.com, e-mail seasonaltastes.singapore@westin.com or call 6922-6968.

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  • Potato Head
    4 / 6 Potato Head

    Take the kids to Potato Head for a brunch with a difference! The four-storey building is a gorgeous place to expose the kids to whimsical artworks and enjoy its Sunday Funday brunch party from 9am to 1pm.

    For $85++ per family with up to three kids under age 10 ($10 for each additional child), you get to pick any five items from its new Good Times brunch menu. The selection includes its signature gourmet burgers like Baby Huey, which comprises a 150g black angus beef patty, cheese and pickles in a toasted demi brioche bun.

    When the kids have their fill, they can try their hand at T-shirt painting for $20 each.

    Potato Head is at 36 Keong Saik Road. Visit www.ptthead.com or call 6237-1939.

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  • Paulaner Brauhaus
    5 / 6 Paulaner Brauhaus

    Don’t sleep in on Sunday! Paulaner Brauhaus serves a German brunch buffet worth waking up for.

    Its spread includes a wide array of both hot and cold stations, where you can expect pork knuckle, Bavarian meatloaf and sausages. End the satisfying meal on a befitting note with apple strudel, chocolate fountains and ice cream.

    Kids will be entertained with activities, such as colouring and mask-making, while the adults enjoy different styles of beers that are brewed onsite.

    The Sunday brunch buffet is available from 11.30am to 2.30pm, and it costs $16 for children aged five to 11, and $68 (with beer and soft drinks) per adult. Visit www.paulaner-brauhaus-singapore.com.

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  • Summerlong
    6 / 6 Summerlong

    If all you want to do is kick back and chill out with the kids on a lazy Sunday, the “city beach” vibe at Summerlong will appeal. Located beside the river at Robertson Quay, this new Eastern Mediterranean restaurant offers super comfy sofas to people-watch from.

    Its Sunday brunch menu gives you plenty of options, from healthier ones like almond yogurt & granola, buckwheat, poached pear, nuts ($15) to the full works like Persian fried chicken & egg, sweet potato corn hash, herbs ($22). Make sure to share the yummy blueberry pancakes, lemon butterscotch syrup, mascarpone ($18).

    The kids’ menu for ages 12 and under includes chicken pot pie, peas, corn, carrots ($10), 
 grilled fish, sweet potato crisps, garlic mash ($15) and a meatball sandwich, roasted tomato & capsicum $9.

    Visit www.summerlongsg.com.

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