FULLERTON BAY - Does anything sum up the quintessential Singapore Sunday brunch more than dining on global gourmet delicacies in a gorgeous heritage building next to the bay? How about if the brunch in question is called the “Hangover Brunch”? Even though we just experienced the Sunday brunch at La Brasserie in the fabulous Fullerton Hotel, we’re still salivating just thinking about it
Designed by renowned architect Andre Fu, the space features cozy salon spaces next to floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Marina Bay. You can opt to sit inside amid vintage furnishings and oak herringbone floors, in the luxe private dining room, or out on the terrace amid warm breezes.
Why you should come here
But on to the best part - the Hangover Brunch. Included is a huge buffet of dishes like the Assorted Charcuterie Platter with pickled vegetables, Cheese Board with dried fruits, Lemon Rosemary Rotisserie Chicken, Crackling Pork Loin Chop and so much more. And that’s just an introduction before you get to the Eggilicious menu and the Hot and Heavy dishes.
We won’t bore you with the details of the veritable smorgasbord of starters we stuffed ourselves with, but instead we’ll get straight to the good stuff. The Eggilicious menu had a choice of eight different egg dishes and we went for The Italian (eggs poached in spicy Italian sauce) and The Russian (vodka scrambled eggs with caviar and sour cream). The Italian was light and tasty and served as one perfectly done egg, which was great because we were already stuffed from the appetisers.
From the Hot and Heavy menu we chose the Stack Me Up (vanilla pancake with orange ricotta cheese spread and maple syrup), the utterly indulgent Griddle the Riddle (Belgium waffle served with creme fraiche and loads of berries), and the super tasty Beefed Up Mac & Cheese (gratin pasta and braised beef ribs tossed with spinach, cream and tasty cheddar).
The ambiance here is absolutely beautiful. We went on a rainy Saturday afternoon, so it was perfectly cozy. We could have sat there for hours. Our server Martin also really looked after us, which added to the overall experience.
The price here is also way better than many other hotel brunches . We spent about $115 each and the food was amazing. The price also included free flow wine and beer, so it really is the perfect place for an indulgent afternoon—just make sure your plan is to nap right after.
What we love
A decadent brunch on a Saturday afternoon with good friends or family. Get there earlier so you can take in the entire buffet of food and drinks and really have time to enjoy it, esp the DIY Bloody Mary Station.
They've got a live band playing Christmas music throughout the month of December, just call and check to see when you can hear them!
80 Collyer Quay
Tel: +65 6597 5288
Hours: Brunch: 12pm - 3pm
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