If there’s a better way to spend a leisurely weekend afternoon in Singapore than at a lavish brunch where the food is fabulous and the booze free-flowing, then we haven’t found it yet. The only problem is our favourite activity can get pricey with fancy brunches often exceeding the $200++ mark – ouch. But for those who love free-flow brunches as much as we do, and are looking for a bargain to boot, here’re our favourite boozy deals that fall under the $100 mark before service and tax. Pass the prosecco!
Bochinche may be best known for its amazing Argentinian cuisine and wine, but it also offers a pretty kicking brunch menu every weekend too. The menu features a la carte breakfast dishes like organic poached eggs on toast with braised ossobuco and chive hollandaise, dulce de leche pancakes with caramelised bananas, mascarpone cream, crumble and maple syrup, as well as tantalising small plates, authentic grilled Argentinian beef, and desserts, coffees, and teas. Make it more boozy with free-flow Mojitos, Bloody Marys, and free flow prosecco for $55++.
115 Amoy Street, #01-02
Tel: +65 6235 4990
Brunch hours: Sat & Sun, 11am – 3pm
Price: A la carte, $55++ for free flow prosecco
Bochinche is also featured in our Ultimate Saturday Brunch Guide
Want a side of stellar view with your sumptuous brunch? Then head to Forlino, a lovely Italian eatery on the second floor of One Fullerton with huge windows overlooking Marina Bay. The weekend brunch here comprises an impressive spread of gourmet Italian dishes that change according to what produce is in season and the chef’s fancy; consider it food roulette. Expect anything from trout carpaccio to four-cheese penne to saffron risotto Milanese. You’ll be hard-pressed to find a better deal in the city; brunch is just $44++ pp with free-flow prosecco available for an extra $40++.
1 Fullerton Road, One Fullerton #02-06
Tel: +65 6536 9965
Brunch Hours: Sat-Sun: 12pm – 2:30pm
Il Lido on the Cliff
Head to Sentosa and perch yourself for a couple of hours at Il Lido on the Cliff. Tables come with a pool or sea view so you’ll be channelling holiday vibes in no time. The Italian feast begins with plates of appetisers and pasta for sharing before moving on to a choice of three mains. A decadent dessert station rounds things off; save space for it, you won’t want to miss out!
Where: Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa, 2 Bukit Manis Road, Sentosa, Singapore 099891
Tel: +65 6708 8310
Brunch hours: every 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month from 12:30 pm – 2:30 pm
Price: 98++ with free flow Prosecco, $78++ (without alcohol), $39++ (5 – 11 years old)
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”? We’re salivating just thinking about the Sunday brunch at La Brasserie in the fabulous Fullerton Hotel. Included in this epic foodie treat 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 more! And that’s just the intro before you get to the ‘eggilicious’ menu and the hot and heavy dishes. The best part? The DIY Bloody Mary bar and free flow wine and beer for $99++.
80 Collyer Quay
Tel: +65 6597 5288
Hours: Brunch: 12pm – 3pm
La Brasserie is also featured on our Ultimate Saturday Brunch Guide
Latteria Mozzarella Bar
Another authentic Italian joint, Latteria Mozzarella Bar offers a laid-back locale for a leisurely brunch. Its popular Sunday family brunch includes up to ten different Italian culinary creations for just $48++ person or $78++ with a wine pairing. Grab a seat inside for air-conditioning or outside on the terrace and dig into goodies like its famed Italian cheeses and cold cuts, artisanal pasta, fresh fish, gourmet meats, and classic Italian desserts.
40 Duxton Hill
Tel: +65 6866 1988
Brunch Hours: Sun: 12pm – 2:30pm
This spot place exudes Italian charm thanks to brick walls interspersed with wooden wine cabinets, checked tablecloths, and a solid marble bar. Its Sunday brunch spread is definitely one to come hungry too; it features a huge buffet of traditional Italian dishes like Caprese salad with buffalo mozzarella and cherry tomatoes, squid ink gnocchi, and slow-braised beef cheeks. Brunch is $48++ with free-flow selected juices, coffee and tea. For an additional $30++ you’ll get free flow house wine, prosecco, Tiger draft beer, plus Aperol and Campari cocktails.
Tel: +65 6416 7322
Brunch Hours: Sun: 11:30am – 2:30pm
PS. Cafe at Ann Siang Hill
This brunch is for wine lovers! Vino is flowing for 3 hours, from 12 pm – 3 pm, at this newly launched brunch. Food is served a la carte, an the wine flows for $70++. Free-flowing options on offer range from Villa Sandi’s Valdobbiadene prosecco to the red, white, and rosé wines from the iconic Spanish vineyard Marques de Riscal. The robust ‘Airenzo’ Tempranillo, vibrant Rueda Verdejo white, and pale Rosado Rosé are also available.
45 Ann Siang Rd
Brunch Hours: Weekends and Public Holidays12 pm – 3 pm
Tel: +65 6708 9288