Singapore's Best Hotel-Champagne Brunches

27 November 2015

A visit to Singapore is hardly complete without one of the city’s famous weekend brunch experiences. Whilst you can brunch just about anywhere these days, the most decadent affairs are reserved for the hotel brunches where Champagne flows freely, lobster and crab are plentiful and a Sunday roast is never far from reach. 



Mezza9 at the Grand Hyatt

Well known by locals and visitors, the Mezza9 brunch pulls no stops in its quest to satisfy your every culinary desire. Located just off Singapore’s famous Orchard Road, head up to the mezzanine level at the Grand Hyatt to find a bustling dining area with no less than nine food stations. Choices range from traditional English roast meats to fresh sashimi as well as dim sum, yakitori and more. The trick is not to fill up too much because missing dessert will leave you weeping into your Champagne glass ;) And then there’s the cheese board which is truly first class. 

It’s not all about the food though, the free flow Perrier Jouet Champagne, offered alongside good white and red wines (they sometimes change but usually there’s a Cloudy Bay white wine and a Coonawarra red wine) are worth the trip alone. 

If you’re a group of six or more, you can book a private room to bring an extra special feeling to brunch. There’s no additional cost, and you’re more likely to have the very talented in-house-magician pop in to wow you with his magic during the afternoon.

Free flow Perrier Jouet Champagne brunch is SG$148 (plus 7% GST and 10% service)
Free flow brunch only is SG$128 (plus 7% GST and 10% service)

Brunch begins at 11.30am so be prompt to make the most of your experience. Last pour is at 2.45pm
Mezza9 is offering a Thanksgiving brunch on Sunday 29 November, for more info CLICK HERE

For reservations +65 6732 1234



The Knolls at Capella

If you’re after brunch minus the crowds, somewhere green and tranquil, then head to the gorgeous Capella hotel on Sentosa where you’ll find The Knolls. The Sunday brunch at The Knolls is a more intimate affair than Mezza9, so you won’t find quite the extensive range of food, what you will find instead -- is first class quality. The live barbecue station, gorgeously presented canapés, fresh seafood and, quite often, a lovingly prepared risotto are all offered throughout the afternoon. There’s also the added bonus of live music, the cheery band will play requests or simply serenade diners throughout the three hour brunch. 

Free flow Taittinger Champagne brunch is SG$178 (plus 7% GST and 10% service)
Free flow brunch only is SG$128 (plus 7% GST and 10% service)

Brunch runs from 12pm to 3pm
The Knolls is offering a Thanksgiving brunch on Sunday 29 November, for more info CLICK HERE

For reservations +65 6591 5046



La Dolce Vita at Mandarin Oriental

La Dolce Vita pretty much says it all about brunch. “The Good Life”, sums up both La Dolce Vita, the Italian restaurant at the Mandarin Oriental, and the decadent weekend brunch affair overlooking the sun-kissed pool. One of the few brunches in Singapore available on both Saturday and Sunday, the light filled room at the top of the Mandarin Oriental is a relaxing and sophisticated way to spend an afternoon enjoying authentic Italian food. 

La Dolce Vita does things slightly differently to the buffet style, offering a menu of individually prepared dishes that are brought to your table. And the best bit is that when you really like something the smiling staff will happily replenish that item for you. For dessert there is a stunning range of concoctions available from the dessert buffet, and also an assorted cheese platter to fill any gaps. Another highlight at La Dolce Vita is the free flow Ruinart “R” Champagne, one of the better Champagnes around. 

Free flow Ruinart “R” Champagne brunch is SG$158 (plus 7% GST and 10% service)
Free flow brunch only is SG$118 (plus 7% GST and 10% service)

Brunch runs from 12pm to 3pm on Saturday and Sunday

For reservations  +65 6885 3500 


MEET VICTORIA

Victoria has travelled to over 45 Countries, explored and immersed herself into each culture while hunting down the best food. In Singapore since 2011, Victoria makes sure that her foodie reccomendations are always authentic and delicious. When she’s not traveling or eating, Victoria is busy trying to burn off calories in a half marathon somewhere crazy.

For more Singapore Foodie tips, head on over to her blog HERE.