We are nearing the end of the year, and that’s when things are getting exciting for the F&B restaurants in Singapore. In November, many of us are already in our holiday moods and that means that the feasting and self-pampering begins!
Last month, we shared 8 Irresistible 1-For-1 And One Dines Free deals at various restaurants in Singapore. If you missed them out, fret not because this month you get to enjoy a whopping 50% off Second Diner Promotions for the finest Sunday Champagne Brunch at Opus in Hilton Singapore and the freshest catch at Seasonal Tastes in The Westin Singapore!
Think bubbly drinks and seafood spreads with crabs, half-shell scallops, freshly-shucked plump oysters; and so much more at two very prestigious restaurants in Singapore. If you haven’t got anything to look forward to in November, this shall be it.
We slog throughout the week to get work done, and many times, we’d rush through our meals simply because there is no luxury of time to sit down to properly enjoy our food. That’s when weekend indulgences are what keep us going, and we look forward to unwinding over great food and wine.
Champagne brunches are increasingly popular; think bottomless champagne and prosecco brunch spreads fit for the royalty. The very idea of luxuriating over endless servings of gourmet food and free-flow premium bubbles always have us all thrilled. Don’t you, too?
Need some help? Here is our guide to the The Best Weekend Champagne and Prosecco Brunches in Singapore. Whoever said money cannot buy happiness obviously haven’t had a memorable champagne brunch!
Can’t get enough of Sunday brunch? We have another option for you.
Oscar’s at Conrad Centennial Singapore Hotel has recently launched an awesome Sunday Champagne Brunch Buffet. The lavish spread is seriously the epitome of indulgence; we were blown away by the sheer number of gourmet delicacies.
From Boston lobsters, London duck, fresh Japanese sashimi, pan-seared foie gras to hearty Asian noodles, the Sunday Champagne Brunch Buffet at Oscar’s will complete your Sundays.
Readers of ladyironchef can quote “OscarsLIC” when making your reservations to enjoy the promotion of 1-dines-free-with-3-paying-adults.
If you’ve not booked your seats for SuperBrunch at The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore this Sunday, do take action fast!
The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore is synonymous with the best buffets in Singapore. and twice a year, the hotel organises an extravagant SuperBrunch that foodies look forward to.
Three Cheers for The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore’s SuperBrunch – The Brunch Buffet of The Year Is Back!
Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore officially reopened its doors last month after a massive refurbishment, and its all-day dining restaurant J65 is quite a showstopper with its scrumptious gourmet offerings.
J65′s Sunday Brunch offers an unrivalled dining experience, and it is one of Singapore’s most value-for-money buffet spreads – at S$88 nett/pax (without alcohol), or S$128 nett/pax (with free-flowing Champagne, wine, beer and cocktails).
Tuck in to unlimited servings of superbly fresh seafood, premium Iberico ham, roast prime ribs, local dishes, endless sushi and desserts.
From now till Sunday, 28 Feb 2016, quote “ladyironchef” to be entitled to S$50* off Sunday Brunch at J65 with a minimum of two paying adults. Which brings us to our next point – our readers can utilise this offer and enjoy a stellar buffet at S$63 nett per person (if there is just two of you)!
Sunday brunch just got kicked up a notch with Hilton Singapore’s newly revamped Champagne buffet brunch special. We are telling you that this is easily among the best champagne brunches in Singapore, for the spread features only the most premium of ingredients at reasonable prices.
You bet we were awed by the array of fresh seafood, premium Australian meat cuts, gourmet European delicatessen and more. To say we were enticed by the sheer spread is an understatement. Very often, champagne brunches come with an exorbitant price tag, and for those who do not drink, paying the premium just does not make sense.
And it does not happen here at Hilton Singapore. There is an option for those who prefer to indulge in only the food at S$88++/pax, and there are two options for those who want to luxuriate further with sparkling wine, red and white wines, and champagne.
Readers of ladyironchef will be entitled to S$50 off Hilton Singapore’s Sunday brunch with a minimum of two paying adults. More details at the end of this post. Meanwhile, here are the highlights of Hilton Singapore’s Sunday Champagne Brunch.
Sundays are a great time to gather with your friends and family; Sundays are fun days to tuck in to mezza9 at Grand Hyatt Singapore’s immensely popular Champagne Brunch that features a galore of international cuisines. With Perrier Jouët Champagne, no less.
You have no idea how our eyes are always drawn to the fresh seafood section of Maine lobsters, French oysters and king prawns every single time we step in to mezza9 on Sundays. Beyond that, what never cease to amaze us are the eight other stations, each presenting a cuisine of the world. From European fare to Chinese roast meats to Japanese delights, there is certainly something for everybody here.
It is little wonder mezza9 is one of the best places in town for Champagne Brunches. Here are 10 Reasons to Love mezza9 at Grand Hyatt’s Sunday Champagne Brunch – a meal fit for the royalty.
Perched atop Telok Blangah Hill is an opulent colonial building occupied by Italian Restaurant Alkaff Mansion Ristorante. The bungalow was once a highly sought-after destination amongst the entitled in the 1930s, where it was renowned for the most extravagant socialite parties.
Painstakingly restored to its grandeur in 2011, all present-day visitors are warmly welcomed to experience the glorious splendour of yesteryears while enjoying authentic Italian fare. And on Sundays, Alkaff Mansion Ristorante offers a decadent buffet spread of Italian gourmet alongside unlimited flow of Prosecco, White and Red wines for only S$98++ per adult.
The seemingly hefty price tag is actually an amazing deal, especially when compared to the average rates in Singapore’s fine dining industry. Diners get to indulge in unlimited servings of fresh seafood, fine meats, pastas in a variety of sauces, and refreshing bubbles! You would probably have to pay twice more when ordering such amounts in other fancy establishments.
So, what’s not to love about Alkaff Mansion Ristorante’s Sunday Prosecco Brunch?