What’s a Singaporean weekend without free-flowing champagne in the middle of the day? Luxurious brunches have become a norm in the Little Red Dot. After all, this fast-paced city needs something potent—and alcoholic—to unwind and loosen up. Here are our top choices of champagne brunches for travelers seeking a bubbly Singapore weekend experience.
Brasserie Les Saveurs at The St Regis Singapore (Lobby Level)
29 Tanglin Road (247911). Nearest station: Orchard. +65 6506 6888
No credible brunch list will be complete without including one of the most indulgent brunches in Singapore. Brasserie Les Saveurs doesn’t just offer epicurean French cuisine and flute after flute of champagne. It also brings a pampering, sensory afternoon that you’ll want to experience again, hopefully, with someone really special. The semi-buffet concept offers a touch of fine French dining, with over 20 types of French dessert, endless refills from sommeliers and romantic live jazz.
Sunday Champagne Brunch, 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. Prices: US$145 per adult, with alcohol, juices, soda, and tea; US$293 per adult, with free-flow Krug Grande Cuvée NV.
Equinox Restaurant at Swissôtel The Stamford (Level 70)
2 Stamford Road (178882). Nearest station: City Hall. +65 6837 3322
Arguably the most romantic and relaxing setting on this list, the panoramic city view from this restaurant is as breathtaking as the decadent culinary theatrics that place Equinox on the top three of almost every Sunday brunch list. With its indulgent Modern European menu, it may not be as adventurous as the others on this list, but its ocean-fresh seafood and succulent meats, washed down with bottomless Moët & Chandon, sure make an Equinox brunch a must-repeat experience. And again, dear travelers, it’s (almost) all about the view.
Champagne Sunday Brunch, 12 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Prices: US$117 per adult, with free-flow Moët & Chandon Impérial. Pink Vintage Sunday Brunch (every last Sunday), 12pm to 3:30pm. Prices: US$132 per adult, with free-flow Moët & Chandon Rosé 2008.