5 Exquisite Mother’s Day Feasts in Singapore

From traditional Cantonese dim sum to a decadent seafood brunch, these celebratory spreads will delight the most important lady in your life.

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1. Mandarin Oriental, Singapore

On May 12 and 13, pamper mom with exquisite Cantonese cuisine at the award-winning Cherry Garden at Mandarin Oriental. In addition to the restaurant’s weekend dim sum brunch menu, popular dishes such as crispy fried scallop with lychee and salted egg yolk, as well as classic pig trotters and egg with ginger in sweet vinegar, will be served. At dinner, a decadent feast of superior lobster soup with enoki mushrooms and pan-fried beef cubes with sliced garlic in black pepper sauce awaits.

More information here.

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2. Swissôtel Merchant Court

Surprise the queen of your household on Mother’s Day with a lavish brunch buffet at Ellenborough Market Café and enjoy a spread featuring seafood on ice, Peranakan-style dishes, and local treats. All mothers will get to savor a complimentary serving of the Braised Buddha’s Temptation soup, which is served piping hot with nourishing ingredients such as fish maw, dried scallops, dried mushroom, sea cucumber, chicken, wolfberries, and abalone.

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3. Capella Singapore

On May 13, commemorate Mother’s Day with a memorable Sunday Brunch at The Knolls. Guests can look forward to meeting special guest Tasha Lu, who is Hendrick’s Gin Southeast Asia’s Brand Ambassador. The brunch will feature classy cocktails created with Hendrick’s Gin, as well as live food stations. Mothers are also invited to create and bring home a personalized fragrance that best suits their style at a pop-up booth.

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4. TWG Tea

Available from May 7 to 13, TWG Tea’s special Mother’s Day menu features the Breakfast Queen Tea, a green tea blend with hints of sweet lemon and noble rose. Start the meal with choice of sparking white wine cocktail infused with Breakfast Queen Tea or a mocktail of fresh pineapple and orange juice infused with Pink Flamingo Tea. What follows is pan-seared slipper lobster served with a pearl couscous ragout, and a vanilla- and Magic Moment Tea-infused cream layered in an almond sponge cake, served with apricot confit and Vanilla Bourbon Tea ice cream for a sweet ending.

More information here.

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5. Mitzo

This Mother’s Day, whisk mom to Grand Park Orchard’s Mitzo for a Cantonese feast with a contemporary twist. Expect appetizers like rosemary roasted pork belly combined with pan-fried “yuan yang” dumplings, followed by a comforting abalone soup brewed with snow lotus seeds, raisins, and chicken. Executive head chef Nicky Ng also offers his spin on a traditional comfort dish: lobster claw with dried scallop rice porridge in carrot and pork consommé.

More information here.


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