Kickstart your weekends in style! It’s time to gather your best friends and enjoy a good ol’ Sunday brunch out. And there’s no better way to do that than to skip the line by reserving ahead through our reservation system! Read our carefully curated, top-tier list of restaurants and cafes in Singapore to satisfy your brunch needs this coming weekend.
1. Window On The Park
Who’s up for a scrumptious buffet of local Asian delights and an extensive menu of international delicacies? Well, Window on the Park is here to satisfy all of your cravings! Situated in a quiet, peaceful location just a stone’s throw away from Somerset and Dhoby Ghaut MRT Stations, take in the gorgeous view of the city as you relish in a delightful Sunday brunch.
Feast upon a fresh mix of seafood with Seafood Shell Out Combo (500g). With prices starting at $42.80, this Seafood Combo features a generous amount of mud crab, along with all your seafood favourites in five special flavours that you can choose from, like the Sichuan Ma La, Hong Kong “Typhoon Shelter” style or local favourites such as Singapore Laksa, Black Pepper, or Mushroom Cream with Cheese.
If you are looking for a bit of a sweet treat, why not order the Afternoon High Tea x Dilmah ($70) instead? This sweet and savoury combination consists of freshly baked plain and cranberry scones, alongside smoked salmon tartare with lemon verbena jelly, minty buttermilk chicken, rose and lychee cake, and many more. Satisfy your Sunday brunch cravings with Window on the Park.
Pair your rice bowls with a bottle of Raifuku Junmai Ginjo 225ml ($35) – the refreshing and floral taste of the alcohol is guaranteed to bring out the umami flavours of each component in the rice bowl.
Reserve a table at Tanoke to enjoy the simple pleasures of pairing food and sake!
At Kream & Kensho, enjoy a unique take on brunch with their Japanese-inspired dishes and gourmet coffee. Featuring their Sakura Ebi Capellini ($19.80), an oh-so-flavourful dish made with Sakura Ebi, Shio Kombu, White Wine, and Capellini. Topped with Ikura, every bite you take promises a burst of umami flavours!
To end your meal, you can give their Instagram-worthy dessert, Grape Ricotta Brioche ($15.40), a try! An abundant serving of grapes, matcha, and pistachios on top of a mouth-watering layer of ricotta spread on toast, this dish promises a medley of textures and flavours that satisfies any sweet tooth.
Skip the queue and reserve a table at Kream & Kensho now!
Address: 33 Kampong Bahru Road, #01-01, Singapore 169354
Craving for pizzas this coming weekend? Look no further. At PizzaExpress, take your pick of unique, freshly tossed pizzas all day, every day.
I highly recommend that you try the Calabrese (Rectangle) ($32.50). Calabria-style sausage, spicy Italian sausage, mozzarella, red chillies, and pesto Genovese – these are just some of the mouth-watering toppings that make this pizza oh so fine! Besides pizza, PizzaExpress has a wide selection of other dishes for you. Try their Spicy Lemon Chicken Linguine ($16) or Penne Arrabiata ($16) as a vegetarian option. Trust us, these won’t let you down!
Hurry and book your table here at PizzaExpress for a satisfying Sunday brunch out!
Joining us in this exciting lineup of restaurants is Burger & Lobster! A renowned restaurant from London, you can always trust Burger and Lobster to give you the quality food for a perfect Sunday brunch.
To begin, dig into their Original Lobster Roll ($29). Highly raved by food bloggers and critics, this simple yet heavenly roll is made with generous chunks of lobster meat doused in lemon mayo. Served in a toasted brioche roll, the blissful, buttery fragrance bun complements the flavour profile of lobster. Looking for something more unique? Have a go at their other flavours such as the Seven Samurai Lobster Roll ($21) or the Surf & Turf Roll ($21).
Everyone’s raving about it, so if you’re FOMO, then hurry place your reservations at Burger & Lobster for your Sunday brunch!
Address: 328 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 188719
6. Supply & Demand
Let’s do brunch the Italian way with Supply & Demand. An award-winning Italian restaurant chain in Singapore, Supply & Demand serves up appetising Italian cuisines to keep your hearts and bellies full on a blissful Sunday afternoon!
Ready for a casual Sunday brunch? Gather your best friends and head over to Tess Bar & Kitchen!
Treat your palate and stomach to their Whole Lobster Tail Tagliatelle ($28). Complemented with a sweet Vodka Rose Sauce and the saltiness of the Trout Roe, the flavour profile of this dish is nothing short of exemplary. Not a fan of lobster? Why not try their signature Slow-Cooked Angus Beef Cheek ($20). Consisting of Broccolini, Creamy Mash and topped with Poached Egg, this dish is exactly what your weekend needs. Complete your Sunday afternoon with a glass of Aperol Spritz or a glass of Salted Caramel Espresso Martini.
Make a date with Tess Bar & Kitchen by placing your reservations here.
Address: 38 Seah Street, Singapore 188394
8. KARA By Sogurt
When we think of Sogurt, we are instantly reminded of the soft, sweet-tasting frozen yoghurt ice cream. But did you know that Sogurt also sells a variety of grain bowls, pasta, and grilled sandwiches that are perfect for your Sunday brunch?
KARA by Sogurt, is a quaint little cafe along Bukit Timah Road, near the corners of Coronation Plaza. Start by digging into the Pork Belly Miso ($17.90)bowl. A ramen-inspired dish featuring various delectables such as tender kakuni braised pork belly, onsen egg, ramen crisps and miso mayo. Or, have a wholesome bowl of their Chicken & Avo Salad (From $17.90). With a classic salad with rotisserie chicken, avocado, cherry tomatoes on a bed of romaine lettuce, this bowl promises to deliver nothing but wholesome goodness.
Reserve a table at KARA by Sogurt for a delightful brunch this Sunday!