The best cafés for an Easter brunch


Munch on your Easterlicious brunch with an egg-cellent view!
One & only outletClinton Street Baking Company & RestaurantKream & KenshoUnder Der Linden
More than one outlet Cafe Melba at Goodman Arts Centre Greenwood Fish Market @ Quayside Isle

With Easter Sunday nearing in less than a week on 17 April, you might be scouring for the best places for a delectable Easter brunch. To keep things egg-citing, we’ve organised a list of 5 super instagrammable cafés for a joyous Easter Day celebration! Start booking your seats in advance on Oddle Eats!

1. Cafe Melba at Goodman Arts Centre

Tucked away in Goodman Arts Centre, Cafe Melba (Goodman) is the perfect outdoor respite from the hectic city. This kid-friendly café with their famous bouncy castle serves a blend of Melbourne and Asian cuisine for your Easter brunch. Bask in a distinctly peaceful vibe while relishing in perennial classics like their Eggs Benedict (from $23++) and Chicken Avocado Sandwich (from $26++). Sip on Melba Specials such as a glass of Frozen Daquiri (from $16++) or Pimm’s Cup (from $15++) to pair with their Full Melba Breakfast (from $27++).

Not a morning person? Their hot Latte (from $7++) and Jameson Irish Coffee (from $16++) are well-known to have a strong kick. Still not enough? Get their Espressotini (from $16++) to mix espresso with vodka for a refreshing taste that’ll wake you up instantly. All you need to do is to sit back, relax and watch your kids play in the lush greenery.

Moreover, you can visit their other outlets at Mount Sophia and Mediapolis which also have a relaxed and calming concept.

Where: 90 Goodman Road Block N #01-56, Goodman Arts Centre, 439053 or 31 Mount Sophia, #01-00, Singapore 228480 or 1 Stars Ave, #03-01, Singapore 138507

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2. Clinton Street Baking Company & Restaurant

 
 
 
 
 
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Having made its way to Singapore, popular American-Eclectic restaurant, Clinton Street Baking Company & Restaurant is here to stay. Their iconic red signage will catch your eye as much as their internationally acclaimed blueberry pancakes. Their Pancakes with Warm Maple Butter (from $21++) comes with a choice of either blueberries, banana walnut or chocolate chunks. Best known for their all-day breakfast, make sure to check out their Buttermilk Biscuit Sandwich (from $19++) and Farmer’s Plate (from $26++).

If you’d like a heavier Easter brunch, consider their award-winning Chicken & Waffles (from $22++) which is available from 11.30am onwards. Complete your meal with their Cold Brew (from $7.50++) or a hot cup of English Breakfast Premium Tea (from $5.50++). Or shake it up with their Strawberry Rhubarb Lemonade (from $8.50++) and Classic Milkshake with Chantilly Cream (from $10.50++).

Where: 31 Purvis Street, Singapore 188608

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3. Greenwood Fish Market @ Quayside Isle

 
 
 
 
 
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Elevate your seafood Easter brunch experience at Greenwood Fish Market @ Quayside Isle! Feast on their savoury brunch plates including their Smoked Salmon Scones (from $13.95++) and Naan & Eggs (from $16.95++). Craving for sandwiches? Try their signature Brioche Breakfast Burger (from $24.95++) with a choice of either Angus Beef Patty or Impossible Meat Patty. The GFM Lox (from $19.95++) prepared with Applewood Cold Smoked Salmon, Cream Cheese and Caper Aioli is another all-time favourite.

Complement your main with Brunch Bubbles (from $9.95++) to start your morning right. For the daytime alcoholics, you can opt for The GFM Blowout (from $49.95++) with 3-hours unlimited Prosecco or Mimosa offering.

Furthermore, tantalise your kids’ taste buds with Cheese Melts (from $8.95++) and Mini Peanut Butter & Banana French Toast (from $8.95++). If Quayside Isle is out of the way, you can always go to their Bukit Timah outlet for their freshest seafood catch.

Where: 31 Ocean Way, #01-04/05, Singapore, 098375 or 34/38 Greenwood Ave S(289236)

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4. Kream & Kensho

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Call up your best pals and plan your Easter brunch at Kream & Kensho, a Japanese-inspired café whipping up Japanese fusion foods. Its soft-coloured interior is soothing and easy on the eyes, so that your dine-in experience will be a tranquil one.

For a scrumptious Easter brunch, have a go at their K&K Big Plate (from $20++) made up of rosti, pulled pork and crispy bacon. Want something sweeter to begin your day? Their Maddy San Shokupan (from $16++) will be your best bet since it is garnished with seasonal berries, salted caramel cream and maple syrup.

End your date with their interesting variety of beverages such as their Royal Milk Tea (from $6.50++) and tea-by-pot Lavender Houjicha (from $7++). If not, beat the humid weather in Singapore with thirst-quenching Ume Shiso Soda (from $6.50++) and Salted Lemonade (from $6.50++).

Where: 33 Kampong Bahru Road, #01-01, Singapore, 169354

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5. Under Der Linden

 
 
 
 
 
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If you are a food lover who can appreciate a café’s culturally rich story, Singapore’s Under Der Linden café is a must-go for your Easter brunch. The café borrows the title of medieval German lyrical poet Walther von der Vogelweide’s “Under Der Linder” poem as its name. Just like the story the poem tells, restaurateurs of Under Der Linden wish to celebrate love in the embrace of nature. This means that you’ll be exposed to injections of love, romance and innovation to modern French cuisine.

Rejoice in the colonial ambience for your Easter brunch this year as you indulge in their breakfast menu from 9am to 11.30am. Featuring their floral-themed Charcoal French Toast (from $18++) and Linden’s Big Breakfast (from $20++) containing pork sausage, smoked bacon and ham, together with smoked salmon, you’re in for a delightful treat!

Woke up late? Fret not because their lunch menu lasts from 12pm to 3.30pm. You’ll never be bored here with their multitude of creative foods like their Butternut Pumpkin Veloute (from $10++), Miyagi Oyster Rockefeller (from $19++) and Squid Ink Spaghetti (from $23++).

Where: 5B Portsdown Rd, Singapore 139311

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