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6 All-You-Can-Egg Easter Brunches Worth Hopping To

Feast on succulent roasts, egg-themed dishes and indulgent desserts.

By Mandy Lim Beitler      24 March 2021

One-Ninety Restaurant

It’s going to be a truly indulgent buffet at Four Seasons Hotel Singapore this Easter. Start with ocean-fresh Maine Lobsters, Avruga Caviar and Diamond Clams, as well as a spread of appetisers from Poached White Asparagus in Truffle Emulsion to Deep-Sea Crab Legs with Lime Aioli. Then pick your choice of entrée, such as Roasted Spring Chicken with Lemon Thyme and Acquerello Risotto with Saffron.

That’s not all. To complement your entrée, four ‘live’ stations will serve up carvings of 72-hour Slow Roasted Milk Fed Lamb, Baked Salmon Coulibiac, Apple Wood Smoked Peking Duck, and Slow Roasted Wagyu Beef Rump. Finally, an additional selection of 20 cheeses and even more handcrafted desserts courtesy of Executive Pastry Chef Audrey Yee await. Get ready to crack lots of smiles with Easter Bunny cookies and cupcakes, Hot Cross Buns, Ricotta Cheese Tarts and more.

Available 12 noon to 3pm on April 4 from $148++ per adult and $68++ per child aged 5-12 years.

Level 1, Four Seasons Hotel Singapore, 190 Orchard Boulevard
fourseasons.com/singapore


Solo Ristorante

For a traditional Italian Easter feast with an Italian twist, head to Solo Ristorante for Il Solo Easter Brunch. Chef/partner Simone Fraternali promises you’ll have a veritable feast of Italian classics just like his grandmother prepares during family celebrations back home in Gradara.  Start with appetisers featuring spring ingredients such as white asparagus and artichoke. For mains, savour festive favourites such as Slow Roasted Leg of Lamb and traditional Lasagna with Angus Beef Bolognese. Finally, end off with Ciambella, homemade Easter cake with dark chocolate and mascarpone cream.

Oh, and did we mention that you can have as many servings of each course as you like? Yup, just like in Chef’s nonna’s kitchen!

Available from 12 noon to 3pm on April 4  from $108++ per person.

45 Amoy Street
soloristorante.com

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