Champagne brunch buffet spots in town
If you’re craving for an atas champagne brunch buffet while on a budget, you’ve come to the right place. From Italian to Chinese cuisines, these champagne brunch buffet spots are bound to let you eat to your heart’s content! Just don’t forget to pop the champagne while you’re at it.
1. Ash and Elm
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At InterContinental Singapore, get blown away by European restaurant Ash and Elm’s Sunday Champagne Brunch ($138++). This brunch feast features three tasting platters that come with seasonal ingredients from the sea, garden, and land. They’ve also got a buffet of seafood, cheese, and sweet treats waiting for you. As for the alcohol, you’ll be receiving free-flow beverages including Bloody Mary cocktails, wines, and Taittinger Brut champagne.
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Italian restaurant Prego’s Seasonal Sunday Brunch ($98++/$128++/$148++) can offer you a quality Italian dining experience, from its Parmesan cheese wheels to the eatery’s woodsy set-up. Prego also has a pasta and risotto bar, where your personalised order will be prepared by a team of chefs before your very eyes. There is even a live band to entertain you! Alcohol-wise, a free flow of Italian cocktails, house wines, and Zardetto Prosecco are all available for your indulgence at $128++. Top up $20++ to receive a free flow of Moet and Chandon Brut Imperial. You can also opt for an alcohol-free buffet at $98++.
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Mezza9 is made up of multiple sections, each offering different cuisines and dishes. Some mouth-watering food items to expect at their Champagne Brunch ($158++) include oysters, sashimi, grilled meats, and Maine lobsters. Anticipate a free flow of Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut Champagne, as well as red and white wines, martini, and Tiger beer. Add another $20++ to get free-flowing Perrier-Jouët Blason Rosé Champagne instead of the Grand Brut.
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If you can’t get enough of pizza and pasta, book ahead for your weekend brunch at Italian restaurant Basilico, where you’ll find roasted wagyu beef rump and wine-braised roasted pork belly – not to mention free-flow Prosecco! At $127++ on Saturdays and $152++ on Sundays, you’ll enjoy a fine spread of seafood, cheese, meats, Prosecco, wines, and beer. Add $26++ per person to get free-flow champagne as well. The menu also boasts house-made gelato and sorbet. Some items on the menu are truffle-infused, so if you’re a fan of the atas flavour, you’ll love Basilico. Those who don’t drink can enjoy the buffet at $83++ and $108++ on Saturdays and Sundays respectively.
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At Opus, take part in the Hilton Sunday Champagne Brunch ($148++), a buffet spread consisting of eight live stations, plus a Cheese Room offering raclette cheese. There is even a station with chefs that prepare noodles and eggs in the most atas ways imaginable – think poached ramen and scotch eggs with black truffle hollandaise. The desserts in this brunch buffet are provided by the hotel’s bakery, D9 Cakery. Tuck into mouthwatering sweet treats such as cheesecakes, creme brulee, and matcha azuki cakes. Those not feeling up for champagne can pay $88++ for the buffet and a welcome drink, or $108++ for free-flow wines and beer together with the buffet.
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Dining at Equinox from level 70 of Swissotel The Stamford Singapore, amidst a backdrop of skyscrapers, will take your breath away. The restaurant’s Sunday Semi-Buffet Lunch ($88++/$128++/$148++) comes with your choice of a main course. Options include Slow-Cooked Pork Belly, Angus Beef Short Rib, and vegetarian options such as Pumpkin Risotto. The buffet spread offers a range of appetisers, sashimi, soups, cheese, and desserts. Keep an eye out for unique soups such as White Crab Soup with Champagne. Don’t forget to wash everything down with some bottomless booze. The most expensive option, $148++, comes with free-flow Moet and Chandon Brut Imperial, cocktails, wines, and beers, whereas $128++ will get you free-flow cocktails, wines and beer. The cheapest option doesn’t include alcohol.
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Book your reservation at glitzy Cantonese restaurant Mitzo now, so that when the weekends come calling, you’ll have a generous dim sum spread awaiting your arrival. Their a la carte Weekend Brunch ($68++/$128++) menu boasts over 40 different kinds of free-flow dim sum, appetisers, mains, and desserts. If you’re feeling up for seafood, you can also top-up $5++ to $15++ to order their salmon, lobster, and abalone dishes. For parents bringing children, Mitzo has a playroom available to keep your children occupied. The $68++ buffet comes with just dishes, whereas the $128++ option includes free-flow cocktails, champagne, wines, and beer.
BONUS: Pete’s Place
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If you can’t get enough of Italian cuisine, you’ll feel right at home at Pete’s Place, which has been in business since 1973. Their food is presented in intricate, floral-patterned dishes which evoke a sense of homeliness and comfort. Their Sunday brunch ($78++) comes with a wide variety of Italian dishes, including mushroom risotto, duck leg confit, and three types of wood-fired pizzas. Even though there’s no champagne, you’ll be able to enjoy free-flow cocktails, Prosecco, wine, and beer. This calls for a toast!
Champagne brunch buffets to wine and dine with your BFF
Grab your family and friends and make a date! It doesn’t even have to be for a special occasion, but simply an opportunity to catch-up with your loved ones and soak in some good cheer. If pay day is not coming soon, check out these cheap buffets at $15 or less instead.