This coming Easter, it is annually the celebration of Jesus Christ’s rising from the dead as well as the coming of Spring. Regardless, it is also a time for families to bond with each other and as usual, there will be food involved. For brunch, many restaurants in Singapore will be offering special Easter-themed spreads that will tantalise tastebuds and allow everyone to just relax.
Capella is setting up a garden-themed brunch at its Grand Ballroom Foyer. The brunch flaunts a spread of ‘live’ stations offering a variety of meats, pasta, Mediterranean food, Asian food, cheeses and of course, hand-crafted Easter-themed desserts.
It’s not just food, families will be able to form part of Capella’s egg and face painting events for the kids, as well as a large ball pit all, found at the Bunny Corner. Of course, no Easter event would be complete without a traditional egg front that participants will be able to undergo at the Foyer’s front yard.
The event will take place on 1st April and goes from 12:30 pm to 3:30 pm. Adults can enter for S$208 (per person) and kids for S$78 (per child).
Easter may be tied with egg hunting and kids running around, but it doesn’t have to be. Colony understands this, and that’s why it’s showcasing a unique Easter-themed lunch fest for adults. Come to The Ritz-Carlton’s Charlie, and the Chocolate Factory themed brunch filled with gourmet delights like gold braided eggs with avruga caviar and truffle-infused parma ham. Main courses will offer baby lamb with Mediterranean herbs and Easter pie with black forest ham and ricotta for dessert.
But don’t worry, if you want to make the most of this event but also have kids you want to bring along, Ritz has you covered. Kids can look forward to a special appearance by Willy Wonka, as well as an Easter crafts station and chocolate eggs, so there’s something for everyone.
The event will take place on April 1st and goes from 12:00 pm to 3:30 pm. Adults can enter for S$ 228 and kids for S$49.50.
Bread Street Kitchen
Bread Street Kitchen by Gordon Ramsey isn’t willing to let other restaurants get ahead of it when it comes to Easter themes. The restaurant will host multiple fun-filled Easter events starting from 31st March. Children can let out their creative juices by decorating cookies and eggs at the Kids’ Corner.
Families and friends can also have fun at a special-themed photo booth filled with exciting props for the best possible pictures you can take.
It’s not just Easter events either. Bread Street is also offering a three-course meal, featuring a hearty main of Whole roasted lamb rack with mashed potato, peas, baby carrots and mustard jus for S$59.
To make Reservations for this event email the restaurant at [email protected]
Starting on 1st April, RiSE will offer a delectable brunch courtesy of it’s fantastic all-you-can-eat buffet with an array of hearty Easter specials. If buffets aren’t your thing, then RiSE is also offering a set of dishes such as their Beef Wellington and Slow-cooked Spanish Iberico Pork Shoulder at the live carving station. Indulge in a gratifying bowl of Buta Don, featuring well-seasoned pork slices atop a warm bowl of Japanese pearl rice, alongside a runny Onsen egg. No meal is complete without dessert, which is why RiSE is featuring their classic Easter Hot Cross Bun.
Children will also enjoy multiple fun-filled Easter events thanks to RiSE’s egg hunt at their edible herb garden as well as decorate their own Easter eggs. Not just that, the Kids Corner also offers a set of Mac & Cheese and Churros for children to enjoy.
To make a reservation, you can email them at [email protected] or call them at +65 6688 5525.
SweetSpot is getting ahead of the curve by celebrating Easter since the middle of March. From 12th March, the restaurant will satisfy guests sweet tooth with their own Chocolate Easter Eggs at S$50 each. They’re not your average eggs either but will have decorations such as bunny faces, chicks and other Easter-inspired cartoons.
If that’s not sweet enough for you, then you can try out SweetSpot’s Bunny Cream Cheese Carrot Cake (available at 500g at S$54, 1kg at S$64 and S$9 for a single portion), utterly homemade carrot pecan cake, topped with cream cheese frosting.
The event will last all the way till 1st April . To make reservations, contact SweetSpot at [email protected] or call them at +65 6688 8588.
Photo Credits: Cupcake She Wrote, Destinia, Eat and Travel with Us, Gordon Ramsey Restaurants, Pixabay and Singapore.com