Whether you’re religious or not, the upcoming Easter weekend is a wonderful reason to get together with your loved ones for a quick catch-up over a hearty brunch or a relaxing feast in the comfort of home. This year, restaurants are bringing back the nostalgia with heritage recipes, time-honoured sweet treats, and more.

SO/ Singapore’s Xperience

A decadent Easter feast (main image) awaits at SO/ Singapore’s Xperience restaurant, where guests will enjoy a brunch tower meant for sharing, along with a bottomless carving station. Sweet and savoury treats include devilled eggs, garlic butter roasted Boston lobster, sambal stingray, hot cross buns, mini easter eggs, and more. Available from 12 to 3pm on April 3 and 4, the brunch comes with an optional add-on for beverages including champagne and cocktails.

More information here.

Photo: Solo Ristorante

Solo Ristorante

Ring in the Easter weekend with a modern Italian brunch on April 4, featuring classic recipes passed down from chef Simone Fraternali’s grandmother. Reminiscent of his hometown of Gradara, the casual feast features highlights like a slow-roasted leg of lamb, as well as seasonal ingredients for spring, such as white asparagus and artichoke. For home gatherings, treat your loved ones to dishes like lobster tagliatelle and eggplant parmigiana, both available via both takeaway and delivery.

More information here.

Photo: Restaurant Gaig

Restaurant Gaig

In light of the Easter festivities, Restaurant Gaig will be serving torrijas, a time-honoured Catalan sweet treat that dates all the way back to the 4th century. Available from March 29 to April 4 during both lunch and dinner, the dessert comprises a house-baked brioche soaked in a rich mixture of eggs, milk, and vanilla, before being pan-fried to perfection.

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Photo: Tablescape


From April 2 to 4, Tablescape will be offering a lunch menu that pays homage to European familial traditions during Easter. Start with a round of assorted cold cuts and cheeses before indulging in the black truffle puffy pastry, the restaurant’s take on the classic Easter Pie. Hearty mains include beef and veal meatballs in tomato sauce, as well as New Zealand roasted lamb leg.

More information here.

Photo: Kin


Inspired by chef Damian’s own childhood memory of celebrating Easter in a Catholic Eurasian family, Pop’s Easter “beef murtabak” will be available at homegrown heritage restaurant Kin from March 26 to April 4. Based on a recipe by his grandfather, whom he calls “Pop”, the dish is a soft crepe made from egg and salt filled with seasoned ground beef, served alongside house-made chilli sauce and a refreshing raita of yoghurt, lime juice, tomatoes, onions, and green chilli.

More information here.

Photo: The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore

The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore

Gather your loved ones for a champagne brunch at La Brasserie featuring slow-roasted, herb-crusted lamb chops and classic Angus tenderloin, or tuck into afternoon tea at The Landing Point, where treats like fresh scones and vanilla custard-filled hot cross buns await. To celebrate Easter with a local twist, head to The Clifford Pier for a dim sum brunch with the well-loved chilli crab bao and Nyonya popiah.

More information here.

*Check back as this post will be regularly updated with more Easter dining recommendations.

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