Easter Sunday is a good time to catch up with family. And with a glass of champagne in hand, it'll be the perfect day for everyone.
Here are some places you can spend your Easter Sunday on April 5.
If Easter is going to be a multiracial gathering, Azur - with its Malay kitchen - is offering a special brunch menu at $68 for adults and $34 for kids, with free flow of iced fruit tea and pineapple spritzer alongside a spread of dishes such as Crowne-roasted baby lamb and oven-roasted snow fish.
Brunch will run from 12.30pm to 3.30pm. Call 6823-5354 for reservations.
The fable Hansel and Gretel takes centrestage here, complete with a house of sweets, sans wicked witch.
There'll be a buffet with seafood such as Alaskan crabs and freshly shucked oysters, and a variety of Easter classics such as roasted spring lamb and hot cross buns.
It's $99 per person and free for kids under 12, from noon to 4pm.
For reservations, call 6818-3388.
Basilico has one of the best buffet lines in town, so any time there is an excuse to eat there, do it.
It's serving an all-Italian Easter spread with seasonal fare such as torta pasqualina, vegetable pie with ricotta and spinach, roasted veal rack and pork shank braised in Menabrea beer.
And for desserts, there is Limoncello and basilico sorbet which is made in house, and Colomba Pasquale, a soft, sweet Italian Easter bread fashioned in the shape of a dove.
Brunch is from noon to 3pm, from $168. Children pay $84. For reservations, call 6725-3232.
Expect a whole spit-roasted Welsh lamb, slow-roasted Kurobuta pork leg and crackling, sustainable seafood on ice and desserts, paired with Perrier-Jouet champagne.
The kids have their own buffet too: Fresh popcorn and candy floss with magic acts, crafts, face painting and an Easter egg hunt.
It's from 11.30am to 3pm at $178. Kids pay $79.
Call 6416-7188 for reservations.
Stellar at 1-Altitude,
1 Raffles Place
Level 62 (above)
While you are feasting - at the seafood station, live omelette station, foie gras station, carving station (featuring slow-roasted Angus beef and Moroccan spiced leg of lamb), and on truffle carbonara and aglio olio prawns - the kids can go on an egg hunt.
It's $85 per adult (which includes a glass of Prosecco) and $45 for those under 12. Kids under six dine free.
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to book.
This article was first published on March 11 2015.
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