Best Easter 2015 brunches and buffets in Singapore

With Easter just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to indulge in a decadent feast. From family-friendly brunches to sumptuous chocolate buffets, Skyscanner has combed through Singapore for the best Easter celebrations. Now, go forth and eat!

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1. Pan Pacific Singapore

Pan Pacific's lavish Easter Sunday Champagne Brunch buffet at Edge promises four glorious hours of gourmet food and unlimited champagne. Feast on delicacies like Roasted US Beef Tomahawk, Duck Confit Ravioli, and Fine de Claire Oysters, but you'll want to leave room for dessert.
With 30 different varieties of Easter eggs, including Sea Salt Caramel and Yuzu, how can you possibly resist? Edge offers plenty of entertainment for kids too: they can dabble in face painting, or even take pictures with the Easter Bunny.

Where: 7 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square
When: 5 April 2015, 12pm - 4pm
Price: $198++ per adult, $69++ per child

2. The Fullerton Hotel Singapore

Calling all chocoholics! If you're in the mood for a sinfully sweet feast, then you can't miss The Fullerton's Easter Weekend Chocolate Buffet. Look out for delectable treats like Salted Popcorn and Dark Chocolate Mousse, Easter Chocolate Pralines, and Chocolate Bread and Butter Pudding. Just make sure you save some space for the Hot Chocolate Connoisseurs' Bar, where you can choose from eight different percentages of cocoa. Ready for your dose of chocolate bliss? We thought so.

Where: 1 Fullerton Square
When: 3 & 4 April 2015, 8pm - 11pm
Price: $38++ per adult, $19++ per child

3. Alkaff Mansion

For a scrumptious Italian spread with unlimited prosecco, snag a table at Alkaff Mansion. Their tantalising Easter brunch includes Roasted Whole Suckling Pig, Foie Gras, Italian Burratina and Octopus Carpaccio - so how can you go wrong? There's even a bouncy castle and Easter egg hunt to keep the little ones occupied. Kids can also unleash their creativity by decorating their own cookies and cupcakes. Move over, Master Chef!

Where: 10 Telok Blangah Green
When: 5 April 2015, 11:30am - 3pm
Price: $138++ per adult, $58++ per child

4. Capella Singapore

The lush grounds of Capella are the perfect setting for a decadent Easter celebration. Indulge in a mouthwatering Mediterranean brunch, with free-flowing champagne for good measure. And if that isn't enough, Capella is also hosting the mother of all Easter egg hunts. With jaw-dropping prizes like a one-night stay in a garden villa or dinner for two at Cassia restaurant, the stakes are seriously high. Time to start filling those Easter baskets!

Where: 1 The Knolls, Sentosa Island
When: 5 April 2015, 12:30pm
Price: $228++ per adult (free-flow champagne), $188++ per adult (free-flow juices and soft drinks), $118++ per child aged 7-12, $78++ per child aged 4-6

5. Hotel Fort Canning

Ready for a fun-filled afternoon in the park? Hotel Fort Canning's Easter brunch is all about "Princesses, Knights & Dragon Eggs", so it's the perfect excuse for kids (and adults) to show off their costumes. Whether you fancy luscious seafood, savoury crepes or comfort food classics like mac and cheese, you'll be spoilt for options. With tons of games, prizes, and even a pinata, this is one Easter party you won't want to miss.

Where: The Grand Marquee, 11 Canning Walk
When: 5 April 2015, 12pm - 3pm
Price: $68++ per adult, $34++ per child

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