Here's your ULTIMATE guide to great kid-friendly Sunday brunches in Singapore – with free-flow food, fab coffee and even great views!
We’ve given you the run-down on the best boozy Saturday brunches in Singapore to enjoy sans kids (assuming the rug rats are being looked after by someone else, elsewhere). And you’re more than sorted with our guide to the best kid-friendly restaurants in Singapore. But how about the very best free-flow bubbly brunches that take place on a Sunday? Well, we’ve got you covered on that front, too.
Need to take the kids along? No prob. These Sunday brunches at Singapore’s top hotels, cafes and restaurants will indulge the little ones while you concentrate on all-you-can-eat eggs and buckets of freshly roasted coffee (read: extra strong Bloody Marys). Sorry kids, but Sunday fun-day ain’t only for you!
FAMILY-FRIENDLY BRUNCHES AT FIVE-STAR HOTELS
Beach Road Kitchen at JW Marriott Hotel Singapore
The Sunday brunch at Beach Road Kitchen features a new experiential dining concept with a ‘Chefs-on-Show’ service to your table. There’s something for everyone, from seafood antipasti to truffle pizza and local faves like seafood laksa broth, as well as rib eye roast and tomahawk steak fresh from the grill. The best part? There’s pizza for the kids!
Where: JW Marriott Hotel Singapore South Beach, 30 Beach Road, Singapore 189763
When: Sat and Sun, 12-2.30pm
La Brasserie at The Fullerton Bay Hotel
La Brasserie has it all… lovely freshly-shucked oysters, champagne, charcuterie, and French pastries galore! Scoop up some crepes and macarons while you create your ultimate Bloody Mary, and you’re basically in brunch heaven. Also check out Town’s Sunday Champagne Brunch at nearby The Fullerton Hotel for some local flavours instead.
Where: The Fullerton Bay Hotel Singapore, 80 Collyer Quay Singapore 049326
When: Sat, Sun 12 – 3pm
Alley on 25 by Andaz Singapore
Alley on 25 by Andaz Singapore does one incredible Lazy Breakfast that’s worth trekking to town for. At just $50++ per person (kids under 6 eat free!), the whole family can enjoy a sprawling breakfast buffet and one a la carte order. From 12pm – 2.30pm, choose from brekkie classics like eggs Benedict, breakfast burgers, smoked salmon bagels and quesadillas. The spread also includes a continental station for a variety of bread, gluten-free cereals, waffles, cold cuts and superfoods at the salad bar. Wanna turn it into a free-flow boozy brekkie? Top up for $45++ and sip on wines, Prosecco, spritz and draught beer.
Where: 5 Fraser Street, Singapore 198354
When: Sat and Sun, 12pm-2.30pm
W Does Brunch
For lovers of relaxed tropical style and funky tunes, the W Singapore “W Does Brunch” will hit the spot. Snap up a spot in the strikingly designed yet casual dining room, or in the exotic outdoors. The Kitchen Table restaurant boasts a new à la carte buffet. Start off with cooling selections such as Alaskan King Crab leg before tucking into the ‘Egg-cellent’ menu that includes Lobster Benedict topped with Italian Truffle shavings. Don’t miss out on delish mains like pan-seared foie gras, Iberico pork and more.
Where: The W Sentosa Cove, 21 Ocean Way, Singapore 098374
When: Sun 12.30 – 3pm; free flow ends at 2.30pm.
The Knolls at Capella
A breathtaking brunch spot is the Knolls at Capella, with its stunning Sentosa location and its first-class nosh. It’s a veritable feast of Mediterranean and local flavours, much of which are created “a la minute” by a crew of uber-talented chefs.
Where: 1 The Knolls at Sentosa, Singapore 098297
The Edge at Pan Pacific Singapore
At The Edge at Pan Pacific, there is plenty of scrumptious sustenance to whet the appetites of the pickiest of eaters with its a la carte lunch buffet. Think prepped-to-order international delights and local offerings such as spicy laksa and Indian curries – all of which are right up there with some of the best we’ve ever tasted.
Where: Level 3, 7 Raffles Boulevard, Marina Square Singapore 039595
When: Weekdays 12 – 2.30pm
Mezza9 at the Grand Hyatt
Mezza9 at the Grand Hyatt embodies nine distinct dining experiences to titillate your taste buds under one roof. The quality and variety of the buffet is second to none. With a food mantra ‘thoughtfully sourced, carefully served’, you can indulge in fresh sustainable seafood (love those freshly-shucked oysters) and premium free-range and grass-fed meats. If it’s still a little out of your price range, check out Pete’s Place for a cheaper (but no less delicious) all-you-can-eat Italian option.
Where: The Grand Hyatt, Mezza9 restaurant, 10 Scotts Road, Singapore 228211
When: Sun 12 – 3pm
Melt Café at the Mandarin Oriental
Melt Cafe at the Mandarin Oriental offers a more relaxed alfresco vibe which is eminently better suited to families. To top it off, kids even get their own specially prepared brunch corner at Little Fan Land where they’ll get to colour, watch videos and paint in between trips to the mini-buffet. Almost sounds better than the roasted Wagyu cuts and outdoor BBQ zone where you can watch on in amazement at the barbie masters flame-grill your meat and seafood. Yummo. Plus, kids under six eat free!
Where: Mandarin Oriental, 5 Raffles Avenue, Singapore 039797
When: Sun 12 – 3pm
The Line at Shangri-La Orchard
The Shangri-la on Orchard has a classic old world feel, and The Line restaurant has had a light, bright refurb. Plus, it’s right in front of buds! As the sommeliers fill your flutes, tuck in to some seriously good a la carte eggs and traditional breakfast nosh. This Sunday brunch spread is right on the mark when it comes to quality and variety of produce. There’s not a taste that can’t be satisfied.
Where: 22 Orange Grove Rd, Singapore 258350, Lower Lobby, Tower Wing
When: Sun, 12 – 3pm
Colony at Ritz-Carlton
The setting at Colony is a grand affair, and the hits just keep on coming, with the welcome addition of local iconic dishes such as chilli and pepper crab. Just to whet your appetite, current menu highlights include freshly shucked oysters, King Crab legs, Wagyu beef wellington with truffle sauce, herb grilled ‘live’ lobster, and Colony laksa with homemade lobster ball (keep an eye out for new menu items). The cheese board is arguably the best in Singapore, with over 50 French farmhouse cheeses. Even with a dedicated kids’ selection, you’ll have to peel the kids away from the live conservatory kitchens where they’ll be enthralled by chefs preparing food right in front of their eyes.
Where: The Ritz Carlton Millenia Singapore, 7 Raffles Avenue, Singapore 039799
When: Sun 12 – 3:30pm
FAMILY-FRIENDLY SUNDAY BRUNCH AT OUR FAVE SINGAPORE CAFÉS
Prive at Keppel Bay
If you like your pancakes with a view (of the beautiful Keppel bay), Privé Café is the brunch joint for you. Its home-style pancakes are fluffy stacks of goodness served with fresh strawberries, bananas, whipped cream, maple syrup, and honeycomb (which we totally love, of course!). There are even gluten-free options that are just as tasty and twice as healthy. Plus, it has a playground!
Where: 2 Keppel Bay Vista, Singapore City 098382
Botanico at The Garage
Embedded in the gorgeous greenery of the Botanic Gardens, Botanico is a chic restaurant serving up ‘gifts of soil, land and sea’. Start your morning with delicately smoked organic egg and choose from seasonally selected mains.
Where: 50 Cluny Park Road, Singapore Botanic Gardens (Bukit Timah Gate), Singapore 257488
When: Sun, 11.30am to 2.30pm
PS.Cafe is an eternal brunch fave – it’s got an awesome range of food, but the truffle fries are truly moreish. We love the Harding Road branch, surrounded by all that lush greenery! But the pièce de resistance is the Ann Siang Hill branch: it has a menu featuring sharing plates – great for small hands and small mouths who can’t always eat a full portion on their own. Kids will love the grilled cheese, served with smoky tomato soup (wear your napkin like a bib as it will splatter everywhere!), smashed avocado on toast with a poached egg, Impossible sliders on brioche and of course the banana and berry pancakes for dessert. For an additional $60 per person, you can add on a free-flow option if you’re hankering for a Bloody Mary or some bubbles.
Where: Various locations around Singapore
Common Man Coffee Roasters
Sometimes brunch just isn’t so great without good coffee… and that’s where Common Man Coffee Roasters comes in. Serving all-day breakfast with favourites such as fluffy pancakes, crunchy granola and kale and egg-white scramble, the coffee goes just right with the highlights on the menu. Food portions are on the larger side and you’ll likely need to split a dish or two with the munchkins. Get there early over the weekend otherwise you’ll get stuck sitting at a high table or at the bar – not the easiest for kiddos. But the coffee is worth it!
Where: 22 Martin Road 01-00, Singapore 239058
Serving up breakfast and brunch favourites all day everyday, Cafe Melba is a home away from home for many of us at HoneyKids HQ. Sip on your cappuccino and scoff down favourites such as eggs florentine (for a healthy kick!) or a full English if you’re really hungry. The kids menu includes French toast cubes, pancakes, a full English (in mini form!) and the usual faves such as pizza and pasta.
Where: Goodman Arts Centre, 90 Goodman Road, Blk N #01-56, Singapore 439053; Mediapolis, 1 Stars Avenue, #03-01, Singapore 138507
Nassim Hill Bakery Bistro Bar
Brunch is available until 4pm at Nassim Hill Bakery Bistro Bar, and the extensive menu includes eggs any which way! Also included are waffles, pancakes, French toast, granola… there’s something to suit each and every palate from picky eaters to more adventurous ones.
Where: 56 Tanglin Rd, #01-03, Singapore 247964
OverEasy is perfect for people-watching, and this Fullerton address offers serious views… plus kid-friendly, American diner food. Think a full fry-up, New York-style loaded bagels, and pancakes galore… all with a side of a milkshake float! High chairs are available for tots, too.
Where: 1 Fullerton Rd, #01-06, Singapore 049213
Jones the Grocer
Known Australia-wide as the purveyors of fine gourmet produce, Jones the Grocer has a huge food emporium at Dempsey. It’s our go-to for weekday takeaway coffee and weekend lazy breakfasts. And did we mention it’s a dog-friendly venue too? The rainbow cake is so good that our kids actually eat it all (instead of just the usual icing lick).
Where: Block 9 Dempsey Road, #01-12 Dempsey Hill, Singapore, 247697
Baker & Cook
Baker & Cook has branches all over town, but our favourite has to be the one in Dempsey at the Core Collective. Brunch staples such as eggs, pancakes, French toast and bagels are all on the menu… but you’ll most definitely be tempted by the freshly baked breads and pastries!
Where: 30C Loewen Road, Singapore 248839
Open Farm Community
One of our fave spots to take the kids for a feast is Open Farm Community. There’s a huge sandpit for the kids to play in, a garden, a collection of quirky sculptures, a Common Man roasters coffee shop (the Farmacy… yes, coffee is sometimes the medicine we all need!) and a sprawling green. The brunch menu includes eggs, sandwiches, healthy bowls, salads and a kids’ menu with all the favourites. Check out our other fave Dempsey hangouts here.
Where: 130E Minden Road, Singapore 248819
Carrotsticks & Cravings
Planning to go organic? Head to Carrotsticks & Cravings for açai bowls and avocado toast for breakfast and quinoa tarts and salads for lunch. Meanwhile, the kids will be kept happy and healthy with mini cupcakes, fruity popsicles and energy balls: they’ll need the fuel for all the running around they’ll be doing in the open spaces surrounding the place. It’s walk-in only though, folks: no reservations.
Where: Various locations around Singapore.
Clinton Street Baking Company & Restaurant
Full of family-friendly favourites, such as croque madame (a fancy grilled ham and cheese sandwich) and chicken and waffles, everyone will be scrambling for the American-style pancakes at Clinton Street Baking Company & Restaurant. This place fills up pretty quickly over the weekend, so we suggest booking ahead to avoid disappointment. Warning: this one serves American-sized portions, so go hungry!
Where: 31 Purvis St, Singapore 188608
With Australian-style brunch and delicious coffee to boot, Forty Hands is a great one to duck into for a quick bite. The usual suspects are on the menu, including smashed avo on toast, croque monsieur (on a croissant from neighbourhood bakery Tiong Bahru Bakery, no less!), and banana bacon French toast. Don’t skip out on the coffee here – it’s all that and more!
Where: Tiong Bahru, 78 Yong Siak Street, Singapore 163078; Joo Chiat, 226 East Coast Road, Singapore, Singapore 428923
Another one for the coffee fanatics: Toby’s Estate in Robertson Quay serves up amazing Aussie coffee along with all-day breakfast. Indulge in eggs Benedict one of three ways, or some French toast for those with a sweeter tooth. The kids’ menu includes pancakes and the always-favourite mac and cheese… we might just have to steal a bite for ourselves! The cafe also has high chairs for tots and some toys by the side to keep small hands entertained at the table. Oh, and there’s plenty of space to leave a stroller by the door.
Where: 8 Rodyk St, Singapore 238216
With multiple branches in Singapore (including Mandarin Gallery, Scott’s Square and South Beach), Wild Honey is a perennial Sunday brunch fave. With coffee from Common Man Coffee Roasters, the food menu has something for carnivores, herbivores (vegetarian and vegan) and pescatarians. Ask for a high chair for your tiny tot. Oh, and order a side of Brazilian bread – small dough balls with cheese inside!
Where: Various locations around Singapore.