Are you one of those people who spends a huge chunk of your paycheck on food since food is fundamentally one of life’s essentials?
There are so many food options out there right now, but if you’re currently living the high life or intending to do so anytime soon, you will appreciate what we at GET.com have put together here.
This list features the 10 costliest weekend lunch buffets you can find in Singapore. If you intend to celebrate life with good company, good food and possibly tonnes of booze, make sure you bookmark this article for reference!
1. The Knolls @ Capella Singapore
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Your search for Singapore’s costliest weekend lunch buffet can officially end now. The Knolls at Capella Singapore is the place to go if you’re willing to splurge $258++ for a Mediterranean buffet spread complete with flow vintage champagnes, boutique wines, international beers and specialty cocktails. I can only imagine how luxurious and decadent the whole experience will be!
Located deep within Sentosa, The Knolls boasts a seafront view that lends an invigorating resort-like atmosphere; perfect for those who’d like to stray away from all things associated to busy mundane city life.
Highlights include authentic Mediterranean creations, gourmet meats, exotic cheeses, fresh seafood and intricate desserts.
$258 ++ with free flow Vintage Taittinger Champagne, boutique wines, international beers and specialty cocktails
$178 ++ with free flow Taittinger Champagne, specialty cocktails, and wines
$148 ++ with free flow wines and specialty cocktails only (no Champagne)
$128 ++ with free flow specialty mocktails, soft drinks, and fresh juices (no alcohol)
$78++ with free flow specialty mocktails, soft drinks, and fresh juices (7-12 yrs old)
$48++ with free flow specialty mocktails, soft drinks, and fresh juices (4-6 yrs old)
1 The Knolls
Contact: 6591 5000
Sunday brunch hours: 12:30pm - 3:00pm
2. Bar & Billiard Room @ Raffles Hotel
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The Bar & Billiard Room is Raffles Hotel’s bar with over 400 hand-selected whiskies, some of which are limited editions!
If you don’t already know, Bar & Billiard Room magically transforms into a lovely brunch spot comes Sunday.
It is not surprising why the Bar & Billiard Room holds a special place in buffet aficionados’ hearts.
Expect to be wowed by the extravagant spread of finest dishes with roots from all over the globe. Delightful cheeses, sinful pan-fried foie gras, tender ravioli, fresh seafood, gallons of bubbly Champagnes and an impressive service.
In this context, it is absolutely true that you get what you pay for.
$218++ with Billecart-Salmon Brut Rosé Champagne
$198++ with Billecart-Salmon Brut Réserve Champagne
$158++ with Sommelier’s selection of red and white wines, beer, soft drinks, juices, Singapore Sling and Bloody Mary
$98++ with selection of juices for ages 6-12 years old
1 Beach Road
Contact: 6412 1816
Tuesday – Thursday: 5:00pm – 11:00pm
Friday & Saturday: 5:00pm - 1:00am
Sunday: 12:00pm - 3:00pm
3. Brasserie Les Saveurs @ The St. Regis Singapore
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The Brasserie Les Saveurs’ Sunday Champagne brunch buffet clearly isn’t your run-of-the-mill Champagne buffet. It is a quality one that mainly caters to those who appreciate the finer things in life.
Even the way they run the buffet brunch is different - you start your Sunday brunch at St. Regis’ Astor Bar with complimentary apéritifs an hour before making a beeline for the spectacular selection of food.
You’ll be glad to know that your cocktails wouldn’t be watered down despite being free-flowing and that you’ll be in a tizzy with their sommeliers filling your flutes with their choice of quality Champagnes.
Besides touting Instagram-worthy food from the epicurean spread of hors d’oeuvres, cheeses, seafood, an exclusive degustation of the chef's signatures and delightful sweet treats, this restaurant that specializes in contemporary French cuisine is lovely to provide diners with live performances put up by their resident live band.
$195++ with Champagne, wines, beers & soft drinks
$180++ with wines, beers & soft drinks
$148++ with food only, coffee & tea
29 Tanglin Road
The St. Regis Singapore
Contact: 6506 6860
Sunday Champagne brunch hour: 12:00pm - 3:00pm
Complimentary hour of apéritifs: 11:00am - 12:00pm at Astor Bar
4. One-Ninety @ Four Seasons Hotel Singapore
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One-Ninety has a cosy ambience that would appeal to those who detest having to scramble and jostle.
Even though the buffet spread isn’t quite as fantastic compared to many other buffet haunts, rest assured that whatever you find there is of amazing quality.
Here’s when the axiomatic notion of “quality over quantity” is brought to life.
As One-Ninety offers a semi-lunch buffet style, diners have a choice of a main course from the menu and an eat-all-you-can buffet spread of appetisers, cured meats, fresh seafood, salads and desserts.
Word has it that the service you get is impeccable - something that is lacking in many restaurants these days.
Also, One-Ninety chefs have an arsenal of tricks up their sleeves; keep an eye out for their ‘Butcher’s Trolley’!
$180 ++ with free flow Veuve Clicquot Brut NV
$128 ++ with free flow Bortolomiol Prosecco or Javier de las Muelas’ Singapore Sangría
$72 ++ with food selection only
$36 ++ (5-11 years old)
190 Orchard Boulevard
Four Seasons Hotel
Contact: 6831 7250
Sunday brunch hours: 11:45am - 3:00pm
5. Equinox @ Swissotel The Stamford
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Equinox is the ideal buffet haunt for you if you want to feast like a king at a whole new level, literally.
Perched on the 70th storey of the Swissotel, it naturally boasts one of the best views you can get in a restaurant in Singapore.
Besides the breathtaking views, Equinox is renowned for the multi-sensory culinary experience it provides its diners.
Their Sunday brunch offers an array of wholesome roasts served straight up from the carving station, fresh seafood and enchanting desserts on top of the typical buffet spread you’re already well-versed in.
If you’re in the mood for all things pink, check out their Pink Brunch that happens every last Sunday of the month.
Or if you’re planning to surprise your significant other for a special occasion, consider taking him/her to the Pink Brunch for an even more romantic date out.
Reviewers online raved about both the above-average quality of food and service you’ll get at Equinox, so expect the best!
Pink Brunch (Every last Sunday of the month)
$178 ++ with free-flowing Moët & Chandon Rosé Impérial, house red or white wines, specialty cocktails, Tiger draught beer
$84 ++ (6-12 years old)
$158 ++ with free-flowing Moët & Chandon Impérial, house red or white wines, specialty cocktails, Tiger draught beer and Champagne
$74 ++ (6-12 years old)
2 Stamford Road
Swissotel The Stamford
Contact: 6837 3322
Buffet Lunch on Saturday and Public Holiday: 12:00pm - 2:30pm
6. The Kitchen Table @ W Singapore - Sentosa Cove
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The Kitchen Table presents a buffet option for those who enjoy dining in a vibrant, convivial environment.
Expect lots of whimsical and colourful touches when you’re here for their famed raw bar’s shellfish selection, freshly steamed dim sum, fleshy seafood, aromatic tandoori, crackling wood-fired pizzas and six live-cooking stations where their chefs whip up minute platters in a jiffy right before your eyes.
And if you’re lucky to be sitting by the window, you’ll get to dine amidst picturesque views of the water and bobbing yachts.
As The Kitchen Table is situated far within Sentosa, getting there may be a hassle but wouldn’t it be nice to have a mini getaway without actually leaving the country?
Bubbly Remix: $168 ++ with free flow of Champagne, house red/white wine and cocktails with WET® pool access
Cocktail Remix: $138 ++ with free flow of house red/white wine and cocktails
Cool Remix: $118 ++ with free flow of fizz, coffee and tea
21 Ocean Way
Contact: 6808 7268
Sunday brunch hours: 12:30pm - 4:00pm
7. Edge @ Pan Pacific Hotel Singapore
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The Edge probably holds the title of having the biggest assortment of quality food made available at a buffet spread just yet.
You’ll find anything from their generously portioned foie gras, perfectly charred duck satay, full-bodied live grilled Japanese Ohmi wagyu to their signature duck confit ravioli, made-to-order French crepes and gluten-free red velvet cake.
The comprehensive range is overwhelmingly massive and I’m more than confident to say that an average individual will never get to try everything in one sitting.
Don’t feel disheartened if you have to plan a return visit! What they have to offer is top-notch quality creations that will more than justify the price you’re forking out.
The Edge offers a theatrical and interactive dining experience that provides a culinary tour of Singapore, the region and the Pacific Rim which many would find enthralling.
A lazy Sunday brunch at the Edge will prove to be a wonderful gastronomic experience for just about anyone who loves food and embraces unique takes and tastes.
Damage: $168 ++ with free flow Veuve Clicquot Champagne, wines, beers, and cocktails
7 Raffles Boulevard
Pan Pacific Hotel Level 3
Contact: 6826 8240
Sunday Champagne brunch hours: 12:00pm - 4:00pm
8. Manhattan @ Regent Singapore
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This cleverly conceived adults-only brunch offering is a unique one that takes you on a ride you’d never imagine possible - reliving your nightlife with the sun hanging high while feasting on creative, well-executed food at the same time in a very comfortable lounge setting.
Think freshly shucked American oysters, fat lobsters, artisan cheeses, beef tenderloin, smoked foie gras and homemade pancakes with caramelized banana and vanilla-rum butter!
Don’t they all sound so delicious? Try their tapas, too - they’re known to be really, really good!
The Sunday Cocktail Brunch at Manhattan is bound to appeal to you whether you’re a drinker or not.
It is an indulgence in itself with its wide range of creative gastronomic creations and unlimited craft cocktails, beers, and wines.
Oh, make sure you order their completely customizable Bloody Mary to take your fun level up a notch! One can never have too much fun, right?
1 Cuscaden Road
Contact: 6725 3377
Daily: 5:00pm - 1:00am
Violet hour (Monday-Friday): 5:00pm - 7:00pm
Weekend Cocktail Brunch (Sunday): 11:30am - 3:30pm
9. Mezza9 @ Grand Hyatt Singapore
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Conveniently located in the heart of the Orchard precinct sits Mezza9, a restaurant on the mezzanine level of Grand Hyatt Singapore that provides diners with 9 different dining experiences.
These include the grill, sushi, yakitori, steam basket, gourmet boutique shop, deli, patisserie, wine cellar and the bar. There are several live cooking stations, too!
A quick search online proved crucial for a discerning consumer like myself as there were so many mixed reviews of Mezza9.
Some who dined there for their regular menus left very disappointed despite forking out so much, while those who attended their Sunday Champagne brunch left with both their hearts and tummies full!
Many raved about the fantastic value that they get at the Sunday Champagne brunch - good spread of fresh, well-executed culinary delights, lovely cheeses and delicious desserts, generous portions of food and alcoholic beverages and excellent service.
$138 ++ with free flow Champagne and wine
$118 ++ without alcohol
10 Scotts Road
Grand Hyatt Hotel
Contact: 6738 1234
12:00pm - 3:00pm, 6:00pm - 11:00pm daily
Sunday brunch hours: 12:00pm - 3:00pm
10. The Line @ Shangri-La Hotel Singapore
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If you’re one who likes visual spectacles, I’m pretty sure you’ll appreciate what The Line has to offer.
They’ve got 16 open-style theatre kitchens that feature international cuisines. Making a stop at each station is akin to visiting a mini restaurant in this sprawling restaurant.
The Line is perennially buzzing from morning to night and there’s good reason for that - their supremely fresh sashimi is sliced only upon ordering, great seafood selection, humble local Singaporean dishes, hearty Italian pizzas and pastas with homemade sauces and elaborate desserts are what keeps diners coming back for more.
You can even get your caffeine fix with a gourmet cuppa freshly made by their trained barista at the coffee counter.
Or if you prefer tea, there’s a teh tarik station, too. Of course, drink your fill of boozy goodness from their drinks’ list that will have drinkers gasping in squeals of excitement!
$138 ++ with free flow Moët & Chandon Champagne, wine, beer, cocktails, soft drinks and juices
$98 ++ without alcohol
22 Orange Grove Road
Lower Lobby, Tower Wing
Contact: 6213 4275
Sunday brunch hours: 12:00pm - 3:00pm
why you give so much info on the most expensive food, you want us to call and harrass them for being the most expansive and tell them you sent us?
you should post the cheaprest food and their info mah.
Wow, so tasty.
Originally posted by Glowingwithme15:
Wow, so tasty.
how u noe
Their price can make it as once in a lifetime meal = =
Wow, thanks for sharing
thanks for sharing
Why not attend to take all of this taste.