The ABCs of Weekend Brunch Done Right

In a foodie destination such as Singapore, you’ll have no qualms finding a place for weekend brunch. But brunch fit for a king (with top notch service on the side)? We reckon not. So here’s our personal recommendation for the three best places for weekend brunch in Singapore – the ABCs of weekend brunch done right. How apt.

Adrift by David Myers

Weekend Brunch - Adrift by David Myers - Review by Gourmet Adventures

Easily one of our favorite restaurants in Singapore, Adrift by David Myers has never once fallen short of delivering – both in terms of food, and service. Throughout our countless visits, service is top notch, with great food to boot. Making a statement of brunch, the Adrift benedict is enough reason for return. Grilled rice cakes with just the right crisp and density arrive with a wobbly onsen egg perched atop, a sunshine of hollandaise glaze betraying a whiff of miso while thick stripes of charred bacon sit alluringly beside. We daresay it is most possibly the best version of eggs benny we’ve had in Singapore. Read more

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Adrift by David Myers, Marina Bay Sands, Hotel Lobby Tower 2, 10 Bayfront Ave., 6688-5657. Brunch menu is available Sat-Sun noon-3pm. $88 without drinks; 158 with free flow champagne, beer, selected cocktails and wines.

Bochinche

Bochinche Weekend Brunch - Mushroom Ragout, Sourdough Toast - Review by Gourmet Adventures

No new kid on the block, Bochinche has been a household name for brunch since its establishment, its provoleta with almonds and honey ($17) – a pan of glorious cheese, wit and crunch; honey as a contour, not a dominant note, a stage more melt than pull – a classic staple that simply must be had with each visit. For brunch, there is a minimalist dish of faina and fried eggs ($22), a South African chickpea flour pancake served with crushed avocado chunks that resemble guacamole, sans fresh coriander and parsley cress, richly glossed with olive oil and aji olido crème fraiche. It is the unconventional equivalent of avocado toast, just as delicious, maybe even more so. Also, brioche French toast with bacon ice cream ($20). Yes, we said bacon ice cream. Read more

Bochinche, #02-01, 22 Martin Rd., 6235-4990. Brunch menu is available Sat-Sun 11am-4:30pm.

Capella Singapore

Capella Singapore - Dessert Table - Review by Gourmet Adventures

It must be said. There is no place in Singapore quite like the Capella, an expanse of greenery so lush it sends you straight to Bali. On Sundays, brunch at the Capella is an extravagant affair. Freshly baked bread and pastries, international seafood and barbecue stations dominate the space, a live Cuban band carts around to take requests, belting out songs like Amor Verdadero and Tu Voz that make you want to get out of your seat and do the salsa. Read more

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Capella Singapore, 1 The Knolls, Sentosa Island, 6377-8888. Brunch buffet is available Sun 12:30-3pm, $128 with free flow juices and soft drinks; $178 with free flow champagne, cocktails and wines; $258 with free flow champagne, cocktails, boutique wines and beer.

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