Boozy Sunday brunches worth getting out of bed for

Boozy Sunday brunches worth getting out of bed for

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Text: Amelia Chia

Cheers to weekends with copious amounts of food and alcohol

Crack open an eye. Bathroom stop. Check your phone. Back to bed. Does that breed familiarity like a good old Sunday morning? There's very little we would drag ourselves out of bed for on the last day of the weekend, but a boozy brunch accompanied with sweet tunes and our best crew might just do the trick. While alcohol can cost an arm and a leg on our sunny state, there are times it doesn't have to — when we're being smart with our choices.

We've rounded up a list of Sunday brunches that come with free-flow alcohol at a fixed price, so keeping happily inebriated doesn't have to come at a mind-numbing cost. All you have to do is roll out of bed and make sure your liver is in good form.


ash & elm

Vibes: This chic restaurant at the Intercontinental Singapore is spacious and modern, and bathed in generous natural light. Perfect for families on the weekend.

Eat: Boston lobsters, French oysters, Australian yabbies, succulent roast and luscious caviar.

Drink: Free-flow Taittinger Brut champagne, house wines, Bloody Mary cocktails, soft drinks, juices, coffee, and tea.

$138++ per person, every Sunday from 12 to 3pm
80 Middle Road, Tel: 6825 1008


salmon dill potato cakes

Vibes: We never tire of PS. Café, and we'll never tire of this colonial fitout at Ann Siang Hill. Whether it brings back good memories of a first date or your younger days, this urban escape with signature lush foliage is still holds a place in our heart for its peaceful yet sophisticated feels.

Eat: Fresh salads, indulgent sandwiches, comforting pastas, Asian dishes, and brunch favourites such as PS. Café's salmon dill potato cakes and chargrilled Portobello burgers.

Drink: Free-flow Villa Sandi's Valdobbiadene Prosecco and red, white, and rosé wines from the iconic Spanish vineyard Marques de Riscal.

$70++ per person, on weekends and public holidays from 12 to 3pm
45 Ann Siang Road, Tel: 6708 9288 


Beach Road kitchen

Vibes: This bustling hotspot at JW Marriott evokes all things warm and lively, with different stations to cater to varying tastebuds. Great for couples and large groups alike. 

Eat: Chilled seafood, grilled seafood, signature highlights like traditional salt-baked fish and a roasted whole spring lamb, off-the-menu dishes in small batches, and an array of Asian and Western desserts including a live station for waffles and crépes.

Drink: Free-flow Taittinger or Taittinger Rosé champagne and brunch cocktails from their mobile bar.

$108++, every weekend from 12 to 3pm
 30 Beach Road, Tel: 6818 1913


potato head singapore

Vibes: Potato Head Singapore's rooftop bar is reminiscent of tapas bars in San Sebastian, ruled by Balearic beats, high-top tables, and a light breeze. Overlooking the Chinatown streets below, expect a stunning sunset view from here.

Eat: Tantalising grilled skewers such as barbecued chicken and beef. Other dishes are available at an additional cost.

Drink: Free-flow spritzes and house spirits.

$58++, every Sunday from 3 to 6pm
 36 Keong Saik Road, Tel: 6327 1939

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