Boozy Sunday brunches worth getting out of bed for

Boozy Sunday brunches worth getting out of bed for

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Text: Corinne Cheah Amelia Chia

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.


Vibes: Seek refuge from the busy city life at the zen-like Keyaki. Surrounded by a Japanese garden and a koi pond, you can choose to dine in either Tatami or western-styled dining rooms — all while enjoying fresh seafood and bottomless alcohol offerings. 

Eat: A seven-course meal starting with kobachi and sashimi, then proceeding to hot dishes such as teriyaki cod, grilled miso marinated chicken and grilled prawns. Choose from Keyaki's signature beef, chicken, prawn or scallop teppanyaki dishes. For something more substantial, try their Inaniwa udon, garlic fried rice or Japanese curry rice.  

Drink: Free-flow Tattinger Brut Réserve Champagne, Tiger Beer and selected saké, red and white wines. 

$135 per person, every weekend and public holidays from 11.30am to 2.30pm
7 Raffles Boulevard, Tel: 6826 8240


Vibes: Things are undoubtedly, swanky up at LAVO. The restaurant is perched on the 57th floor of Marina Bay Sands, which only means a killer view of the city, while cruising to the tunes of live DJ sets. Also, bonus points for their adults-only champagne buffet brunch. Leave your kids at home before stepping out. 

Eat: Savour LAVO's breakfast hits: mixed wild mushroom frittata, apple wood smoked bacon and meatballs made of imperial wagyu and Italian sausage. Fresh seafood with the likes of U.S and Irish oysters, shrimp cocktails, snow crab and an assortment of canapes will also be available. 

Drink: Free-flow Veuve Clicquot, mimosa, Bloody Mary, Singapore Sling, red and white wine, Peroni beer and a selection of non-alcoholic beverages.

$158++ per person, every Sunday from 12pm to 3pm
Tower 1 Marina Bay Sands, Tel: 6688 8591


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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