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The Best Brunches In Singapore

Where to get the best brunch in the Little Red Dot.




The White Rabbit

If you are looking for brunch with a side of splendour, then The White Rabbit is for you. Based in a converted chapel, it won't just be the old-world chic that wins you over as their marvellous medley of brunch options promise something for everyone. In the mood for something classic? Then go for the fry up. Looking for something a bit more lunchy than brunchy? There's pastas, burgers or splash out on Maine lobster with scrambled eggs for a truly indulgent mid-morning feast.

The White Rabbit, 39C Harding Road, Singapore 


P.S Cafe

When it comes to brunch, sometimes its the old classics that are the best, and this is certainly true for P.S Cafe. We love the flagship branch in Dempsey, perfect to sit inside in the air con taking in the sweet scent of the ubiquitous lillies, or little ones will love outside, with its variety of games for post brunch. Sweet teeth can be sated with the likes of pancakes with passion fruit coulis or french toast or those with more of an appetite can plump for the Full English, complete with fried bread. Word of warning though - to ensure you get a table it's best to book at weekends, or arrive before 11.

P.S Cafe at Harding, 28B Harding Rd, Singapore


Jones The Grocer

If you are looking for a good failsafe, Jones The Grocer is it. With ample parking outside and a wide variety of options for lunch and brunch, you really can't go wrong at Jones The Grocer. What's more, with the Dempsey branch housing both a restaurant and mini supermarket, you can walk away both full and organised with meals for the rest of the week.

Jones The Grocer, 9 Dempsey Rd, Singapore


Manhattan Brunch

If your idea of brunch means plenty of bloody marys, a few glasses of champs and some seriously swanky food, then head on over to the Manhattan Bar at The Regent Hotel. Expect velvet sofas, marbled tables and plenty of jazz in the background as you work your way through the likes of fresh prawns, foie gras and a plethora of cheeses, all washed down with cocktails galore. This one might require a quiet Monday. 

Manhattan, Regent Singapore, Level 2, Regent, 1 Cuscaden Rd 


Bochinche Restaurant

If we could give you one piece of advice if you are heading to Bochinche for brunch, it would be to arrive hungry. Famed for its Argentinian meats, expect sausages, steaks, burgers etc, paired with the freshest veg and washed down with a selection of fresh juices or even a glass or two of delicious Argentinian red if that takes your fancy.

Bochinche Restaurant, 115 Amoy St, Singapore




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