Egg-citing stuff to EAT and DO for Easter weekend 2017 in Singapore! (14-16 April)

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Have you made your Easter plans? Check out our list of what's cooking and happening for Easter weekend 2017 in Singapore!

Yay! Long weekend is almost here, and an Easter one at that! Check out our list of what’s cooking and happening in town for Easter weekend 2017 in Singapore!

1. Easter Sunday dining at Lewin Terrace

Japanese-French fusion restaurant Lewin Terrace, is offering a special Easter day offering on 16 April 2017, available in the form of 4-course and 5-course set menus, and a 3-course kids menu.

Expect a modern interpretation of the perennial classic, Devilled Eggs, elevated by Chef de Cuisine Hiroyuki Shinkai, as he showcases dishes like sea bream, grilled lamb and foie gras saute imbued with Japanese-French culinary techniques.

The 3-course kids menu will feature a specially-crafted Omurice, which children will find to resemble an Easter bunny!

When: 16th April 2017
Cost: $78++ for lunch, $128++ for dinner, and $30++ for the kids’ menu.
Contact: Call +65 6333 9905 or E-mail info@lewinterrace.com.sg

2. Food and play @ Cafe Melba

Cafe Melba have a fun-filled three day lineup (14-16 April) with yummy food specials (for both adults and little ones), and loads of free activities to keep the kiddos busy throughout the long weekend, which includes bouncy castle, Easter colouring, and their famous Easter egg hunt, every day at 10am & 4pm.

If you prefer the East side (Café Melba at Goodman Arts Centre), call them up at 6440 6068. If you opt for Café Melba at Mediapolis on the West, call them at 6352 2721.

3. Easter special at PARKROYAL on Pickering

This Easter Sunday, 16 April 2017, a sumptuous buffet awaits you at Lime Restaurant at ParkRoyal between 12:30pm and 4:30pm. Highlights include the 65°C Sous-vide Egg with Asparagus, Lobster, Albufera Emulsion, Roasted Beef Prime Ribs, Pan-Seared Foie Gras with Crispy Pancetta Ham, Quail Egg and Port Wine, Baked Rock Salt Crusted Whole Salmon and Alaskan King Crab Remoulade, Avocado and Sea Urchin.

Not to mention chocolates, and an array of sweet treats and flavoured Roasted Marshmallows!

Lots for the little ones as well. At the Easter Kiddy Corner, they can get their faces painted, walk away with sculpted balloons, and jump around on the bouncy castles. There will also be plenty of photo opportunities with their lovable Easter Bunny at a special GIF Photobooth.

Last but not the least, there will be an Eggs-citing Easter Egg Hunt. Diners who can uncover the lucky eggs at the Kiddy Corner will walk away with dining vouchers and more!

When: 16 April 2017
Cost: SGD108++ per adult (includes unlimited servings of chilled juices, soft drinks, coffee and TWG tea). SGD44++ per child, 6-12 years old (includes unlimited servings of chilled juices and soft drinks). SGD88 per bottle of Mumm Cordon Rouge NV Champagne
Contact: Call +65 6809 8899 or email lime.prsps@parkroyalhotels.com

4. Easter with Pan Pacific Singapore

 

This Easter, gorge on traditional goodies from Pacific Marketplace, or celebrate with a wide array of Easter-themed delights and fun-filled kids’ activities at Edge.

  • Pacific Marketplace (Level 1)

Taking the limelight this year is Pastry Chef Eddy’s special creation, the Yoghurt Lemon Carrot Sponge Cake. Participate in one of the popular annual customs, the Easter egg hunt, and surprise your little ones with an extensive selection of whimsical chocolate eggs, including the adorable White Chocolate Animal Eggs of little chicks and rabbits, and the Chocolate Candy Box filled with colourful Easter eggs in a range of tempting flavours. Other attractive highlights include the Hot Cross Buns (Original, Green Tea and Red Velvet), luxurious Bunny with Pashmina and Classic Matryoshka Dark Chocolate.

Date: Available from 3 April to 16 April at pacificmarketplace.sg or Pacific Marketplace’s Patisserie Counter. Enjoy 15% early bird savings from 3 April to 14 April on Easter goodies.

  • Edge (Level 3)

Indulge in a 4-hour long Easter Sunday Champagne Brunch with unlimited Veuve Clicquot Champagne to complement the comprehensive array of the finest Seafood on Ice and roasts from the carvery. Conclude the sumptuous meal with tantalising Easter-themed desserts including classic delights such as Hot Cross Buns, Colourful Easter Eggs, Champagne Jello with Strawberry Pearls Shooters, White and Dark Chocolate Fountain, 10 types of Handmade Macarons, and a beautifully decorated Easter Chocolate Garden of assorted candies and pralines.

The young ones would be kept entertained with exciting Easter-themed activities such as a traditional egg hunt and face painting.

Date: 16 April, 12pm to 4pm

5. Brez’n celebrates Easter

From 15 March till Easter Sunday, 16 April, Brez’n, Singapore’s authentic Bavarian restaurant, will mark its first Easter with a wholesome, warm and inviting rustic menu prepared for families gathering to celebrate the end of lent season and to give thanks.

On Easter Sunday, 16 April, Brez’n will share its Bavarian warmth by treating each child to a free meal with every adult meal ordered.

For the grown-ups, one of the highlights of the hearty menu is the Easter Platter. Families of up to five can sit back for hours and enjoy this generous sharing platter which is served with one glazed slow cooked lamb shank, two pan-fried salmon steaks, and Brez’n’s signature crispy pork knuckle, complete with a buttery herbed potato mash. $118++ serves 4 – 5 !

6. Have fun at the Singapore Philatelic Museum

This Easter Sunday on 16 April 2017, the Singapore Philatelic Museum is opening its doors for a fun-filled day. Expect egg painting demonstrations, craft activities, stage performances, and an art, beauty and culture exhibition.

Date: 16 April 2017
Venue: Singapore Philatelic Museum, 23-B Coleman Street Singapore 179807
Admission prices: FREE for Singapore citizens and PR
Opening times: 10 am to 7 pm

7. Easter the Fort Canning Way

Head to Fort Canning for ‘Captain Bunny’s Easter in the Park’. Bonanza includes scrumptious Davy Jones’ Sunday buffet lunch, Captain Bunny’s Easter Egg Dash, Treasure Island Pinata Bonanza, bouncy castles, toys, slides, and even a best dressed Pirate contest!

Cost: $80.00++ per adult, $40.00++ for children between 4 to 12 years old. Children under the age of 4 years old dine for free.
Contact: For reservations and enquiries, contact The Salon at 6799 8809 or fnb@hfcsingapore.com

8. The Party Elves Easter Picnic 2017

The Party Elves Annual Easter Family Picnic is back with a host of games and activities for children 2 year old and above, including Egg Hunt, Sack Races, Egg decorating, Petting zoo, Egg Croquette, Face Painting and more!

Where: Tree Lizard B1-01, 25 Dempsey Rd (Under Long Beach Seafood) Singapore, 249670
Cost: $30 per child (includes 1 breakfast voucher), accompanying parents attend for free!
Bring an additional child for $25/child (includes 1 breakfast voucher)
Free entry for children under 2 yrs of age.
Enjoy 10% off lunch at Tree Lizard (booking direct to Tree Lizard)
Contact: Call/text 9883 9671 for any queries.

9. Camp Kido celebrates Easter

Campers at Camp Kido, get ready for a grand Easter Egg Hunt, where they’ll be hiding 100 golden eggs packed with treats waiting to be discovered! Plenty of other art and craft activities in store too, all suitable for kids ages 5-10 years.

Date: Sunday, 16th April 2017
Time: 12NN–6PM
Cost:  FREE Entry
Location: 66 Kampong Bugis, Level 1, Singapore 338987
Contact: nadia@seriesofintentions.com

10. Easter @ Resorts World Sentosa

As many as 3 restaurants at Resorts World Sentosa are celebrating Easter in a big way:

  • Sessions Easter Brunch

Tuck into their signature Chili Crab and Cereal Prawns, and enjoy free flow of seafood on ice, grilled meats and local favourites such as laksa and fried noodles. Top up with sweet treats like Homemade Easter Lollipops, New Orleans Cinnamon King Cake with Lemon Frosting and more.

Kids can hog on a mini buffet line of mini burgers, chicken nuggets, fish & chips, and Easter Chick Cookies, just to name a few. They also get to enjoy activities like chocolate egg deco competition, face painting and movie screening.

When: 16 April 2017 (Sunday), 12pm – 3.30pm
Cost: Adult: $88++ | Child: $44++
Contact: Call +65 6577 6567 or email Sessions@RWSentosa.com

  • Easter Brunch at Fratelli – Trattoria Pizzeria

Celebrate Easter the Italian way on Easter Sunday, with free flow of authentic Italian dishes including lobster ‘cappucino’ soup with crab meat, creamed risotto topped with sliced black truffles flaming with cognac and more. You will also enjoy unlimited servings of soft drinks and chilled juices.

Kids aged 4-12 years old can also take part in the Pizza Making Class.

When: 16 April 2017 (Sunday), 12pm – 3pm
Cost: Adult: $88++ | Child: $44++
Contact: For reservations, call +65 6577 6688 or email to fratelli@rwsentosa.com

  • Easter Brunch at Ocean Restaurant by Cat Cora:

Adults get to choose from Roasted Bresse Chicken and Wagyu Beef Prime Cuts, with unlimited servings of Chawamunshi with Foie Gras, Scrambled Egg with Truffle, and much more. Includes 1 glass of Prosecco per adult.

Kids can look forward to all-time favourites like Fish Fillet, Chicken Fillet, Minutes Steak, Ice cream, as well as free-flow soft drinks and chilled juices.

When: 16 April 2017 (Sunday), 12pm – 3pm
Cost: Adult: $88++ | Child: $38++
Contact: For reservations, call +65 6577 6688 or email to ocean@rwsentosa.com

Members enjoy special rates as well.

Also READ: 12 Easter special recipes!

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