TOP Weekend Brunch Places 2017

TOP Brunch Places in Singapore

Weekend Brunch Places

Brunch has become a weekend routine for many in Singapore. Get out of bed late, have a good meal before starting a day full of activities or more lazing around. We share our 2017 list of favourite of weekend brunch places that are open on weekends from 11 am or earlier. We will add to our list of TOP Weekend Brunch Places in Singapore in the course of the year as we discover new and good weekend brunch places. Continue reading →

Brunch at Curious Palette on Prinsep Street Singapore

Curious Palette

It has taken us a while, but we finally got to have brunch at Curious Palette, another of the hot cafes in Singapore that seem to attract a strong following.  Curious Palette is located in a shophouse on Prinsep Street Singapore. The entrance is quite nondescript. There is no real signboard, just a small blackboard on a chair announced its presence. Yet it was full of people – we were fortunate to get a table without a reservation. It was soon full house in this cafe.

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Brunch at Wheeler’s Estate Seletar Aerospace Park

Wheeler's Estate Seletar

Wheeler's Estate Seletar

The Oval at Seletar Aerospace Park (SAP) is a new hip food enclave. Wheeler’s Estate is one of the several new food and beverage places operating in the black and white colonial buildings that sit on the grounds just next to the Seletar Airport. Housed in an elegantly restored heritage building, surrounded by lush greenery and serving modern Australian cuisine, Wheeler’s Estate Seletar will appeal to foodies and photographers, especially amateur food photographers.

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Our laid back weekend brunch at District 10 UE Square

District 10 Restaurant & Bar is a small chain of four restaurants in Singapore serving “modern European cuisine, quality food and affordable drinks”. We had brunch at District 10 UE Square recently. Their other Singapore outlets are at Star Vista, Suntec City and Clarke Quay.

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Brunch at Club Street Social

The Club Street Social cafe is technically not on Club Street. I guess “Gemmill Lane Social” does not sound as snappy. It is however close enough to be visible from the Club Street, taking up a corner shop space near the open air car park. There is nothing ostentatious about the place. In fact, some parts of the industrial styled interior are quite spartan. But there is a certain air of carefree-ness about Club Street Social, both in its external appearance and interior, which makes it attractive.

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Cherry Garden dim sum buffet

The Cherry Garden dim sum buffet served as brunch on weekends is popular with fellow Singapore diners. This lovely Chinese restaurant in the Mandarin Oriental Hotel next to Marina Square was full when we were there on a Sunday, despite the pricey price tag of $68++ per person. It is so popular that there are two 2-hour sittings for brunch – 11 and 1.30 pm. We took a 11 am slot which required us to finish by 1 pm.

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