7 Places in Singapore for Big Groups to Grab Brunch
On weekends (or any other day really), we brunch! Looking for a comfortable space to catch up with a group of friends and family accompanied by fantastic food? They say brunch is the most important meal of the day, so we’ve rounded some spots in Singapore that serve brunch fit for a group of kings and queens (the more, the merrier).
Source: Food For Thought
Tuck into Southeast Asian food with a modern twist at Food For Thought while bathing in an abundance of natural light. Nestled within the National Museum of Singapore, experience the fusion of nostalgic and modern elements from the menu to the interior design.
Boasting dishes including Soft Shell Chili Crab Linguine and Satay Beef Rice Bowl, engage in quality conversations in a setting inspired by the interior of Singapore’s kopitiams from the past (think wooden chairs and marble table tops).
Address: 93 Stamford Road #01-04/05, National Museum, Singapore (178897)
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This cosy cafe offers home-cooked traditional Swedish food and pastries that are also halal! Spoil yourself with their wide range of menu options including the Fika Breakfast which includes eggs, chicken sausages and more served with hard rye crispbread.
The second floor of this Scandinavian bistro is the perfect spot for communal dining, furnished with long dining tables, wooden chairs and sofas that make for a warm atmosphere. Tuck into hearty signature all-beef Swedish Meatballs and more mouth-watering Swedish fare while surrounded with a group of loved ones in this homely cafe.
Address: 257 Beach Road, Singapore (199539)
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3. Wild Honey
Source: Wild Honey
Feel like having breakfast for lunch? At Wild Honey, you’re in for a sweet treat for they serve breakfast food all day long. Items on their menu include Scandinavian, Tunisian, Norwegian and Caribbean dishes made with the utmost passion and quality. Aside from these, vegan, vegetarian, dairy-free and gluten-free options are also available.
Pair your meal with beverages of your choice, ranging from coffee blends by Common Man Roasters and teas by TWG. Elevate your brunch experience with a wholesome meal and great company as you dine, surrounded by gorgeous oak furnishings and welcoming sofas that will leave you relaxed.
- 6 Scotts Road #03-02, Scotts Square, Singapore (228209)
- 333A Orchard Road #03-01, Mandarin Gallery, Singapore (238867)
Friday-Saturday & Eve of PH: 9am-9.30pm
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4. The Halia
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Situated among lush greenery is The Halia, an inviting space featuring full height glass windows and rustic wood-carved furniture. Savour modern European cuisine infused with Asian influences such as their slow-cooked egg served with toasted baguette, inspired by the Asian dish of eggs with soy sauce, white pepper and spring onions.
If you and your group of companions are yearning to be more in touch with nature, the al fresco dining option is available. The open veranda of the restaurant located in the Ginger Garden of the Singapore Botanic Gardens guarantees a tranquil and satisfying brunch among the foliage.
Address: 1 Cluny Road, Ginger Garden, Botanic Gardens, Singapore (259569)
Fri & Eve of PH: 9am-10pm
Sunday & PH: 10am-9.30pm
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5. Cafe Melba
Source: Cafe Melba
Source: Cafe Melba
Dig into nutritious and delicious Australasian eats at Cafe Melba, with generous portions of food like Eggs Benedict and Chicken Parma. The kitchen is helmed by renowned and experienced chefs who know their ingredients inside out and are always innovating special dishes that marry the best flavours of Melbourne and Asia.
With high ceilings and a laid-back ambience, Cafe Melba is a great spot for groups looking for casual, slow-paced communal dining over great food and drinks.
P.S. It’s also family-friendly, with Cafe Melba at Goodman Arts Centre boasting a huge lawn and a bouncy castle for the little ones to expend all their energy on.
- 90 Goodman Road, Goodman Arts Centre, Blk N #01-56 Singapore, (439053)
- 1 Stars Avenue, #03-01, Singapore, (138507)
Goodman Arts Centre
- Monday-Friday: 10am-10pm
- Weekends & PH: 8.30am-10pm
- Monday-Sunday: 8am-10pm
Send those gathering invites out and enjoy a heartwarming time at Cafe Melba!
Famed for their generous pile of truffle fries, PS.Cafe has 8 outlets across the island and is the place to visit for legendary brunches in a big group. It boasts stunning interiors across the outlets with elements like high glass ceilings and rustic wood finishes that contribute to the cosy and elegant ambience of the cafe.
Relish in the brunch options that’ll leave you spoilt for choice such as the hearty PS. Big Breakfast with eggs, bacon, wilted spinach served with a salad drizzled with honey truffle dressing. Dine while surrounded by classic decor and prepare your phones to snap pictures of your group, the food and PS.Cafe for the ‘gram.
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See the full list of PS.Cafe outlets here.
Immerse yourself in the abundance of great food, atmosphere and company at PS.Cafe.
Plentyfull prides itself on making their dishes from scratch with a focus on local produce, which makes their food as fresh as you can get. Their filling and nourishing brunch options include Avocado Toast, Organic Egg Blinis and Classic French Omelette that guarantee to satiate your brunch cravings.
With long communal dining tables that are group friendly coupled with warm lighting and hanging plants, catching up with a group of friends or family at Plentyfull will leave you with plenty of good vibes and satisfied stomachs.
Address: 9 Raffles Boulevard #01-79/80, Millenia Walk, Singapore (039596)
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