We can never turn down a good Sunday brunch filled with eggs benedict, french toast and fluffy pancakes. Bon appetit!

Whether it is the fact that it is a lazy day, or that you can sleep in and still enjoy a decadent breakfast meal during lunchtime, there is something just so satisfying about brunch. This list brings you the top 5 restaurants and cafes to get your brunch on.

Kinki Restaurant + Bar

What is better than Japanese fare? A bottomless Japanese buffet fare! Check out Kinki’s Bottomless Brunch ($52) for 43 unconventional Japanese items from its current a la carte menu. Highlights include the hotate aburi, a pan-seared Hokkaido scallop sushi as well as wagyu foie gras donburi which is thinly sliced wagyu beef & pan seared foie gras served over Japanese steamed rice. Wash the food down with free flow of soft drinks, tea, still and sparkling water at an additional $5 per person. Available on Saturdays, 12-3pm. #02-02 Customs House, 70 Collyer Quay. Tel: 6533 3471


House at Dempsey

Breakfast and lunch makes brunch and one brunch place to go is House at Dempsey. They stepped up their Luxe Egg Ben ($29) game and instead of your typical poached eggs on toast, greens and ham, House at Dempsey uses organic eggs resting on house-made toast crowned by meaty duck confit, with fresh tomatoes on homemade  tangy and spicy mustard paprika hollandaise. Wash it down with teas, coffees, smoothies and juices that they offer; one you might want to consider the Pick Me Up Juice ($8.90) to perk yourself up for the rest of the day. 8D Dempsey Road. Tel: 6475 7787

Lola’s Cafe

Conceptualised with a playful and casual environment in mind, Lola’s Cafe is the perfect spot to go for a lazy Sunday afternoon. Get the Lola’s Full Works ($17) that consists of honey baked ham, honey bacon, pork sausage, sweet cherry tomato confit, scrambled eggs on toasted rye bread served with garden salad dressed in balsamic sauce. Or if you’re really not sure what to get, the Avocado Eggs Benedict ($14) makes for a safe option. Coffee is a popular part of the brunch experience and Lola’s Cafe does not lose out as their coffee roots are from Brazil, Blue Java and Ethiopia. 5 Simon Road. Tel: 6284 0349



A small brunch menu does not mean it will not be a good brunch meal. Artichoke streamlined its brunch list to make sure that every meal you get is their best meal. Go against the usual eggs Benedict, have the lamb shakshouka ($26) which is 2 eggs baked in a skillet, spiced tomato sauce, slow cooked lamb shoulder, green chilli harissa, kewpie yoghurt and served with pita. Going for something simpler? Get the Toast, Butter & Jam ($14) ade with comte gougere, foie gras butter and caraway spiced rhubarb compote. 161 Middle Road Tel: 6336 6949

Bread Yard

Bread Yard gives you the best bang for your buck in the Buona Vista precinct. Their thick, airy sourdough pancakes are made daily in-house and go for as low as $6. That’s as affordable as getting breakfast from a fast-food chain! Dine extravagantly and indulge in their popular candied bacon and grilled cheese pancakes ($12 nett). Marinated in brown sugar and paprika, the sweetness of the candied bacon marries well with the savoury grilled cheese. #01-23/24 Galaxis, 1 Fusionopolis Place. Tel: 9773 5318

Featured image: Kinki