Where To Eat On Sundays In Singapore



Check out these restaurants in Singapore that are opened on Sundays

If Saturdays are for letting your hair down, then Sundays are for unwinding before work begins in full swing. Whether you’re catching up with friends over a hearty brunch, or looking to enjoy a quiet family dinner, here are some restaurants in Singapore that are opened on Sundays. They offer scrumptious food so you can kick the week off on a high note.

Brasserie Astoria 

Restaurants in Singapore that are opened on Sundays, Where To Eat On Sundays In Singapore

Blazing its way into Singapore’s dining scene is Brasserie Astoria by Frantzén Group. Nestled within the grandeur of Victoria Concert Hall, the restaurant boasts 100 seats, a private dining room for 10, as well as a swanky bar and lounge. A number of the well-trained team from three-Michelin-star fine dining restaurant Zén are in charge of the kitchen and floor here.

Drawing inspiration from the restaurant’s Stockholm flagship (bychef Björn Frantzén), the Singapore outpost brings back the spirit of grand dining halls, with flambé trolleys, tableside service, and a unique spin on traditional brasserie fare.

For an indulgent Sunday meal – feast on dishes such as Råraka, a classic alternative to the Swedish rösti with crisp Agria potatoes topped with vendace roe; and Toast Astoria, a seafood-packed homage to the traditional Swedish Taost Skagen, heaped with Baltic prawns and Norwegian king crab dressed with wasabi aioli atop crisp sourdough. The whisky flambeed beef prepared table side is worth ordering for the theatrics and the succulent meat – paired with kampot and green pepper sauce with roasted potatoes. The excellent grilled spring chicken with macaroni pudding and corn velouté is perfect for sharing too. To pair with the food is a sophisticated wine list and creative Nordic-focused cocktail menu with Asian influences.



Restaurants in Singapore that are opened on Sundays, Where To Eat On Sundays In Singapore

Experience the robust flavours of Moroccan cuisine at Tajine, an authentic Moroccan tapas and cocktail bar at 18 Mohamed Sultan Road. The menu celebrates Morocco’s rich culinary heritage through handmade and slow-cooked dishes that draw on influences from the Mediterranean and Africa.

Kick things off with the mixed platter, which features three or six vegetable options that makes it perfect for sharing. Highlights include zaalouk (grilled eggplant seasoned with paprika and parsley), and bessara (a creamy, light fava bean hummus drizzled with extra virgin olive oil). Another must-try is the couscous royal, served with fluffy hand-rolled semolina cooked with lamb merguez, lamb chop, spring chicken, kefta, onion tfaya, and chickpea, complemented by a silky lamb and chicken bone broth.

For something special, pre-order the méchoui, a traditional dish served at celebrations and festivities, consisting of slow-braised lamb shoulder served with basmati rice pilaf and dried fruits. Round off your meal with a frozen sorbet spiked with almond syrup and orange blossom water and topped with candied lemon.

For a boozy Sunday, Tajine’s cocktail menu is no less impressive and includes unique creations inspired by Morocco’s rich tea-drinking culture. Pair your meal with Mo-Tea-To, a twist on the classic Mojito, or the Mesmeric Potion, a light and refreshing take on the Gin and Tonic that comprises gin-infused grapes, thyme, orange bitters, and tonic.



Restaurants in Singapore that are opened on Sundays, Where To Eat On Sundays In Singapore

If you live in the East and are looking for restaurants in Singapore that are opened on Sundays, try scoring a table at Fico – nestled within East Coast Park. Start the meal with Fico’s signature focaccina, topped with classic ingredients like Piennolo Giallo tomatoes, gulf anchovies, baked black olives, and capers. Enjoy the puffy bread with small plates of cardoncelli mushrooms baked with pecorino and extra virgin olive oil; the 24-month-aged Prosciutto; or a soft, melted wheel of Tomino Cheese, delicately wrapped in pancetta.

No Italian affair would be complete without fresh pastas. Try the burnt wheat balazoni teeming with aubergine and cacioricotta. Mains include grilled whole seasonal fish stuffed with lemon, margherita onions and tomatoes, and grilled pork collar accompanied by green asparagus, colatura (fish sauce), and parmigiano. Wash it all down with Fico’s smorgasbord of drinks that include Puglian-sourced wines, housemade kombuchas, and non-alcoholic beverages. And don’t leave without trying the sweet treats from the dessert trolley.


Telegraph Hotel 

Restaurants in Singapore that are opened on Sundays, Where To Eat On Sundays In Singapore

Telegraph Hotel at 35 Robinson Road presents a different take on the traditional Sunday roast with an exciting weekends-only affair at The Dining Room, featuring an excellent selection of grilled and roasted delights. Indulge in  succulent butcher cuts the likes of beef tenderloin, Black Angus ribeye and striploin, alongside poultry and pork options that marry the best of East and West, such as tandoori French poulet tikka, and char siew baby back ribs.

The seafood menu brings forward bold and spicy flavours, with dishes such as sambal skate wing with cincalok, and whole seabass bakar balado. Or opt for the classic baked cheesy Boston lobster. You can elevate your meal with a selection of sides and sauces. End the meal with exquisite desserts such as baked kueh bingka, deconstructed tiramisu, and apple crumble cake.

The Weekend Grill and Roast menu is available on Saturdays and Sundays from 11.30am to 3pm. For reservations, visit https://book.mysimpleerb.com/18254/the-hotel-telegraph-singapore/

Crafted by Peter Zweiner

Restaurants in Singapore that are opened on Sundays, Where To Eat On Sundays In Singapore

Expect an array of new menu items at Crafted, one of the restaurants in Singapore that is opened on Sundays. This New York-inspired restaurant is located at B1-21 South Beach Ave. Satisfy cravings with signature burgers such as the Crafted Classic and Bull’s Eye, both made with 100% USDA prime Black Angus ground beef. If poultry is your preferred protein, there’s the sous vide corn-fed chicken leg, or chicken noodle soup, which features gluten-free fusilli. Vegans and vegetarians are not left out, with options such as gazpacho and grilled vegetables with mixed herbs. Pair your Sunday meals with a selection of cocktails and draught beers for the ultimate indulgence.


Text: Eris Choo





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