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Get Easter Brunch Delivered To You With These 5 Restaurants

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Get Easter Brunch Delivered To You With These 5 Restaurants
Rumman Amin

With all that’s going on in the world, it’s easy to lose track of the days — Easter is coming up this Sunday. While you might not be able to physically eat in your favourite restaurants, we’ll do you one better: here are 5 places that’ll bring a soul-warming Easter Day brunch straight to your dining room.

01 | Four Seasons

For a one-stop place to get all your Easter Day fixings, Four Seasons has you covered. They’ll deliver a wide range of mains — from classic chicken-and-beef roasts to baked salmon and lamb racks — along with other Easter classics like hot cross buns. 

You’ll be glad to know that the dessert menu is just as extensive: for big families, pick up the raspberry pistachio mousse cake or the carrot walnut cake with cream cheese frosting, and entertain the little ones (or yourself) with mini chocolate eggs from Italian patisserie Flamigni.

To order, visit their site here.

02 | Mandarin Oriental

If you want to recreate the restaurant experience in your dining room, then Mandarin Oriental’s five-course Easter brunch set is what you’re after. It’s offers a smattering of hearty food without being too fussy: kids and adults will love the egg in cocotte with parmesan and jamon Iberico, as well as the tagliatelle pasta dish. 

For mains, choose from a herb-crusted roast Angus beef sirloin or a juicy Australian lamb rack, all drenched in addictive jus and paired with a generous helping of potatoes and veggies. And with the three different desserts that accompany the meal — Grand Cru chocolate, a chestnut cherry Mont Blanc and a very cute bunny egg — you’re sure to spend the rest of your Sunday afternoon with a contented nap. 

To order, visit their site here.

03 | The English House by Marco Pierre White

If you’re after a traditional Sunday roast, then there’s really no place better to get it than at The English House, brainchild of the vaunted British chef Marco Pierre White. 

Choose from mains like roast chicken with bread sauce and roast fillet of beef with horseradish — which are all served along with Yorkshire puddings, roast potatoes and veggies, pigs in blankets, and of course, warm-your-insides traditional gravy. Round it all off with Mr White’s tiramisu for a very satisfying Easter brunch.

To order, visit their site here.

04 | Pan Pacific 

This one’s for the sweet tooths and the young at heart. Pan Pacific channels their inner Willy Wonka with their exclusive spread of Easter goodies: coo over the pleasing sphericalness of the Round Rabbits and Chick in Egg, which are as yummy as they are cute to look at.

There’s also the Apricot Dulcey Cake, inspired by Russia’s iconic Fabergé eggs — only this time, they come with a heart-achingly soft, moist chocolate interior. For a more classic offering, go with their hot cross buns, which come with a molten chocolate or blueberry cream cheese filling: they’re sure to have you reaching for more.

To order, visit their site here.

(Image: Pan Pacific Singapore)

05 | Summerlong

Looking for something a little different? Greek restaurant Summerlong offers a Mediterranean take on the traditional Easter brunch with their exclusive new set that’s perfect for a family of four.

You’ll still have your staples — like a hefty roasted lamb with jus and potatoes — only this time, they’re accompanied by a gorgeous spread of Grecian dips, flatbread, and baklava. 

To add to the festive cheer, you’ll also get an Easter-themed gift bag that includes a very cute egg decorating kit, so you can commemorate what’s sure to be a very memorable Easter.

To order, visit their site here.

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