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Easter 2017 Singapore Long Weekend Food Hunting Trail: Day Three- The Beach and The River

Travel Singapore Easter R... /March 2017

Today, let's start the day a bit later because Sunday is meant for Brunch day. 

1. Brunch- The Kitchen Table

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Celebrate this Easter with W Singapore's The Kitchen Table Hop, Skip and Sip Easter Brunch Buffet. The buffet will be enjoyable for both parents and children. For Easter, top-notch dishes are served with a chocolatey twist.

During this special event, there'll be Easter egg hunt and activities to keep your little ones hopping around and occupied. 

The meal is priced at a steep price of SGD188++ inclusive of free-flow for adults and SGD78 for children aged 6-12, but given the quality of the meal and the fun activities, it's worth it to spend. Think of it as buying a memorable experience with your family and friends.


2. Dinner- Song Fa Bak Ku Teh


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What better way to close the food hunt with something warm. After a long day hopping around Sentosa finding Easter eggs, treat yourself to a bowl of steaming warm Bak Ku Teh.

Almost every local in Singapore knows about this Michelin Bib-Gourmand restaurant and how long the queue can be. So we suggest you drive down earlier to beat the crowd. 


Notable Mentions

Have you checked our 5 Things To Do this Easter Guide? Here are alternatives that you can do if hotel brunches aren't your cup of tea:

1. Easter Eggstravaganza- Resorts World Sentosa (Universal Studios)

2. Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle

This stall was opened in the 1930s and is now run by the 2nd generation. Like most of the food recommendation this Easter, the recipe has been handed down in the family. 

Here's the map to the famous restaurant!

3. Zhong Guo La Mian Xiao Long Bao

For lunch, what about juicy Xiao Long Bao and generously filled spicy dumplings paired with la mian. Have we made your mouth water yet? Happiness is simple and cheap this Easter. 

You can try their perfectly pan friend dumplings which are crispy and juicy. 

Here's how to get there! It is at #02-135 Chinatown Complex Market & Food Centre.


If you need a good coffee break and chill in between food hunting, check out our Cafe guide.


Need a car to beat the crazy amount of traffic and the surge-priced taxi? Call us and we will hook you up with the best car rental rate in town!


Have a great Easter guys! After three-days worth of good meal, may you feel rejuvenated for the second quarter of the year! 


Check out our Day One and Day Two Food Trail!