Holy Week is here, and at the end of it is a day of cute Easter bunnies, Easter egg hunts, and rejoicing. And what better way to celebrate it than with good food and great company? Here are 7 ways you can commemorate Easter Sunday with your family and friends (or even a potential new romance!).

Mini Easter Egg Hunt & Dinner for Singles


Let your Easter (and maybe even Valentine’s) come early at the Mini Easter Egg Hunt and Dinner hosted by GaiGai, a Singaporean dating agency. Have fun hunting for eggs in an indoor garden and enjoy the delectable dishes prepared by food trucks. And most of all meet and interact with other singles and make new connections. There will be group interactions with guaranteed rotations facilitated by certified matching practitioners. The event is on April 13, from 7pm-10pm at the Wisma Atria.

The White Rabbit


One of the “old reliables” around Singapore, The White Rabbit will once again hold its yearly brunch buffet for Easter. Apart from a carving station and a seafood bar, there are also a variety of entrees to choose from. The best art is it is kid friendly with special dishes just for the little ones. Free flowing drinks will be served throughout the feast while your children can enjoy the bouncy castle and get their fair share of candy floss. The buffet brunch is available on April 16, from 10am-3pm.

The Party Elves Easter Picnic


Enjoy a picnic with the family this Sunday in the premises of Tree Lizard. Bring picnic mats and excited children for a day of fun and games like jewel egg hunt, face painting, Easter egg decoration, sack races, and more. Children get free breakfast and accompanying parents get free admissions. Picnic meals are also available in the venue so you need not worry about making preparations! Reserve your tickets now through the Tree Lizard hotline to secure your spot.



Looking for something a little more indulgent for Easter? Visit Forlino for a hearty eat-all-you-can Italian feast for $78 net per adult and $38 net per child. For a group with 3 adults, kids under 10 years old get their meal for free. While the grown-ups enjoy dishes such as slow-braised lamb shoulder with couscous, the kids can have some fun with face painting and balloon sculpting activities. Forlino’s Easter feast is available all weekend from April 15-16.

Easter Sunday Champagne Brunch


This year, the British Club Singapore is holding an Easter event open for members and non-members alike. For $128 and $138 for members and guests respectively, you can get a myriad of dishes from cold cuts and smoked salmon to pan-seared duck breast and prawn Goan curry. It also comes with free-flow of red and white wine and soft drinks. Kids are also welcome to join for reduced prices.

Osteria Art


For a luxurious Easter Sunday date, visit Osteria Art and enjoy a 4-course meal for lunch or dinner. Indulge in an homage to Italian gustatory tradition, prepared with the freshest, hand-picked local ingredients. To top it off, you can enjoy it in a posh and elegant ambience with rich Art Deco interiors. Make sure to book your table in advance for a truly indulgent and celebratory Easter.



What could be more indulgent than dining in the sophisticated restaurant within the National Gallery Singapore? Dining there with a 4-course meal! On Easter Sunday, Aura is offering meals for lunch and dinner inspired by spring for $38 net and $48 net respectively. It’s the perfect Easter celebration for friends. Pro tip: try to visit at dinner to get a stunning view of the city lights as you enjoy your delectable meal.