Published On: May 18, 2022- Last Updated: October 14, 2023- 3 min read-

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Here are a few of the top brunch and prosecco spots in Singapore

There is nothing better than a boozy brunch on a budget. It can be the best way to kick the day off (or to keep a party going from the night before).

Singapore offers some of the best all-you-can-drink prosecco and brunch spots across the city – and luckily for you, we’ve gathered them into a master list.

There’s an all-you-can-drink prosecco and boozy brunch spot on this list for every kind of audience!

Akira Back (Japanese-inspired Brunch)

Okay, we couldn’t NOT feature this unique option on our list of all-you-can-drink prosecco and brunch spots. Akira Back offers a Japanese-inspired “flowing brunch” option for those who are looking for something different and delicious.

Day Brunch

Source: IG @akirabacksg

Order a sashimi platter for the table, soup, salad, shrimp tempura rolls, and more from the a la carte menu as you sip on your all-you-can-drink cocktails (five options). Or, take things to the next level with a traditional sake flight!

This is a definite option for the cool kids who are looking to do a boozy brunch on a budget!

Approximate cost: Free-flow drinks $58 per person. A la carte menu costs additional.
Website: www.akiraback.sg

Alley on 25 (Brunch with a Chic View)

Alley on 25 is located on the 25th floor of the Hyatt hotel in Singapore. Its stunningly chic views offer an Instagram-worthy moment – and, its boozy brunch options aren’t too bad either!

Alley on 25 features a couple of different options depending on your style (brunch, afternoon tea) that pamper guests with an unlimited a la carte menu concept and free-flow style drinks.

Pick a cocktail, grab some coffee, indulge in delicious breakfast foods, and feel like royalty while you dine! Check out the specials ahead of time at Alley on 25 and be sure to reserve your table before you head out to make sure that you can get a spot at this iconic Singapore destination.

Approximate cost: Free-flow drinks $45 per person. Breakfast menu is $59 per person.
Website: www.hyatt.com

Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa (The Pampered Brunch Experience)

While this may not be the cheapest option on the list, this luxurious resort and spa location will blow your friends away. It’s bougie and chic in all the right ways without being too in-your-face.

The Sofitel Singapore Sentosa Resort & Spa brunch offers 90 selections of decadence including seafood, pastries, sushi, maki rolls, and (of course) free-flowing drink options.

Ratchet up the glamorous feel by selecting champagne for your brunch as you soak in the relaxed tropical ambiance (including some resident peacocks).

Brunch

Source: IG @sofitelsingaporesentosa

While this may not be a boozy brunch on a budget, Sofitel is a stunning spot to make some great memories.

Approximate cost: $145 per person for free-flow wine/beer and food. $175 per person for free-flow-style champagne and food.
Website: www.sofitel-singapore-sentosa.com

Zafferano (Classic Italian Eats + Bubbly)

Of course, the Italians know how to do all-you-can-drink prosecco and brunch spots! Zafferano is an iconic Singapore destination that offers delicious Italian favorites like antipasti, pasta, desserts, and more.

Pair it with free-flow champagne to get the good times rolling! Their rooftop bar offers some great skyline views especially as the restaurant is located in the heart of the business district.

Approximate cost: $110 per person with free-flowing wine or beer. $150 per person with free-flowing champagne or premium wine and beer.
Website: Zafferano.sg

Planning your ladies night out, take a look at our Best (and Budget-Friendly) Ladies’ Night Out Spots in Singapore – GoFind.sg

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