The Edge Sunday Champagne Brunch
By Editor | Updated on March 26, 2016
Love Asian food? Dine at The Edge to let champagne complement with your Asian favorites: Thai salad and tom yam, Japanese sashimi and sushi, poached egg with truffle coulis at Egg Station, prime rib, wagyu beef and suckling pig at Carvery Section, home cured salmon gravlax and crispy kurobuta pork belly served at your tables by Feast-on-wheels, Wagyu beef and signature Pan Pacific sausages grilled to your liking at Live Grill section. More emphasized on Asian cuisines, but this sophisticated buffet doesn’t forget to offer you bread, cheese and crustacean on ice with Boston lobster, oysters, Alaskan king crabs, prawns and clams.
The longest champagne brunch in Singapore: While most of Sunday champagne brunches in town last from two and a half hours to three hours, Sunday champagne brunch at The Edge at Pan Pacific Singapore has its length up to 4 hours. A four-hour Sunday afternoon meal with endless flow of gourmet foods and Veuve Clicquot Champagne? It is absolutely the longest and most leisure meal you have in the whole week to live in a pampering way of life – savouring both your favorites and interesting conversations.
Seven live cooking theatres: Ordering foods at these live cooking stations is a good way to have your dishes piping hot. Ask the chefs to make tom yam, Thai salad, grill Wagyu beef, seafood, sausages or cut salmon and tuna belly in the way you love. Don’t forget to hand over a wooden stick labeled with your table number to the chef to have your dish served right at your table.
There is a two-meter long cheeseboard available showcasing over 30 artisanal cheeses.
Children below six dine for free: It is a fancy affair and most of the champagne brunches in town do charge for a meal of children above the age of three, but your little child can have his or her free entry at The Edge. And a Kids’ Corner with DVDs is there for children to have some fun.
The 4 Best Sunday Champagne Brunches in Singapore
– Boston lobster
– Suckling pig
– Duck confit ravioli
– Omi Wagyu beef
– Poached egg with truffle coulis
– Pan-seared foie gras
– Mango with sticky rice
There is enough space for everyone at The Edge – ample room between tables and tables plus food stations and dining areas are what you may not find at most of the busy buffets, but it is something existing at The Edge for you to feel more private and comfortable.
– $158++ (adult) inclusive of free flow of Veuve Clicquot champagne, Cloudy Bay Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc, beers and cocktails
– $98++ (ages 12 to 17) inclusive of free flow of soft drinks, juices, coffee and tea
– $49++ (ages 7 to 11) inclusive of free flow of soft drinks, juices, coffee and tea
– Children below six dine for free
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