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Have you been to The Grand Sunday Champagne Brunch at the Hilton Singapore Orchard’s Estate?

The Hilton Singapore Orchard is a luxurious five-star hotel located in the heart of Singapore’s bustling shopping district. It offers an ideal location for those looking to explore the city’s lifestyle, culture, and dining scene. The hotel features sophisticated, well-appointed rooms and suites equipped with modern amenities to ensure a comfortable stay. You can indulge in a variety of dining experiences ranging from authentic Japanese cuisine modern European fare, and delicious local delicacies. So it is an ideal place for a Sunday bottomless brunch.

What’s all the fuss about bottomless brunches?

We went to Hilton Singapore Orchard Sunday Champagne Brunch to find out! Our first ever Sunday Bottomless Brunch… and wow, we were not disappointed! When we read about what the Hilton Singapore Orchard had to offer, we were highly impressed… It turns out they are refreshing their Sunday brunch to new unparalleled standards. The hotel was opened in February 2022, and they started their brunch in April 2022. They decided to relaunch it recently, and you can reserve your spot online here

Estate Sunday Grand Champagne brunch

Who could resist a mountain of lobsters, 32 exotic European kinds of cheese and copious amounts of Champagne…? Well, we couldn’t! Read on if you want to hear more about our Sunday Funday adventure!

My husband hit the nail when he exclaimed, “This is not fine dining; this is FUN dining!” A cornucopia of food and drinks ready to be consumed. Bacchus would not have been disappointed. But, firstly, who is the audience of this type of lavishness?

It was a very international crowd; being an expat, you are used to this mishmash of people. Every nationality felt represented in this restaurant, from locals to tourists, business colleagues, and even a cycling club. However, everyone seemed very friendly and relaxed, the laughter from the diners tinkled across the dining rooms, and even our neighbouring table was super excited about the prospect that his son could eat and then go and paint with the other children in the next room. 

Estates Sunday Brunch

At the same time, Mum and Dad threw down oysters, followed by Laurent Perrier champagne or Whispering Angel rose. He explained that he came to Singapore and Hong Kong annually for business, bringing his family and always found a champagne brunch to enjoy, and this was the best one yet. (Mainly because of the kid’s activities and the lovely array of food!)

Let’s get down to the particulars; 

Bottomless brunch Hilton Orchard

What to expect at The Grand Sunday Champagne Brunch?

Their features were 

  • Live Oyster Bar
  • An Avocado Bar
  • Homemade Sausages
  • Estate’s Black Truffle Roasted Duck
  • Crispy River Prawn Tempura
  • Shawarma Station
  • Wagyu Beef Rossini
  • Crepe Suzette
  • Peanut Butter Dragon Breath with Wafer Cone

Sunday Brunch at Hotel singapore orchard

What did we get at The Hilton Singapore Orchard?

Well, I can honestly say we were not disappointed! They had all the food listed above and more. The mountain of crayfish was like a dream come true for any seafood lover. 

While catering for this amount of people, keeping the quality of taste and standard must be challenging. The crab’s legs were perfectly salted and moist, and the lobster wasn’t great; a bit dry and had no salt. The lobster claws were, however, delicious. The scallops were yummy and fresh, as were the oysters. The sushi was a little dry, and the sashimi was fresh and well-prepared. I could have just eaten that all day, but when it’s humans against food, we must never let the food win, and we carried on to the other stations. 

 The meat station was next, and almost impossible to turn down all the offerings, between the duck, the suckling pig, the wagyu and the lamb. The latter two were outstanding. Wagyu was medium rare, juicy, and tender, and the lamb was beautifully spiced with middle eastern flavours. Truly delicious! 

The avocado bar was filled with all the beautiful things a health nut could dream of, colourful salads, gazpacho, and the quintessential avocado toast, topped with yellow caviar! YUM YUM! 

Not only was there an incredible display of Western food, but the Char siew came recommended, along with dumplings and a brightly coloured display of Indian curries and condiments.

Sunday Brunch at the Estate

The next was the excellent cheese debate! 

What order do you eat cheese in? Is it before, after or instead of dessert? We couldn’t settle this easily but felt strongly that the cheese had to be tackled immediately. Out of the 32 exotic kinds of cheese, some smelly, some not so, I choose 6. The gorgonzola and the Epoisses, whose creaminess ran all over my plate, were incredibly gooey. 

The decadent dessert section was beautifully decorated with colourful mushrooms, mystical themes, and exquisitely adorned cheesecakes with big floppy fondant cheese slices on top that even the most discerning mouse couldn’t turn down. Tiny madeleines dipped in sharp but sweet blackberry and white chocolate, Japanese mochi sweets with bean filling and Singaporean sweets filled with pandan and locally sourced ingredients colourfully lined the platter. Sour cherry tart in a rich, beautiful red colour and covered in chocolate buttons, that yes, I just wanted to face plant… but I kept my wits about me and moved on to the other counters before I changed my mind. The pistachio caramel tart was decadent and creamy with a punch of caramel to remind you that it’s great to be alive.

Cheese Board

In the fridges that framed the dessert room was tiny canisters that housed other treats, and one of them was a champagne gelee with berries that tasted just as good as the cocktail kir royal in a firm deliciousness.

We finished the whole meal with an espresso in a vague attempt to try to face the outside world and make sense of this 3 hour’s scrumptiousness that even Alice in Wonderland would have enjoyed. 

During all this feasting, we were greeted and treated with care by the staff at the Hilton Singapore Orchard; they made sure that the libations kept coming and whatever we wanted. I decided to compare the two champagnes. Was the $20 supplement to upgrade the champagne worth it?

The two champagnes, Laurent Perrier and Billecart Salmon, have incredibly different tastes. The iconic Laurent Perrier is an easy-drinking and lovely champagne. It’s very soft and fits well with many dishes. 

Bottomless brunch Hilton Orchard

Billecart Salmon is much more crisp and refreshing. I do have to say that it’s a matter of preference. If you can’t decide I am sure the excellent staff will help you by letting you taste them both. The Laurent Perrier was perfect for me, but I have to say Billecart Salmon is one of my favourites, and I think the $20 surcharge is not a deal breaker. They also offered cocktails like Aperol Spritz and Lillet, a citrusy French cocktail similar to Aperol but a little sweeter, almost like Pims, so if you find Aperol Spritz a little bitter, a Lillet could be your new summer tipple!

What was the verdict, you ask? Was it worth the money? Without a doubt! Definitely, a fabulous place to enjoy a celebration, get some friends together, or you and your favourite person escape the heat and indulge un-regrettably for a couple of hours. I recommend a pool and a lounger afterwards to revel in the afterglow of this fun feast!

Champagne at brunch

What is the cost of the Estate’s Grand Sunday Champagne Brunch?

Every Sunday | 12 noon to 3 pm


  • $158 ++ per adult (food only)
  • $208++ per adult (with free flow Laurent Perrier Champagne, house wines and Whispering Angel Rosé, cocktail bar, beer, and soft drinks)
  • $228++ per adult (with free flow Billecart-Salmon Champagne, house wines and Whispering Angel Rosé, cocktail bar, beer, and soft drinks)
  • $79++ per child (aged between 6 and 12 years old. For a child aged five years old and below, dines for free)

A really good tip to remember is that you can get a discount if you are a Hilton Honors member!

Hilton Honors Members enjoy up to 25% off food & drinks* at Estate. 

  • Hilton Honors Base & Silver members receive 10% off
  • Hilton Honors Gold & Diamond members receive 25% off

Hilton Singapore Orchard - Estate Restaurant with Kitchen

Fancy staying the night? 

Hilton Singapore Orchard is ideally located for your staycation. Walking distance to the hub of Singapore’s shopping distance and many more tourist attractions. The Hilton Singapore Orchard has all the necessary facilities you would expect from the Hilton chain, with an exercise studio, outdoor pool and a good variety of restaurants.

Thanks for taking the time to read our blog. We hope this post has given you the information you need. If you have any recommendations, tips or advice, we would love for you to share them in the comment section below!

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2 thoughts on “Have you been to The Grand Sunday Champagne Brunch at the Hilton Singapore Orchard’s Estate?”

  1. Singapore food, or sgeats, is like a yummy adventure for your taste buds! It’s a mix of different flavors from all over the world, just like how Singapore is home to people from many countries. One must-try is Hainanese chicken rice, Singapore’s super famous dish. Imagine soft, juicy chicken served with fluffy rice that smells amazing, all dipped in a spicy chili sauce. It’s so good, it’s like a hug in a bowl! See more: http://sgeats.org/

  2. The culinary extravaganza at the Hilton Singapore Orchard Sunday Champagne Brunch was an unparalleled experience of indulgence and delight. From the mountain of crayfish to the perfectly salted crab legs, each dish showcased meticulous attention to detail and a dedication to quality. The succulent wagyu beef and expertly spiced lamb stood out among the array of offerings, while the avocado bar catered to health-conscious palates with vibrant salads and inventive avocado creations. The fusion of Western delicacies, Asian delights, and a touch of luxury with bottomless Champagne created an atmosphere of pure enjoyment and culinary adventure. It was truly a feast for the senses, where every bite and sip was a celebration of fine food and joyful dining.

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