Earth Hour Celebrations and Easter Dining Specials at Marina Bay Sands 2019
Local integrated resort Marina Bay Sands supports Earth Hour 2019 over a three-day festival of music, food and culture at the end of March. Organised by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), Earth Hour 2019 will feature a series of exciting activities, including an Eco Marketplace at the Event Plaza.
From 29th to 31st March, celebrity chef restaurants Bread Street Kitchen by Gordon Ramsay and db Bistro & Oyster Bar will be serving sustainable dishes at the marketplace, including the newly launched The Impossible BSK Burger featuring the ground-breaking plant-based meat. Visitors can also taste Bread Street Kitchen’s signature Traditional fish and chips with tartar sauce, as well as healthy brunch dishes such as Crushed avocado with whole grain mustard on pumpernickel with fried egg. Highlights at the db Bistro’s pop-up kiosk include the appetising Sustainable snapper ceviche with tangy mango, creamy avocado, coriander, lime, and a drizzle of spicy tomato dressing. Other dishes include the Herb Falafel Sandwich and Wild Mushroom Pita.
Come April, Marina Bay Sands will also be offering up a number of Easter-themed brunches across restaurants such as Adrift by David Myers, LAVO Singapore, RISEand Yardbird Southern Table & Bar, limited-time menus at db Bistro & Oyster Bar and sweet treats from SweetSpot. Families can also look forward to interactive kids activities at Bread Street Kitchen and RISE.
Adrift by David Myers (Easter brunch: 21 April)
Celebrity chef restaurant Adrift by David Myers presents a sumptuous Easter brunch (S$98++) on 21 April, featuring a cold seafood buffet and delectable brunch favourites. Indulge in fresh seafood such as Alaskan king crab, French oysters, Japanese Big eye tuna sashimi, and Hokkaido scallops, before savouring hand-sliced Jamón ibérico de bellota. Brunch goers are also entitled to a main dish from Adrift’s signature brunch menu, such as Smoked Peri chicken with burnt lime and watercress, King crab omelette with Japanese curry, and New England lobster benedict.
Bread Street Kitchen by Gordon Ramsay (Easter Feast: 19 – 21 April)
From 19th to 21st April, Bread Street Kitchen by Gordon Ramsay presents an Easter Feast (S$79++ per pax; minimum 2 pax). The spread consists of six signature sharing plates, which include the Tamarind spiced chicken wings, Mushroom flatbread with spinach and cream cheese, Pork pie with apple chutney, Slow roasted Dingley Dell pork belly with carrot, Braised lamb shank with mashed potatoes, as well as a generous serving of Roasted beef sirloin with Yorkshire pudding and accompaniments. End your meal on a sweet note with the Swiss roll with creamy raspberry filling and raspberry sorbet. Children can also enjoy themselves at the Kids Fun Corner, where they can get creative and decorate cookies and Easter Eggs.
db Bistro & Oyster Bar
On Easter Sunday, let db Bistro & Oyster Bar serve up a three-course Spring Menu (S$98++). Savour fresh and crisp flavours with starters such as the White asparagus vichyssoise with Alaskan king crab and sorrel, or the innovative Maine lobster salad with Belgian endive, hearts of palm, mango crispy quinoa and curried yoghurt dressing. For mains, opt for the signature Daniel Boulud’s nine herb ravioli with artichokes, blue foot mushrooms and aged parmesan, or the Herb-crusted rack of Colorado lamb with cassoulet of spring beans rosemary jus. Satisfy sweet cravings with a choice of Strawberry and Rhubarb Bavarois with yoghurt sorbet andDark chocolate tarte with coffee and cardamom ice cream.
LAVO Singapore as the restaurant celebrates with a special Italian, Easter-themed edition of its weekly Sunday Funday Champagne Buffet Brunch on Sunday, 21st April. A party for all-ages, LAVO’s Easter brunch will feature special items such as Devilled Eggs, as well as fun-filled activities for children, such as face painting and an Easter egg hunt.
The brunch menu will offer an array of culinary treats that will include U.S and Irish oysters, shrimp cocktails, chilled snow crab, and an assortment of canapes that include charred octopus with fennel and red wine vinaigrette and tuna tartare with black olive vinaigrette. It will also feature LAVO’s breakfast hits that include mixed wild mushroom frittata, apple wood smoked bacon, and its signature meatballs made from imperial wagyu and Italian sausage.
Guests can soak up the atmosphere 57-storeys high with free flow Veuve Clicquot champagne, Mimosa and Bloody Mary cocktails, and Singapore Slings, as well as a free flow of red and white wine, peroni beer, and a selection of non-alcoholic beverages.
On Easter, treat the whole family to a scrumptious international buffet brunch, as RISE presents special dishes for the occasion. In addition to the signature buffet spread (Adults: S$98++; Children: S$25++), guests can enjoy dishes such as Soft poached eggs topped with truffle potato foam, as well as juicy Whole roasted Black Angus Tomahawk, served with a classic Yorkshire pudding and gravy. Complete the feast with splendid desserts and Easter specials such as Baked apple pudding with cinnamon custard sauce.
Kids (aged 12 and below) can take part in an Easter egg hunt (21 April) at RISE’s Herb Garden, and take pictures with RISE’s bunny mascot. Little guests (aged 12 and below) who dine at Rise will also receive a free ticket to the Digital Light Canvas, a one-of-a-kind digital playground located at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands.
From 29th March to 14th April 2019, the restaurant will celebrate the best produce from Canada, a region known for its variety of seasonal produce and freshest ocean catch. In addition to the regular buffet spread, diners can taste delicacies such as Canadian snow crab on ice, live Canadian oysters, as well as Seared Canadian scallops with pomme puree and chives. Meat lovers can also look forward to a live carving station serving the Roasted Ryding Regency AAA beef ribeye, or the Primrose Farm’s barbeque smoked Canadian pork spare ribs with sweet potatoes glazed with Canadian maple syrup & bacon.
Yardbird Southern Table & Bar
Yardbird Southern Table & Bar brings back its popular “All-You-Can-Eat” fried chicken special (S$34++ for two hours) on 21st April. Indulge in a feast of Lewellyn’s Fine Fried Chicken, a 100-year old recipe that features chicken brined in a blend of secret spices for 27 hours before it is fried to golden-crisp perfection. Complete the meal with free-flow glasses of refreshing Mimosa (S$30++ per person for two hours).
Families can also take their pick from a medley of brunch classics and innovative creations from Yardbird’s signature Great American Brunch menu. Highlights at the children-friendly restaurant include savouries such as Chicken & Egg Biscuit Sandwich (S$22++) and Smoked Salmon Avocado Toast (S$22++), as well as sweets such as the fluffy Funfetti Pancakes (S$22++) and the fun-loving Doughnut Tree (S$16++). On Easter Sunday, children can also enjoy brunch in the company of an adorable Easter Bunny, who will be making his rounds with baskets full of chocolates and sweet treats.
SweetSpot offers a series of whimsical treats available from 22nd March to 21st April. Highlights include a medley of Chocolate Easter Eggs (S$50 for a large egg; S$25 for a medium egg), decked in adorable Easter-themed cartoon characters. These praline goodies are captivating centerpieces, and are available in four fun designs.
Apart from its signature chocolate treats, SweetSpot will also be offering a selection of Easter cakes and baked goods. TheWhite Chocolate Red Fruit Mousse Cake (available at 500g at S$54, 1kg at S$64, and S$9 for a single portion) is a nutty pistachio jaconde sponge cake layered with white chocolate mousse, red fruit cremeux and elderflower jelly for a refreshing dessert with contrasting textures. Other sweets available include a trio of chocolate Easter Bunnies (S$20), Dark chocolate orange pound cake (S$15), and Hot Cross Bun (S$2).