Edge Theatrical Sunday Brunch

Theatrical Brunch - every Sunday from 12 p.m to 3:30 p.m

Price in SGD:

208++ per adult with a free-flow of Veuve Clicquot Rosé Champagne;
188++ per adult with a free-flow of  Veuve Clicquot Brut Yellow Label Champagne;
128++ per adult, 64++ per child with a free-flow of fresh juices, soft drinks, coffee and tea.

Location - Pan Pacific Singapore

Highlights 

- Live music - a band of 3 musicians, the girl is a singer. World-famous hits. Chinese music during the break

- Freshly prepared juices such as sugar cane juice and cocktails (Mimosa, Rossini, Bellini)

- Signature dishes from different cuisines  - Chinese, Indian, Japanese, Mexican, French, German, Korean, Spanish

- incredible choice of food

Awards

- Lifestyle Asia Singapore, 'Top 3 must-try Champagne brunches in Singapore';

- Singapore Tatler, 'Top 5 Bubbly-Fuelled Brunches' ;

- Her World Plus, 'Top 10 favourite brunch places in Singapore';

- Expat Living Online, 'Longest Champagne Brunch';

- Wine and Dine Singapore's Top Restaurants 2015 and 2016;

- The Peak Selections: Gourmet and Travel's G Restaurant Awards 2016, 2017 and 2018;

- Wine and Dine Singapore's Top Restaurants 2015 and 2016.

Theatrical Experience at the Edge

We visited Edge on the Chinese New Year eve, the restaurant was nicely decorated with red lanterns, tangerine trees, flowers and all kinds of dragons.

Enumerable bottles of Veuve Clicquot Champagne just at the entrance is a proof that this brunch is a free-flow of champagne. 

The Edge at Pan Pacific with its perfect reputation is considered as one of the best fine dining restaurants in Singapore, and I suppose the main reasons are an exceptional service, high quality of food and great variety of international dishes.

The presentation of dishes is really impressive, highlights include Thai Seafood Pad Thai, Chef’s modern Western interpretations include the indulgent Swiss Cheese Fondue Station, the decadent Pan-seared Togarashi Foie Gras, a Charcoal Waffles corner served with Sambal Boston Lobster. 

There are 16 stations with signature premium dishes and among them 7 interactive stations where you can watch the process of cooking. If you don't want to waste your time waiting the food being prepared for you each table has several wooden sticks with numbers and all you have to do is to give a stick to a chef and when the food is ready it will be served straight to your table. 

Seafood on ice

The seafood station at The Edge at Pan Pacific include fresh oysters, mussels, clams, lobster's tails, crab's leg. The choice is not so wide as in Colony by Ritz Carlton but still worth being mentioned.

The classic combination - a glass of champagne and fresh oysters with lemon. That's how every Sunday should start with.

Japanese corner

Japanese station is just next to the seafood station. Here is a real paradise for Japanese cuisine lovers - a wide range of sushi and sashimi, different kinds of rolls and a small raw bar with tuna and beef tar tar and scallop ceviche.

Raw Bar

Asian Highlights

Next station I'd like to talk about is Asian cuisine. Pecking duck is a signature Chinese dish in Asia and here it is amazing, absolutely must-try. Not only the taste of the duck was amazing but the installation of the stall with a sign "Do your own pecking duck" as well.
Peking duck is a dish from Beijing that has been prepared since the old times. The meat is characterized by its thin, crisp skin, with authentic versions of the dish serving mostly the skin and little meat. The pecking duck is eaten with spring onion, cucumber and sweet bean sauce with pancakes rolled around the fillings. 

Most popular signature dishes in Singapore are chilli crabs and laksa. 

Chilli crab is a Singaporean seafood dish. A crab is stir-fried in a semi-thick, sweet and savoury tomato and chili-based sauce. In spite of its name, chilli crab is not too spicy.
Laksa is a spicy noodle soup popular in Singapore as well. it consists of rice noodles or rice vermicelli with chicken, prawn or fish, served in spicy soup based on rich and spicy curry coconut milk. Laksa is also popular  in Indonesia, Malaysia, and Southern Thailand.

Chili crab

Laksa

Burger station

Many restaurants have their own way of making burgers, usually small burgers are preferable but Edge created other concept - a huge Burger. It looks really impressive. Okay, maybe I should go to American restaurant more often.

Mexican Station

The Edge has a station I've never met in fine dining restaurants before. It's a Mexican station. Here you can make your own tacos.

Taco is a traditional Mexican dish consisting of a corn or wheat tortilla folded or rolled around a filling. It is made with a variety of fillings such as beef, pork, chicken, seafood, vegetables, and cheese, allowing great versatility and variety.

Grill Station

Grill station has a great choice to choose from - tajima wagyu, chicken wings, a snapper, lamb chops and German sausages.

Hazelnut Crusted Foie Gras

One more dish not to be missed is hazel nut crusted foie gras. It is also freshly made by order.

Cheese Raclette

One of my favourite dishes from French cuisine is Raclette.

Raclette is a semi-hard cheese that is usually fashioned into a wheel of about 6 kg. The Alpine cow milk based dairy product is most commonly used for melting. Raclette is a Savoyard as well as Swiss dish based on heating the cheese and scraping off the melted part.

Cheese station

The cheese station at the Edge consists of a pretty wide range of Irish cheeses.

Dessert Station

One of the highlights of the desserts station is the live pan cake and crepes station. The crepes are made in front of you, and you can choose a filling.

Sweet delights are in a great choice. I am sure you will find your piece of cake.

And the last thing I want to add... Cheers!

This free-flow brunch has not only a champagne free-flow, but champagne cocktails - Rossini, Mimosa, Bellini.

P.S We had our anniversary that day and as a gift we got the complimentary cake.