One of the most popular delicacies in French cuisine, foie gras is synonymous with fine dining. Known for its fatty, melt-in-your-mouth texture and buttery rich flavour, it is an ingredient loved by many around the world. Other than pampering yourself with a fine dining feast every now and then, fans of foie gras would be pleased to know that they are also available at selected buffets in Singapore! If you want to feast like a king and have access to all the goose liver you can possibly eat, here are eight buffets with foie gras in Singapore!
Ellenborough Market Café is back again with another of their highly-anticipated seasonal menus – Foie Gras and Wagyu Delights ($98++). Available from now till 2 April 2023 for weekend dinner buffets, the mouth-watering spread will delight even the most discerning of foodies, presenting flavours and textures that can only be made possible with quality foie gras and Wagyu. The star of the show, diners can look forward to an endless flow of creamy Pan-Seared Foie Gras at the exclusive live station!
Tread on to 15 Stamford by Alvin Leung, where the Tropical Sunday Champagne Brunch offers a free-flow spread of premium dishes such as fresh lobsters, seasonal oysters, suckling pig, wagyu beef and more. Diners can also look forward to free-flow champagne and a luxurious foie gras station. Prices begin at $188++ per person, and although the price tag is hefty, the ambience, quality of luxurious food and astonishing variety make this a really hard place to beat.
Buffet spreads are dime a dozen, but a name that consistently comes up is Colony at The Ritz-Carlton, Millenia Singapore. Lauded as one of the best Sunday brunches in town (from $228++), spend a convivial afternoon indulging in your favourite vintage Champagne and a mouthwatering spread. Think seven open kitchens that feature cuisines from all over the world, including plates of fresh sashimi, freshly shucked oysters, lobster eggs benedict, pan-seared duck foie gras, onyx beef rib-eye, salmon wellington and more!
Plan your next foodie outing to the Edge's Sunday Brunch (from $108++). Bring your appetite and a partner who can eat, for the three-hour affair that will have you rolling out of your seats. They've pulled out all the stops with dishes like Grilled Blue River Prawns, Pan Seared Foie Gras with Cherry Compote, and fresh seafood on ice. The dessert selection is also something to behold – it will make you feel like kids in a giant candy store!
With its opulent decor, Brasserie Les Saveurs could be anywhere in France – except for the full-length windows that look out to the tropical garden. Taste all the French classic dishes in one sitting in their Sunday Brunch (from $138++), where each little plate is beautifully prepared and presented. Expect a huge seafood selection with king crab legs, oysters, prawns, mussels, clams and sashimi, along with tuna tartare, duck rillettes, seared scallops, lobster thermidor and of course, all the foie gras you can eat!
Indulge in a spread of Italian fare at LAVO’s Sunday Brunch (from $98++), which includes salads and a gazpacho (seasonal), salumi, pizzas and pastas, breakfast eggs and waffles, as well as meat and fish dishes. Their foie gras is another seasonal offering, but when it’s available it’s sure to impress and satisfy the foie gras fans! Its location on Level 57 of MBS is also a bonus – take a walk down to the other end after brunch for a breathtaking view to complete the experience!
Start your weekend right with Oscar’s Weekend Brunch (from $108++) at Conrad Centennial Singapore. Enjoy freshly shucked oysters, boston lobsters, premium roast London duck, pan-seared foie gras freshly made-to-order. Balance all that indulgence at the four-metre-long salad bar, chilled shakes with superfoods and organic pastas prepared by chefs at the theatrical stations!
Kinki's Bottomless Brunch is a curated list of its greatest hits. The sashimi is generously cut and the nigiri sushi is more seafood than rice. Be sure to try their popular appetisers such as century egg tofu with snowcrab, shishamo tempura and gloriously sweet and juicy momotaro tomatoes. Mains such as the wagyu foie gras donburi are limited to one per person, which is a bit of a bummer, but it is still gratifying and a must-try for foie gras fans!