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PCasa GT Singapore, Knolls1

One of the first weekend brunches we tried in Singapore was at The Knolls in the Capella hotel. Located right beside the terraced pools of the hotel, The Knolls is open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner and brunch on Sundays.

PCasa GT Singapore, Knolls3

Brunch is a gastronomic affair with a large seafood buffet (fresh oysters, king prawns and scallops), mini-seafood and meat appetizers, an assortment of fresh bread and salads with fresh burrata on the buffet. The Mediterranean-inspired hot dishes change every Sunday and include – made to order pizzas with grated truffles, roasted suckling pig, seafood paella, grilled sausages and lamb or beef skewers, assorted grilled vegetables and a roast meat. There is also an amazing three-tier cheese cart served by a cheese expert who guides you through the day’s choices. Desserts are plentiful as well with pastries, cakes and an ice cream cart all served in individual portions which gives one the chance to try several sweets instead of just one. There is a free flow of mineral water and soft drinks included in the price and an option to have free flow of champagne and wines or just wines is also possible. It’s a great way to get away and spend a long, leisurely lunch by the pool with a view of the sea and with live music in the background. Sundays in Sentosa at the Capella brunch is like a mini-holiday from the hustle and bustle of Orchard road.
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The Knolls
Capella Singapore
1 The Knolls, Sentosa
098297 Singapore
Telephone: +65 6591 5046
*Open daily for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner.
*Brunch on Sundays from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m.
(Brunch includes soft drinks, mineral water, coffee and tea)
$168++ per Adult with free flow Champagne and wines
$148++ per adult with free flow of wines
$128++ per adult for food only
$78++ per child (7-12 years old)
$48++ per child (4-6 years old)

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