Caviar’s seven-course Sunday Brunch tasting menu is a delightful melange of elegant caviar-inflected dishes that are a cut above the usual weekend brunch offerings.

We were very impressed with Caviar when we first visited. So impressed that, when the fine-dining caviar specialty restaurant announced that they were unveiling a weekend brunch menu, we immediately hightailed down to Palais Renaissance to try.

We weren’t disappointed.

The Caviar Sunday Brunch is a seven-course affair that comes chockfull with caviar. Alas it’s not free-flow, but most of those seven dishes come with those precious and delicious little fish eggs. So that’s pretty good.

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Caviar shows how the luxurious fish eggs can be incorporated into every course, from snacks to mains and even dessert.

Brunch starts with a couple of snacks, a prelude of the exquisite gastronomic experience that is to come. A dainty little choux topped with smoked oyster, cream cheese, and Oscietra caviar, and a delicate rod of grilled salsify that’s dusted with chorizo bits. Both only served to whet the appetite.

The first real course, Mussels, features quality black-lipped mussels absolutely bursting with the taste of the ocean. Ribbons of celtuce provide welcome texture. We couldn’t get enough of the fermented tomato water and dill oil at the base of our bowl, which suffused the mussels with even more flavour.

The next was Eggs Benedict. But not like Eggs Benedict as you know it. This luxurious mess is essentially an open-face sandwich of toasted panini, smoked ham and poached egg that’s drenched in a creamy Chardonnay-infused sabayon. Royal Oscietra caviar completes this decadent dish.

caviar sunday brunch eggs benedict
The elevated Eggs Benedict in your Caviar Sunday Brunch is like no other. 

There’s Pasta, a very modern take that dresses linguine in a sauce made from fermented almond milk and topped with Polanco Siberian caviar for a savoury, umami bomb. But the funkiness from the fermented milk takes getting used to, and may not be for everyone.

The highlight of the Caviar Sunday Brunch tasting menu is Sunday Roast Beef. This is an elegant, elevated version of the hearty traditional British classic; perfectly seared A5 Westholme wagyu rump, smoked mash, and the cutest miniature Yorkshire pudding to soak up unctuous jus.

Finally you’ll end off with a dessert of Strawberries, which feature poached strawberries and a most excellent olive oil ice cream dusted with fennel pollen. Dessert is, after all, Caviar head chef Karleen Kasim’s forte, and here she shows why. The petit fours that come after will delight.

caviar dom perignon
Caviar and champagne are best mates, as Caviar will prove with Dom Perignon.

You can make your decadent brunch at Caviar even more over-the-top.

Still not enough caviar for you? Caviar offers a special Dom Perignon taster of a glass of Dom Perignon and a spoon of Kaluga Queen crossbreed caviar. Here with a table of two to four? Consider the ‘Dom Perignon Beluga Experience’, which comes as a bottle of Dom Perignon and two tins of Beluga caviar. And if you’ve never tried a caviar and whisky pairing, the restaurant has Johnnie Walker Blue Label by the carafe if an entire bottle is an over commitment.

Luxury much.

All in all, the Caviar Sunday Brunch is a weekend brunch affair on a completely different level.

The Sunday Brunch menu at Caviar is available on Sundays from 11.30am to 4.30pm at the price of S$238++ per person. The ‘Dom Perignon Beluga Experience’ is priced at $450++, the Dom Perignon Caviar Taster at $98++, while a carafe of Johnnie Walker Blue Label whisky is $198++.


Address 390 Orchard Road, #B1-06-07 Palais Renaissance, Singapore 238871 (Google Maps link)
Opening Hours 12pm to 1.30pm and 6pm to 8.30pm on Wednesdays to Saturdays; 6pm to 8.30pm on Tuesdays; 11.30am to 4.15pm on Sundays; closed on Mondays
Tel (65) 9888 1217
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