THEY PLAY, YOU RE­LAX Sun­days are best for bond­ing over great meals and fun. We re­view three kid-friendly brunches.

Sun­days are best spent with your loved ones over good food and fun. ELISA CHIA re­views three fam­ily-friendly ho­tel brunches.

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BEACH ROAD KITCHEN

Where are the bouncy cas­tle, toys and bal­loon­ists? You won’t find them at JW Mar­riott Sin­ga­pore South Beach’s Sun­day buf­fet brunch.

In­stead, its chefs en­gage the kids with hands-on bak­ing fun – at no ex­tra cost. My chil­dren, aged 10 and five, got to make pizza from scratch and watch their cre­ations go into the wood-fired oven. They dec­o­rated cup­cakes, as well.

Tip: Go early and set­tle your kids down for a good meal first. They might not want to eat once the guided ac­tiv­i­ties be­gin.

But that’s when you and your spouse can feast on the sump­tu­ous spread of oys­ters, lob­sters and roasted spring lamb. Don’t miss the bar­be­cue sec­tion, where you can pick fresh whole fish, such as seabass and snap­per, and have the chefs grill them over char­coal.

Be sure to leave room for the Chef’s Pass-Arounds – these are sam­pling plates of off-the-menu dishes not avail­able on the buf­fet and brought to your ta­ble.

The Sun­day brunch is avail­able from noon to 3pm, and costs $108++ per adult and $54++ per child from ages six to 12. Kids be­low six eat free.

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