Where to eat and play with your chil­dren.

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Can you eat clean at a buf­fet? Ash & Elm’s new Sun­day Cham­pagne Brunch comes close.

Be­sides the usual buf­fet line-up, you get to choose from nine petit plates pre­pared a la minute.

They in­cor­po­rate sea­sonal pro­duce, from Bel­gian en­dives to rhubarb to sweet French beans, and the dishes are a re­fresh­ing break from heavy Western cui­sine.

It’s avail­able ev­ery Sun­day from noon to 3pm. Adults pay $138 (with un­lim­ited Tait­tinger Brut Cham­pagne, house wines, Bloody Mary cock­tails, soft drinks, juices and cof­fee or tea) or $98 with­out the cham­pagne and house wines. Kids pay $48; prices are be­fore the ser­vice charge and taxes. Visit www.AshAndElm.sg or call 6825-1008.

How would “for­ever four-year-old” Ab­bie Cad­abby in­ter­pret Ed Sheeran’s fa­mous song,

Shape of You? To hi­lar­i­ous ef­fect that will en­ter­tain both kids and adults! The act is part of a brand new show ti­tled Elmo’s TV Time at the Pan­tages Hol­ly­wood The­ater in Uni­ver­sal Stu­dios Sin­ga­pore.

Sit in air-con­di­tioned com­fort and en­joy al­most 20 min­utes of song and dance by the en­dear­ing Sesame Street char­ac­ters as they pit them­selves against one another in a tal­ent com­pe­ti­tion. The orig­i­nal pro­duc­tion is avail­able year­round and is free, but usual ad­mis­sion fees to the theme park ap­ply. Re­fer to the daily sched­ule for show­times. Visit www.rwsen­tosa.com.

Jam out to live mu­sic at Rockestra, the lat­est edi­tion of Npark’s Con­cert Se­ries in the Park.

Take your lit­tle ones down to Angsana Green at East Coast Park on April 7. You’ll get to en­joy a night of con­tem­po­rary pop rock mu­sic from 6.30pm un­til late. Ad­mis­sion is free. Visit www. nparks.gov.sg/con­cert­series.

If you’d rather have your Easter good­ies at home,

or­der some from Pan Pa­cific’s Pa­cific Mar­ket­place. You must try its sig­na­ture Tra­di­tional Hot Cross Buns ($12 for four) and don’t miss out on new treats such as Egg-Chanted Black For­est En­trement ($58 for 1kg), Pink Rab­bit Plush Choco­late ($28) and more.

They’re avail­able from now un­til April 1. En­joy a 15 per cent dis­count if you place your or­der by March 18; or­der at least three days in ad­vance. Call 6826-8240 or e-mail cel­e­brate.sin@pan­pa­cific.com.

With over 70 Western and Asian del­i­ca­cies,

Mar­i­ott Cafe at

Sin­ga­pore Mar­i­ott

Tang Plaza Ho­tel may have one of the most ex­trav­a­gant

Easter Sun­day buf­fets around.

The cafe will be trans­formed into an Easter won­der­land, and you can look for­ward to an af­ter­noon of en­ter­tain­ment and mouth­wa­ter­ing dishes, such as freshly shucked lob­sters, seared duck foie gras with red onion mar­malade and bagna cauda, pork sad­dle with prunes and pancetta stuff­ing, Thai duck curry, and more.

And what’s Easter with­out some sweet treats? You’ll be spoilt for choice at the dessert sta­tion, with ir­re­sistible good­ies like hot cross bun pud­ding and car­rot cake tri­fle.

The Easter Mer­ri­ment Sun­day lunch buf­fet is avail­able on April 1 from noon to 2.30pm. It’s priced at $88++ per adult and $44++ per child, with free flow of milk­shakes and chilled juices. Adults can get free flow of sparkling wine, red and white wines, beer and soft drinks at an ad­di­tional $10++ per per­son.

Visit www.sin­ga­pore­mar­riott.com.

Want a din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence with a view?

Check out Sky22 at Court­yard by Mar­riott Sin­ga­pore Novena, which is lo­cated on the 22nd floor of this new ho­tel.

The main high­light of its Easter brunch buf­fet is the Surf & Turf: Lob­ster ther­mi­dor and suc­cu­lent roast beef with a choice of black pep­per sauce or truf­fle hol­landaise.

Park your lit­tle ones at the su­per­vised kids’ cor­ner, where they will have a blast paint­ing eggs, watch­ing TV car­toons and tak­ing part in a bas­ket mak­ing com­pe­ti­tion. It’s avail­able on April 1 from noon to 3pm. Adults pay $68++ and kids aged six to 12 pay $34++. Add $28++ for free-flow of house pour red and white wines, pros­ecco and soft drinks. Visit www.tinyurl.com/court­yard-by­mar­riott-sky-22.

Meat-lovers, make a bee­line for the buf­fet line-up at Sear’s grilled Easter brunch.

It is the first steakhouse in Sin­ga­pore to mas­ter the art of grilling us­ing a Pira grilled char­coal oven, so you can look for­ward to dishes such as grilled foie gras br­uschetta and smoked BBQ ribs.

Your lit­tle ones will have a blast pick­ing top­pings and cre­at­ing their own meal at the br­uschetta bar, and in­dulging in the choco­late-themed dessert sta­tion. There’s also an Easter egg colour­ing com­pe­ti­tion to keep your kids oc­cu­pied as they munch. It’s avail­able on April 1 from noon to 3.30pm.

Adults pay at $88++ (or $68++ if you book by March 29). There’s also a Lit­tle Easter Bunny Menu for five- to 12-year-olds priced at $35++ in­clud­ing free flow juices and soft drinks. Visit www.tinyurl. com/SEARSteak­house.

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