Mother’s Day Eats

Too shy to express themselves?

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Too shy to express themselves? This cake’s name helps Hubby and the kids say it all: I Love You Seoul Much. Beneath the chocolate coating is ice cream made from chestnuts imported from Korea. A trail of gold-dusted berries completes the look. 

This Mother’s Day exclusive comes in two sizes – 1kg ($53) and 250g ($23). Get it from Swensen’s or Earle Swensen’s outlets from April 21 to May 13. Members also enjoy 20 per cent off. Visit

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Gordon Grill at Goodwood Park Hotel has a three-course set lunch menu for Mother’s Day. It features a selection of fresh seafood, premium meats and melt-in-your- mouth French desserts. 

There’s also a mothers-only treat in the form of the classic Lobster Thermidor poached in bechamel sauce and parmesan cheese. The set lunch is available on May 5 to 6 and 12 to 13 at $68++ per person. Visit

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Treat the family to an epicurean spread of favourites at Porta Fine Food & Import Company. Its Mother’s Day brunch features a selection of fresh Fine de Claire oysters from France, savoury chicken Waldorf salad and fascinating rainbow salad, as well desserts such tiramisus, lemon tarts and assorted shooters. 

Little ones will be kept busy in the kids’ playroom with activities from keychain-making to balloon sculpting and caterpillar tunnels. It’s available on May 13 at Park Hotel Clarke Quay and costs $38++ per adult and $19 per child aged fi ve to 11. Children below fi ve get a free kid’s dish of the day. Diners will be eligible for a lucky dip, where they can win staycations. Visit

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Tuck into more than 70 Singaporean treats at Marriott Cafe’s decadent Mother’s Day high tea buffet, from bak kut teh and Hokkien mee to oyster omelette and nasi lemak. 

There’s also a Western station and a large variety of fresh seafood, as well. 

Leave room for sweet treats like strawberry shortbread, baked mango cheesecake and chocolate apricot gateau. The high tea buffet is available on May 13 for $55++ per adult (with free-fl ow of mocktails and chilled juices) and $30++ per child. Visit