You are likely to find pork based products in hotel buffets, food courts and restaurants in Singapore.
The only places you won't find pork are halal places.
What makes you thing pork is only serve in top hotels in Singapore? Pork is not gourmet food and is eaten by the general public except for Muslims. However pork will not be served in any Halal certified eateries.
For breakfast, there's bak chor mee (has minced pork), wonton mee (has char siew slices), prawn mee (has pork slices), pork ribs prawn mee, lor mee (has braised pork & ngoh niang), pork porridge etc. But the most popular breakfast staple is arguably economical fried beehoon, which costs only $1.50-$2.00 a plate after adding a slice of fried luncheon meat. You can also pay to add a fried egg, fried chicken wing, etc..
For brunch (which starts at 10am in Singapore), there's also char siew rice, bak kut teh (pork ribs soup), yong tau foo (has minced-pork tofu & meatballs), pig's organ soup, char kway teow (has Chinese sausages), popiah (has Chinese sausages), dim sum (eg. siew mai, char siew pau, chee cheong fun), ngoh hiang (eg. meat rolls, pink sausages).
For pork chops, they're sold by the so-called 'western food' hawkers & the cai png (economical rice) stalls, both of which usually open at closer to 11am.