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Best restaurants to celebrate Father's Day

Celebrate the main man in your life with a feast he’ll thank you for

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Fontaine Cheng
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You know what they say… the way to a man's heart is through his stomach. Well, if that man is your dad then he'll at least appreciate a slap-up meal, that’s for sure. Father's Day falls on Sunday, June 20 this year which is just around the corner, so now might be a good time to start looking at the best places in Hong Kong to celebrate your pops. Thankfully, as always, we’ve got your back with a list of the best spots in town for Father’s Day. 

RECOMMENDED: Without being stereotypical – oh OK you got us – here are some other ideas for daddy’s meal; from steakhouses to the best burgers and other top restaurants in the city.

Best restaurants to celebrate Father's Day

  • Restaurants
  • Spanish
  • Central

Whether you take dad out for brunch or dinner, La Rambla has you sorted with a special edition of the Sunday El Mercado brunch and a 10-course Father’s Day dinner tasting menu. The brunch, which features free-flow options, offers an array of Spanish delights including jamon croquetas, suckling pig and specials such as Gillardeau oysters, tuna tataki and more. Meanwhile, the Father’s Day dinner is inspired by the favourites of chef Ferran Tadeo’s father, including broken egg and Basque chistorra, classic pulpo gallego, and signature Seafood Paella. Plus, guests will also receive a Glenmorangie whisky tumbler gift set when they come for Father’s Day brunch or dinner at La Rambla.

Price: Brunch $780/person; $390/child (ages 8-12); free for kids aged seven and below / Dinner $3,000 for a family of four
Available: June 20

  • Restaurants
  • Lan Kwai Fong
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For dads that enjoy a meaty steak with a little whisky on the side, Porterhouse may be the perfect spot. First up, treat your father to a feast featuring an unlimited supply of food from the carving station, seafood bar and dessert corner, which can all be supplemented with free-flow of your choice. Think organic whole chicken, melted raclette cheese, Wagyu D-rump roast beef, and much more. You can then take this meal to another level with a whisky tasting package, in which you can choose three glasses of whisky from a collection of 10 including Hibiki, Yamazaki, Bowmore 12 year old, and Oban 14 year old.

Price: Brunch $498/person; $249/child (ages 3-11); Free-flow from $168-308/person; Whisky tasting $196/person (originally $280)
Available: June 20

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  • Restaurants
  • Spanish
  • Wan Chai

For bold and flavourful Spanish fare, head to 22 Ships with dad and celebrate with a range of regionally inspired tapas. Failing that, you can always take it home. 22 Ships is offering a Spanish BBQ set for Father’s Day which has grilled goodies like sourdough bread with tomato relish and Arbequina oil, green asparagus with romescu, Spanish octopus with mojo Verde sauce, XXL carabineros prawns, and 90-day aged Rubia beef with piquillo pepper. For an additional $228, you can even add a pitcher of Sangria to celebrate. Order on the same day and get it delivered via their JIA Everywhere platform.

Price: $1,998
Available: June 19 to 20 on JIA Everywhere

Seoul Recipe
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Seoul Recipe

Another one that is worth taking away for dad is the Father’s Day dining package from Korean food house Seoul Recipe. Treat him to a home-cooked feast – cooked and prepared on the same day it arrives – that is filled with great bites including grilled marinated galbi (1kg) with a refreshing salad, 20 pieces of assorted Korean pancakes, and of course, some fried chicken (600g). Raise your glasses (or should we say bowls) filled with Choeng Ju rice liquor and Golden Barley soju as the package also comes with a complimentary gift of two Korean handmade copper cups. Cheers dad! To order, visit seoulrecipe.com.

Price: $1,880 (to be shared among four people)
Available: June 19 to 20

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  • Restaurants
  • Central

To make it work at all hours of the day, Duck & Waffle is open for breakfast from 8am and will be offering two brunch menus from 11am to 4pm, as well as an all-day dining menu that runs until 10pm in the evening. For Father's Day, the restaurant is offering a special dish in the form of a grilled Duroc pork chop served with mustard greens, nigella seeds, and cumin yoghurt, alongside other signature dishes such as the crispy leg confit with a fried duck egg on a waffle, drizzled with mustard maple syrup. Plus, all dads will receive a complimentary cocktail named The Forefather, made up of butter-washed bourbon and lager with a touch of citrus.

Price: All day menu ranges $30-$350; Porkchop $280
Available: June 20

  • Restaurants
  • Japanese
  • Lan Kwai Fong

Enjoy dinner and a show at Crown Super Deluxe this Father’s Day. Spoil him with the deluxe menu that takes you from fresh Toyosu market sashimi to plump Hokkaido scallops and juicy tiger prawns, before hitting the succulent A5 Kagoshima Wagyu beef which dad will love for its high fat marbling and rich flavour. The menu is prepared by highly skilled knife-wielding teppanyaki chefs which is always fun to watch but even better to devour.

Price: $1288/person
Available: Mon to Sun 12-2.30pm; 6pm-12am

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  • Restaurants
  • Japanese
  • Sheung Wan

For rebellious dads that are full of vigour, take him out to TMK Punk & Rolls for fun and exciting Father’s Day brunch at the Sheung Wan temakeria. The upgraded menu features all sorts including karaage bites, salmon tataki, creamy mentaiko udon, sushi and sashimi. Not forgetting the hand rolls, TMK is serving up the tuna hotdog and Wagyu roll for father’s day that goes perfectly with a sake cup or two.

Price: $398/person; classic free-flow $198 
Available: June 20 11.30am-5pm 

  • Restaurants
  • Chinese
  • Tsim Sha Tsui

Offering two special menus for Father’s Day, Yung’s Bistro enables celebrations in the comfort of your own home or at the restaurant. The Father’s Day Set Menu, which is made to be shared between four people, has a great selection of eight Cantonese dishes including items like abalone with celtuce and termite mushroom, premium barbecued pork belly, Yung Kee’s signature roasted goose leg, deep-fried crab claw with shrimp and much more. For the home celebration, which is also designed for four, pan-fried prawn with soy sauce, sweet and sour pork, fried rice with conpoy and egg white make an appearance with options for seafood add ons like stir-fried fresh abalone (+$280) and braised lobster with e-fu noodles (+$880), among other items. 

Price: Father’s Day Set Menu $3,380; Father’s Day Takeaway Menu $1,480 
Available: June 12 to 20

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