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The best Father’s Day dining deals in Singapore

Pamper dad with a meal that’s fit for a king

Dawson Tan
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Dawson Tan
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While often neglected, there's no better time to show the most important man in your life some love and gratitude. This Father's Day, celebrate dad by taking him out to a fortuitous spread or ordering a winning meal from top spots around Singapore. This year, we’ve rounded up some scrumptious options – from guilt-free sweet treats to lavish feasts.

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Take Dad Out

  • Restaurants
  • City Hall
  • price 1 of 4

From June 6 to August 31

Go traditional this Father’s Day and take dad out for a wellness meal inspired by the wonders of TCM. Packed with antioxidants and natural healing herbs, this special menu was developed with Zhongjing TCM and includes ingredients like mandarin peel which nourishes the spleen and lungs, cordyceps flower that strengthen the liver and kidneys and wolfberry which is good for supporting the immune system. Choose between the six-course (from $158) and eight-course (from $108) menu and enjoy dishes like the double-boiled chicken soup with immunity-boosting herb, braised sliced abalone with eggplant in oyster sauce and more.

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  • Restaurants
  • Orchard

From June 13 to 20

Take dad to lunch at award-winning steakhouse Bedrock Bar & Grill at Somerset this Father's Day over some juicy steaks. The three-course lunch set ($98 per person) highlights a hearty Beef Oscar that is grilled over aromatic apple wood and topped with sweet jumbo crab meat. Also available at Bedrock Origin at Oasia Resort Sentosa if dad prefers lighter tones and natural light for a more laidback atmosphere.

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So France
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So France

A hearty steak is sometimes all we want, and there’s no better time to treat dad than this Father’s Day. At French bistro So France, order up the Tomahawk steak to share with the entire family – it’s a seasonal special and only available from June 18 to 19 at both the Claymore and Duo outlets. This comes served with sides, like creamy mushroom, mash, fries, all together with a rich bearnaise and peppercorn sauce. 

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  • Restaurants
  • Kallang

From June 1 to 30

Super dads dine for free (with three paying adults) at Ginger's spice-forward gastronomic reimagination of elevated Peranakan classics (from $49). The first order of business is to feast on the highly acclaimed earthy wok-fried buah keluak fried rice and springy stir-fried laksa. Then, huddle up and tackle other flavourful favourites such as the Nonya curry chicken, braised duck in sweet tamarind with coriander and spices, braised Wagyu beef rendang, crispy halibut with ginger flower belacan chilli, otah wrapped in banana leaves, Peranakan crab meatball with bamboo shoot, and braised Nonya chap chye. Plus complimentary sides – Wagyu beef don with onsen egg.

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  • Bars and pubs
  • Marina Bay

From June 18 to 19

This one's for all the hard-working dads who love an ice-cold pint after a long day's slog. Revel in the lush city views while sipping on quality brews from the world’s highest urban microbrewery. A specially curated Father’s Day menu ($168 per person) presents a juicy Portoro Australian ribeye with rich and intense beefy flavours. Served with sweet and tangy stout balsamic roasted vine cherry tomatoes, crispy roasted potatoes, grilled asparagus, and a range of house-made beer condiments, this is the ultimate treat to pair with the sessionable in-house brews.

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Da Paolo
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Da Paolo

For a Father’s Day treat in the comfort of your own home, go with the Da Paolo Build-Your-Own Panino Platter ($110). No need to dress up for a fancy-schmancy dinner when this platter can easily be shared between friends and family at home. It comes with four sourdough milk buns, provolone piccante, and cold cuts including salami sopressa and mortadella. There’ll also be a jar of olive tapenade and crispy Taralli bread rings. And of course, two bottles of Collesi, an Italian craft beer. 

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  • Restaurants
  • Spanish
  • Tanjong Pagar
  • price 2 of 4

If dad like to get high off the hog, Restaurant Gaig's refreshed five-course chef's menu ($158 per person) is definitely a worthy treat. Celebrating the vivacious soul of Catalan cuisine, Gaig presents a nose-to-tail approach that honours a soon-to-be-forgotten Spanish culture as Chef Marti’s suckling pig comes in an array of main courses set to please. Think succulent loins baked till a crackling crisp with a contrast of gelatinous textures from the pig's tail. Go full trotter and swing an order of the pig’s head – a treat for adventurous dads with crunchy ears and tender jowl.

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  • Restaurants
  • Chinese
  • Orchard

From June 18 to 19

Treat dad to a grand showcase of Cantonese and Sichuanese cuisine in an ambience of contemporary elegance in Goodwood Park Hotel with delectable 6-course lunch and dinner sets (from $118). Expect to tuck into dishes such as braised sea cucumber and Lingzhi mushroom, steamed sea perch fillet and double-boiled bird’s nest. Not only that, as a symbol of longevity, well wishes in the form of complimentary longevity white lotus seed paste buns are also presented to the man of the hour.

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  • Restaurants
  • American
  • Tanglin

From June 17 to 19

Self-serve buffets are finally back. Bring your appetites and brace yourselves to chow down with dad with The Line's sumptuous buffet spread (from $88). Kick start the feast with mouth-watering seafood on ice including freshly shucked oysters, lobster, and snow crab. Then, work your way down to warm gourmet delights such as Australian angus beef prime rib, New Zealand lamb leg, and Krakauer sausage. A range of sweet indulgent desserts rounds off the buffet with treats like cherry blossom cake, sakura peach cake, bandung chiffon, and assorted macarons.

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  • Restaurants
  • Steakhouse
  • Tanjong Pagar

The dudes at Meademoore dreamt up "dude food" for all dads that even the iconic dude in The Big Lebowski would be proud of. A series of the all-time favourite breaded pig's head and smoked mussels tostada kickstart the decadent feast. But here's where it gets lavish with the Snake River Farm Wagyu Coulotte Rossini. Along with dad, conquer the hefty 300-gram rump cap steak topped with a generous hunk of pan-seared foie gras and finished with summer truffle shavings. Cap it off with a Guinness ice cream and beignets for dessert and toast to dad and his unwavering love for the family.

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  • Restaurants
  • Pan-South American
  • Changi 

From June 18 to 19

Take dad on a culinary trip to Latin America with a hearty Father's Day brunch ($150 for two) at Tonito Latin American Kitchen. Indulge in a fresh spread of ocean catches like baby scallops, prawns, and octopus, for a refreshing start with a slight kick from chilli. Followed by comforting mains inspired by Puerto Rican cuisine with the Arroz Con Gandules – pork and rice spiced with piquillo peppers, and the Cuban Mojo Chicken that comes served with flavoured potato puree and crispy tostadas. But definitely save some space for the Torta De Milhojas, a Chilean dessert of layered puff pastry, dulce de leche, cream cheese and fruits that pair brilliantly with the zesty Whisky Smash cocktail.

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  • Restaurants
  • Singaporean
  • City Hall

On June 19

The demon chef welcomes all dads to his lair with a complimentary classic Rum Highball to toast. The Father's Day Flying Brunch ($138 per person) treats all dads to an extravagant feast of poached lobster, shucked oysters, Asian brasserie specialities and many other delights. Win big with dad – simply head down and stand a chance to win free pints from neighbouring German restaurant, Freida.

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  • Restaurants
  • Burgers
  • Marina Bay

From June 13 to 19

An ultimate boss burger for the Ultimate Boss Dad. Celebrate Father's Day at Black Tap and bond with dad over their juicy fat meat stacks and craft beers. A winning combination ($33) of a crisp Kona Long Board Lager and a lip-smackingly good double bacon cheeseburger that comes stacked with melted American cheese, crunchy lettuce, tomatoes, pickles and Black Tap’s homemade special sauce. 

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