This year, Father’s Day falls on June 21. And that means we have less than a week to get ready. While it can be somewhat bittersweet and mildly unpleasant to commemorate significant milestones or host personal celebrations in the time of COVID-19, we can still do our part to make things special for that special someone.
Although eating out at your favourite restaurants is still not in the books yet, it doesn’t mean you can’t treat your dads to an exquisite meal or two. After all, there are many restaurants offering interesting takeaway offerings and delivery services too! From delectable Cantonese cuisine to a touch of French fair, we have curated a list of notable restaurants to consider treating our dads this Father’s Day!
Fairmont Singapore & Swissotel The Standford
From the kitchens of Fairmont Singapore and Swissotel The Stanford, a decadent indulgence of the senses awaits in your kitchen as you and your family prepare an unforgettable Father’s Day dinner through the restaurants’ selection of 3-course recipe kits. From an A4 Miyazaki Wagyu to fresh Norwegian Salmon, there is something is for everyone. And I suppose you can say, whipping up a meal for your dad is perhaps one of the best ways to thank him, right?
Jiang-Nan Chun at Four Seasons Hotel Singapore
Take your pick at the Cantonese offerings from Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant Jiang-Nan Chun. Running the gamut from Honey Glaze Pork Collar to mesquite-wood roasted Peking Duck, menus from this restaurant befits a family of five to six people!
One-Ninety at Four Seasons Hotel Singapore
If Cantonese delights aren’t your cup of tea, delectable Epicurean delights from One-Ninety might be a worthy consideration. This Father’s Day, the modern Asian brasserie is offering two feasts: Gourmet—which comprises 1.8kg Slow Roasted Grain Fed Rib Eye that is accompanied by a medley of seasonal greens—and Family—which promises a tantalising combination of roasted French Free Range Yellow Chicken with Sweet Potatoes and Vegetables—feasts. Of course, you could always get a decadent finish to the meal with the restaurant’s exclusive Manjari Salted Caramel Crunch Cake.
Min Jiang at Goodwood Park Hotel
Proffering one of the best Chinese cuisines in Singapore since 1982, the repertoire of offerings at Min Jang runs the gamut from Sichuan to Cantonese dishes. This Father’s Day, you can indulge in an epicurean six-course meal that comprises Chilled Mini Abalone with Sweet and Spicy Pineapple Sauce, Marinated Jellyfish Flower and Crispy Prawn with Buttermilk, and Sauteed Diced Chicken with Pine Nuts. There is something for everyone in the family, and this is what we call a luxurious oriental affair.
To order, call +65 6737 7411 or email here.
The Cliff at Sofitel Singapore
This modern dining establishment has never failed to impress us with an elevated but casual dining experience, which somehow reminds us that eating is all but a fun affair. This Father’s Day, The Cliff will continue to proffer up a taste of Italy with heartwarming takeaway menu offerings, including its signature Grilled Octopus (which has been marinated in spicy harissa and complemented with smoked eggplant caviar and tomato braised chickpeas) and Beef Tagliata, that will sate any tastebuds.
Xperience Restaurant at So/ Sofitel Singapore
This Father’s Day, dishes from the takeaway menu of the luxury boutique hotel’s Xperience Restaurant is all about balancing sensual delights on a plate. Meat numbers are intricately selected and paired with seasonal specials—think 1.2kg of succulent Australian grain-fed tomahawk on a bed of butter glazed brussel sprouts or truffle and mushroom baked rice.
Brasserie Les Saveurs at St. Regis Singapore
Executive Chef Thibault Chiumenti of Brasserie Les Saveurs has put together an ensemble of brunch offerings that make for a leisurely indulgence this Father’s Day. The takeaway menu features an impressive lineup of meat and seafood dishes, such as the Grilled Boston Lobster, Garlic Parsley butter and Deep-fried Tempura Prawns, as well as the Chicken Caesar Salad Sandwich Roll, and is complemented with cult classics, including Beef Tenderloin with Pan-seared Foie Gras. If anything, these are the kinds of gastronomical pampering our dads will enjoy.
While the restaurants at Andaz Singapore have temporarily suspended operations in the time of coronavirus pandemic, the gourmet team has put together an amazing six bottles bundle deal for anyone looking for a last-minute gift this Father’s Day. Mix and match between the hotel’s eclectic selection of champagne, reds, whites, and rosé, and you may even get a bottle of 91-pointer Bordeaux Red and Delamotte Champagne at a discount too!
Bistro du Vin
Classic French bistros are a dime a dozen in Singapore. But there is something exceptionally unique and wholly convivial when you dine at Bistro du Vin. While we don’t see ourselves eating out any time soon, you can still please the most important man in your life with unpretentious, mouth-watering French fare from Bistro du Vin. The Menu de Poulet features four starters—such as Foie Gras Terrine, Sourdough & Herbal Salad and Smoked Salmon & Spinach Quiche with Green Salad—, four mains—including Cheese Ravioles Carameralised Onion & Cream and Duck Leg Confit—, four types of French Aged Cheese and four desserts. Likewise, the Menu de Boeuf is fit for four and features meatier numbers—with Australian Pasture Fed Beef Rib (Marbling Grade 4), fries, salad, and red wine sauce.
To order, call +65 6733 7763. We recommend reaching out three days in advance.
Culina @ Como Dempsey
Culina Market and Bistro have put together a special range of exceptional meats to create a do-it-yourself platter or BBQ spread to show appreciation to daddy dearest this Father’s Day. From Margaret river beef striploin to Maori Lakes lamb chops, beef herb and garlic sausages to garlic and pepper Kurobuta pork sausages, it really is a celebratory affair (or a meat galore, as we call it). The Dad’s Ultimate BBQ Spread from Culina Bistro is yet another smorgasbord of meats (barbeque, duh), including smoked beef brisket, lamb koftas, and Kurobuta pork loin, paired with tasteful condiments.
To order, call +65 6854 6169. Pre-orders should be made 24 hours prior.
At LUMO, heart-warming, modern European fare makes for the ideal feast to indulge in and celebrate with daddy dearest this Father’s Day. The restaurant is known for a variety of dishes but of course, it is the hearty, meaty meals—New Zealand Angus Ribeye and Sakura Pork Chop—that come highly recommended. To top it off, from 15 to 21 June, every order of $180 and above will receive a complimentary bottle of Douglass Hill Merlot.
There’s always a pizza for every mood, place, and time. At Peperoni Pizzeria, the pie and slice game is strong (What can you expect from a pizzeria who manages to perfectly whip out a one-of-a-kind XXL 21-inch pizzas, right?). And this, along with the other offerings on the menu, point to a fail-safe treat for our fathers this Father’s Day, right? There are two bundles made available here: the Classico, which features a Half-half Classico XXL Pizza (where you get to enjoy two flavours from the classic menu); and the Speciale, which features a full Speciale XXL Pizza (where flavours run the gamut from Burrata & Proscuitto to Chicken Truffle in the special menu).
The best way to treat a king is to start the day right. And one of the most delectable offerings one can have is the selection of epic sourdough bagels from SPRMRKT. Naturally fermented sourdough that boasts an addictive combination light crumbs and mildly chewy textures, the Ultimate Breakfast Bagel—which features a choice of beef pastrami or smoked salmon, scrambled eggs, avocado, cream cheese, and more—, Steak and Cheese Bagel, and Buttermilk Fried Chicken Bagel are exceptionally hearty breakfast selections.
To order, call +65 8129 8166 or email here.
Showcasing the five cooking techniques (roast, braise, steam, boil, and double-boil) in Chinese culinary cooking, Yàn is proffering an exquisite five-course set menu for families looking to enjoy a fuss-free Cantonese meal. Besides the restaurant’s signature Roast Duck, indulge in the nourishing Braised Seafood Broth with Conpoy and Fish Maw as well as the fragrant Steamed Sea Perch Fillet with Seasonal Vegetables. And finally, end of on a sweet note with a Chilled Double-boiled Hashima with Red Dates and Lotus Seeds.