Still on the lookout for the best places to dine at with Dad? Here are five places that we feel will make the special occasion even more memorable:
Kick off the Father’s Day celebrations with a warm, hearty Indian brunch at Chaiwala. Prepared by executive chef Prabir Banerjee, this feast promises you traditional Indian delicacies presented in modern ways, such as street food classic pani puri with jaljeera, tandoor specialties, a variety of spiced curries and of course, the staple dessert gulab jamun. Starting from HK$180 per person, brunchers can enjoy champagne and classic free-flow.
When: from 11:30am onwards on 20 June 2021
Price: starts at HK$398 per person
Chaiwala, Basement No. 43-55, Wyndham Street, Central, +852 2362 8988
Could there be a better way to celebrate your dad than with all-you-can-eat Brazilian favorites and free-flow? At BRAZA Churrascaria, all fathers will dine at half price (applicable to every table with a minimum of four guests) and can enjoy a fun-loving spread with the brunch and dinner buffets that offer scrumptious Brazilian starters, a variety of quality meats and seafood for mains and an indulgent dessert buffet, quite the literal cherry on the top. The free-flow options include an impressive selection of wines, beers and old-fashioned cocktails.
When: 20 June 2021, seating options available at 11:30am and 1:30pm for brunch and 6:30pm and 8:30pm for dinner
Price: Brunch starts at HK$298 per person (subject to 10% service charge); dinner starts at HK$398 per person (subject to 10% service charge)
BRAZA Churrascaria, 3/F, Grand Progress Building, 15-16 Lan Kwai Fong, Central, +852 2890 9268
Contemporary Izakaya restaurant Zuma is ready to show their love and appreciation for the dads of Hong Kong. To celebrate the day, Zuma’s popular, family-friendly brunches are available for a three-hour long upgrade elevated with free-flow champagne and a meaty main course, the chef’s specially grilled 400-gram black angus rib eye steak accompanied with black pepper and soy.
When: from 11am onwards (three-hour seating) on 20 June 2021
Price: HK$888 per person (subject to 10% service charge)
Zuma, Level 5&6 Landmark Atrium, 15 Queen’s Road, Central, +852 3657 6388
Café 103 at The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong
Featuring a Singaporean theme, Café 103 will be the perfect choice for a festive Father’s Day celebration. With a brunch and dinner buffet offering sumptuous delights ranging from fresh seafood, a noodle station and dim sum, this luxurious feast is accompanied by a vast array of options for free-flow, from sparkling wines to orange juice and soft drinks.
When: 20 June 2021, seating available from 12pm to 2:30pm for brunch & 6:30pm to 9:30pm for dinner
Price: Brunch starts at HK$836 per person (subject to 10% service charge); dinner starts at HK$986 per person (subject to 10% service charge)
Café 103 at The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong, International Commerce Centre (ICC), 103/F The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong, 1 Austin Rd W, West Kowloon, +852 2263 2270
Tokio Joe is going all out for Father’s Day. Their latest “Father’s Day Lunch Menu” includes seven courses with highlights such as Wagyu Tataki and A5 Saga Beef Inaniwa Udon as well as a complimentary glass of Sake. For dinner, Executive Chef Wah will be rolling out two incredible sets of Japanese Omakase, Six-Course Kiku & Matsu, that reflect his modern, diverse take on the delicacies. The menu will offer appetisers, sashimi, yakimono, mushimono, sushi and an impressive collection of sake and wine to complement the feast.
For each father dining here on their special day, Tokio Joe has prepared a complimentary set of AJB Co. Nozawa Black Stout and White Wheat Beer to take home.
When: 20 June 2021, seating available from 11:30am to 2:30pm for lunch & 5pm to 10pm for dinner
Price: Brunch starts at HK$529 per person (subject to 10% service charge); dinner starts at HK$1,100 per person (subject to 10% service charge)
Tokio Joe, 16 Lan Kwai Fong, Central, +852 2525 1889