They say the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. This Father’s Day, treat the man in your life to a feast fit for a king
Treat your dad to an unforgettable brunch buffet at the Grand Hyatt Steakhouse this weekend. Pick from brunch classics like duck and waffle, Oscar egg Benedict, 18-hour slow-cooked bacon and New England clam chowder; and supersized meat selections including wagyu tomahawk and porterhouse. There’s also a Bloody Mary station for those looking to spice up the occasion, as well as a beverage programme with magnum bottles of bubbly and wine!
If a healthy appetite is what dad has, then the one-off lunch buffet over at Grand Café on 18 June is your best bet. It offers a myriad of classic international fare to choose from, such as seafood, prime rib, premium meat selections, Hainanese chicken rice and plenty more. Talk about being spoiled for choice.
Perfect for the beer-loving father figures, Grissini will be offering dinner menu on 16 and 18 June pairing Southern Italian classics with Italian handcraft beer Birra Flea. Specially curated by chef Valerio Mandile and head mixologist Drew Chigorimbo, highlights include lobster spaghetti with piennolo tomato and basil, grilled Mayura ganger steak with white asparagus, pickled tropea onion and sweet potato and more.
Where: Grand Hyatt Steakhouse – Lobby Level, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, 1 Harbour Road, Wan Chai; Grand Café – Lobby Level, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, 1 Harbour Road, Wan Chai; 2/F, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, 1 Harbour Rd, Wan Chai
Now, this is a worthy meal for the man of the house. Treat your loved ones to a Father’s Day Burger & Lobster’s set up at Ozone, which starts off with shaolin chick, succulent chicken meat complemented by garlic and dried chilli. Then, there’s the newly added bulgogi burger, featuring a generous 6-ounce American Nebraska beef patty coupled with special kimchi slaw and kimchi mayo, and finish off with the Hong Kong-style French toast with vanilla ice cream.
For those dads that love local flavours, you can instead bring them over to Tin Lung Heen for their six-course “ocean’s bounty” menu. Highlights include a selection of traditional Cantonese delicacies, braised Yoshihama abalone in supreme sauce, stewed e-fu noodle with sliced beef ribs and chives; and crispy pan-fried pancake with milk custard paste.
Where: Ozone – 118/F, The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong, International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui
W Hong Kong
Savour the homey and rich taste that is Cantonese cuisine at W Hong Kong’s Sing Yin Cantonese Dining. Think iced smoked lobster marinated with whisky; nourishing double-boiled conch soup with black wolfberry, maca, fresh abalone and seahorse; baked avocado with crab meat and mix cheese; wok-fried Austrian wagyu beef; and BBQ pork and scallop fried rice with homemade XO sauce. Priced at HKD$1288+10%, the six-course Father’s Day dinner special is available from now until 18 June, while the HKD$698+10% six-course lunch menu is available on 17 and 18 June.
Alternatively, treat your taste buds to a tantalising “Booze & Bonaza” buffet featuring dishes that are, as the name suggests, expertly infused with alcohol, such as steamed shrimp in ginger and spring onion in moutai wiine; beer-BBQ sauce roast pork ribs; and brandy garlic butter crusted lamp chop with clementine-fig relish.
Where: Kitchen – 6/F, W Hong Kong, Kowloon MTR Station, 1 Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui; Sing Yin Cantonese Dining – 1/F, W Hong Kong, Kowloon MTR Station, 1 Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui