Treat your dad to a belly-bursting feast this Father’s Day. After all, ‘the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach’.
|Wooloomooloo Steakhouse offers a set lunch — a meat platter of USDA Prime Rib Eye, Herb Roasted Spring Chicken and Assorted Gourmet Sausages. Available only on the third weekend of June from 11.30am to 2.30pm, the four-course lunch menu ($78) also includes appetisers in the form of fresh Tsarskaya Oyster and Seared Tuna Tataki.
2 Stamford Road, Level 3 Swissôtel The Stamford. Tel: 6338 0261
|Basilico flaunts Italian seafood fare. On 21 June, expect a premium catch of King Scallops, Alaskan King Crabs, lobsters cooked the Italian way—steamed and poached with lemon and herb oil. Remember to leave some room for the umami-tasting Morel Mushroom Gnocchi with Truffle and Castelmagno and the tender Tuscan-style Lamb Chops with Amarone Wine Jus. The buffet lunch is priced at $114 or $164 with free-flow Prosecco and wine.
1 Cuscaden Road, Level 2 Regent Singapore. Tel: 6725 3232
|Things go lighter, but no less decadent, for Lawry’s special 4-Course Brunch ($78) and 5-Course Dinner ($98) menus. Available only for Father’s Day weekend, unique dishes include Apple Cider Hokkaido Scallop appetizer, Bacon Lobster Tail and Atlantic Cod Fish main course, and for dessert a rich Chocolate Berries Cake topped with crunchy Cinnamon Tortilla Chips.
333A Orchard Road, #04-01/31 Mandarin Gallery. Tel: 6834 9586
|Go all out at Peach Garden when you get the buffet ($68 for lunch and $88 for dinner) for Dad on 20 and 21 June. A promotion only available at the Hotel Miramar outlet, it includes an offering of sashimi, shark’s fin, peking duck and suckling pig. Enjoy 30 percent off for a group of three to nine guests, or 50 percent off for a group of more than 10 when you make reservations before 10 June.
401 Havelock Road, Level 3 Hotel Miramar. Tel: 6736 3833
|Indulge in Penang’s famous street food at Princess Terrace over the Father’s Day weekend. Accompanied with a free glass of beer or wine for dads, the buffet includes tau kwa pok or fried beancurd skin stuffed with minced pork, diced cucumber, mushrooms and fish cake, doused in braised soya sauce and chilli. There’s also the crowd favourite of char kway teow and Hokkien prawn mee soup. Priced at $52.80 for lunch and $56.80 for dinner.
403 Havelock Road, Corpthorne King’s Hotel Singapore.