Treat Your Dad: 6 Places To Celebrate Father’s Day In Hong Kong
Father’s Day is just around the corner. If you haven’t decided on a place to take the superman in your life on this very special occasion, here are some delicious ideas for spoiling your dad:
1/6Father’s Day brunch and dinner menu at La Rambla
Known for its oh-so-good Spanish feasts and relaxing Mediterranean ambience, La Rambla launches a Father’s Day special brunch this year featuring meticulously-made slow-cooked pork ribs and lamb shoulders.
For the Father’s Day evening, La Rambla will be offering a tailor-made dinner menu for families of four, where guests can sample a variety of Spanish classics including jamon, cheese and fresh seafood.
La Rambla’s Father Day special brunch (HK$650 per person) and dinner menu for four (HK$2,200 per family of four) will be available on June 17.
La Rambla, 3071-73 Level 3, IFC Mall, Central, Hong Kong; +852 2661 1161; larambla.hk
2/6Father’s Day family banquet at Duddell’s
If your father likes a traditional Chinese banquet, Duddell’s is the place to be. Starting off with crispy suckling pig and wagyu, Duddell’s banquet only gets better as the feast goes on.
With main dishes including fish broth with dried fish maw, steamed garoupa with bean curd, braised whole South African abalone (five heads) and double-boiled imperial bird’s nest with almond as the sweet finale of the night, this is easily one of the finest Cantonese meals in town to impress the superdad in your life with.
The Father’s Day banquet at Duddell’s (HK$7,388 per four persons) will be available on June 17.
Duddell’s, 3/F, Shanghai Tang Mansion, 1 Duddell Street, Central, Hong Kong; +852 2525 9191; duddells.co
3/6Four-course dinner and live music at Foxglove
Honour your wonderful father with good whisky and live jazz music at Foxglove’s sophisticated lounge tucked behind what looks like a bespoke umbrella storefront in Central. All fathers dining at Foxglove on Father’s Day evening will receive a complimentary glass of Talisker 18-Year-Old.
The delectable four-course dinner menu includes dishes such as grilled Norwegian langoustine, gambero rosso linguini (handcrafted pasta with Spanish red prawn and prawn broth), US prime rib-eye, and nachos that go perfectly with the wide selection of drinks at Foxglove.
Foxglove’s four-course dinner (HK$1,088 per person) will be available on June 17 with reservations required.
Foxglove, 2/F, Printing House, 6 Duddell Street, Central, Hong Kong; +852 2116 8949; foxglovehk.com
4/6Korean Father’s Day brunch at Jinjuu
Treat your dad to a variety of sumptuous Korean bites at Lan Kwai Fong’s contemporary Korean restaurant Jinjuu this Father’s Day. With unlimited Jack Daniel-cured smoked salmon and bulgogi Aussie beef tataki on offer, you can count on Jinjuu to provide one of the most satisfying brunch experiences in town. You will also receive a 25% discount when brunching with three people or more.
To pair with their dinner menu, Jinjuu will offer whisky cocktails free-flow during dinner time including the Campari and fernet based Ferrari, the elegant Scotch cocktail Dad, Thank You, and the classic Godfather. All dads drink for free because they deserve some good cocktails on a special day dedicated to them.
Jinjuu’s Korean gourmet brunch (HK$388 per person) is available every weekend with free-flow packages (HK$188 per person; HK$238 with Moet & Chandon per person) on offer. The whisky cocktails free-flow (HK$150 per person) will be available on Father’s Day with one dad per table drinks for free.
Jinjuu, UG, California Tower, 32 D’Aguilar Street, Central, Hong Kong; +852 3755 4868; jinjuu.com.hk
5/6Sausage-making class at The Butchers Club
Spend a fun-filled Father’s Day at The Butchers Club’s sausage-making class this Father’s Day. Held from 12-3pm, keen cooks can get their hands on some sausage-making fun with their kids after the experienced butchers walking them through the entire process from start to finish.
After the class, the sausages will be grilled and served at a sit-down lunch with mashed potatoes, garden peas and onion gravy. The chefs at The Butchers Club will be tasting each team’s handiwork and the team with the highest scoring sausages will take home some fantastic prizes.
The Butchers Club’s sausage-making class (HK$800 for one parent and one child under 18 years old; HK$250 for an additional child and HK$550 for an additional adult) will be available on June 17 from 12 to 3pm. with free-flow Peroni for dads and soft drinks for kids.
The Butchers Club, 16/F & rooftop, Shui Ki Industrial Building, 18 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong; +852 2884 0768; thebutchers.club
6/6A Maserati Father’s Day weekend at InterContinental Hong Kong
If your dad is a car lover himself, the Maserati Father’s Day weekend offered by InterContinental Hong Kong is a dream come true. Collaborating with the Italian performance car maker, InterContinental Hong Kong is offering any restaurant patrons who spend HK$16,000 net or more an exclusive Maserati race-bred weekend driving experience.
The offer applies to all restaurant inside InterContinental Hong Kong, including Rech by Alain Ducasse, The Steak House, Nobu, Yan Toh Heen, and Harbourside.
InterContinental Hong Kong’s Maserati Father’s Day weekend will be available on June 16 and 17 with a two-month redemption period to qualified restaurant patrons to redeem the weekend test drive experience.
InterContinental Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Kowloon, Hong Kong; +852 2721 1211; hongkong-ic.intercontinental.com