Where to take Dad for Father’s Day Brunch!
What better way to show your love for your other half (and your father, if he lives in Hong Kong), and reward him for being an awesome dad, than taking him out for a fabulous feast with the family? Restaurants across the city are upping their game in an effort to woo the man of the house with a fabulous range of Father’s Day dining deals. There are complimentary cocktails, lucky draw prizes and more on offer.
Hong Kong Island
Newly-opened Grain in Kennedy Town is sure to become a new favourite for family-friendly affairs. This Father’s Day, the gastropub is taking inspiration from the traditional Sunday roast to offer up delicious Iberico pork or striploin, dished up with sides like Yorkshire pudding, roast potatoes, buttered greens and more. Does Dad love a brew? With 24 taps onsite he’s sure to find one he likes!
We’ve long been fans of the upbeat vibes at Uma Nota. The Father’s Day brunch menu features favourites from the classic brunch menu, alongside dishes from Sakura-themed pop-up menu. Is Dad a carnivore? Tell him to order the 21-day aged, bone-in rib-eye (additional $100).
Cost: $350 for the six-course menu
Uma Nota, 38 Peel Street, Central, Hong Kong, www.uma-nota.com/hong-kong
How does a classic Sunday roast sound? For the hungry man of the house, Porterhouse is offering a huge Father’s Day buffet spread which includes a carvery station, seafood bar and dessert corner. All you need to do then is add on a beverage package!
Cost: Adults – $498; Children (3 to 11 years) – $249; Two-hour free-flow soft drinks – $168; sparkling and house wines, Peroni, Porterhouse Mary, gin and tonic – $208; Tattinger Champagne, house wines, Asahi, negroni and Aperol spritz – $308.
Take in the breath-taking view from your perch high above Causeway Bay while enjoying a classic steak and wine Father’s Day menu.
Other places to enjoy a family-friendly Father’s Day brunch on Hong Kong Island:
For a classic view of Victoria Harbour, combined with delicious Modern Australian cuisine, head on over to Hue at the Hong Kong Museum of Art. This Father’s Day there’s a three-course lunch menu (with a free-flow drinks package available) and a four-course dinner menu on offer. It’s sure to make Dad’s day!
Cost: Lunch – $780; Dinner – $880; Two-hour free-flow – $360
Sassy Mama tip: Looking for more casual dining in TST for Father’s Day? Grab a quick bite downstairs at Ink.
The Papas and Nonnos (Italian for Grandpa) are well and truly the stars of the show at Spasso this Father’s Day. Dad’s will be welcomed with a complimentary glass of Aperol and Nonnos will be eating for free! Both will also have the chance to win some great prizes (including a world-class Glenmorangie whiskey!). The Father’s Day brunch is served up buffet style with a selection of seafood, cold cuts and cheeses before the pasta course and mains.
Cost: Adults – $428; Kids (6 to 12 years) – $228; Under 6 – free! Free-flow drinks packages start at $198.
Enjoy a fancy, sky-high Father’s Day brunch atop the ICC at the Ritz-Carlton’s Ozone. Dad will be treated to a special bottled cocktail on arrival and the whole family is set to enjoy the experience.
Cost: Adults – $788; Kids – $488; Non-alcoholic free-flow – $198; Alcoholic drinks packages start at $388.
Need more options? These great Kowloon restaurants are also offering Father’s Day dining deals:
New Territories & Outlying Islands
If the man of the house likes his food, then a classic hotel buffet lunch could be just the ticket for Father’s Day. At Alva House, you’ll find fresh oysters and sashimi alongside international hot delicacies ranging from xiao long bao to crab meat lasagna. Don’t miss out on the special Earl Grey Chocolate Mousse cake either (shown above).
Cost: Adults – $418, kids – $288
Take Dad to enjoy Father’s Day down by the water in TKO. The three-course special lunch set includes a selection of sharing starters, delicious hearty mains and, of course, a sweet dessert to top it off.
Heading elsewhere in the New Territories? Check out these other great family-friendly restaurants: