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Father’s Day 2017: Restaurants to spoil Dad or Hubby

The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, so we’ve sussed out the top Father’s Day dining specials across town. From truffle-inspired dishes to mod-Chinese cuisine, these restaurants are perfect for spoiling dad (or hubby) on this special day. Get booking!

#1 Jamie’s Italian

For the ultimate Father’s Day celebration, an all-truffle feast at this family-friendly Italian restaurant will definitely impress. Pasta fans should head to Jamie’s Italian Forum, where the mouthwatering truffle ravioli ($26.50) is exclusively available. Filled with freshly minced black truffle, then finished with brown butter and grated Parmesan, this indulgent dish is on the top of our must-try list!

If you’re visiting the VivoCity outlet, opt for the truffle shuffle pizza ($26.50), made with the restaurant’s signature sourdough base and topped with white sauce, fontal cheese, sweet balsamic onions, a free range egg and grated black truffle. Feeling guilty from all the feasting? Go light with the classic super-food salad ($24), a fresh combination of avocado, roasted beets, mixed grains, broccoli, pomegranate and cottage cheese. There’s also a special Father’s Day platter ($128) – beautiful roasted beef rib, pork belly and prawns served with soft polenta and root vegetables – available at both outlets over the celebration weekend (Friday, Saturday and Sunday)!

Psst… Giveaway alert: Win passes to a pizza and prosecco party for 10 (worth $800)! Indulge in a two-hour party of hand-stretching your own sourdough pizza, choosing your toppings, and digging into your creation after it’s fresh out of the oven, while sipping on prosecco. Five lucky winners will be chosen from 1 June to 8 June – enter the competition now!

#01-165/167 VivoCity
1 HarbourFront Walk
6733 5500 

583 Orchard Road
#01-01/04 Forum
6655 7676

jamiesitalian.sg

summerhouse weekend brunch
The perfect location for a special celebration

#2 Summerhouse

Located in a beautiful colonial bungalow in the redeveloped Seletar Aerospace Park, The Summerhouse is a multi-faceted dining enclave that offers nature-inspired cuisine prepared with home-grown ingredients.  On 17 and 18 June, tuck into a sumptuous a la carte brunch featuring meaty must-haves like the charcoal-grilled Tajima wagyu beef oyster blade with abalone mushrooms ($28/100g). Supplement the afternoon’s celebration with free-flow prosecco and house wines (top up $58) for a extra bubbly affair.

For dinner, there’s also a four-course ($60 per person) or eight-course ($120 per person) set menu featuring inventive creations like the Wagyu beef cured in Auchentoshan whiskey, paired with smoked mayonnaise, pickled beetroot, crunchy barley, and 72 hours sous-vide Iberico pork collar with German dunkel beer jus, grilled potatoes and spring onion; both exclusively created for this celebrated occasion.

3 Park Lane
6262 1063 | thesummerhouse.sg

28 wilkie romantic dinner
28 Wilkie’s classy dining space

#3 28 Wilkie

Housed in a conserved shophouse, this elegant Modern Italian spot boasts a gorgeous set-up: white walls and simple, classy décor with muted brown and cream accents. Apart from fine caviar and wine, this 60-seater also serves well-executed modern Italian cuisine. Must-tries include the Japanese-inspired risotto ($28), a combination of unagi, crispy seaweed and onion confit. Dessert wise, we love the silky-smooth, boozy tiramisu ($18).

28 Wilkie Road
9776 2828 | 28wilkie.com 

jade restaurant dim sum
Dim sum brunch, anyone?

#4 Jade Restaurant

This elegant Chinese restaurant is a hidden gem. It offers a value-for-money, à la carte weekend dim sum brunch ($39 per adult, $19 per child), featuring over 50 handmade items, from familiar classics like steamed pork siew mai with abalone to premium dishes like boiled congee with lobster and dried scallops. Visiting for dinner? There’s also a special six-course individual set dinner menu ($88 per person) for the occasion, and dad gets to dine free with two paying adults! Crowd favourites include the roasted Peking duck and braised dried seafood in superior broth with Chinese wine.

The a la carte dim sum buffet happens on weekends from 11am to 12.45pm and 1.15pm to 3pm, while the individual set dinner menu is only available on 17 and 18 June from 6.30pm to 11pm.

The Fullerton Hotel Singapore
6733 8388 | fullertonhotels.com/the-fullerton-hotel

chilli crab resorts world sentosa
Sink your teeth into delicious local fare like Chilli Crab

#5 Sessions at Resorts World Sentosa

For all dads who are buffet lovers, Sessions has a delicious all-you-can-eat spread of fresh seafood, local favourites, Louisiana grilled meats and desserts in store, on 18 June, from 12pm to 2.30pm. Highlights include Alaskan king crab, German pork knuckles, chilli crab and Cantonese-style roasted duck. End your meal on a sweet note with freshly made desserts like pancakes, waffles and candy floss. The Father’s Day brunch costs $88 per adult and $44 per child.

Hard Rock Hotel Singapore, Lobby
6577 6567 | rwssentosa.com 

SPRMRKT kitchen restaurant
Bask in natural light and gorgeous interiors at SPRMRKT

#6 SPRMRKT Kitchen & Bar

Pamper the men in your life with a sumptuous brunch at this modern restaurant nestled on the upper level of STPI – Creative Workshop & Gallery. Overlooking the scenic Singapore River, the classy spot offers elevated comfort foods, such as the Weekend Roast ($34), which features a choice of wagyu rump or roasted pork belly accompanied with freshly baked Yorkshire pudding, roasted rosemary potatoes, vine-ripened tomatoes, sautéed mixed mushrooms and house-made ricotta cream. To finish? We suggest a session of bonding with dad over an afternoon of whisky cocktails.

#02-01, 41 Robertson Quay
9736 4170 | sprmrkt.com.sg

kilo kallang restaurant
Kilo Kallang serves contemporary sharing plates

#7 Kilo Kallang

Treat dad to a selection of yummy sharing plates at Kilo Kallang, an industrial-hip resto located by the Kallang River. He’s bound to love the mix of fresh and light flavours in the salmon poke ($18) and seafood ceviche ($20), as well as heartier picks like squid ink rice ($28) and BBQ pork rib-lets ($26). There’s also a great range of reds, whites and classic cocktails, including the signature Kilo’s Mojito ($16) and homemade sangria ($18).

66 Kampong Bugis, Level M
6467 3987 | kilokitchen.com/kallang

Gordon Grill Goodwood Park
Treat dad to fine steaks at Gordon Grill

#8 Gordon Grill

What better way to celebrate Father’s Day than enjoying a round of fine steaks and premium seafood? We’re drooling over the Father’s Day set dinner menu ($108 per person) at Gordon Grill, which includes freshly shucked oysters, Hokkaido scallops, US beef tenderloin and classic chocolate mousse with Manuka honey chunks. Available on 17 and 18 June, from 7pm to 10.30pm, this set dinner is one to look out for – particularly if dad’s a meat lover.   

Goodwood Park Hotel
6730 1744 | goodwoodparkhotel.com

indian cooking
Get cooking with this simple spicekit!

Psst… Not a fan of eating out? Try whipping up an Indian feast at home with this ultra-useful Spicebox kit ($105). Featuring a fun cookbook with easy-to-follow recipes, as well as nine types of organic spices sourced from small farms in India, this kit makes for the perfect Father’s Day gift, too. With just a quick trip to the market for fresh ingredients, you can easily cook up a healthy yet satisfying Indian feast at home for the family.

Snag a 25% discount from indian-spicebox.com by entering the discount code “expat25“!

 

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