Celebrate Father’s Day at these restaurants serving up top-notch meats
Carnivorous dads would approve of these hefty treats.
Leanne Liew, Denise Kok
Morton's The Steakhouse
It's easy to love bacon. Harder to convince your cardiologist that a little bit of it won’t hurt. Trust legendary steakhouse Morton's to up the stakes with the Rolls-Royce of rashers – thick-cut Nueske’s bacon. The new addition to the menu is smoked over apple and wild cherry wood before it’s seared and coated with a peach-bourbon glaze. Breakfast this is not. For dads who prefer beef over pork, they can still choose from Morton’s stellar roll call of fine steaks, including the American Wagyu Royal Ribeye Cap Steak which combines the robust flavour ribeyes are known for with the tenderness of tenderloin.
Opus Bar & Grill
To celebrate Father’s Day this month (from now to 30 June), treat dad for a meat feast at Hilton’s Opus Bar & Grill. At $138, two persons can share the hefty 800g Australian Westholme Wagyu Sirloin. The marbled steak is expertly grilled over an open-flame charcoal grill to give it a smoky flavour. The restaurant will also offer two complimentary side dishes (choices include grilled asparagus, truffles fries and others) with any order of this particular cut. Other signature cuts – portioned for sharing include the 800g Rangers Valley Angus OP rib that is dry-aged in-house for 14 to 36 days, 1 to 1.2kg whiskey-aged U.S. California Tomahawk steak and prime grade cuts from U.S. Greater Omaha priced from $58.
Wolfgang’s Steakhouse at InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay is an ideal spot for one and all to gather for hearty steaks, American-style dishes, as well as fine wines and whiskys. For Father’s Day, the spacious restaurant is offering a luxurious Macallan whisky pairing set menu at $280 per person. Start with a comforting beef barley soup followed by Wolfgang’s signature crab cake. For mains, you’ll get a choice of succulent USDA prime beef, dry-aged onsite for 28 days, or New York Sirloin or ribeye – served with cream spinach and mash potatoes. Dessert comes in the form of a generous slice of tangy-sweet key lime pie.
For a sumptuous Father’s Day lunch on June 17, Sear, a modern steakhouse at Raffles Place has curated a Nordic three-course set lunch menu at $75 per person. Tuck into premium fresh produce such as seared scallops and wood-smoked brisket that’s grilled to perfection in the PIRA charcoal oven. End your meal with Swedish cloudberries married with caramelised pears, yoghurt, vanilla, roasted nuts, milk sorbet and iced carrots.