For Father’s Day, modern Cantonese restaurant Mitzo is offering a brunch buffet on 15 June, with unlimited servings of dim sum, mains, soups, and desserts. Highlights include lobster with minced pork and soy milk congee; and a Father’s Day exclusive: seabass with red yeast and garlic in soy sauce. For those looking for something a little more occasioned, there’s a 5-course menu available on for June with dishes like a hearty miso bak kut teh and radish stuffed with conpoy and king oyster mushroom with sea cucumber. There’s even a tipple dedicated to dad: The Patriarch is a smoky, heady combination of mezcal, Cynar, cherry brandy and chocolate bitters.
Father’s Day brunch available 15 June. Set menu available for the entire month of June.
Level 4 Grand Park Orchard, 270 Orchard Road. Tel: 6603-8855
Go all out for the occasion with One Ninety’s brunch spread of modern, continental sumptuousness. Start off with a literal tower jammed to the brim with fresh seafood like Maine lobster and Hokkaido salad before heading to the buffet stations for treats like roasted milk-fed veal and mesquite wood-roasted Peking duck carved a la minute. Other highlights include One Ninety’s famous laksa, and a impressive selection of pastries encompassing everything from Manjari chocolate tarts to espresso puffs. There’s even a bouncy castle and kid’s play area to keep the young ones occupied, while dad quaffs some champagne.
Father’s Day brunch available 16 June.
Four Seasons Hotel Singapore, 190 Orchard Boulevard. Tel: 6831-7250
Does father prefer something more local, and a lot of it? Carousel’s popular, long-running buffet offers local favourites like chilli crab with deep-fried mantou; and satay to satisfy all cravings for Singaporean favourites. Other highlights on the buffet line include fresh seafood like Alaskan king crab legs; and oven-roasted prime ribs. There’s also high tea, with plenty of perennial favourites like a live oyster omelette station and even hard-to-find tau kwa pau, stuffed with minced duck. Eat in for dinner, and all dads will receive a complimentary pair of couple mugs.
You can’t spell hearty without heart, and the way to dad’s heart is through the stomach. For Father’s Day this year, Opus Grill will be introducing a hefty one-kilogram bone-in Rosedale Ruby sirloin from Southeastern Australian. Pasture-raised, finished with grain, and 100 percent hormone and chemical-free, the well-marbled beef is grilled on a charcoal grill before being smoked. Served with rose petal salt, the steak for two comes comes with two complimentary sides and a choice for two-hour free flow of selected wines for just $15 between Sunday and Thursday — just for the month of June. Dad not one for meat? The restaurant also serves sustainably-caught, Marine Stewardship Council-certified seafood like Atlantic scallops, which comes seared with butternut squash purée, pumpkin seeds and basil.
Touch dad’s heart with dim sum. In fact, all the dim sum that he can eat at Cherry Garden’s dim sum brunch. There’ll be two special dishes for the day: stir-fried Pacific ocean scallops with capsicum in black bean sauce; and nourishing pig’s trotters stewed with sweet vinegar, ginger, and boiled eggs. Meanwhile, a good portion of Cherry Garden’s dim sum menu will be available for the buffet brunch, including crowd favourites like steamed pork siew mai with baby abalone; and wok-fried radish cake with house-made X.O sauce.
If pops is all about that red meat and grill, head on down to Ruth’s Chris Steak House at Marina Mandarin for their four-course Father’s Day set menu. Start things off with a blue crab cake with sizzling lemon butter, lobster bisque or Caesar salad. Then get right to the meat of it with the USDA prime ribeye or New York steak, served with butter on a 500°C hot plate, all just to give you that sizzle – music to the ears and the stomach. Otherwise, choose the corn-fed Midwestern filet steak, fish or stuffed chicken breast for a lighter option. The set also includes a side – creamed spinach, potatoes au gratin, lyonnaise potatoes or grilled asparagus – to go with your meat, as well as a mini New Orleans cheesecake to end things on a sweet note. Don’t worry, the dessert doesn’t sizzle.
This year, Ruth’s Chris Steak House is also partnering with iconic American clothier Brooks Brothers for the first time. Paying homage to their American heritage, the collaboration will see guests take home a complimentary gift from Ruth’s Chris Steak House and a Brooks Brothers souvenir set, redeemable at their Paragon and Raffles City stores.
Alternatively, bring dad for a boozy breakfast buffet at Andaz Singapore’s Alley on 25. Besides being able to enjoy your item of choice from their a la carte menu – consisting of breakfast classics – let father feast on a buffet spread fit for a king. Indulge in breads from Tiong Bahru Bakery at the continental station, as well as treats from the hot western station. All dining fathers are also entitled to a complimentary Godfather cocktail, and can choose to top-up for free-flow alcohol.
Make this Father’s Day different by bring dad to Sentosa and enjoying a sumptuous buffet spread at Le Meridien Singapore. King prawns, razor clams, half shell scallops and mussels galore in the seafood department, while wagyu D rump is served at the live barbecued meats station. If dad is big on local cuisine, he’ll surely delight in the chilli crab, black pepper char kway teow, Chinese-style roast meats and assorted Indian cuisine available here. Oh, and dad dines free with every three diners.