Not all heroes wear capes and dads squarely fall into that category. Whether he’s your absolute role model or the one who’s quietly always there for you, all dads deserve to feel appreciated on Father’s Day. Want to show your dad some love? In Hong Kong, specially curated brunches are available at name restaurants including IFC Mall’s La Rambla and Zuma in the Landmark. Get gorgeous vistas with your meal at Alto and Aqua, or indulge in a refreshingly different menu at LPM. Whatever your father’s fancy, there’s something for him here. 14 new restaurants and menus in Hong Kong to check out in June LPM Treat dad to LPM’s seasonal spring menu. Apart from delicious cocktails and a drinks list that dads will adore, the fresh, healthy Mediterranean French menu selections will make him feel super appreciated too. Dig into the fresh-caught seafood and light delicate pastas, such as the fusilli with tuna puttanesca (HK$218/US$28) or the vanilla panna cotta, rhubarb with ginger sorbet (HK$118), while signature favourites such as warm prawn salad won’t fail to impress. 23-29 Stanley Street Shop 1, 1/F, H, Queen’s, Central ‘Ego cooking’: meet Vicky Lau, Asia’s first female two Michelin star chef Zuma Zuma is extending their brunch slot (HK$1,138) to three hours so you and your dad can really indulge. Meat eaters can choose to upgrade to a meaty main course too – a masterfully grilled 400-gram black Angus rib-eye steak with a punchy black pepper and soy sauce. Landmark Level 5 & 6, 15 Queen’s Road, Central STYLE Edit: What’s on at Art Karnival at Hong Kong’s K11 Musea? Alto Available just for Father’s Day, Alto Bar & Grill has a very reasonable steak and wine menu for just HK$388, which includes sides too. Combined with the Alto’s sleek surrounds and phenomenal view, it has all you need to show dad just how great you think he is. 31/F, V Point, 18 Tang Lung Street, Causeway Bay Will China ever make wine as good as the Old World? Aqua Taking place over the Father’s Day weekend, Aqua’s Father’s Day Because Brunch (HK$888) includes free flow booze. Food wise, diners can chow down on scrumptious items like sashimi and sushi, truffle ravioli with Jerusalem artichoke foam and the signature stone-grilled Wagyu beef with butter soy sauce. Aqua, 29F + 30F, One Peking, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong Nathan Road through the years: from beach and barracks to neon-lit ‘Golden Mile’ La Rambla Dads are thought so special at La Rambla that they have prepared both a dinner and a brunch to celebrate. Sunday brunch (HK$780) on June 20 will showcase the famous Spanish antipasto buffet as well as Gillardeau oysters, tuna tataki with escabeche sauce and espárragos blancos de Navarra with salmon roe mayonnaise. For those who want to celebrate in the evening, there’s a 10-course Father’s Day dinner tasting menu (HK$3,000 for a family of four) which includes the signature seafood paella. 3071-73 level 3, IFC Mall, Central, Hong Kong How Daft Punk’s designer gave this Hong Kong nightspot a makeover Man Hing at Greater China Club Those who plan a large gathering of family members over delicious Cantonese cuisine, should head over to Man Hing at Greater China Club who have prepared two gastronomic 11-course set menus for Father’s Day, running from June 12 to June 20, priced at HK$588 or HK$788 per person. What courses you get depends on the set menu selection, but diners can look forward to dishes like secret honey sauce roasted prime Iberico pork and smoked silky fowl egg flavoured with sakura shrimp. A, 10/F, D2 Place One, 9 Cheung Yee Street, Lai Chi Kok Are these Hong Kong chefs the new kings of Cantonese cuisine? Olé One of Hong Kong’s most trusted Spanish restaurants is offering a special menu for weekend brunch (HK$498) just for Father’s Day. Apart from the usual unlimited Spanish starters, guests can opt for Iberico lamb ribs (HK$290) or a special paella (HK$590) to make the weekend that bit more memorable. 1/F, Shun Ho Tower, 24-30 Ice House Street, Central Want more stories like this? Sign up here. Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .