It’s that time of year when you can show dear old Dad how special he is. While you can show your appreciation any day of the year, these dining promotions are happening now. Here are some awesome specials this Father’s Day around Hong Kong. Shikigiku The acclaimed restaurant at IFC is offering a special eight-course lunch (HK$680) and dinner menu (HK$1,380) just for Father’s Day. Treat your dad to teppanyaki Australian Wagyu beef steak, seasonal sashimi, signature tempura prawn and so much more. Kinship Kinship is celebrating Father’s Day with a king’s day semi-buffet. For HK$498 per person, the man and the family get to enjoy unlimited items such as smashed avocado, sausage and beans, watermelon salad as well as a choice of items like prime rib, chicken and waffles and salmon Benedict for mains. Where to eat in Hong Kong this June: new restaurants to try over the summer La Rambla If the man of the house has a penchant for Spanish food then the tasting menu at La Rambla is just the ticket. For HK$2,280, four diners can enjoy items like avocado lobster, Josper grilled Galician octopus, fried calamari, 12-hour slow-cooked pork ribs and more. Yuè Indulge in this delectable 13-course at Cantonese restaurant Yuè. Starting at HK$1,988 for four people, delicious dishes include barbecued suckling pig platter, baked stuffed crab shell, sautéed shrimps and clams with X.O. chilli sauce, as well as crispy chicken. What makes dim sum a tradition that is full of surprises? Big Sur Get meatastic this Father’s Day weekend with a barbecue family feast at Big Sur. Available for lunch and dinner, the set menu includes smoked pork ribs, smoked chicken, melt-in-your-mouth beef ribs as well as delicious sides. For the price of HK$825, two beers are also included. Dynasty Chow down to a set dinner at one of the most exclusive Cantonese restaurants in Hong Kong. Available for the whole month of June, the 8-course menu (HK$398 per person) includes scrumptious dishes such as braised bird’s nest soup with crabmeat, pan-fried king scallop with vegetables in gravy sauce as well as pan-fried French quail legs with five-spice chilli. Cruise Take Dad out for a boozy brunch at the all-day diner in Hyatt Centric Victoria Harbour Hong Kong. The semi-buffet (HK$490) includes kingfish sashimi, a choice sirloin steak and roast chicken for mains, as well as dessert. What’s great is that for HK$140 extra, there is a three-hour free flow. Morton’s the Steakhouse For only HK$498, dads can tuck into the most luxurious surf and turf meal in town. The set includes a starter of lobster bisque, shrimp cocktail or Caesar salad, an entrée of a 6oz fillet steak as well as a choice of crab cake, lobster tail or tantalising bacon-wrapped scallops. A dinner version of the set menu is available for HK$848 where Dad can upgrade to a 24oz porterhouse steak instead. 7 great weekend brunch feasts to try in Hong Kong Aqua Take Dad out to a venue that affords one of the best views of the city. Aqua has created a special five-course dinner with new and creative dishes such as grilled octopus with roasted eggplant and chilli, stone-grilled Wagyu beef with butter soy sauce and Cartoccio-style sea bass alla Mediterranea. What’s great is that the two-hour free flow starts at only an additional HK$100. Want more stories like this? Sign up here . Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .