Father’s Day is just around the corner, and restaurants are joining the celebration for all fabulous dads in Hong Kong by offering delicious meals and deals on June 17.
Spasso – along with DiVino Patio and Carpaccio of the DiVino Group – will be giving all dads who dine in these restaurants a spa voucher for a facial and body massage, scalp stimulating shampoo and conditioner, and a treatment from New York brand John Masters Organics, plus a one-hour training session – valued at HK$3,000 – from Phillip Wain.
Dads will also receive a complimentary glass of Prosecco on arrival. The Spasso Father’s Day brunch is priced from HK$398, depending on one’s choice of main course, and selection of free-flow drinks package. Main courses range from linguine tossed with rich lamb ragout to pan-fried sea bass served with rosemary and orange sauce and crispy broccoli.
Address: Empire Centre, 68 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East
Crowd favourite Rhoda will have two brunch seatings – one from 11.30am to 1.30pm, and one from 2pm to 4pm. At a price of HK$320 per person (it’s free for children under 8), the brunch will feature an all-you-can-eat whole roasted Wicks Manor farm pig and side dishes, including Mom’s Potato Salad and kimchi coleslaw. For dessert, there will be an irresistible ginger biscuit trifle. Guests can also add a free-flow alcoholic for HK$238 per person. All dads will get a pint on the house.
Address: 345 Des Voeux Road West, Sai Ying Pun
Join Porterhouse for its Dom Perignon Superior Brunch from 11.30am to 3.30pm. The brunch buffet is HK$398 per person. For an additional HK$1,100, you can get free-flow Dom Perignon Champagne. There are two other free-flow packages – the Fabulous Flow (HK$150) and the Fantastic Flow (H$280) – which include prosecco, wine, beer and cocktails. Brunch comes with an antipasti buffet, a carving station, a seafood station and a dessert station. Choices include crispy-skinned Spanish Iberico suckling pig and Australian lobster. Guests have the option to order other Porterhouse favourites à la carte, such as stack of pancakes and the Porterhouse beef burger.
Address: 7/F, California Tower, Lan Kwai Fong, 30-36 D’Aguilar Street, Central
Gough’s on Gough
Head down to Gough’s on Gough and enjoy a British brunch for HK$598. An additional HK$248 will get you two hours of free-flow house beer, wines, Blood Mary and Pimms. Those who prefer Champagne can go for the free-flow Billecart Salmon Brut Reserve deal for HK$398. Brunch begins with the Gough’s on Gough duck egg with smoked bacon, eggy bread, and lemon syrup.
Guests can choose a roast sirloin of Devonshire beef, roast lamb leg, backed Scottish salmon, and an English spring pea and asparagus risotto for the main course. The selection of desserts include a raspberry and white chocolate mousse with cacao nib nougatine and lemon verbena. For an extra HK$128 per person, guests can enjoy a selection of seafood and a freshly prepared Boston lobster salad.
Address: 15 Gough St, Central
Take your dad for Father’s Day tapas at La Paloma for HK$350 per person. The tapas selection includes Iberico ham with crystal bread, roasted Beetroot carpaccio, beef tartar, and clams with chorizo and confit onion. The price includes an all-you-can-eat traditional roasted suckling pig, and seafood and chicken paella. Customers can upgrade their menu and enjoy 500g of Spanish rib eye with crispy potatoes and pardon peppers at HK$500 per person. Desserts include churros with vanilla ice cream and chocolate.
Address: 189 Queen’s Road West, Sai Ying Pun
Lily and Bloom
Indulge in an all-you-can-eat brunch at a price of HK$595 for adults and HK$155 for kids aged four to 11. The brunch includes a selection of hearty salads, charcuterie, a seafood bar, an omelette station, a carving station, cereals and grains, and a pastry and dessert station. For the main course, the choices are Eggs Benedict, a classic steak and eggs, a cheesy Croque Madame, or brioche French toast. The price includes a free-flow selection of cocktails and beers. For an extra HK$100, guests can enjoy free-flow Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin Brut and house red and white wines.
Address: 33 Wyndham Sreet, Central
Theo Mistral by Theo Randall
Father’s Day Brunch is HK$688 per adult and HK$388 per child (4-11 years old). The restaurant promises a memorable meal with a complimentary drink for dads and a surprise gift. Starting with Theo’s Antipasti Table, customers can enjoy Italian antipasti, salads, Minestrone soup, and freshly baked focaccia and pizza. Moving on to the Seafood Bar, guests can feast on freshly shucked oysters, baby lobsters and tuna carpaccio. Guests can then go for one of two pasta dishes from “A Taste of Theo” before choosing between roasted pork loin, marinated rack of lamb, baked salmon, pan-fried cod, and a baked cheese souffle for their main course. There will be a selection of Theo’s desserts.
Address: 70 Mody Road, Tsim Sha Tsui East
Picturesque views and delectable dishes make Harbourside at the InterContinental Hong Kong an ideal place to take Dad to. The Father’s Day Champagne brunch costs HK$998 (per adult) – with free- flow Champagne, wine, beer, and a fresh pressed juice bar – and HK$628 per child (aged 3-11) – with free- flow soft drinks and juices. When Guests aren’t occupied with the Bloody Mary Bar or the Liquid Nitrogen Sorbet Cocktails, they can indulge in handmade sushi, freshly sliced sashimi and chilled seafood. The brunch buffet also features freshly made pasta, eggs and foie gras, along with fresh meats at the carving station and a range of Asian dishes. For desserts, there are decadent choices from made-to-order crepes to mango sticky rice. The hotel has collaborated with Maserati on a “Maserati Father’s Day”. Those who spend HK$16,000 or more on June 16 or/and 17 at InterContinental restaurants will be able to test drive the Italian luxury car.
Address: Lower Level, InterContinental Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui