Header photo: Burger & Lobster Father’s Day set at OZONE, The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong

Father’s Day in Hong Kong

Mother’s Day has come and gone, and now it’s Dad’s turn to be treated like a king on Father’s Day, which this year falls on Sunday, 18 June. Here are Foodie’s top picks for wining and dining your dear old daddy:

Bean Curious – monthly coffee subscription

With this gift subscription, Dad will receive a wide range of coffee beans from around the world each month. The beans are roasted fresh right here in Hong Kong by Bean Curious’ master roaster, with options of light or dark roast. Other coffee-focused gift ideas offered up by Bean Curious include grinders and handmills, drip bags and even packs of rare auction coffees. Click here to start shopping for the java lover in your life!

When: ongoing

How much: HK$360 for a 3-month subscription; HK$918 for a 6-month subscription

To order: order online


DALLOYAU – Daddy’s coffee-chocolate tar

This historic French patisserie has come up trumps with this striking tart for Father’s Day, ideal if Dad has a sweet tooth. DALLOYAU’s coffee-chocolate tart features a combination of silky mousse crafted with Swiss coffee beans that are soaked overnight in cream and white chocolate, 66% crispy dark chocolate, coffee sponge biscuit, mascarpone cheese cream and a crisp tart base. On top is a chocolate plate depicting a superhero dad and his child. Bless…

Where: branches around town; click here for locations

When: pre-order until 15 June 2023

How much: HK$438

To order: order online


FRITES – beer ‘n’ burger combo

Keep it simple this Father’s Day with this beer-and-burger pairing presented by ever-popular Belgian beerhouse FRITES. The Rich Man’s Burger is loaded with the works – applewood-smoked Cheddar, fried egg, caramelised onion and bacon – and is perfectly matched with an ice-cold pint of Stella Artois. There’s a pile of fries too, if Dad needs a few more carbs to feel satiated.

Where: branches around town; click here for locations

When: Sunday, 18 June 2023

How much: HK$225

For reservations: book online


GRAIN – Bottomless Roast menu

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Dad will be fed (and possibly watered) for the day with GRAIN’s all-you-can-eat roast menu on Father’s Day that comes with unlimited comforting starters, sides and desserts – a great option for family feasting. For the sharing roast main – the star of the show – the options are Ibérico pork shoulder or Australian M4 Wagyu rib-eye. After Dad has taken his last bites of 72% chocolate mousse and strawberry meringue for afters, it’s time for a snooze…

Where: 3–5 New Praya, Kennedy Town

When: Sunday, 18 June 2023, 12–8pm

How much: HK$380/adult (+HK$288 for free-flow Prosecco and craft beer); HK$150/child aged 5–11

For reservations: book online


OZONE at The Ritz-Carlton – Father’s Day set for 4

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The brand-new Burger & Lobster addition to OZONE is serving up a limited-time B&L Giant Combo in honour of the big man himself. The set meal feeds up to four diners and includes an oversized burger, an extra-large lobster roll and two whole lobsters. Dad will also be treated to a martini crafted by OZONE’s expert mixology team.

Where: 118/F, The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong, International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, Kowloon

When: 12–18 June 2023, 12–2:15pm, 6–10pm

How much: HK$2,088

For reservations: phone 2263 2270 or book online


Soulgood Bakery – Father’s Day Basque cheesecake gift set

Foodie and Father's Day, Hong Kong

Basque cheesecake specialist Soulgood Bakery has created a fab gift set in collaboration with two home-grown brands, Perfume Trees Gin and Urban Coffee Roaster (UCR). The centrepiece of the set is a limited-edition five-inch Tipsy Tiramisu Basque burnt cheesecake, made with sugar-free coffee liqueur Pale Ink (which has a base of PT gin) combined with UCR’s Ethiopian light-roast speciality coffee. Also included is a bottle of Pale Ink and two UCR drip bags. Cheesecake + gin + coffee = Father’s Day heaven!

Where: Shop B201–39, B2/F, K11 MUSEA, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, TST

When: pre-order until 15 June 2023

How much: HK$888

To order: order online


The Steak House at Regent Hong Kong – Father’s Day brunch

Newly relaunched The Steak House is exceptionally open for brunch this Father’s Day as a special treat for all the meat-loving dads out there. The four-course brunch menu kicks off with the restaurant’s iconic salad bar laden with salads galore and premium European cheeses and charcuterie, followed by a starter of either Canadian lobster bisque or free-range scrambled egg with Oscietra caviar. The main course (the charcoal-grilled USDA Prime rib-eye, tenderloin or NY strip is a given) comes with a choice of side, and then there’s a sumptuous sweet corner (plus coffee or tea) for afters.

Where: G/F, Regent Hong Kong, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, TST

When: Sunday, 18 June 2023, 11:30am–2:30pm

How much: HK$1,288/adult (+HK$438 for 3-hour free-flow champagne and red and white wine); HK$888/child aged 4–11 (includes free-flow OJ, soft drinks and mocktails)

For reservations: phone 2313 2313 or book online


TMK – Big Daddy Energy Brunch

Foodie and Father's Day, Hong Kong

Does your dad love music, temaki and beer? If so, treat your dad to TMK’s Big Dad Energy Brunch featuring free-flow “big ass” maki and a new signature dubbed the TMK BigMAK. This creative dish turns the classic burger on its head, substituting the bun for rice; it comes in two varieties – salmon avocado and Wagyu beef. Funky Father’s Day!

Where: branches in Quarry Bay, Sheung Wan and Wanchai; click here for locations

When: Sunday, 18 June 2023, 11:30am–3pm

How much: HK$248/person; +HK$168/person for free-flow sake, wine and beer

For reservations: book online


WHISK at The Mira – Caviar Brunch

Foodie and Father's Day, Hong Kong

Chef William Lau will be serving up his quarterly Caviar Brunch at WHISK this Father’s Day, a decadent six-course French-Japanese menu highlighted by 30g of Daurenki Royal Caviar accompanied by the chef’s homemade buckwheat blinis and classic condiments. Other caviar-gilded dishes to look forward to include chawanmushi with black maitake and Oscietra caviar and pan-fried Hokkaido scallop with Sevruga caviar sauce. If that’s still not enough indulgence for one day, there are free-flow add-on options aplenty – including bottomless freshly shucked oysters!

Where: 5/F, The Mira Hong Kong, Mira Place, 118–130 Nathan Road, TST

When: Sunday, 18 June 2023, 12–3pm

How much: HK$768/person; +HK$168/person for all-you-can-eat freshly shucked oysters; +HK$218 for all-you-can-eat freshly shucked oysters, free-flow wine and soft drinks; HK$288/person for free-flow G.H. Mumm NV champagne, wine and soft drinks

For reservations: WhatsApp 6273 3588 or book online


Zuma – Father’s Day weekend brunch

Zuma’s modern Japanese brunch experience is always a winner, but this Father’s Day, they’ve upped the ante to include a special dish of robata-grilled Japanese A5 Wagyu rib-eye. The restaurant’s signature brunch also features a starter buffet where the likes of spicy fried tofu with Japanese herbs and lime soy, shrimp and veg tempura and grilled chicken wings with sea salt and lime are yours for the taking, followed by a selection of top-of-the-line sushi and sashimi and a choice of decadent main (perhaps roast lobster with shiso and ponzu butter or Ibérico pork with yuzu kosho and truffle sauce). Free-flow options are also available.

Where: 5/F & 6/F, LANDMARK, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central

When: 17–18 June 2023, from 11am (2.5-hour seating)

How much: from HK$858/adult for food only; HK$350/child aged 4–10; +HK$688 for 100g Japanese A5 Wagyu rib-eye

For reservations: phone 3657 6388 or book online


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