Dads dine free at The Song of India
Father’s Day weekend brunch ($46.90++) at one-Michelin-starred The Song of India will shine a spotlight on the regional delicacies of Northern India like Lucknowi Chicken Briyani and Kashmiri Lotus Root Korma in a generous buffet. Dinner that weekend ($79++) will be a four-course affair featuring the restaurant’s signature dishes like Hyderabadi Lamb Shish and homemade Rose Gulkand Kulfi. The best part is, dads dine free on 17 June, Sunday, at both brunch and dinner for groups of four diners.
Available 16-17 June, brunch seatings at 11.30am and 1.30pm, dinner from 6pm-11pm.
Nothing says “I love you” like fine wine and good meat. For $200, premium online butcher The Meat Club will deliver 700g of Frenched Lamb Rack, 400g of 100% Grass Fed Eye Fillet, Free Range Pork Chorizo Sausages and a King Salmon Fillet along with three specially chosen Chilean wines from Marques de Casa: the silky and fruity Chardonnay 2016, dark plummy Carmenere 2015 and Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 with its deep smoky flavours to go with the meats.
The Father’s Day hamper is available for purchase here.
On 17 June, take your beer-loving dad to Andaz Singapore for two hours of free-flow draft beer like Singapore Blonde Ale and Ki Siao Brown Ale by Archipelago Brewery at Alley on 25 (pictured in banner), or unlimited pints of Andaz Pale Ale at 665°F and Mr Stork for just $25. For fathers who prefer beers by the bottle, they can opt for a bucket of any five beers of their choice from a selection of Andaz Pale Ale, Asahi Super Dry Lager, Tiger Beer, Love Wild IPA, Hitachino Nest White Ale, BLK 622 Dark Ale and 1945 Pilsner, also for $25.
This Father’s Day promotion will be available on 17 June at Alley on 25 from 11am to 10pm, 665°F from 6pm to 10pm, and Mr Stork from 5pm to 12am.
Le Binchotan’s chef-owner Jeremmy Chiam puts together a three-course dinner ($45++) that’ll sate the heartiest of appetites with his signature smoky dishes cooked over a Japanese binchotan and a specially conceptualised main course inspired by his own father’s favourite dish. Thirsty dads would definitely appreciate the optional course-by-course Balvenie whisky pairing (additional $40++) that will both contrast and complement the flavours presented in the menu.
Available from 11-16 June for dinner.
Put your padre to the test
Think your dad can take the heat? Fun-loving Mexican joints Lower East Side 45 and Lower East Side Katong have created a special tasting set of five chalupitas topped with tender turkey, green sauce, coriander and onions (S$18++). To spice up the Father’s Day celebration this year, diners can put their dads to the test with a special challenge: every father that finishes the chalupitas with the super spicy Mexican habanero chilli pepper will get the set complimentary and receive an official certification and bragging rights. Only for the brave of heart.
Available 11-16 June.
Indulge your dad with a sumptuous Cantonese meal specially curated by executive Chinese chef Lai Chi Sum of Yàn. Six- and 10-course set lunch and dinner menus are available for groups of four to 10 diners. The Fathers’ Day set menus feature signature dishes like Yàn Peking Duck, Signature Roast Crispy Suckling Pig served three ways, Braised “Mee Pok” With Fresh Mushroom And Homemade XO Sauce, and House Special Pork Ribs With Black Olive.
Available for lunch and dinner from 8-17 June, six courses at $98++ per person for a minimum of four to six diners; and 10 courses at $108++ per person for a minimum of six to 10 diners.