Looking for Father’s Day restaurant ideas? On Sunday, 19 June 2022, it’s time to celebrate the best man in your life – or whoever that figure is for you. Dads might say they don’t need to do anything special for Father’s Day, but it’s always a good idea to show them some love. And for most, a great meal is a non-negotiable. Here are our favourite Father’s Day restaurants with special menus for the annual celebration of the person who guides, showers love (be it silent or voiced), and supports us!

Kyoto Joe — Wagyu buffet, Central

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Kyoto Joe’s A4 Sendai Wagyu (© Kyoto Joe)

It’s no exaggeration to say that Tokyo Joe’s A4 Sendai Wagyu dinner buffet will be a wagyu feast. Get the A4 Sendai Wagyu Roll, spicy salmon tartare, tender, juicy sous vide abalone, king crab salad, and a selection of sashimi at the appetizer counter; enjoy charred wagyu short rib and Miyazaki pork sausage, and fried shrimp shooter at the grill; and indulge in baked lobster, seafood hot pot, wagyu sirloin, and unagi fried rice for mains. End off with a dessert platter for the whole table.

When: 19 June 2022, 6:30pm – 9:30pm
Where: 23/F, California Tower, 30-36 D’Aguilar St, Lan Kwai Fong, Central
Price: HK$688 per adult, HK$388 per child (between 80-120cm tall). For free-flow, add $368 for Champagne, wine sake, beer, and soft drinks or $208 for prosecco, sake, beer, and soft drinks.
Book: Online or call 2804 6800

Bathers — Casual beachside British, Lantau Island

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Bathers offers unhindered ocean views (© Bathers)

Bathers doesn’t have a menu dedicated to Father’s Day, but if you’re looking to make the whole family happy, its beachside location and modern British food with international variety will get the job done. Adults will enjoy the charcuterie platter, hot seafood platter, seasonal oysters, chargrilled Wagyu, beer battered Barramundi, or grassfed rib-eye… and kids will love the cheeseburger, sweet potato fries, and mac & cheese croquettes. Throw in a wine or draft beer from their extensive drinks menu, and it’s sure to be a happy Father’s Day.

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When: Every day
Where: 32 Lower Cheung Sha Village, South Lantau
Price: À la carte
Book: Online or call 2504 4788

HUE — Australian set lunch, Tsim Sha Tsui

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Wagyu tartare starter from HUE’s Father’s Day lunch menu (© HUE)

HUE is serving up beautiful views of the harbour and a 3-course set Father’s Day lunch special. Pair the menu with the set coffee or tea, or go premium with the free-flow package which comes with Taittinger Brut Reserve Champagne, HUE’s Bloody Mary, and 10 choices of wine. For starters, a highlight is the beef tartare with bone marrow that’s been roasted in tobacco leaf for smokiness. For mains, you have to try the pigeon cooked in hay that’s served with beetroot that’s been roasted in coffee beans. For desserts, you have four choices including a light profiterole and Catalan cream topped with lychee sorbet.

When: 19 June 2022, 11:30am (first seating) and 1:45pm (second seating)
Where: Hong Kong Museum of Art, 1/F, 10 Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui
Price: HK$780 per person. Add $360 for free-flow.
Book: Online or call 3500 5888

GRAIN — Roast with unlimited starters and sides, Kennedy Town

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Sides, starters, and mains from GRAIN’s Father’s Day roast (© GRAIN)

Kennedy Town’s Gweilo beer destination, GRAIN, has put together a roast meal offer for Father’s Day that’s difficult to beat as far as option and PC value. From 12pm until 5pm, get two hours of unlimited starters, sides, and desserts with one main. For mains, you have a choice between slow-roasted premium Te Mana Lamb shoulder and roasted M5 Wagyu tri-tip with beer-braised ox cheek. Dishes you have unlimited access to include baked ricotta Danish, Breakfast Pinsa pizza, hummus with radishes, avocado salad, roast potatoes with buttermilk, mini pecan pies, and custard apple pie. You also have the option to add $230 for free-flow selected beers and prosecco.

When: 19 June 2022, 12pm to 5pm
Where: Shop 1, New Fortune House, 3-5 New Praya, Kennedy Town
Price: HK$360 per person. Add $230 for two-hour free-flow.
Book: Online or call 3500 5870

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The Chinese Library — Sichuan-inspired tasting menu, Central

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The Chinese Library offers a nine-dish tasting menu this Father’s Day (© The Chinese Library)

The Chinese Library, inspired by the founder’s huge collection of Chinese cookbooks, has curated a 9-dish Sichuan-inspired Father’s Day restaurant special. As expected from the restaurant famous for silken tofu ‘chrysanthemum flower’ and black garlic siu mai, the offerings are innovative and play on classics. Highlights include comforting taro and scallop puff mushroom har gow, refreshing chilled “jade flower” in Sichuan pepper essence, baked pork rib with turmeric, and tofu panna cotta in a tangy mango sauce.

When: 18 – 19 June 2022
Where: Police Headquarters Block 01, Tai Kwun, 10 Hollywood Rd, Central
Price: HK$888 per person
Book: Online or call 2848 3088

Alva House — Chinese & Japanese buffet, Sha Tin

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Alva House’s Japanese seafood buffet (© Alva Hotel)

We’ve all done it, and there’s no shame in it. If you’re not sure what dad would like to have, just take him to a buffet! Alva Hotel’s Alva House is loved for its Japanese and Chinese buffet, with fresh oysters and sashimi, slow-cooked roasts, robata grill, and tempura. The ‘Pampering Weekend Brunch Buffet’ in the morning and afternoon and ‘Freshness Fiesta Lobster and Crab Dinner Buffet’ in the evening will please all tastebuds. Every dad who comes for the Father’s Day dinner special will receive a complimentary baked cheese Boston lobster and a glass of draught beer.

When: 18 – 19 June 2022, 11:15am – 1:45pm / 2:15pm – 4:45pm (brunch buffet) and 5:30pm – 7:30pm / 8pm – 10pm (dinner buffet)
Where: 1/F, Alva Hotel, 1 Yuen Hong St, Sha Tin
Price: HK$588 for adults, HK$368 for children (brunch buffet) and HK$788 for aduts, HK$458 for children (dinner buffet)
Book: Online or call 2661 1161

Holt’s Café — Father’s Day brunch, Tsim Sha Tsui

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Holt’s Café’s signature seafood platter will replace oysters with half of a Boston lobster for Father’s Day (© Holt’s Café)

Contemporary tea house at the Rosewood hotel, Holt’s Café, is offering a decidedly Western-leaning Father’s Day restaurant special. The limited edition brunch is only available on the day, when you’ll be greeted with a seafood platter of Boston lobster, king crab, and king prawns. Then enjoy four small appetizers, soup, and choice of main with European mainstays like beef bourguignon made with beef cheek, lobster benedict, and risotto with king prawns. Coffee or tea is then served with a delicate Paris Brest or caramel cheesecake.

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When: 19 June 2022
Where: 2/F, Rosewood Hong Kong, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui
Price: HK$888 per adult, HK$490 per child ages 6-12. For two-hour free-flow, add $150 for prosecco or beer, or $268 for prosecco and red or white wine.
Book: Book online or call 3891 8732

Meats — Smokehouse brunch, Central

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‘Exclusively for Fathers’ rump steak (© Meats)

If your dad appreciates a good cut of steak, your search for a Father’s Day restaurant has ended. Soho smokehouse Meats is offering a perfectly grilled rump steak with truffle butter, roasted garlic, and potatoes appropriately named “Exclusively for Fathers”. The rest of the group will be able to enjoy signature brunch items like Meats’ fish tacos, wagyu carpaccio, rotisserie chicken, and Cauliflower Bum Bum dressed with cashew miso sauce, pomegranate seeds, and dukkah. Add $198 per person for ‘Dad’s Favourite Free-flow’!

When: 19 June 2022
Where: G/F, Soho 28, 30 Staunton St, Central
Price: HK$348 per person for Father’s Day Brunch. Add on $198 for free-flow.
Book: Online or call 2711 1812

Hutong — Northern Chinese dinner, Tsim Sha Tsui

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Hutong’s dreamy new home has beautiful sunset views (© Hutong)

Fine dining vibes, mouth-tingling Northern Chinese cuisine, and a near 180-degree view of the harbour during sunset? Hutong has put together a Father’s Day dinner tasting menu with 10 dishes. Razor clams have been steeped in rose wine sauce, their signature charcoal yu xiang crispy pork dumpling is ever-present, and if dad likes punchy flavours, he’ll love the drunken chicken with whisky and black pepper tiger prawns with golden garlic.

When: 17 – 19 June 2022
Where: 18/F, H Zentre, 15 Middle Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui
Price: HK$4,388 for 4 people
Book: Online or call 3428 8342

Morton’s The Steakhouse — Surf & turf lunch, Tsim Sha Tsui

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Comforting steak and seafood lunch (© Morton’s The Steakhouse)

There’s something about a land/sea duo that just says ‘special occasion’. Morton’s The Steakhouse knows this well, and are offering an all-day à la carte menu, as well as Steak & Seafood set only available for Father’s Day lunch. American classics are dotted all over the lunch menu, with starters like lobster bisque or jumbo shrimp cocktail, mains like baked lobster tail, bacon wrapped sea scallops, or New York Strip, and desserts like key lime pie and creme brulee.

When: 19 June 2022, 11am – 2:30pm (lunch) and dinner 5pm – 10pm (dinner)
Where: The Sheraton Hotel Hong Kong, 4th Level, 20 Nathan Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui
Price: HK$888 (Steak & Seafood Father’s Day special)
Book: Online or call 2732 2343

Header image credits: GRAIN

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Born in Canada, Danielle is deep diving into the things that make Hong Kong a city of intermingling identities, and bridging the information gap as someone trying to navigate the city herself as a cultural inbetweener. Sometimes this means examining culture and local people’s stories, and other times it means drinking all the milk tea and doing walking explorations of peripheral districts.

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