The best way to celebrate Father's Day in Singapore? Treat dad to an amazing meal!
So it’s your turn to treat daddy dearest this year? Here are all the epic feasts happening for Father’s Day in Singapore on 19 June. From boozy brunches to juicy steaks, it’s gonna be amazing. Just pick a place and roll with it!
Best restaurants for Father’s Day in Singapore
1. Estate at Hilton Singapore Orchard
18 – 19 June 2022
There’s no better way to celebrate dear dad than with a sumptuous buffet, and Estate sure delivers on that. Think charcuterie, sashimi, sushi and all the freshly shucked oysters your heart desires. Asian and Western handcrafted noodles are also served, but we say don’t miss out on the wok, fry and barbecue selection. Stuff yourself silly with black truffle roasted duck, Szechuan-style chicken, meat skewers and honey soy-glazed Australian short ribs. When you’re finally done with the savouries, move on to desserts like cheesecake and mango-infused jasmine cake.
Psst: if a champagne brunch (from $158/adult, $79/child) is more of dad’s style, book a table at the restaurant on Father’s Day itself for a stunning spread of seafood, foie gras, wagyu prime rib, beef wellington and more.
Estate at Hilton Singapore Orchard, 6.30pm – 10.30pm for the dinner buffet, from $118/adult and $59/child; Level 5, 333 Orchard Road, Singapore 238867
2. Ginger at Parkroyal on Beach Road
1 – 30 June 2022
In the mood for Peranakan? Head to this halal-certified dining destination for a lush buffet spread. From buah keluak fried rice and stir-fried laksa to Nonya curry chicken and braised wagyu beef rendang, the feast has plenty to fill you up. End off with bubur cha cha for bites of sweet potato, yam and sago swimming in coconut milk. If you’re celebrating good ‘ol dad, make your reservation in June. All fathers will enjoy a complimentary wagyu beef don with onsen egg and dine for free (accompanied by three paying guests).
Ginger at Parkroyal on Beach Road, 12pm – 2.30pm or 6pm – 10pm, from $49/adult and $24.50/child; 7500 Beach Road, Singapore 199591
3. Mott 32
17 – 19 June 2022
If you’re going for contemporary Chinese, you can’t go wrong with a meal at this elegant restaurant. The spectacular four-course menu starts with a barbecued platter and premium dim sum platter showcasing items like double-glazed barbecued pluma Iberico pork and the quail egg, Iberico pork and black truffle siu mai. Next up is the luxe fish maw, conpoy and garoupa soup.
For mains, take your pick from a selection of king prawns with fresh scallop and minced pork, white asparagus with crab meat, or wok-fried black cod. Finally, dessert is a combination of guava soup with sago and pomelo, served with a mango and coconut glutinous rice roll.
Mott 32, from $128/person; B1-42-44, The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956
4. Fat Cow
13 – 20 June 2022
For an exquisite Japanese meal to celebrate the man of the hour, head to Fat Cow. The special three-course lunch set shines a spotlight on a classic dish made with Miyazaki wagyu. The star of the show is a beautifully marbled steak that’s grilled and topped with shishito peppers, served with a house-made ginger sauce. To accompany the main, you’ll enjoy kanpachi yuanyaki (grilled fish fillet), the restaurant’s signature “fat rice” (made with kombu, truffle and wagyu fat), mixed vegetable stew and momotaro salad. End it off with sakura panna cotta and a scoop of peach ice cream.
Fat Cow, from $118/person; #01-01/02, Camden Medical Centre, 1 Orchard Boulevard, Singapore 248649
5. Racines at Sofitel Singapore City Centre
19 June 2022
Make a date with dad for a semi-buffet brunch at Racines. If he’s a fan of seafood, he’ll love the platter of fresh oysters, little neck clams, chilled Hokkaido clams and rock lobster. After you’re done nibbling on unlimited cheese varieties, charcuterie, sushi and dim sum, it’s time to pick your choice of main. Standouts include French chicken, slow-cooked lamb shoulder and angus steak frites.
Next up? Dessert! The sharing platter comes stacked with the likes of tiramisu, macarons, apple brioche and scones. You can also pop by the live station for Belgian waffles with ice cream or crepes suzette.
Racines at Sofitel Singapore City Centre, 12pm – 3pm, from $138/adult and $69/child; 9 Wallich Street, Singapore 078885
19 June 2022
Brunch with a view? Heck yeah! Treat dad to a sky-high Sunday champagne brunch filled with goodies like quattro formaggi pizza, foie gras with brioche, buttermilk fried chicken and baby back ribs. Sweet tooths will be pleased by the spread of desserts, featuring themed cookie cream donuts, red velvet muffins, tiramisu, profiteroles and more. It’ll be a feast to remember for sure, ‘cos guests also get to take home a customised Lavo beer mug.
Lavo, 12pm – 3pm, from $118/adult and $38/child; Level 57, Tower 1, Marina Bay Sands, 10 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018956
7. Town Restaurant at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore
19 June 2022
Wear your loosest pants for this Father’s Day brunch spread in Singapore, where you’ll savour a selection of international and local flavours. Think caviar, fresh seafood on ice, Hong Kong-style roast meat dishes, Indian curries and loads more. If you’re feeling generous, throw in a top-up for free-flow champagne, wines, beers and cocktails.
Town Restaurant at The Fullerton Hotel Singapore, 12pm – 3pm, from $148/adult and $65/child; 1 Fullerton Square, Singapore 049178
8. Les Bouchons
13 – 19 June 2022
Does dad love a good steak? Take him to Les Bouchons for a casual chic dinner. The special on the menu is the Papa wagyu d-rump beefsteak feast ($108) that feeds two. Tuck into the chargrilled meat with sides of free-flow fries, two salad bowls and sweet roasted French tomatoes. Complete the meal with a glass of red – just top up $148 (U.P. $198) for a bottle of Chateau Cantemerle, Haut Medoc 2018. Or order the June-exclusive Godfather cocktail ($12) for a blend of Frangelico, soda water, mint leaves and brown sugar.
Les Bouchons, multiple locations including Ann Siang (13 to 18 June), Robertson Quay and Rochester (14 to 19 June)
Take your pick from our dining guide to celebrate Father’s Day in Singapore!