Seven best places to eat on Father’s Day

Seven best places to eat on Father’s Day

Treat the most important man in your life this Father’s Day. We have done the guesswork for you and compiled six of the best dining places to go this Sunday.

Seven best places to eat on Father’s Day

Min Jiang

Go for a traditional dim sum meal on Father’s Day. Rediscover your favourite dim sum treats and sample the signature crispy duck  and Kurobuta cutlet in black pepper sauce.

Celebrate Father’s Dayat GRAZE. Treat Dad to platters of roast meats, seafood and special desserts  You have the choice of a la carte items or customised set menus. A free flow of drinks comes with the Father’s Day menus and there are prizes to be won in a special raffle draw!

One Ninety

Take your father to the International Buffet at One Ninety. There will be an array of seafood, Scottish fish, sushi, sashimi, foie gras  and assorted grilled dishes. The live cooking stations will add excitement to your dining. A chocolate cigar will be given to fathers.

Seven best places to eat on Father’s Day

The Square

This modern restaurant has an interactive cooking experience where you can interact with the chefs and have their desired dish prepared in the open kitchen, as they move through the different stations.This year spoil your dad every weekend this June at Novotel Singapore Clarke Quay! Your dad dines for free at The SQUARE with every 4 diners.

Serenity Spanish Bar and Restaurant

Celebrate Father’s Day in style at Serenity. Treat your dad with signature Spanish dishes such as tapas and paella, as well delicious servings of Wagyu beef. Don’t forget to check out Serenity’s selection of fine wines too.

Big Fish Bistro

Make it a special day for Dad at Big Fish Bistro. Good food and warm hospitality combine to make it a memorable celebration in a casual atmosphere. Enjoy seafood favourites such as mussels and fish and chips, while Big Fish’s “open” kitchen concept will give you a peek into the kitchen.

Café Mosaic

The Weekend High Tea Buffet spread includes appetisers such as sashimi, dim sum, freshly baked scones and sandwiches and roasted pork belly. End your meal with the Carlton Hotel’s signature Durian Pastries.

By Eeleen Lee editor of Kidlander.

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Felicia Chin

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