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10 top ways to spend Father’s Day in Hong Kong

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Father’s Day is just a few days away! Here are 10 top ways to spend the day and say thank you to the fantastic men in our families.


1  Father’s Day lunch and dinner buffet, Auberge Discovery Bay
For dinner with a view, look no further than Café bord de Mer at the Auberge Hotel. Their delicious Father’s Day buffet includes an array of seafood including snow crab legs and Singaporean wok-fried crab, plus lots of other tasty treats including a complimentary foie gras and wagyu beef burger for dads.

Lunch: Adults HK$388, Children HK$138. Dinner: Adults HK$438, Children HK$198
For more information, click here.

2  Picnic at Sam Pak Wan beach, Discovery Bay North Plaza
Grab your picnic basket and head to Sam Pak Wan beach for some sun, sea and sand. A relaxed day out with the family is just the tonic for busy dads, so make the most of the nice weather and enjoy the beautiful surroundings of DB North.

3  Dinner for the ‘coolest dad ever’ at Berliner, Berliner restaurant, D’deck
Meat-loving dads will love Berliner’s exclusive Father’s Day treat – a six-hour braised beef short rib for $285. Spend over $300 on the à la carte menu and dad can also enjoy a complimentary bottle of German beer. For more information, visit the website.


4  Father’s Day set dinner, Tai O Heritage Hotel
Catch some culture and enjoy the views at the glass-roofed Tai O Lookout restaurant at the Tai O Heritage Hotel. Dads will be given a complimentary Molton Brown gift set and each table will receive a framed instant photo. Adults and children HK$388. For reservations call 2985 8383.

5  Rent a pedal boat at Inspiration Lake, Hong Kong Disneyland Resort
Perfect for a family day out, there are lots of things to do at Inspiration Lake. Rent a pedal boat and head out on the water, hire a surrey bike and ride around the park or just kick back, relax and take in the beautiful scenery. Kids will love the water spouts in the playground too – great for cooling down on a hot day!

6  A buffet fit for a king, Regal Airport Hotel
Over in Tung Chung, the China Coast Bar + Grill is offering a variety of fresh seafood and free-flow juices at their semi-buffet brunch. Dads will receive a complimentary glass of prosecco. Adults and children HK$328. For reservations call 2286 6898.

Alternatively, you can enjoy a sumptuous seafood dinner buffet at Café Aficionado including Alaskan king crab delicacies. Adults HK$488, Child/Senior HK$388. For reservations call 2286 6238.

For other Father’s Day offers from the Regal Airport Hotel, visit the website.

7  Six-Course Chinese dinner, Hong Kong SkyCity Marriott Hotel
Known for his signature lobster king dumpling, Chinese Executive Chef Ricky Wu of Man Ho Chinese Restaurant is playing tribute to dads with an exclusive Father’s Day six-course Chinese set dinner menu. HK$1,688 for four persons. For reservations call 3969 2888.


8  BBQ Ribs and Bourbon Brunch, Lily & Bloom, Central
With a special Father’s Day menu featuring glazed ribs, hearty sausage bolognaise and delicious doughnuts, Lily & Bloom knows how to make dad happy! Famed for their cocktails, they’ve also prepared three new exclusive concoctions for dad to sample. Adults and children HK$395. For reservations call 2810 6166.

9  Father’s Day Set Dinner, Steak Frites by The Butchers Club, SoHo
Steak Frites by The Butcher’s Club is offering a number of Father’s Day options, with their signature Sunday roast lunch and brunch menus from 11am to 5pm, and a special Father’s Day set dinner in the evening. Dinner: Adults and children HK$650. Vegetarian option HK$450. For reservations call 2858 9800.

10  See Mister Maker and The Shapes live on stage, Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, Wan Chai
Kids’ favourite Mister Maker comes to town this week with his friends The Shapes for a fun-filled, live stage show. There are three shows on Father’s Day: 10:30am, 2pm and 4:30pm. For tickets go to HK Ticketing.


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