Father’s Day Article Sydney
Scrap the meaningless box of chocolates, striped ties, silver-plated cufflinks, and gift cards this Father’s Day. Show your father how much he really means by treating him to a nice, hearty meal instead. I mean, it’s the least we can do for them seeing as they do pretty much everything for us twenty-four seven, without any arguments whatsoever.
Sydney’s breathtaking views accompanied by the outstanding staff and freshly cooked food will provide your Father with a special day that he will cherish forever. Check out these options below, and don’t forget to book your tables in advance!
‘Guy Tea’ at Sir Stamford, Circular Quay
High tea, the most traditional and elegant way to treat your mother to a special afternoon has now been transformed into a male-friendly option at Sir Stamford, with offerings such as fresh Sydney rock oysters, juicy pulled pork sliders, dry-spice marinated lamb cutlets and slow-cooked Wagyu beef on olive toast, to name a few. The tea offer even comes with a whiskey tasting or a Peroni each, all for the price of 59 AUD.
- Mr. Wong, CBD
Hong Kong’s famous yum cha dishes are brought to Sydney at Mr. Wong, CBD, where the iconic Cantonese dim sum is served from 10:30 am to 3:00 pm for the upcoming Father’s Day celebration. The menu consists of almost sixty deluxe dishes that will make you feel like you’re actually in China!
Manta Restaurant, Woolloomooloo
Treat your father to a spectacular hand-picked menu at Manta Restaurant, where you can start off having a drink at the waterfront bar and lounge before you proceed to your table. At your table, you will be presented with the chef’s picks in a tasting banquet, with a range of dishes such as baked half shell scallops, split king prawns, a raw tasting plate of freshly shucked oysters, and sweet pavlova, for the generous price of 79 AUD each.
Hurricane’s Grill Top Ryde City
In the mood for a classic steak and barbecue? You can’t go wrong with taking your father to Hurricane’s Grill this Father’s Day, as they will spoil your father as much as possible with their succulent signature dishes: flame grilled pork, lamb and beef ribs, beef steak, BBQ chicken, and grass-fed burgers. This option is perfect for a meat-lover who will want to indulge in their celebration.
For a more elegant night out, reserve a table at Tetsuya’s, the French-Asian fusion restaurant overlooking a beautifully kept Japanese garden. The dinner is served at 230 AUD per person, with exquisite options such as a roasted scampi tail with vanilla, confit of ocean trout and celery and apple salad, miso cured duck breast with sunflower kernels and leek, and wagyu sirloin with wild mushrooms and purple kale, to name a few.
Pooja Sadhwani is an upcoming third-year student at New York University studying Media, Culture, and Communications with a dual major in Journalism. She was born in New Jersey and later moved to Hong Kong when she was about nine years old. When you don’t see her studying or working at her Ovolo Internship, you will find her hanging out with her friends and exploring the new attractions that the city of Hong Kong has to offer.