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Father’s Day 2024: Best menus, afternoon teas, and festive sweets in Hong Kong

By Natalie Or 11 June 2024

Header image courtesy of JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong

On Sunday, 16 June, we’ll be celebrating the dads in our lives. What better way to show our appreciation than by inviting them to share a nice meal with the whole family? You’ll be showing your love and support, all the while creating new memories together! As usual, restaurants have risen to the occasion, with Father’s Day menus, afternoon teas, and festive sweets on offer all around town. Here are some of our favourite places to eat for Father’s Day 2024.

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Photo: Oyster Wine and Bar

Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel and Towers

On 15 and 16 June, The Café at Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel and Towers will be serving a Father’s Day lunch and dinner buffet. The spread includes tender Boston lobsters, freshly shucked oysters, chilled seafood, and an extensive range of authentic Chinese delicacies. Fathers who dine at The Café will receive an exclusive Father’s Day puff as a show of appreciation. Bookings made here will enjoy a 15 percent discount.

Over at Oyster & Wine Bar, enjoy the Father’s Day Sunday brunch on 16 June. While enjoying the harbour views, you can savour the delights of freshly shucked oysters, succulent chilled seafood, assorted cold cuts, made-to-order hot mains, and bottomless wine and bubbles of your choice. What’s more, each table celebrating Father’s Day will receive a complimentary foie gras pâté, a glass of whisky, and a complimentary hazelnut chocolate cigar! Book your table here.

Looking to celebrate your dad with a delivery of a delicious cake? Cake & Wine Shop is offering the Father’s Day black truffle chocolate Saint-Honoré cake available to order until 14 June. The softness of the custard and the nuttiness of the truffles will linger in your father’s mind until at least next year. Order here.

From 14 to 16 June, Morton’s The Steakhouse will serve an extra-special 18-ounce dry-aged Kansas City strip with thick cut onion rings and truffle aioli. Paired with a special Father’s Day cocktail, The Rare Bird, the celebration is complete. The drink is a blend of Wild Turkey whiskey, coffee liqueur, vermouth, and angostura bitters.

The Café, 2/F, Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers, 20 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Oyster & Wine Bar, 18/F, Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers, 20 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Cake & Wine Shop, 2/F, Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers, 20 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Morton’s The Steakhouse, 4/F, Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers, 20 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Regent Hotels

The Lobby Lounge at the Regent will be serving a Father’s Day afternoon tea set on 16 June. The ensemble includes the 100% Cacao, a pre-baked cacao sable tart with chocolate almond, stuffed cacao nibs, jelly made from fresh cacao fruit flesh, sobacha caramel, and whipped ganache. Inspired by the cacao pod, this layered, rich concoction serves four to six people. Get yours here.

Awarded two Michelin stars, Lai Ching Heen specialises in refined Cantonese cuisine. On 15 and 16 June, Lai Ching Heen will provide an eight-course dinner menu, featuring golden stuffed crab shell with crab meat, braised fresh whole three-head abalone accompanied by tofu sachets with seafood in oyster jus, and sumptuous wok-fried Kagoshima Wagyu with lily bulbs and cauliflower mushrooms. Find out more here.

The Lobby Lounge, G/F, Regent Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Lai Ching Heen, G/F, Regent Hong Kong, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui


Is your dad a meat and wine lover? Invite him to a dinner at Lucciola, where you will find delicacies such as braised Wagyu beef cheek with Madagascar green pepper, pistachio crust, mashed potatoes, baby carrot, and gravy and spaghetti with fresh oyster and lardo ham sauce and smoked herring caviar. The drinks menu has a wide selection of red, white, and sparkling wines. If you are leaning towards a weekend brunch, you will indulge in classics such as prime US beef rib-eye steak with wild rocket, Vesuvian datterino tomatoes, and aged Modena balsamic vinegar, and Wagyu beef carpaccio with Hari sauce, Castelmagno, and arugula. Learn more here.

Lucciola, 1/F, The Hari Hong Kong, 330 Lockhart Road, Wan Chai

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JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong

An exclusive Father’s Day cake is now available on JW Marriott’s online boutique. Dolce 88’s white coffee cheese gâteau is adorned with a cowboy hat, glasses made of milk chocolate, and a mustache cut-out. On the inside is a light mocha sponge cake with Madagascar vanilla milk pudding, blended with white coffee cheese crémeux. Find out more here.

Can you resist the temptation of a succulent tomahawk steak? Bring your father to Flint and enjoy the refreshing scallop and pear tartare, a hearty pumpkin soup, and a gigantic, scrumptious main course—the Australian Stockyard Black Angus beef tomahawk served with fried chips, asparagus, wild mushroom fricassée, and truffle jus. The mandatory sweet note is a handcrafted mandarin chocolate cake. Book your table here.

For seafood lovers and an alfresco experience, head to Fish Bar, where the menu features delicacies like langoustine ceviche, a refreshing summer dish paired with langoustine crisps, pistachio avocado purée, and melon. In addition to the ceviche, try the langoustine risotto and the courgette roll with langoustine mousse. Since the restaurant only uses sustainably sourced langoustine, you’ll be making a conscious choice. Click here to book.

JW Café is the perfect venue for large family celebrations and gatherings. Several premium Wagyu beef delicacies are on offer at JW Café on 15 and 16 June. Among them, you can choose from seared A5 Wagyu beef sushi, Wagyu beef wrapped in fried garlic and teriyaki sauce, Wagyu beef sukiyaki, and delectable carvings like roasted Australian beef Wagyu tomahawk and Wagyu sirloin. Premium seafood, such as fresh sashimi and nigiri sushi, will be provided in the dinner buffet. Don’t miss this opportunity to enjoy the mesmerising mingle of Asian and Western dishes. Find out more here.

Flint, 5/F, JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty

Fish Bar, 7/F, JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty

JW Café, 5/F, JW Marriott Hotel Hong Kong, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty

Bayfare Social. Photo: Rosewood Hong Kong

Bayfare Social

Bayfare Social, the Spanish restaurant at the Rosewood Hong Kong, is revamping its menu to cater to dads. On 16 June, you can enjoy the refreshing and vibrant flavours of the Mediterranean region with delights such as Gillardeau oysters with smoked paprika and pickled dressing, chicken croquette with lemon aioli and Espelette pepper, and sea urchin potato salad with green pea salad. Book here.

Bayfare Social, 5/F, Rosewood Hong Kong, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Salisterra. Photo: Upper House

The Upper House

On 15 and 16 June, a Father’s Day brunch set is available at Salisterra. The brunch menu starts with a generous serving of five shared appetisers for the table: cured meats, mezze selection of muhammara, hummus, kalamata olives, feta cheese, pita bread, Spanish croquetas, caprese salad, and shakshuka. Highlights of the main course selection are the pan-fried rib-eye steak, lobster stuffed with tomato and orzo, and porchetta, as well as vegetarian options such as the meloso rice with roasted morel mushrooms and fava beans. The brunch set will end with delectable desserts such as the crème Catalana, whiskey fondant, and phyllo milk pie.

Salisterra, 49/F, The Upper House, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty

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Throughout weekends in June and until Sunday 16, Umami is serving the Wagyu Beef-tastic tasting trio. The menu encompasses sumptuous Wagyu beef from Japan, Australia, and South Africa, including Australian M5 Wagyu tataki, teppanyaki South African M5 Wagyu beef roll with garlic and spring onion, and teppanyaki A5 Wagyu cubes with wasabi gravy sauce. Enjoy a complimentary glass of red wine. Find out more here.

Umami, 1/F, Le Méridien Hong Kong, Cyberport, 100 Cyberport Road, Pok Fu Lam

Ozone. Photo: The Ritz-Carlton


Want to go over the top to celebrate your dad? How about brunching at the highest bar in the world? You’ll not only enjoy the picturesque scenery of Victoria Harbour and Kowloon, but also indulge in a luxurious experience with servings of Dom Pérignon and Ruinart Blanc de Blancs at the free-flow semi-buffet champagne brunch. A seafood platter will be served, which you can complete with six self-service Asian-inspired salads as well as a live station with sushi, maki, and sashimi on offer. The main courses are made-to-order, with options such as grilled Wagyu flank steak and grilled king prawns, and the dessert buffet includes egg waffles, cakes, tarts, and plenty more sweets. Find out more here.

Ozone, 118/F, The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong, International Commerce Centre, 1 Austin Road West, West Kowloon

Canton Pot. Photo: Nina Hospitality

Canton Pot

For an intimate yet lively meal with your dad, try the hot pot set menus at Canton Pot. The Seafood Adventure hot pot set boasts nine types of seafood, such as sea prawns, abalones, Irish razor clams, Atlantic scallops, as well as meats and signature dumplings. For beef lovers, the Beef Bliss hot pot set includes a selection of 10 beef items, including Kagoshima Satsuma Wagyu sirloin and Australian Wagyu M5 rib-eye. True to its musical soul, the restaurant will host the Chill Busk live music event on Sunday, 16 June, from 6.30 pm onwards. Book your table here.

Canton Pot, 2/F, 1131 Canton Road, Mong Kok

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JAJA. Photo: Mina Dining


Not all fathers are carnivorous. For all vegetarian dads, head over to Jaja, a restaurant dedicated to exploring vegetarian creations and foods. The Father’s Day menu is on offer from 3 to 16 June and includes a vegetable terrine, a jackfruit-stuffed portobello and wild mushroom dumpling, and a mini pumpkin sago sweet soup with almond puff, among other innovative vegetarian goods. Moreover, located in Hong Kong Arts Centre, Jaja’s décor is quite striking, a nod to the restaurant’s mission to liven up vegetarian cuisine, making for a fun Father’s Day celebration. Book your table here.

Jaja, 6/F, Hong Kong Arts Centre, 2 Harbour Road, Wan Chai

Aqua. Photo: Aqua Restaurant Group

Aqua Restaurant Group

All celebrations are made special at Aqua, thanks to the grand views of the harbour visible from its seventeenth-floor floor-to-ceiling windows. The limited-time Ankh tasting menu—boasting seven Japanese and Italian courses such as the charcoal-grilled saikyo miso marinated black cod and the chilli teriyaki lamb with yuzu, garlic, and miso—is just tasty icing on the cake. Especially on Father’s Day weekend, Aqua will serve the complimentary Cohiba cigar, a cake made of gianduia semifreddo, a frozen cake made with hazelnut, chocolate, and a hint of whisky. Book your table here.

Chinese restaurant Hutong will be hosting the Feng Wei brunch on Father’s Day weekend. Five different free-flow brunch packages are available to accompany unlimited appetisers, such as barbecue pork bao, pork siu mai with caviar, abalone slices with Sichuan peppercorn, and more, and three sharing main courses like Hunan steamed cod, wok-tossed Sichuan style lobster, or sliced beef short ribs.

At dinner time, Hutong will be serving a six-course menu, inclusive of Hunan-style lobster with fermented beans, crab meat fried rice with crab roe, and a mala dark chocolate mousse with a coffee stick in the shape of a cigar. Find out more here.

Aqua, 17/F, H Zentre, 15 Middle Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Hutong, 18/F, H Zentre, 15 Middle Road, Tsim Sha Tsui

Photo: Zuma


Zuma is celebrating Father’s Day in typical Zuma style—think brunch with a splash—with a limited-time one-kilogram Australian Wagyu T-bone steak available on 16 June only. The brunch menu also includes unlimited shrimp and vegetable tempura, sushi and sashimi, tuna tartare with miso, pork gyoza with spicy wafu sauce, and a dessert platter. And, of course, it comes with different options of two-hour-and-a-half free-flow packages of champagne, beer, and soft drinks. Book your table here.

Zuma, 5/F & 6/F, The Landmark, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central

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Yat Tung Heen. Photo: Eaton HK

Yat Tung Heen

A Father’s Day lunch and dinner set menu is available at one-Michelin-starred restaurant Yat Tung Heen from 9 to 18 June. Made to order for four, the nine-course menu comprises braised bird’s nest soup with crab meat, sautéed scallop with crispy fried oysters, braised abalone with fish maw, crispy fried chicken, and more. The eight-person alternative comprises roasted marinated suckling pig, sautéed tiger prawn with scallop and broccoli, steamed fresh leopard coral garoupa, and more. Book a table here.

Yat Tung Heen, B2/F, Eaton HK, 380 Nathan Road, Jordan

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Natalie Or


As a local Hongkonger, Natalie is curious to know everything about the city. She likes to visit new locations and is always eager to explore. When she is not reading or writing, you can find her playing chess, or searching for new recipes that are easy to follow.