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Best Classic Restaurants For a Dad Date In Singapore

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It’s probably true that dads don’t get pampered as much as the mums! This year especially this month is all about paying greater attention to Daddy Dearest, and so we’ve cobbled together the best restaurants best enjoyed with your number 1 man that’ll surely make him feel special!

1)Sunday Brunch @ Summer Hill

If your dad is all about the go big or goes home life, Summer hill will get his tummy rumbling. With an option of weekends set featuring surf and turf classic seafood Mariniere, load up on crabs, spring bay mussels, white clams cooked in white wine and garlic; or Cape Grim premium grass-fed prime rib basted in a fragrant garlic, thyme, and butter mix with fine beans and duck fat roasted potatoes. Or indulge in a free flow of plates featuring bacon, pea & gruyere cheese quiche, roast chicken and lemon & thyme roasted seabass among many other options that include (click here for the menu) desserts. get your hands dirty and memories imprinted!

Address: 106 Clementi Street 12, #01-62, Singapore 120106
Hours:12 PM to 3 PM, 5 PM to 10 PM
Phone: +65 6251 5337

2) Jam At Sirihouse

Father’s Day in this era deserves a luxurious ambiance over a drink or two while keeping it casual. Jam Siri House provides with their intimate space that houses an eclectic range of furniture from mid-century antiques and dazzling chandeliers to plush lounge sets dressed in bright handwoven Jim Thompson silks. Their fun menu includes scallop carpaccio with yuzu and truffle dressing, fried chicken with a lemon, sage, dill, and garlic ranch dip, prime rib slathered in shio kombu butter and salsa verde, and house-made pappardelle topped with charcoal grilled mussels and tiger prawns.

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Address: 8D Dempsey Rd, Dempsey Hill, #01-02, Singapore 249672
Hours: 11.30 AM to 2.30 PM, 6 PM to 10.30 PM
Phone: +65 9667 0533

3) Italian @ Dolce Vita

Going Italian makes a special day official and Dolce Vitta alongside authentic Italian cuisine using fresh ingredients comes with a stunning poolside view. Lobster tartare for the special man followed by Tagliata Di Manzo: a generous portion of roasted US prime beef bone-in rib- eye accompanied by creamy mashed potatoes and sautéed vegetables. Dessert screams your name so leave some space for their Tè Nero E Ciliegia, Earl Grey ivory chocolate mousse in perfect harmony with the tartness from the morello cherry sorbet is guaranteed to leave you feeling pampered!

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Address: 5 Raffles Ave, Singapore 039797
Hours:12 PM to 2.30 PM, 6.30 PM to 10.30 PM.
Phone: +65 6885 3500

4) Alati @ Divine Greek Cuisine

A trip to Greece may sound like the best plan this holiday but if that isn’t possible at least you get to savor fresh seafood caught off the Mediterranean coast within your vicinity. Keeping it light yet fresh is our Alati delighting your palates with grilled Greek octopus that’s served with vinegared onions and confit tomatoes, and shrimp saganaki. Not to be missed is the wide selection of whole fish – from European seabass to Gilt-Head seabream – that’s served either grilled on in a salt-baked crust.

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Address: 73 Amoy St, Singapore 069892
Hours: 12 PM to 2 PM, 5.30 PM to 10 PM. Opens daily
Phone: +65 6221 6124

5) The Ottomani

The Ottomani really just stands for royalty treatment. Dubbed the sexiest supper club in Singapore, be prepared for a long and luxurious meal featuring a four-course set (from $108 with optional wine pairing) with a collection of dishes slow cooked over a charcoal grill and a wood-fired earth pit oven. With space exuding luxuriousness, you bet the menu is crafted with love and exquisiteness. Click here to find out more

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Address: 48 Peck Seah St, #01-01A, Singapore 079317
Hours: 6 PM to 12 AM. Closed on Sunday
Phone: +65 9231 9316

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