If you’re chasing golden child status, you’re probably well aware that Father’s Day is coming up on Sunday 5 September and are already on the hunt for some awesome ways to treat dear old Dad.
In our honest opinion, food is the best way to the heart, so once you’ve snagged the perfect Father’s Day gift, book a table at one of these awesome Father’s Day dining experiences. Whether he’s into fine dining or brews and BBQ, these feasts will be right up Dad’s alley.
Here are all the awesome Father’s Day meals to spoil Dad at this year in Perth.
Bottomless Dumplings And Drinks At Miss Chow’s
Book Dad in for a bottomless dumpling feast at Miss Chow's Claremont and enjoy 90 minutes of unlimited premium dumplings alongside free-flowing WA wines and Feral beers, including their new Feral Runt New World Pale Ale. We're talking favourites like BBQ pork buns, Miss Chow's spicy fried chicken, chicken and mushroom dumplings and more, all for $85 per person. Plus, they’re also giving each Dad a Japanese Whiskey Taster. Book now.
Heritage Wine Bar
Ditch the boring old socks and invest in something a little classier this year, with a mouth-watering meal out at one of Perth’s best restaurants: Heritage Wine Bar. Book a table and let chef Gord Kahle take care of the rest—he’s curated a special three-course menu just for Dad including a sensational selection of seafood to start, followed by a banging piece of beef, and a seriously indulgent Tiramisu. If you’d prefer to stay in, go for the take-away kit complete with a 600g in-house, dry-aged, organic grass-fed steak accompanied by flavoured butter and jus, as well as a magnum of shiraz, a four-pack of Balter XPA and a 90ml tipple of whiskey—just throw on some spuds and whip up a salad to finish off the extravagant at-home meal.
Bivouac has lunch or dinner covered this Father’s Day with their epic banquet-style feast. Chow down on their moreish Middle Eastern menu over four delectable courses, featuring the crowd fave slow-cooked goat shoulder and loads of other yummy nom noms. Dad’s first beer or wine is on the house, so I guess you can claim that as your present. Book here.
Core Cider House
Set your alarm and get Dad up early for one seriously epic brekky spread in the Perth Hills at Core Cider House. Enjoy baked pastries and croissants to start followed by a delish hot brekky alongside a hot drink and juice. They’ll even throw in a takeaway can of cider for Dad to enjoy at home. Book now.
QT Perth is throwing the ultimate high tea, or should we say, The Father of All Tea Parties. Swapping out the tea, cakes and bubbles for burgers, beers, steaks and single malt, it’s an afternoon of lavish luxury—dad style. There’s even a kid’s option so the whole fam can come, and we’re pretty ecstatic about the polenta fries to go on the side of the raw beef with smoked cumin labneh and potato. With two sittings at either 1pm or 3pm, it’s just $65pp plus booking fee, so get onto it.
Make your way up to The Reveley Dining Room this Father’s Day for the lunch special or Dude Food Afternoon Tea. Head up for lunch to devour a delicious 400g 28-day dry-aged Blackwood Valley Organic Beef Rib Eye with a complimentary vino for just $50, or kick things up a notch with the afternoon tea. This one is $80pp, and includes a snazzy share-style menu plus a 90-minute ‘Beer and Bubbles’ drink package. It’s booking up quick so grab your spot here.
Stunning views and bottomless brews are the go this Father’s Day at Harbourside Freo. Take a seat with Dad for this monumental breakfast with an unlimited supply of delicious beers (or bubbles) for 90 minutes. They’ll be serving up some seriously epic courses to choose from, including your classic eggs benny, big breakfast, smoked salmon with avocado, rocket, quinoa and ricotta on grilled sourdough and heaps more—get around it.
Tonic + Ginger
For the dad who loves his Asian food, Tonic + Ginger has got you sorted with their ‘Feed Me’ Father’s Day menu. Chef Leigh Power has thought out the mouth-watering four-course menu with immense detail, and we know the Perth foodies will be all over it. Kick things off with the wagyu and bamboo dumplings, and munch your way through the delicious dishes until you finish up with the matcha marquise with dark chocolate ganache and candied macadamia crumb. It’s just $69pp, so get your booking before it fills up.
Hearth At The Ritz-Carlton
If your dad is more of a fine-diner, the Ritz-Carlton is putting on just the thing for him. Hosting a special edition of Afternoon Tea at Hearth, the menu will feature WA eats like Rose Mallee wagyu sandwiches, Berkshire crispy pork sandos and Shark Bay prawns. For something a little extra, jazz it up with a drink pairing of Glenmorangie Whisky and Blasta Brewing Tasting Panel for $125pp. Once you and Dad are all set for something sweet, top it off with the mouth-watering desserts including Davidson plum and coconut lamingtons, pistachio and raspberry mousse, and the rhubarb and strawberry petit gateau.
Sit riverside with a delicious steak meal from Executive Chef Tom Haynes at Cooee this Father’s Day. You can opt for the well-known and loved Cooee classics from the menu, or give the 1kg T-bone steak a whirl. Tom will be stationed on the gorgeous terrace firing up the coals himself, to serve you and Dad a carefully crafted, made-with-love bite to eat. Make an afternoon of it and indulge in the amazing natural wines on the side.
Garum has teamed up with BBQ brothers Leon and Cory from CheatMeats to bring Dad the best Father’s Day meal he’s ever had. Serving up some mouthwatering meats including tomahawks, pulled pork and Skull Island prawns (AKA, the biggest prawns found in Australia). A full package of $139pp includes all the delicious bites, plus Garum wines, beer and soft drinks, so book here before the availability is no more.
Scarborough Beach Bar
Treat Dad to a surf ‘n’ turf beachside feast this Father’s Day at Scarborough Beach Bar. Plonk yourselves down on the gorgeous balcony overlooking the pristine Indian Ocean, sit back, and enjoy the feast to come. The kitchen is whipping up three different surf ‘n’ turf variations, including scotch fillet, WA rock lobster and fresh garlic prawns. Dad gets a pint on arrival too—need we say more?
Switch it up from a fancy brunch or arvo tea, and take Dad on a brewery tour at Little Creatures. Kicking off with one of the resident hop heads who will teach you all about the brewing process, you and Dad can then enjoy a full guided tasting of all the beers, and wrap things up with a Bacon and Egg pizza. It’s chilled out, fun, and you’ll learn something new. You can also step it up a notch with the Special Father’s Day Merch Package, which includes a stubby holder, crafty merch and the full brewery tour.
Crowd favourite Market Grounds is getting around the Father’s Day hype this year too, with their all-day special. This one is a serious contender for all dads who are steak and beer aficionados—the kitchen will be dishing out their finest cuts from the signature steak menu, including a whopping 1kg (!!) Rangers Valley Black Onyx Rib Eye. What’s even better is it’s served with Dad’s choice of sides and condiments, and there’s a tap beer on arrival. Yum.
The Generous Squire
The Generous Squire is whipping up some classic brewhouse burgers for Father’s Day this year, and it’s perfect if you don’t want to break the budget. It’s going to be a pretty huge feast you’ll want to bring the whole fam to—the Feed the Fam tray comes with 2 cheeseburgers, 2 kids burgers, chicken tenders, mac ‘n’ cheese bites, chips with dip, plus a pint for Dad. If you’re not already tempted enough, get this—it’s all just $55. Yep, you read that right.
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