Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement

This Week in Food: The Father’s Day edition

This Week in Food

The Father’s Day edition

TEA ON THE SEA: Searoad Ferries are going all out for Father’s Day – offering a Bloke’s High Tea on ferries departing from both Queenscliff and Sorrento at 11am and 2pm on Father’s Day. There’ll be a specially created menu of sliders, pies and a paddle of beer for dad from breweries on both sides of the bay, plus sweet dishes to finish. Bookings are essential – cost is adults $65 and children $35 For more info visit: http://www.searoad.com.au/high-tea/

YOU SPIN ME RIGHT ROUND: The Builders Arms Hotel’s famed courtyard rotisserie will be working double time to pump out a classic British roast for dad featuring O’Connor rump roast, ale-glazed carrots, beef fat potatoes and Yorkshire puddings. Stroll in and order a la carte or book a table for dad and the family, and dad’s first pot of beer is on the house! The roast will set you back $34, and there’s a special two course kids Menu for $25. www.buildersarmshotel.com.au

STOKING THE FIRES: For Father’s Day with a view, Stokehouse is offering a curated three-course menu featuring signature dishes plus limited Father’s Day specials including grilled half crayfish with lemon myrtle butter, sea succulents and aged Cape Grim rib eye, native cumminata. It’s prices at $130 per person. Kids dine for $60 which includes a main and dessert plus soft drink. Plus, Dad will get a handmade Native Cumminata dry spice mix of over 15 herbs and spices from Head Chef Ollie Hansford. info@stokehouse.com.au

WHAT’S YOUR BEEF: The Grosvenor Hotel is serving up my absolutely favourite winter dish for Father’s Day – Beef Wellington, with porcini duxelle, celeriac, madeira sauce and duck liver parfait. It’ll be available as a single portion for $35 on the day, or order ahead a shared dish for $92 if there are three of you. Of course there are plenty of craft beers on hand to choose from too. www.grosvenorhotel.com.au

TALKING TURKEY: Gorgeous South Yarra venue Yagiz is serving up a bespoke four-course degustation with an optional wine pairing for Dad, plus he’ll get a pair of DÉlLIC socks to take home too (valued at $29.95). www.yagiz.com.au

SIMPLY SPANISH: If Dad is taken by tapas, try the special set menu at Añada Bar and Restaurant in Gertrude St, with dishes like jamon serrano; croqueta and paella, and a price tag of just $45 per person. http://www.anada.com.au/

BRING ON THE BUFFET: Over at the Langham and Melba’s experienced chefs can’t wait to spoil Melbourne’s dads with a lunch menu including chilled lobster with traditional Marie Rose sauce, blue swimmer crab, tiger prawns, Pacific oysters, Tasmanian Spring Bay mussels, & sticky bourbon bbq pork ribs. Every dad attending Father’s Day lunch will receive a mini Langham-brand Sherrin football, and each adult gets an Australian beer or glass of house wine on arrival. http://www.langhamhotels.com/en/the-langham/melbourne/

Advertisement