1. Nassim Hill Bakery Bistro Bar
Dads dine for free on Father’s Day at this bistro. Okay, you need to order a minimum of two other main courses, but dad gets a Double Decker Burger (usual price $20) with two beef patties, mayonnaise chilli sauce and grilled balsamic onions nestling between house-made sesame seed buns, plus a side of fries. Bonus: he gets a pint of a draught beer of his choice on the house too. A la carte main courses include Rosemary Lamb with Truffle Potato Mash ($28) and Seared Sea Bass with Shiitake Mushrooms, Sautéed Spinach and Edamame ($24). The bistro-bar’s daily (very) happy hour starts from 9am and ends at 9pm with one-for-one draught beers like Kronenbourg 1664 ($19 per pint) and Connor’s Stout ($19 per pint), so consider treating your pop to a few more rounds.
Available June 17 (4pm-11pm) and June 18 (4pm-10.30pm). Last orders 30 mins before closing. #01-03 Tanglin Post Office, 56 Tanglin Rd, S247964. Tel: 6835-1128. www.nassimhill.com.sg. Reservations required.
Brotzeit has rolled out a good value Father’s Day Beer Pass at $50 for five pints (these beers usually cost between $13.50-$14.50 per pint). But no worries if Dad isn’t planning to down five pints at one go; the booze can be redeemed on separate visits anytime till Aug 31, and the pass holder can share his beers with other people. Choose from five types of German draught beers, including the Veltins Pilsner (usual price $14). Pair it with savoury bites like Brotzeit’s signature Crispy Pork Knuckle ($39) and Deep Fried Sea Bass ($28).
Available at all Brotzeit outlets Jun 11 – Aug 31, including #01-17 Raffles City Shopping Centre, 252 North Bridge Rd, S179103. Tel: 6883-1534. Open daily Mon-Wed 10am-1am; Thu-Sat 10am-2am; Sun 10am-1am. Last orders 30 mins before closing. www.brotzeit.co
3. PS. Cafe Dempsey
Make a brunch date with dad at PS Cafe’s scenic Dempsey outlet for their special ‘Beers on the Lawn: The Father’s Day Edition’ event. Indulge in nosh from the cafe’s all-day menu in a special setting on the cafe’s idyllic lawn, such as the PS. Burger ($29) with a 200g wagyu and chuck beef patty, vintage cheddar and crispy smoked bacon. Or have the PS. Steak Sandwich ($26) featuring grilled sourdough bread hugging slices of 400+ day grain-fed sirloin. Wash it all down with craft beers and ciders ranging from the Scottish Stout Brewdog Pitchblack Heart ($16) to Australian favourites like the Little Creatures Pale Ale ($14). End your meal with a decadent Double Chocolate Blackout Cake ($16), served with vanilla ice cream.
Available Jun 18, noon-6pm. 28B Harding Rd, S249549. Tel: 9070-8782. www.pscafe.com