Agenda's Fathers Day Lunch Guide
Pleasing Dad is not the problem
Choosing a restaurant for Fathers Day is tough. While Dad himself is usually one of the easiest to please it’s the rest of the team you have to contend with. So Agenda’s compiled a short list of recommendations to help you along and ensure it’s not just Dad who’s happy.
French at The Bathers’ Pavilion Balmoral Beach
For French cuisine with a twist in a family friendly environment, book a table at The Bathers’ Pavilion on Balmoral beach. They’re offering a decadent 3-course lunch for $125 per person. This is the perfect place to kick-off spring and Dad will be in his element with the extensive and “small vineyards” wine list.
Reservations on 9969 5050
Yum Cha at Kam Fook
Yum Cha on Fathers Day just seems to make a whole lot of sense. Is it the long lunch sitting? Or maybe it’s the ‘lazy boy’. Either way we can guarantee that Kam Fook at Westfield Bondi does yum cha really well. Some of the tastiest dumplings in town and situated right next to Gold Class cinema (perhaps Dad wants to watch The Expendables).
Reservations on 9386 9889
Italian at Hugos
Is a taste of contemporary Italian on the cards this year? If so, make your way to Hugos Manly and indulge in the 2-course Fathers Day set menu. You’ll get a choice of Tasting Plates plus Main or one of Hugos’ award-winning pizzas. Good value, plus sea breeze included complimentary. Adults – $70 / Kids – $30.
Reservations on 8116 8555
Modern Oz at Centennial Parklands Restaurant
For a modern Australian feast head to Centennial Parklands Restaurant and Café. The name says it all, with plenty of parklands for the whole family to enjoy pre and post lunch. The location and the food are equally superb.
Reservations on 9380 9350
Happy Fathers Day Dad!