Spots to visit this Father’s Day

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Spots to visit this Father’s Day
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Here’s our pick of spots to visit this Father’s Day.

Rudy’s Pizza

If you’d prefer to take your father figure out to mark the occasion, Rudy’s Pizza has various restaurants spread across England, including five London locations. Rudy’s is family and pet friendly making it the perfect place for dining in big numbers. More so, Rudy’s offers a well-stocked bar serving iconic Italian spritzes, crisp Italian Poretti, and classic stirred-cocktails, and its homemade ­Blood Oragncello.

Sushi Revolution

Sushi Revolution, located in Shoreditch and Brixton, offer quick, easy, versatile and creative ‘modern Izayaka’ style food with a main aim to keep their guests happy. With an innovative menu made up of spicy edamame, miso soup, tuna tartare, nikkei yellowtail tiradito, and a range of sushi and maki platters, it is perfect for sharing. Alongside, Sushi Revolution offers a selection of no-fuss drinks, including cold beers, delicious cocktails, and sake.

Cay Tre

Celebrate at Cay Tre, with a ‘Big and little Pho’ offer available exclusively on Father’s Day. With locations in Hoxton and Soho, the menu centred around quality ingredients and aromatic flavours, in an aim to provide some of the best Vietnamese food London has to offer. The ‘Big and little Pho’ is on offer for £20, for guests who order both an adult and kids sized Pho on Father’s Day. The Pho promises to be traditionally-made with an umami broth, zingy citrus, fresh herbs and perfectly-seasoned meat. A treat for kids and parents alike!

Viet Grill

Over at Viet Grill on the Pho Mile, a Vietnamese feast will be served, with a set sharing menu of their famed grill dishes, made authentically with the bold and exciting flavours of Vietnam at the forefront. The sharing menu, priced at £70, encourages diners to bond over a shared dining experience, including larger family-style dishes of a smokey charcoal rump steak that’s wrapped in caul fat for a succulent bite and half a honey-roasted chicken. Also on offer is fan-favourite, crispy Vietnamese spring rolls with a flavourful dipping sauce and a bucket of six ice-cold Vietnamese beers for Dad to make his way through.

Out of the City

House of Ming is housed within St. James’ Court, A Taj Hotel, and offers diners dishes inspired by regional Sichuan and Cantonese cooking, unique creations from the creative chef team and recognisable House of Ming favourites. Treat the Father figure in your life with the Executive Lunch Signature menu for just £35 dad’s can enjoy Dim Sum, an appetiser and a main course!

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