For some reason or another, Mother’s Day always gets more attention than Father’s Day which is a shame because dads deserve to be celebrated as well! As Father’s Day is coming around the corner, how are you choosing to show your appreciation and love for the main guy in your family?
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It is not difficult to please a man – just give him the typical man’s comfort food like pizzas, burgers, fried food and steaks and he will grin from ear to ear. So, this Father’s Day, show your dad how much he means to you and bring him to one of the following dining destinations.
Here is our guide to Father’s Day Dinner in Singapore.
Men are different from women in many ways. One of the most prominent differences is the things we eat; studies have shown that guys love their meat, while women like sweet stuff.
Burgers, steaks, pizzas, chicken wings are some of the favourite foods for men. Throw in beer and chips – you will make them the happiest lad in the world. Below, I have recommended some places for Father’s Day Dinner 2012.
Father’s Day is celebrated on the 3rd Sunday of June each year. I am sure everyone had a good feast during Mother’s Day last month, so it’s only fair to make plans for a good Father’s Day celebration! Every special occasion is an excuse for us to eat.
Here’s my recommendation for Father’s Day Restaurants Promotion 2011:
Sweet & Sour Pork from Pu Tien Restaurant
Last Sunday, there was some confusion on twitter as some friends had mistaken it as Father’s day. Just in case you are also confused, Father’s day is the 3rd Sunday of June. During Mother’s Day every year, there will always be a big fanfare with flowers and big feasts, on the other hand – everything seems to be relatively quiet on Father’s day.
Sometimes we tend to neglect our fathers for what they have done for us, and I have to admit I am one of the guilty few. My dad probably knows what is my favorite food, while I don’t have much of a clue what he really likes.
But I do know that he prefers Chinese food, and so to celebrate Father’s Day dinner this year, we are going to have a big feast at a Chinese seafood restaurant!
Here’s some suggestions of restaurants for Father’s Day celebration: