Where to eat this Father’s Day
Published 18 June 2022

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Have you made Father’s Day plans yet? Here are some places around Britain that any father would love.

Hawksmoor Wood Wharf

Hawksmoor’s latest London opening sits inside a steel and glass pavilion on the water in Canary Wharf. Dads love steak, green leather and Guinness.

Heathcock, Cardiff

From bar to beer garden, the Heathcock majors in laid-back sophistication. We hear the Welsh rarebit is something special.

Blackfriars, Newcastle

Flavours that pack a punch at what is considered the oldest purpose-built dining room in the UK.

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Russell’s of Broadway, Worcestershire

How about a Father’s Day Sunday roast on the bustling Broadway high street?

The Gurnard’s Head, Zennor, Cornwall

If your dad is into comfy sofas and pints of real ale, this is the place for him. The fish cookery is top level.

Little French, Bristol

Self-assured French cooking in a relaxed atmosphere in arty Bristol.

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The Bonnie Badger, East Lothian

Earthy modern food served at The Bonnie Badger in the enchanting coastal village of Gullane.

The Oyster Club, Birmingham

Seafood galore in Birmingham by the people behind the highly acclaimed Adam’s.

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Homestead Kitchen, North Yorkshire

Refined menu utilising the best of Yorkshire produce at Homestead Kitchen.

Dishoom, Manchester

Spicy lamb chops and slow-cooked biriyanis at the Manchester outpost of Dishoom.