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Father’s Day 2020: DIY Meal kits to make together with your old man

DIY is in this Father’s Day. Go fuss-free with these meal kits delivered to your home for restaurant-quality grub worthy of the special day.

As we inch closer to Father’s Day (and inexorably towards Phase 2), you’ve probably noticed that meal kits are in vogue right now. Pretty much everyone’s hopped on the DIY train – we’ve even covered it once for Mother’s Day (check them out, all of them are still valid).

There’s a few obvious benefits of meal kits over delivery. For one, the food is always freshly cooked and exactly the way you’d like – especially important for time-sensitive dishes like pasta or steak. Furthermore, restaurants that’ve provided the meal kits have usually done all the mise en place for you, giving you a chance to really feel like a home chef without all the time doing prep work.

It also lets you focus on what’s important: whipping up a great stay-at-home meal for your father or father-figure. Who knows? It might even give you the confidence to whip up home feasts completely on your own in the future. Until then, here are some meal kits for restaurant-standard Father’s Day menus completely at home.



  • Meal kits from Wine RVLT

    It's time to induct dad into the wonderful world of natural wines with the Father's Day set from wine bar RVLT. Pick from 2 starters including an intensely moreish beef tartare that comes studded with crunchy croutons; as well as four mains – options include their notorious patty melt featuring a Westholme wagyu patty, sauce gribiche, and homemade milk buns, and fettucine with uni yuzu-kosho cream sauce and red prawns. The set comes with a magnum – go big or go home – of Frederic Brouca Champs Pentus 2013, a spicy syrah, grenache, and carignan blend from Languedoc.

    WhatsApp 9022-2655 or 9388-1436 to order