You can put together an epic feast at home this year, thanks to Providoor’s DIY food kits. Give your dad a lovingly home-cooked meal, with most of the work already done for you by the city’s top chefs. With just a little heating and plating required, you can totally take all the credit too.

Whatever your dad’s appetite or favourite cuisine, we’ve curated a list of some of the Father’s Day Providoor feasts that are guaranteed to get you in the good books.

Emily Yeoh Father’s Day Feast for Four, $85 per person
With a self-described Asian fusion style, Emily Yeoh brings together of influences from across the region, and this hefty feast is a quick tour of many of those inspirations. The star of the menu is 500 grams of Cape Grim Black Angus short ribs, spiked with a boozy rum and beef jus. You’ll also get a whole crispy skin duck, duck parfait with cumquat and truffle, and roti to share.

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The Ultimate Father’s Day Feast for Four With Dishes From Andy Allen, Shane Delia and Frank Camorra, $60 per person
What do you get when you cross superstar chefs Andy Allen (Three Blue Ducks), Shane Delia (Maha) and Frank Camorra (Movida)? A killer feast and bragging rights over any siblings for life. This dinner for four has the trio picking a few classics from their back catalogue, including Allen’s burnt cabbage with smoked tomato butter, Camorra’s garlic gem lettuce salad, and Delia’s slow-roasted lamb shoulder.

Nota Father’s Day Celebration Banquet for Four, $100 per person
Sebastiaan de Kort and Kevin Docherty of Nota are known for applying their background in fine dining to approachable share plates, and this pack collates some of the best of them into a delicious banquet. A little bit luxurious (it’s a special day, after all), dads (and the family) can work their way through tempura fish sandwiches with tartare and wasabi, pumpkin risotto, and spanner crab pasta, before making their way over to the headline act: a six-week dry-aged, bone-in rib-eye steak weighing in at a hefty 800 grams.

Naim Dinner & Brunch Feast, $150 for two people
The only thing better than one great Father’s Day feast is two great Father’s Day feasts.
Middle Eastern-style eatery Naim is turning Father’s Day into a bit of a festival, with a dinner that slides effortlessly into brunch the next day. At night, celebrate with the old man and a tender, marinated lamb rump with all the trimmings, including hummus, muhammara, za’atar flatbread and cinnamon pilaf. The next day, continue the celebrations with a signature Naim shakshuka with garlic labneh, crispy chickpeas and Turkish bread. Your dad deserves the extended attention.

Clarence Classic Banquet, $60 per person
Clarence is a cosy new Woolloongabba bistro that’s all about showing off beautiful produce, giving as much airtime to local vegetables and grains as traditional protein. This banquet provides the perfect sample of the restaurant’s ethos with five of chef Ben McShane’s dishes, including glazed pork belly ham with green bean chutney, cauliflower with cheddar and pickled grape, and confit duck with braised lentils.

This article is produced by Broadsheet in partnership with Providoor.