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.

Maha Sydney North African Chicken Soufra for Two, $80 per person
Shane Delia’s Maha
features a long-running soufra menu that aims to capture the spice-laden cuisines of the Middle East and North Africa through family-style sharing. This at-home version will give Dad a taste of nine classic dishes. A spice-crusted roast chicken with ras el hanout jus is the centrepiece, complemented by Maha specialities such as brisket bourek buns, saj bread with toum and charred baby corn with almond and saffron butter.

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China Doll China Luxury Banquet for Four, $245 total
China Doll is known for its broad approach to Asian culinary traditions, blending together Chinese, Japanese and Southeast Asian influences across an eclectic menu. This luxury banquet flits between rich dishes such as Wagyu beef massaman curry, panko pork sliders, and lighter options like salmon sashimi and seared scallops with Vietnamese shallot sauce. A fine feast for a father who can’t decide where to eat.

Nour Winter Festive Menu for Two, $124.50 per person
Nour’s menu is dedicated to showing off the depth and complexity of Lebanese food, and this Providoor pack delivers classics such as woodfired eggplant, octopus with spicy red pepper dip muhammara, and the cumin-spiked sayadieh (a seasoned fish-and-rice dish). And that’s just the regular menu – there are Father’s Day exclusive add-ons, as well. If you want Dad to remember this day the next time your birthday rolls around, splurge on the heavily marbled one-kilogram rib eye steak from Jack’s Creek, topped with chermoula and truffle butter for an extra $160. That should just about bring a tear to his eye.

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.

Lotus Dining Father's Day Banquest for Four, $80 per person
Lotus Dining was inspired by founder Michael Jiang’s desire to recreate his childhood food memories – and this banquet is sure to help create new memories with your dad. Start with some root crisps, chicken and kimchi wontons and brussel sprouts, before moving on to the main course. Pan fried scallops, lobster milk buns, pan fried wagyu steak and mushroom noodles. This feast is sure to keep you in dad’s good books.

This article is produced by Broadsheet in partnership with Providoor.