No better way to celebrate Father’s Day than getting a free McDonald’s breakfast, am I right?
All you have to do to get a free breakfast is to bring your children down to any selected McDonald’s outlet on 15 or 16 June.
Once you’re there, you can approach any of their friendly Guest Experience Leaders (GELs), and they’ll hand your kids a special drawing paper.
Now, this is where things get a little exciting.
Draw Dad’s Breakfast
The kids have to draw. Not an ordinary family portrait or a monster from their imagination.
They’ll have to draw their dad’s favourite McDonald’s breakfast. (If they don’t have one, then…… Kids have their ways.)
Once they’re done, they can hand it back to the GEL and their dad will receive a complimentary McDonald’s breakfast.
A free McDonald’s breakfast thanks to your kid. This is why we love children.
The selected stores include:
- Ang Mo Kio Park McDonald’s
- Bedok Reservoir McDonald’s
- Bedok Reservoir Park McDonald’s
- Bishan Park McDonald’s
- Bukit Batok McDonald’s
- Fajar McDonald’s
- Farrer Road McDonald’s
- Forum Galleria McDonald’s
- Great World City McDonald’s
- Jurong Central Park McDonald’s
- Jurong Green CC McDonald’s
- Jurong Point McDonald’s
- Kallang McDonald’s
- Marine Cove McDonald’s
- Queensway McDonald’s
- Sun Plaza McDonald’s
- Tampines McDonald’s
- United Square McDonald’s
- West Coast Park McDonald’s
- Yishun Safra McDonald’s
Seems like they’re avoiding smaller outlets because of the crowd they’re anticipating. Good move, McDonald’s.
Keep in mind that this special treat is only available in stores from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm on those 2 dates. If you come in late, you’ll miss it.
So don’t miss out on a free breakfast from your kid.
Other Father’s Day Promotions
If your father is like mine and doesn’t like McDonald’s, here are 2 other offers you can treat them to on their special day.
If you’re planning to treat your dad to an amazing spread of food that will leave him happy and satisfied for weeks, this is an offer to consider. At Mariotte Cafe on 16 June, they have a father’s day special called the King’s Buffet. It’s available for either lunch or a high tea buffet.
The spread is definitely not disappointing.
Lunch menu highlights include Roast Prime Rib of Beef, Bourbon & Honey Glazed Ham, Salt-Baked Barramundi, Singapore Chilli Crab and Seafood Paella.
While High Tea menu highlights include Beef Rendang, X.O. Pork Noodles, Chilli Crab Sauce with Fried Mantou Buns, Bak Kut Teh and Sambal Stingray.
Of course, this isn’t the full menu. There’s a lot more they have to offer. It’s a little more on the pricey side, but anything for dad.
For pricing and reservation, click here.
For a more relaxed environment to celebrate Father’s Day at, Little Creatures is perfect. The eatery has an all-day breakfast menu that includes dishes such as Eggs Benedict Lobster, a 200g Beef Striploin with egg and fries.
For a more adventurous option, your dad can also try the Little Creatures Breakfast that comes with: Pork sausage, tomato, mushrooms, egg and smoked bacon with a side of Ciabatta.
And if you’re old enough to drink with your dad, you can also share a craft brew with them. That’s only available from 12pm-6pm, though. If you have young children, don’t worry.
From 10am-3pm, they’ll be conducting a terrarium/crop making workshop where they can gift their dad a personalised planter.
Cute. Tap here for more info.
Of course, even if you don’t bring them out for a good meal, that doesn’t mean you don’t appreciate them. Dads will always appreciate a home-cooked meal or a heartfelt card. Or anything you make, really.
Happy Father’s Day to all the fathers out there!
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