WHERE TO CELEBRATE THANKSGIVING IN LONDON?

Decembers coming quickly and that means so is Thanksgiving. If you’re a US Expat living in London you are probably wondering where to celebrate the special date. Here are our top suggestions

 

1)   BIG EASY- COVENT GARDEN

 

Right round the corner from our office, Big Easy will guarantee you an all-American thanksgiving.  Pick from two classic feasts: A pit-smoked turkey served with stuffing, cornbread, mashed sweet potatoes and green bean casserole, or a ‘lobster’ feast which features a whole lobster, lobster roll or lobster mac n cheese. A £35 three-course meal finished off with pumpkin pie, you will not be disappointed!

 

 

2)   BOONDOCKS

This American joint located in central London will be offering a true

USA-style night. The menu focuses on a spiced and roasted turkey bean casserole, buttermilk biscuits and sweet potato casserole with marshmallow and wild mushroom stuffing. With eggnog and hot buttered cider you are guaranteed a Thanksgiving to remember.

 

3)   BREAD STREET KITCHEN

Celebrate thanksgiving in style at Gordon Ramsay’s City restaurant. For £65 a head you will be served a delicious three-course thanksgiving menu.  With it’s 4 star rating your pumpkin soup with spiced pecans and peanut butter and jelly ice cream sandwiches are in safe hands. For the main course enjoy a confit turkey leg for two served with puffed corn and lobster macaroni cheese.

 

4)   BUMPKIN SOUTH KENSINGTON

Enjoy a country chic thanksgiving in the heart of South Kensington. You will feel at home while you enjoy an American themed three-course meal. With an impressive main of roast turkey, sausage and chestnut stuffing, corn on the cob, mashed spuds and cranberry sauce you will have a thanksgiving meal to remember.

 

5)   CHRISTOPHER’S

 

Christopher’s know America like no others. An original American restaurant Christopher’s are dedicated to giving you the thanksgiving you’ve always dreamed of. For 2016, the all-day set menu features caramelised scallops with celeriac and truffle cream, followed by slow-cooked ballotine of turkey with corn bread, hazelnut and cherry stuffing, and a dessert of pear and almond cobbler with blackberry compote and salted caramel ice cream. Or why not just enjoy thanks-giving themed cocktails at the bar?

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