In that lull between Halloween and Christmas, Thanksgiving gives us all a reason to celebrate, whether we’re American ourselves, know someone who is, or just watch a lot of U.S TV. For a really special treat, or just to impress, here are two delicious options that your tummy will definitely thank you for.
Town House, South Kensington
On 28th November 2019, Town House in South Kensington invites guests to relax and enjoy the Thanksgiving festivities, offering Londoners the opportunity to enjoy a slice of the States with a refined menu, celebrating the historical American holiday. The three course menu will be available from 6:30pm for £50 per person and will offer a selection of traditional dishes including ‘Fall harvest salad, ‘Roast turkey confit leg fritters’ and ‘Pecan Tart’.
Town House also boasts a large selection of some of the very best wines from around the world; and for £95 per person, guests will have the opportunity experience the exclusive Thanksgiving menu with the addition of expertly paired wines designed to compliment each dish.
In true Kensington style, Town House also offers guests the chance to enjoy a broad range of Champagnes, served on their Perrier-Jouët Champagne Trolley. How decadent! There are four champagnes available by the glass and on demand in the plush Drawing Room; Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut (£16), Perrier-Jouët Blason Rosé (£21), Perrier-Jouët Blanc de Blancs (£22.50) and Perrier-Jouët Belle Époque (£30).
£50 per person, £95 to include wine pairing.
108 Brasserie in Marylebone will be also be celebrating, offering a home away from home for Americans in London this November, embracing one of the USA’s most famous traditions. The festive set menu will be £40 per person and available throughout the evening, from 5:00pm – 10:30pm with traditional dishes including; New England clam chowder, Caldecott farm bronze turkey and Pumpkin Pie.
£40 per person, £45 including a Thanksgiving Special Cocktail.