This year, Thanksgiving falls on Thursday 26 November; and although it’s originally a time when Americans and Canadians celebrate with their friends and loved ones, it has become increasingly popular with food lovers from other countries too – and that includes here in HK. So, it’s time to get your gobble on! We’ve listed a few top places for dining in, or for tracking down your own turkey and trimmings for take away or delivery to make for a great Thanksgiving in Hong Kong.
American steakhouse HENRY at Rosewood Hong Kong is offering a three-course Thanksgiving feast from 24 to 26 November. Priced at $1,198, diners can choose one starter, main course and dessert from a selection of options with an abundance of traditional sides served to share amongst the table. Main courses include a traditional roast turkey with cornbread stuffing, cranberry relish and turkey gravy; there’s also a 10-ounce New York strip steak with black winter Perigord truffle veal jus, sweet potato gnocchi with black-eyed peas, braised kale and Meyer lemon hollandaise.
Black Sheep Restaurants are offering a Thanksgiving menu with all the trimmings for pick-up or delivery. The family-style spread is priced at $598 per person for a minimum of four people and is available from 23 to 26 November (orders must be placed 48 hours in advance). Along with roast turkey with spiced cranberry sauce and rosemary gravy, there’s a bunch of moreish sides; creamy green bean casserole, whipped mashed spuds with mascarpone and brown butter, a pimped-up mac and cheese and more. Plus pie for dessert, of course!
Admiralty’s Italian Japanese fusion restaurant AMMO has a delish-sounding collection of home-delivered turkey ($2,280) and prime rib party packages ($2,980) for Thanksgiving in Hong Kong. Both cater to eight people and are available from 12 to 30 November. The turkey option includes a 5kg US roast bird with bacon, leek and Italian sausage stuffing; meanwhile, beef eaters will love the 3kg 120-day Aussie prime rib with gravy. Both options include three classic side dishes and a dessert, too – baked mac and cheese with truffle, Hershey chocolate brownies and more.
Popular HK butcher Feather & Bone has some awesome answers for a no-fuss Thanksgiving feast for family and friends. Its easy-to-cook Steggles Turkeys ($658 for 3kg, $888 for 5kg, $1,089 for 7kg).) are Aussie-raised, premium quality birds that are allowed to roam freely and are fed a natural grain diet, free from hormones and other nasties. Don’t fancy cooking? You can also choose to have your turkey cooked by Feather & Bone’s talented chefs. Cooked 3kg turkeys ($1,400) are available from 23 to 25 December.
For the first time, Morton’s is offering a Thanksgiving menu with all the trimmings, available for dinner from 25 to 28 November ($688). The three-course menu features elevated seasonal classics; winter green salad with Granny Smith apples, toasted walnuts and blue cheese crumbles to start; roasted turkey roulade with smoked gouda au gratin and a selection of sides for main; and a slice of Morton’s pumpkin cheesecake topped with sea-salted caramel to finish. Delish!
To book, call 2732 2343.
The dB kitchen, Garden Hill and The Farmhouse have teamed up to host an intimate private-kitchen style lunch prepared with local organic veggies. Taking place on a farm in Kam Tin on 27 November, the set lunch is priced at $1,480 including transportation to the farm, welcome drinks, farm tour & planting experience, lunch (including delicious vegan options) and a take-home gift.
To book, Whatsapp/call 9289 0212
Health-conscious bakery The Cakery has two new vegan pies available for the upcoming celebrations of Thanksgiving in Hong Kong. The home-style Apple Crumble is completely vegan and made with a sweet-and-tart combination of Granny Smith and gala apples; the nutty Pecan Pie, meanwhile, is keto-friendly while pared down on the traditional sweetness, using almond meal and coconut flour in place of regular flour. Purchase the pies online or at The Cakery shops (Apple: $360; Pecan: $480). You can also satisfy your sweet tooth and celebrate meaningful occasions with the brand’s range of new festive and guilt-free fall treats.
The Mandarin Cake Shop at the Mandarin Oriental is once again offering its annual spread of Thanksgiving delicacies. The Thanksgiving Feast comes in the hotel’s famed “Top Hat” box with a choice of a 7kg or a 10kg roast turkey from the US ($2,998 or $3,688), with stuffing, pumpkin wedges, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, sweetcorn cob, cornbread and giblet gravy. Other options include a 10kg honey-glazed ham ($3,188) or a 3kg roast prime rib with traditional trimmings ($3,388). Complement the feast with a pumpkin pie or salted butter pecan pie ($388). Once you have the items, just pop them in the oven for 15 to 20 minutes. Order 72 hours in advance (for turkeys and ham) from now until 19 November. Collect in person or get home delivery (additional charge) from 16 to 30 November. Order here!
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