Away from home for thanksgiving?
Drum up an appetite with these mouth-watering luxury thanksgiving dinners in London
From pumpkin pie and roasted meats to toasted s’mores and signature cocktails, we have your seasonal cravings covered this holiday season.
Read on for our top picks of the best luxury London thanksgiving around.
This North American restaurant and martini bar boasts one of the best Thanksgiving suppers in the capital. With its extensive wine list to accompany the delectable set menu, this Covent Garden haunt, unsurprisingly, nails this celebration.
Chef Harvey Ayliffe will be serving up his extra special Thanksgiving menu on Thursday 24th November, which includes an interesting New England shellfish chowder and seasonal classics such as pumpkin pie served with maple ice cream.
Despite being a typically British eatery, Ffiona’s describe thanksgiving as their ‘favourite holiday’. Enjoy a home-cooked lunch or dinner – with all the traditional trimmings – or indulge whilst relaxing in your home-away-from-home at The Draycott with a takeaway option and seasonal film.
Serving up a delectable Thanksgiving feast, The Riding House Café promises diners a supper of roasted Norfolk bronze turkey, truffled mac & cheese and pumpkin brûlée pie, all served family style for sharing.
What better way is there to celebrate Thanksgiving than atop one of London’s most exclusive venues, Kensington Roof Gardens? Enjoy an abundance of state-side favourites and holiday-themed cocktails at this luxury bar in Kensington.
The New York Times acclaimed Smith & Wollensky will be serving up a banquet of Pickled Heritage Baby Beets, Bulleit Bourbon Roasted Carrots and Chocolate Marquise to mark the occasion this year. A luxury celebration indeed.
Whether you are an American in London searching for somewhere to celebrate or a local looking to try out the culinary delights of our friends from across the pond, we have plucked out the top restaurants serving thanksgiving supper in the capital this November.
Wherever you choose to enjoy your thanksgiving dinner in London, make sure you retire to The Draycott afterwards.