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The temperature outside may be dropping but our spirits are rising, and we are feeling warmer on the inside and giddier by the day watching the holiday season draw close. Traditionally a time of celebrating the bountiful harvests of the past summer—as well as the time to enjoy said reapings—it’s prime time to feast. Unmissable for the occasion is a good ole bird for the table, so check out the best places in Hong Kong to find your Thanksgiving dinner or turkey!
Cooked with heart and coming straight from their own restaurant kitchens in Sai Ying Pun, TM Eats Catering is offering up a holiday menu that perfectly showcases the irreplaceable taste of home cooking.
Famed for their melt-in-your-mouth Wagyu, TM Eats is incorporating their star ingredient into a holiday season mixed roast ($5,288 for 12 people) that complements a 6.5-kilogramme roasted turkey with roasted Wagyu beef, alongside honey-glazed ham and roasted chicken. A classic Christmas turkey ($2,388 for 8 people) of up to seven kilogrammes in weight, filled with pork stuffing and cranberry sauce, is also available. Both options come with comforting side dishes of homemade Yorkshire pudding, cauliflower gratin, roasted seasonal vegetables, as well as a verdant mix of green peas, beans, and sprouts, in addition to a zesty Christmas slaw.
What’s more, TM Eats is offering one lucky Localiiz reader the chance to win a full turkey feast for the holidays! Click here to find out how you can nab up this exclusive package simply by answering one question. Be sure to check out their full range of holiday packages here, all requiring a minimum of only 48 hours to pre-order.
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Brandished in their distinctive top-hat-shaped box, Mandarin Oriental presents lavish turkey feasts for the season, featuring a choice between a seven-kilogramme turkey set ($2,998) or a 10-kilogramme turkey set ($3,688), served with sumptuous trimmings of pumpkin wedges, mashed potatoes, sweetcorn on the cob, cornbread, cranberry sauce, and giblet gravy. Using only free-range turkeys imported from an Essex-based farm that adheres to the highest agricultural welfare standards, each bird is seasoned using a special blend of spices for 24 hours, packed with a decadent stuffing mixture, and slow-cooked for 12 hours in a water bath before being browned in the oven. Round off your dinner with their special Thanksgiving pies (starting from $388) that are prepped by the world-class Mandarin Oriental pastry team—see the selection here.
Place your order between now and 19 November with an advance order notice of at least 72 hours to enjoy your meal anytime between 16 November to 30 November. Head on over to the glitzy Mandarin Oriental Cake Shop to collect your fare or get it delivered to your home for an additional charge.
Mandarin Oriental, 5 Connaught Road, Central | (+852) 2522 0111
Thanksgiving does not always have to be a humongous affair. A group as small as four people can enjoy this American-style feast of roasted turkey in spiced cranberry sauce and gravy, with hearty mascarpone and brown butter whipped mashed potatoes, luscious green bean casserole with crispy shallots, and devilish Fontina and provolone mac-and-cheese from Black Sheep Restaurant Group. Choose between the pumpkin pie or banana cream pie for a sweet fix—or both if you have a party of five to eight—and throw in a bottle of wine (starting from $198) that has been curated to match the feast!
At $588 per head, with a minimum of four guests, Black Sheep’s Thanksgiving set is available for ordering from now until 21 November for delivery any day between 23 November to 26 November. If you’d like to stretch your legs before a big meal, pick-up is also available at Osteria Marzia.
Osteria Marzia, The Fleming, 41 Fleming Road, Wan Chai | (+852) 3607 2253
If you would like to scratch your epicure itch by having your grandiose holiday dinners prepped at home, Feather & Bone has the perfect range of top-quality Steggles turkeys that will make your cooking so much more convenient and fuss-free. Easy to prime and roast, they are sold in the sizes of three kilogrammes ($658), five kilogrammes ($888), and 6.8 kilogrammes to seven kilogrammes ($1,098). For the lazy chef, there is even the Steggle turkey Christmas bundle ($1,158) for parties between four to eight, which also comes with Christmas stuffing, potato mash, Brussels sprouts, gravy, egg-nog custard, and Christmas pudding.
Australia-raised Steggles turkeys have been nurtured free-range in large farmlands, free of hormones or growth boosters, resulting in organic grain-fed meat that is as delicious as it is healthy. It is recommended that you defrost your turkey before cooking—six hours for turkeys kept at room temperature and 36 hours for frozen ones.
An amalgamation of five international dining concepts, Graham Street Food Hall is a citywide favourite for comfort food made fresh. Designed for four to six diners, its Thanksgiving catering set ($3,288) includes an eight-kilogramme smoked turkey with stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy, and cranberry jam, alongside Smoke & Barrels’ roasted Brussels sprouts with bacon and Motown Pizza’s garlic breadsticks to pass around. For a unique dash of sweetness, the selection will also include a six-inch spiked pumpkin cheesecake from La Viña for a little fusion flair. Order here for delivery on 25 November or 26 November.
Graham Street Food Hall, Shop 3, 23 Graham Street, Central | (+852) 9612 0988
Brought to you by chef Mario Tolentino at all-American steakhouse Henry, this loaded Thanksgiving dinner package is one that elevates traditional flavours to new heights. The three-course selection allows a pick of an appetiser from the likes of charbroiled Cajun oysters with herbed bourbon butter, Calabrian chilli and crispy pork crackling, and Canadian lobster and pine nut gremolata, among other alluring starters. Tuck into a roasted turkey with cornbread stuffing, cranberry relish, and turkey gravy that is guaranteed to hit the spot.
Look forward to roasted garlic potato purée, truffle mac and cheese with herbed crumbs, Brussels sprouts with apple, pork crackling and honey, green beans with mushrooms, as well as a plethora of other garnish and nibbles to pass around. End on a sweet note of old-school apple pecan crisp with ice cream and caramel bourbon or take a fresh approach of coconut cream pie with coconut custard and poached pineapple. Henry’s Thanksgiving dinner set ($1,198 per person) will be served at the restaurant from 24 November until 26 November. Reserve your seats now for the ultimate feast!
Henry, Rosewood Hong Kong, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui | (+852) 3891 8732
Known for their delectable Italian-American fare and off-the-charts vinyl soundtrack, Frank’s Italian American Social Club is hosting an indulgent “Franksgiving” ($620 per person) this season. Start off with Frank’s burrata over pumpkin and pumpkin blossom with smoked anchovy and pesto, alongside veal and lobster meatballs as well as insalata. The highlight comes in the form of a whole garlic butter roasted turkey adorned by white cheddar biscuits with chilli honey butter, glazed Brussels sprouts, and an Asian-inspired green bean casserole. End your banquet with a homely apple crumble with vanilla ice cream for the ultimate treat.
Available during lunch and dinner from 22 November to 28 November, the meal can be booked up to 48 hours in advance. Throw in an extra $250 for an added free-flow package that includes prosecco, Asahi, house wine, house spirits, mixers, and Irish-style American coffee. Click here to book.
Frank’s Italian American Social Club, G/F & 1/F, Harilela House, 79 Wyndham Street, Central | (+852) 9097 9730
Serving up delectable poultry is what La Rotisserie does best, and their range of Thanksgiving selections serves as the proof in the pudding. Incorporating a unique French country style of roasting the meat on a spinning spit, the result shows a succulent and slow-cooked texture that is just heavenly.
Apart from offering French free-range turkey (starting from $738 for 2.5 kilogrammes), there is also guinea fowl capon (starting from $258 for 1.5 kilogrammes) and free-range chicken (starting from $348). To round it all off, their Thanksgiving sets all include trimmings such as homemade gravy and cranberry sauce, sautéed French beans with sweet potatoes and chestnut, truffle parmesan mashed potatoes, homestyle Festive stuffing, Brussels sprouts with bacon, and the addition of their signature chocolate cake with sea salt as a sweet course. While you’re at it, why not add in a bottle of French vintage to add to the mood?
Orders start from a minimum of $258 and require you to make your submission three days in advance. Don’t miss out on the bounty of French flavours, which can be delivered straight to your door or prepped for pick-up.
Back by popular demand, Grain is plating up a takeaway Thanksgiving set for parties of six to eight, with a 4.8-kilogramme brined and herb-smoked whole turkey as the centrepiece. Stuffed with apple and sage stuffing, and doused in sourdough gravy and plum with cranberry sauce, there are also homely yet flavourful trimmings like grilled Brussel sprouts with creamed spinach, smoked garlic and chives mashed potato, honey-roasted heritage carrots and parsnips, plus cheddar and jalapeño cornbread. Seal the deal with the wickedly delicious dulce de leche pumpkin pie and bite-sized pecan pie.
Snatch up the set for the early-bird price of $2,100 by placing your order before 14 November. Orders for deliveries can be placed before 22 November, whilst self-pickup reservations are available until 24 November.
Grain, Shop 1, New Fortune House, 3–5 New Praya, Kennedy Town | (+852) 3500 5870
Boasting options that you may enjoy at the restaurant or take home to an extended crew of up to 15 people, Porterhouse is bringing its award-winning touch to the classic Thanksgiving feast. Its Thanksgiving sharing feast ($2,200) is up for grabs between 22 November to 28 November for takeaway, delivery, or dine-in, and centres around a six-kilogramme roasted whole organic turkey with pickled lemon and cranberry sauce.
Beloved items like Brussels sprouts, mashed potato, roasted pumpkin, French beans with shallot, and garlicked broccoli act as complementary accompaniments. Order with a five-day notice.
Alternatively, diners who book a visit on 25 November can enjoy a five-course set dinner ($688 per person). Start off with roasted squash and ginger soup that’s just perfect for the chilly weather and revel in the savoury flavours of beef tartare and pumpkin penne Lisce before enjoying a premium turkey leg roll over a bed of mash and roasted vegetables. End your banquet with a mouth-watering pumpkin and pecan pie. Be sure to reserve a seat soon, as there is a booking cut-off time of three days in advance.
Porterhouse, 7/F, California Tower, 30–36 D’Aguilar Street, Lan Kwai Fong, Central | (+852) 2522 6366
Striking the balance between elegant gourmet flavours and satisfying the hankering for classics, Kinship’s Thanksgiving dinner ($488 per person) spells new twists for old favourites. The package features herb-roasted turkey breast and turkey leg presse next to an updated selection of roast trimmings and side dishes, bookended with starters like sweet corn agnolotti, oyster mushroom, nasturtium leaves, bitter orange chutney and homemade cornbread, parmesan chicken liver pâté, with burnt pumpkin cheesecake and s’mores pie as dessert. Reserve a spot now to enjoy this magnificent spread on the evening of 25 November.
Kinship, 3/F, LL Tower, 2–4 Shelley Street, Central | (+852) 2520 0899
A concept that pays tribute to American deli fare, Morty’s is sharing the love this season with a Thanksgiving collection that hits all the marks of an authentic family feast. For the ultimate package that brings together all the essentials, check out the Give Thanks and Feast set ($2,780). It includes a seven- to eight-kilogramme roast turkey and classic side dishes of gravy and cranberry sauce to pair with creamy potato mash, as well as their signature pastrami stuffing, roasted vegetables, honey-roasted sweet potato, and choice of homemade tart or apple and raspberry crumble. You can also have a look at their à la carte meat carvings and dessert options to curate a meal of your own design. Be sure to order in advance by at least five days.
For one night only on 25 November, Morton’s authentic Thanksgiving dinner ($688) is a three-course feast designed to impress. Start off with a winter greens salad before sinking your teeth into roasted turkey roulade that is presented with smoked gouda au gratin, a fluffy baked corn souffle, and green beans almondine to suit your casserole cravings. Rounding it all off is a helping of Morton’s pumpkin cheesecake drizzled with sea salt caramel. Who can say no to such a grand feast? Book your table now to avoid disappointment.
Morton’s the Steakhouse, 4/F, 20 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui | (+852) 2732 2343
Not just a literal feast, but also a feast for your eyes as well: Pairing their delectable menu of classic roasts and trimmings, Grand Hyatt Hong Kong is collaborating with local florist Blooms and Blossoms to pair your food with some gorgeous festive decorations as additions to their package.
As the glimmering centrepiece to it all, the whole turkey roasted set features an eight- to nine-pound roasted turkey with pork sausage stuffing, a customary gravy and cranberry sauce, Brussels sprouts, bacon lardons, mash, and aromatic sage butter. Also on offer is honey-glazed gammon ham, and a heavenly apple pie to top it all. Be sure to give notice at least three days before your desired delivery date, with the pick-up period running from 25 November to 31 December. Click here to order.
Grand Hyatt Hong Kong, 1 Harbour Road, Wan Chai | (+852) 2588 1234
Keeping things simple, this Peel Street smokehouse is serving up a family-style takeaway set (starting from $2,200) of roasted whole turkey and honey-glazed ham with traditional cranberry sauce and gravy, a medley of roasted vegetables, and a pecan pie for finishers. Made to feed between six to eight diners, there’s nothing like sharing this wholesome meal with your favourite people. Fill out your order on this form.
If you are looking to amp up the excitement, Roundhouse’s dine-in Thanksgiving dinner is a buffet-style extravaganza available only on 25 November. Plating up what they cook best, expect to get your hands on some Texan-style roasts like house-smoked whole turkey and honey-glazed ham. Plus, it comes with a generous three-hour free flow, so go ham! Click here to scoop up your tickets for the dinner.
Roundhouse, 62 Peel Street, Central | (+852) 2366 4880
Bringing a bit of glitz to your Thanksgiving feast, The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong has compiled a wondrous banquet for 10 diners, with each guest being treated to their signature Ritz-Carlton salad, pumpkin soup, and bread rolls to start things off. Tuck into a main dish of oven-roasted turkey that weighs up to an impressive 10 to 12 pounds, and is drenched in traditional stuffing, gravy, and cranberry sauce. Balance it with some sautéed Brussels sprouts with bacon, caramelised chestnuts, roasted potatoes with herbs, grilled root vegetables in thyme butter, as well as a helping of pecan tart to end the meal on a sweet note. Click here to check out the menu.
The Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong, 118/F, ICC, 1 Austin Road West, Tsim Sha Tsui | (+852) 2263 2263
Presenting a decadent spread of Thanksgiving creations with a touch of French influence, Jouer’s Thanksgiving feast ($2,280) is a beautifully lavish meal, perfect for sharing for up to 10 diners. Whet your appetite with the roast beef cranberry puff, mini mac and cheese cups, maple Dijon caramelised Brussels sprouts, amongst other entrées and sides. Choose from delicious roasted items like honey-glazed ham, truffle-roasted baby turkey with chestnut stuffing, maple roasted duck with eight treasures stuffing, or a pork loin Wellington.
Pick between pear and pigeon pie or oxtail parmentier with truffled potato purée, and between pumpkin lasagna or sweet potato gratin. Of course, it is all tied together with the options of a bourbon pecan pie or sweet potato meringue pie, both excellent standouts from Jouer’s catalogue. As the food is made to order, be sure to plan ahead to reserve your items here—at least five days before your feast.
Jouer Hong Kong, G/F, 1 Sau Wah Fong, Wan Chai | (+852) 2528 6577
For an unconventional Thanksgiving that marries together the flavours of Eastern and Western cuisine, Brooklyn Yakuza is offering a unique assortment of dishes for you to enjoy and share. Both festive dining sets star a miso-thyme roasted turkey with Okinawan-inspired pork and apricot sausage stuffing.
Settle into their sleek seats and pass around fusion-style beef tartare with ginger and tapioca, spiced edamame, hamachi ceviche, and kabocha-glazed teriyaki cod, before digging into kabocha pumpkin pie and matcha ice cream—part of their exclusive dine-in Thanksgiving menu ($488) with more dishes to come. Nori butter roasted potatoes, honey-glazed carrots, fried Brussels sprouts, and kale kobachi are plated up with the turkey.
If you prefer to dine at home, the Turkey takeaway set ($1,888) is an excellent option for six to eight diners, and features trimmings like fried Brussels sprouts, honey-glazed roasted parsnips, miso soy gravy, a delectable Japanese cheesecake, with a choice of sake or cava to boot. Place your order at least 48 hours in advance.
Brooklyn Yakuza, 29 Wyndham Street, Central | (+852) 2866 1034