We will be offering our celebratory menu at both lunch and dinner on Thanksgiving Day in the stunning surroundings of The Restaurant overlooking Portman Square.
Bourbon chicken liver parfait, sour dough toast and apple chutney
Winter chopped salad (v)
Roast free range turkey with cornbread, chestnut, cranberry stuffing and all the trimmings
Chestnut, leek and mushroom loaf with trimmings (v)
Pumpkin pie and maple whipped cream
Cost: £45 per person
For those of us this side of the Pond who are not familiar with the history and meaning of Thanksgiving…read on! Celebrated annually in the United States on the fourth Thursday in November, the holiday of Thanksgiving was first observed in 1621 and continues to be an American tradition today. Thanksgiving means many things to different people but for most, the holiday of Thanksgiving is synonymous with festive meals, parades, football, family and friends, and, of course, turkey. For many, it’s also about spending time together, catching up and enjoying one another’s company. The Thanksgiving holiday is a reminder to give thanks for the good things, people and providential events in our lives.
Time/Location: 12 noon – 3.00pm and 6.00pm – 11.00pm, The Restaurant