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Thanksgiving

23rd November

With a focus on family, food and fun — and none of the stress of gift-giving — Thanksgiving is arguably the best American holiday to make it over the ocean. Celebrated always on the last Thursday of November, its coziness has been the ideal precursor to the hectic festive season since its inception by the one-and-only Abraham Lincoln in 1863.

 

This year, we're celebrating Thanksgiving in our restaurants across London in some delicious ways. Rest assured, wherever you dine, turkey will be on the menu.

Heddon Street Kitchen

Enjoy an indulgent take on Thanksgiving at Heddon Street Kitchen, where we'll be serving up roasted Norfolk bronze turkey with seasonal chestnut stuffing. Our chefs will have you start your feast with pumpkin soup and finish with a warm pecan pie with cinnamon spiced ice cream. 

Bread Street Kitchen

A day to gather friends and family, Thanksgiving at our centrally located restaurant is a congenial experience with sharing platters and liberal helpings of dessert to share. Bread Street Kitchen is treating guests to a Thanksgiving menu of bacon wrapped pickles with a spicy crab and Tabasco dip to start, confit turkey leg mains and a myriad of desserts to share including pumpkin pie and peanut butter parfait.

maze Grills

The Thanksgiving menu at our maze Grill outposts offers a welcoming dining experience with dishes served family style. Classics with a twist include butternut soup with fresh truffles, smashed avocado with sweet potato chips, and grilled corn on the cob with chimichurri dressing. The main event is a succulent salt baked and roasted turkey, and you'll finish the meal with a classic pecan tart with cinnamon ice cream. 

Thanksgiving Recipes

Cook up a Thanksgiving dinner to remember with recipes straight from our expert chefs, including the 'Apple Pie Shrub' cocktail and the perfect turkey gravy with cider and walnuts. 

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