Are you planning to cater your own feast this Thanksgiving, or are you in need of a dish to take along to a dinner party?
We’ve searched the city and found all the places that will make your life a whole lot easier when it comes to November 23 celebrations.
The Kerry Hotel Pudong is getting into the gobble game early, offering three turkey hampers to choose from: whole fire-roasted turkey, honey-roasted ham and roasted Australia rib-eye, with prices starting at RMB1,238 net and a la carte options from RMB998 net. Reservation is required two days in advance to prepare the finest hampers for the perfect Thanksgiving dinner!
See listing for Kerry Hotel Pudong, Shanghai here.
Shanghai Marriott’s Casalingo Italian Restaurant is offering a turkey-to-go service, available November 1 - 23. Bookings are required two days in advance for a 5 kilogram tender and juicy roasted turkey, complimented by apple stuffing, cranberry sauce and gravy along with various side dishes for only RMB818 per set.
See listing for Shanghai Marriott Hotel Pudong East here.
This year, The Westin’s team of professional chefs are cooking up an unforgettable Thanksgiving family dinner. For a traditional feast of turkey with all the trimmings, visit their Daily Treats Deli and place your order. This offer is available from the November 19, 2017 to January 7, 2018. Orders must be placed a minimum of three days in advance, and a 5 - 6 kilogram whole roasted turkey is RMB1,200 which includes two bottles of Beringer Merlot wine. All turkeys are served with giblet gravy and orange scented cranberry chutney. Side dishes include cornbread stuffing with herbs, garlic mashed potatoes, creamed onions with bacon and sage, roasted sweet potato with brown caramel, buttered green beans, zucchini and tomato gratin, brussels sprouts with bacon and onions - just to name a few.
See listing for The Westin Bund Center Shanghai here.
This year, Boxing Cat is offering takeout turkeys and Thanksgiving sets starting at RMB1,088. They’re keeping some of their all-time favorite dishes, like butter-roasted turkey, brined for three to four days and basted in their secret recipe of herbs and spices. Choose from an epic menu featuring their traditional sage dressing, creamed spinach with crispy shallots and baked mac and cheese, as well as some new favorites like spiced carrot soufflé, southern sweet potato biscuits, and roasted broccolini. For dessert, they’ll be serving up spiced pumpkin pie made with a buttery almond crust, chocolate pudding cream pie and the best bread pudding in Shanghai.
See listing for Boxing Cat Brewery here.
Slims is offering a special Thanksgiving takeaway package for only RMB1,988. Offering all the festive fixings including a whole turkey, mash potatoes, gravy, mushroom stuffing, winter vegetables, cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie. Each dish is also available a la carte from RMB80 to RMB888.
See listing for Shanghai Slim’s here.
Madison Kitchen are offering Thanksgiving dinner sets for RMB1,600. The set comes with a citrus brined turkey, giblet gravy with fresh thyme and cracked pepper, ginger-cranberry compote, whole wheat stuffing with sage, celery and brown butter, potato puree with French butter and glazed sweet potatoes with raisin and marshmallow, among many other tasty dishes. Orders must be placed three days ahead with full payment made. Reserve your Thanksgiving set through WeChat (Shireenkiang), or visit their temporary location at 38 Donghu Lu.
See listing for Madison Kitchen here.
An expertly roasted turkey atop a heaving table of goodies makes the season special. Victor’s delivers the perfect festive dinner by taking out the hard work for you. Simply order a raw or cooked turkey with traditional gravy, pumpkin or apple pie with a selection of four of Victor’s famous delicatessen style salads. At RMB888 you’ll have enough food to feed a family of four. It’s RMB1,088 with one bottle of wine, and RMB1,488 with one bottle of Champagne.
See listing for Victor’s Café here.
This year, Jean-Georges offers a whole turkey takeaway package for guests planning to have a Thanksgiving gathering at home for RMB4,998. It comes with a roasted turkey and all of the trimmings, suitable for 10 people. It also includes mashed potatoes, roasted brussels sprouts, gravy, cranberry sauce, butternut squash soup and two pumpkin pies.
See listing for Jean-Georges here.
The talented chefs at Cachet, The Langham are teaming up to treat you with mouthwatering turkey this festive season. Enjoy a traditional 5 -7 kilogram roast turkey complete with all the trimmings and roast vegetable for just RMB1,288. The turkey set includes roast vegetables, brussels sprouts, mashed pumpkin, roast potato and honey glazed carrot, traditional gravy and cranberry sauce. A piece of apple or pumpkin pie can be added for an extra RMB238. Advance booking of two days is required. All prices subject to 16.6% service chanrge.
See listing for Cachet, The Langham, Shanghai, Xintiandi here.
Fields is offering a wide variety of delivered Thanksgiving meals this year to customers in Shanghai. They have three meal options; turkey, turkey and smoked ham or chicken, all complete with various side dishes including mashed potatoes, cranberry compote, Dutch and pumpkin pies and charred vegetables with parmesan to name a few. They also have citrus brined turkey and a brined smoked ham available for purchasing separately. Other Fields products cannot be combined with the Thanksgiving meals, and must be ordered separately. The Thanksgiving packages are available November 18 - 26, and all orders must be made online three days in advance.
See listing for Fields here.
City Shop is offering a hot turkey dinner available for delivery. Their turkey is imported from the US, stuffed with bread and veggies, then roasted with a citrus marinade. The meal comes with soft bread rolls, sautéed green beans, creamy mashed potatoes with gravy and pumpkin pie with cream cheese frosting. Extras like cranberry sauce and pumpkin soup can be purchased a la carte from RMB30 to RMB98. The meal is RMB1,380 and serves 12 people.
See listing for City Shop here.
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