10 November, 2022
Thanksgiving Menus Hong Kong Eat
Thanksgiving Menus Hong Kong Eat
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Your Guide To Thanksgiving Dinner In Hong Kong, 2022

10 November, 2022
Thanksgiving Menus Hong Kong Eat

Wondering what to do for Thanksgiving dinner in Hong Kong? Here’s where to go for roast turkey, seasonal pies and more…

You don’t have to be North American to appreciate the appeal of a Thanksgiving roast turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy and stuffing! In Hong Kong, we have plenty of Thanksgiving dinner options, so why not make the most of them this season? Here’s your guide to where to go for Thanksgiving dinner in Hong Kong.

Read More: Where To Go For Christmas Dinner In Hong Kong

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Thanksgiving Menus Hong Kong Eat: Dan Ryans

Dan Ryan’s Chicago Grill

Dan Ryan’s will be serving a Thanksgiving Set Dinner Menu — with a roasted U.S. turkey with gravy and stuffing centre stage followed by creamy mashed potatoes, seasonal homemade pumpkin soup, pumpkin pie and more.

Sassy Tip: Drop by in the evening from Friday, 24 to Sunday, 26 November for live music at Lee Tung Avenue!

When: Thursday, 24 and Friday, 25 November
How much: $428 per person

Dan Ryan’s Chicago Grillvarious locations across Hong Kong, www.danryans.com

Thanksgiving Menus Hong Kong Eat: Frank's Italian

Frank’s Italian American Social Club

You can opt for a Thanksgiving lunch or dinner at Frank’s, either way, you’re in for a true Italian-American feast!

When: Wednesday, 23 and Sunday, 27 November
How much: $650 per person

Frank’s Italian American Social Club, G/F & 1/F, Harilela House, 79 Wyndham Street, Central, Hong K0ng, 9097 9730, www.facebook.com/FranksHKG


KINSHIP’s Thanksgiving dinner offering has all the classics covered. Dessert-wise, it’s a choice between Burnt Pumpkin Cheesecake or Mississippi Mud Pie — decisions, decisions…

How much: $538 per person

KINSHIP, 3/F, LL Tower, 2 Shelley Street, Central, Hong Kong, 2520 0899, kinshiphk.com

Thanksgiving Menus Hong Kong Eat: La Paloma

La Paloma

Celebrate Thanksgiving with a Spanish-themed dinner courtesy of La Paloma. Highlights of the dinner menu include tapas like Pan-Fried Chorizo and Spanish “Bombas”, along with Wood-roasted Organic Turkey.

When: Wednesday, 23 November, 6pm to 11pm
How much: $398 per person

La Paloma, 1/F, 189 Queen’s Road West, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong, 2291 6161lapaloma.hk


Dive into a bountiful spread of Thanksgiving classics, including a 12-hour brined roasted turkey served alongside homemade rosemary gravy and cranberry sauce.

When: Thursday, 24 November
How much: $448 per person; $716 for the Thanksgiving menu paired with free-flow wines and bubbles

Percy’s, G/F, 18-18A Shelley Street, Mid-Levels, Hong Kong, 2898 2699www.percyshk.com

Porterhouse Seafood & Steak

This five-course Thanksgiving feast presents elegant, elevated dishes like Wagyu Beef Carpaccio, Roasted Squash & Ginger Soup, Mushroom Risotto and Turkey Leg Roll with gravy and mashed potatoes.

When: Wednesday, 23 to Sunday, 27 November
How much: $788 per person

Porterhouse Seafood & Steak, 7/F California Tower, 30-36 D’Aguilar Street, Lan Kwai Fong, Central, Hong Kong, 2522 6366www.shop.lkfe.com/porterhouse

Thanksgiving Menus Hong Kong Eat: Quiero Mas

Quiero Más

Enjoy an elevated rendition of the classic Thanksgiving spread with Quiero Más’s signature modern Mediterranean spin. The spread includes Beef Carpaccio with Black Truffle, King Crab and Caviar Montadito, and a Wood-roasted Turkey amongst others.

When: Thursday, 24 to Saturday, 26 November
How much: $488 per person

Quiero Más, 20/F, M88, Wellington Place, 2-8 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong, 2383 0268www.quieromas.hk

2022 Thanksgiving Desserts

Tai Tai Pies

With 12 years of pie experience under its belt, you can count on Tai Tai Pies for quality classics, every time. The spiked Wholly Heavens Bourbon Pecan and Pumpkin Spice Pies get our vote. Tai Tai Pies also create cute miniature pie bites for those looking for just a taste.

When: Available now for delivery or pick up at GREAT Food Hall
How much: Whole pies start from $225
How to order: Order online

Tai Tai Pies (GREAT Food Hall), Basement, GREAT Food Hall, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong, www.taitaipiepies.com

Thanksgiving Menus Hong Kong Eat: The Baker and Bottleman

The Baker & The Bottleman

Available in limited amounts of 10 freshly baked tarts per day, The Baker & The Bottleman’s Almond and Apple Tart is a classic autumnal treat, filled with caramelised apples and a rich almond cream, glazed with a homemade apricot jam and sprinkled with a touch of warm cinnamon (so hearty!).

Sassy Tip: Pre-order three days in advance for next-day delivery, find out more here.

When: Available from Wednesday, 23 to Sunday, 27 November
How much: $650 for 10 inches

The Baker & The Bottleman, Shop Nos. G14-15, G/F, F15A, 1/F, Lee Tung Avenue, 200 Queen’s Road East, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, 2386 8933www.thebakerandthebottleman.hk

Thanksgiving Dinner Guide 2022: The Cakery Desserts

The Cakery

Offering a sweet treat with a difference this Thanksgiving, The Cakery has baked a range of vegan holiday pies to complete your festive dinner spread. The Vegan Apple Pie features a sweet and tart combination of Granny Smith and gala apples, while the classic nutty Pecan Pie is keto-friendly, substituting almond meal and coconut flour in place of regular.

When: Available now (three days notice required)
How much: $388 for Vegan Apple Pie; $388 for Keto-friendly Pecan Pie
How to order: Order online or shop the pies in-store

The Cakery, various locations across Hong Kong, www.thecakery.com

Read More: The Best Bakeries In Hong Kong – Where To Buy Bread, Pastries & More

Editor’s Note: “Your Guide To Thanksgiving Dinner In Hong Kong” was most recently updated in November 2022 by Team Sassy.

Main image courtesy of Karolina Grabowska via Pexels, image 1 courtesy of Dan Ryan’s Chicago Grill, image 2 courtesy of Frank’s Italian American Social Club, image 3 courtesy of La Paloma, image 4 courtesy of Quiero Más, image 5 courtesy of The Baker & The Bottleman, image 6 courtesy of The Cakery.

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