Woo hoo,  the holidays are upon us and that means turkey, lashings and lashings of turkey. Now being British we don’t usually celebrate Thanksgiving, but I’m on board with any holiday that revolves around food, so Thanksgiving is always an event worth celebrating in my book. Now its usually around this time of year that we miss our loved ones back home the most, them and the copious amounts of sumptuous seasonal food that we get to enjoy. And although you might be missing out on your mums cooking, you can still get a darn good turkey dinner at a number of Seoul’s restaurants.

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Dominic – For a classy yet affordable Thanksgiving feast, look no further than sleek and cool Dominic. This year’s menu includes deep fried turkey, port citrus cranberry sauce, dough bread apple bacon stuffing, Dominic’s amazing cream spinach on brioche, corn pomegranate slaw with caramelised onion mashed potato, and bourbon apple pie with hot chocolate sauce. All of this is available for 60,000 won per person on Wednesday 22nd at 7pm, Thursday 23rd at 6:30 and 8:30, or on Sunday 26th at 2pm, 5pm or 7pm. To reserve a space please call the restaurant at 02-790-7588 or check out their facebook page

Leo’s – The bar above The Concorde in HBC is offering a Thanksgiving meal this year. The feast will comprise of juicy turkey, succulent ham, buttery mashed potatoes, bacony stuffing, savoury gravy, fresh seasonal veg, freshly baked bread and served with a glass of Chardonnay or Cabernet Sauvignon and in-house made pumpkin pie. The dinner is available on Thursday the 23rd and Friday the 24th, 7 pm to 10 pm, and is 35,000 won per person.  See the facebook page or call 010-7490-7311 for more details or to make a reservation.

Southside Parlor – For those who want to add a little bit of southern flair and some finger lickin’ goodness to their TG celebrations head on down to one of my favourite cocktail bars. The Texans will be serving Creole spiced turkey, sage cornbread stuffing, cranberry hibiscus relish, smoked gravy, cornmeal fried okra, garlic mashed potatoes, chorizo Mac & Cheese, broccoli cheddar casserole, charred corn salad, berry cobbler and a seasonal cocktail of your choice for 45,000 per person . There are two seating available 6-8pm or 8:30-10:30pm on both Thanksgiving Thursday (Nov. 23rd) and Sunday (Nov. 26th), Seats must be reserved  in advance via their facebook event page.

WinK –  From Thursday November 24th- Sunday November 27th you can get a thanksgiving dinner plate with a beer or mulled cocktail for 32,000. The plate will include turkey, sausage and apple stuffing, roast garlic mashed potatoes, home style gravy, asparagus casserole, 5 Mac & Cheese, red wine cranberry sauce, and pumpkin pie. There will be two seatings for each night one at 6pm and one at 8pm. And for those of you who really want to celebrate they have an all you can drink option for an extra 10,000-20,000. Reservations are recommended, you can make them through their facebook event page.

Route 66 – Route 66 will be celebrating with their 4th Thanksgiving dinner. The 40,000 dinner includes a drink,  turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, cranberry sauce, stuffing, 66’s sweet potato casserole, corn bread, veggies, pumpkin and apple pie w/vanilla ice cream. See their facebook event page for more details or to buy a ticket.

Cali Kitchen will be hosting its third annual Thanksgiving dinner. The menu hasn’t been completely confirmed yet but will include a welcome drink, Peruvian Sous Vide Turkey  , and Wagyu Pastrami and of course plenty of sides. If you have tried the Cali Kitchen Pastrami before, you will know that it is not to be missed. There will be two seatings on Friday, November 24th at 6:15pm, and 8:30pm. Tickets cost 50,000 per person. See their event page for more details or to make a reservation.

Bull and Barrel – On Thursday November 23rd, Friday November 24th & Sunday November 26th Bull & Barrel will be serving up their annual all you can eat buffet. You can stuff yourself ’til you pop for 40,000 per person. The buffet includes an alcoholic beverage, turkey, ham, sage and onion stuffing, mashed & roast potatoes, seasonal vegetables, gravy, mac & cheese and pumpkin pie! There are two seating on Thursday 24th of November one at 6:30 & 8:30 pm, one on Friday at 6:30pm and three on Sunday the 27th of November at 4pm, 6pm, and 8pm. You can reserve your table via text message on 010-9982-2423 or by messaging them via their facebook event page.

Plant – This year Plant is offering a Vegan Thanksgiving, for those who eat a meat free diet. The dinner includes Plant’s housemade Tofurkey, Mashed potatoes, Homestyle gravy, Grilled stuffing loaf, Pumpkin squash soup, Walnut cranberry bread, Sautéed greens, Kohlrabi apple slaw, Cranberry sauce, you choice of Pumpkin pie or Apple crumble and a glass of wine or craft beer. There are two seatings on Thursday November 243rd, tickets cost 29,000won, and reservations are recommended, call 02-749-1981 or check out their facebook page to make one. 

Vatos Urban Collective – For those not remotely interested in Turkey then Drinksgiving at Vatos could be just the event you are looking for. The cocktail and live music event  will be held on Friday November 24th from 7pm-10pm. Tickets include four drinks coupons and entry to the concert. Tickets cost 33,000, see their facebook event page for more details.

The Four Seasons – For those who want to keep it classy on such a fine occasion The Four Seasons Hotel will have Turkey Dinner To Go packages available from the 19th of November – 31st of December for those who want to dine at home without the work. Their package which costs 250,000 includes 5-6kg roasted turkey, Grilled Four Seasons Pork Sausage Roll, Butter-Sauteed Green Beans, Grilled Corn, Roasted Pumpkin, Carrots with Orange Sauce, Cranberry Sauce, Giblet Gravy (Red Wine Sauce), Apple Cinnamon Tart with Vanilla Sauce and Whipped Cream. Turkeys need to be ordered at least three days in advance, you can order one by calling +82 2 6388 5530. The JW Marriott Dongdaemun also has a similar offer. See their website for details. 

 

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