Thanksgiving is right around the corner, so whether you’re alone or with family this year, it’s time to start planning. Here are some Thanksgiving dinner ideas that’ll leave you satisfied.
Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza
Treat yourself and your loved ones to a bonanza spread of more than 90 Thanksgiving favourites at Marriott Cafe’s Thanksgiving dinner buffet ($128 per person, inclusive of free-flow wines and beer; $58 per child) on 22 November. Meaty highlights include roast turkey with chestnut bread stuffing, slow-roasted Australian beef prime ribs, maple-glazed leg ham, and roast pork saddle stuffed with pancetta, prunes and mixed herbs. Seafood lovers can enjoy fresh and grilled items including freshly shucked oysters, Boston lobster, crayfish, snow crab legs and sashimi; there’s even a dedicated salmon station with gingerbread spiced cured salmon, Dijon marinated salmon and more. Save room for dessert – there are over 20 to choose from! We’re particularly eyeing the maple dark chocolate pot de crème, spiced pumpkin yoghurt trifle and honey roasted pecan pie.
If you’d prefer bringing the party to your place, Marriott Café’s got an array of festive goodies to go, including lavender roast turkey with orange, apple and cinnamon (4.5-5kg; $198), traditional roast turkey with chestnuts, foie gras stuffing, cranberry and port wine sauce (4.5-5kg; $188 nett), honey and clove-glazed ham (bone-in) with cinnamon-pineapple sauce (5-6kg; $248), slow roast beef striploin with port wine and horseradish sauce (2kg; $198), peanut and cream cheese gateau (1kg; $62), brandy and chestnut torte (1kg; $62) and pumpkin pie (500gm; $32). Pre-orders must be placed at least three days in advance.
The Westin Singapore
What better way to celebrate Thanksgiving than with a feast of festive dishes? Happening on 22 November from 6 to 10pm, The Westin Singapore’s Seasonal Tastes restaurant is holding a one-night-only Thanksgiving dinner ($58 per adult; $29 per child) with festive highlights such as rolled turkey with bread stuffing, cranberry sauce and corn bread, grilled Aussie tomahawk with Yorkshire pudding, roasted vegetables, goat cheese and port wine sauce, gammon ham glazed with truffle maple syrup, butter-glazed Brussels sprouts and truffle mashed potatoes.
Courtyard by Marriott Singapore Novena
On 22 November from 6 to 10pm, the Marriott Singapore Novena’s all-day dining restaurant Sky22 is planning a special Thanksgiving dinner buffet ($68 per adult; $34 per child) featuring both American holiday classics – think whole roasted turkey with trimmings of sautéed chestnuts, buttered Brussels sprouts and cranberry sauce – to international delicacies and Asian favourites like Singapore chilli crab with mantou bun. Other highlights include slow-roasted beef striploin in port wine sauce, gremolata-braised lamb shank, salmon coulibiac with Pernod cream spinach, baked lobster thermidor and a seafood-on-ice selection. Guests can end their feast with a spread of sweets such as cream Catalan, pavlova, pumpkin pie, filo apple anglaise, eggnog pudding and Opalys chocolate crunch. While you’re at it, turn the celebration up a notch with free-flow prosecco, house red and white wines, and soft drinks for an extra $38, or free-flow beer and soft drinks for an extra $28.
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Pan Pacific Singapore
Pan Pacific Singapore’s Edge restaurant is celebrating Turkey Day with a dinner buffet feast and a special Sunday brunch. Highlights include the Old Bay roasted turkey, Parmigiano chestnut barley risotto and pumpkin pecan tart. The Thanksgiving Day (22 November) dinner buffet is $98 per adult and $49 for children aged six to 12, and the Sunday brunch on 25 November (12 to 3.30pm) is $158 per adult, or $208 with unlimited Veuve Clicquot Champange, red and white wine, select cocktails, beers and soft drinks; kids brunch for $79.
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