First, let us say, you don’t need to be North American to want to get in on the annual Turkey Fest and Thanksgiving feast.
Ahh, Thanksgiving feasts and dinners (or lunch), it’s simply a great time to get together with friends (i.e., a Friendsgiving) and express your gratitude for the previous year’s blessings. (Not sure what Thanksgiving is all about? Read about our American expat blogger’s thoughts on this very subject.)
But, if the thought of spending hours in the kitchen whipping up a proper Thanksgiving feast – think roasted turkey with all the sides and pies – sounds daunting, don’t stress. There are plenty of ways to get your fill of these iconic American and Canadian comfort foods right here on the Little Red Dot.
Check out the mouth-watering spread of Thanksgiving feasts we’ve round up below. Gobble, gobble!
*COVID Update: Remember to check ahead if they’re taking reservations! Also, let’s keep group gatherings to a maximum of 5 people, shall we? Mask up, practice social distancing, and embrace the new normal.
By Muneerah Bee, November 2018 / Updated November 2019 / Updated by Willaine G. Tan, November 2020. Images are courtesy of the respective restaurants or from their social media pages.
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