Indulge in roast turkey and holiday favourites at these epic Thanksgiving dinners in Singapore.
Get back on the treadmill now. Thanksgiving is now days away. While it’s not a holiday we celebrate as widely here, we never give up a good excuse to feast on Thanksgiving dinners in Singapore.
From one foodie to another, we have rounded up the most epic spreads and best deals in Singapore. All you have to do is gather your nearest and dearest and eat to your heart’s content!
1. Brewerkz Riverside Point
Where: 30 Merchant Road
When: 24 November 2016, 5pm-10pm
How Much: $55++ with free-flow sodas, coffee and tea; $70++ with two beers or house wine, free-flow sodas, coffee and tea.
What you get for your money: Classic American holiday delights like roast turkey, fennel-crusted pork, beer-roasted beef, chocolate fondue and classic pumpkin pie.
2. Marriott Cafe, Marriott Singapore Tang Plaza
Where: 320 Orchard Road, Singapore Marriott Tang Plaza Hotel, Marriott Tang Plaza, 238865
When: 24 November 2016
How much: $98++ per adult inclusive of free-flow sparkling wine, beer and soft drinks; $46++ per child inclusive of free-flow juice and soft drinks
What you get for a money: Delicious and hearty roasts like maple-glazed roast turkey, bourbon- and honey-glazed ham, prime rib of beef; decadent desserts such as sweet potato casserole.
Where: UE Square Shopping Mall #01-13
When: 24 November 2016, 6.30pm onwards
How much: $68 nett with a mango mint bellini and wine sampling
What you get for your money: Though not a buffet, you’ll probably have more than enough food to give thanks for while enjoying Hel’s Kitchen’s Peranakan-inspired four-course set menu of babi assam bruschetta, bibik bouillabaisse, buah keluak turkey breast and dessert.
Book via the EpicuriousSG Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/EpicuriousSG/ or call 6734-7720 for a reservation.
4. Lawry’s The Prime Rib, Mandarin Gallery
Where: 333 Orchard Road, 238867
When: 24 November 2016, 11.30am-2.30pm (lunch); 5pm onwards (dinner)
How much: $78++ to $88++ for lunch; $93++ to $103++ for dinner
What you get for your money: Known for its prime cuts of beef, Lawry’s The Prime Rib offers diners a special festive menu this Thanksgiving. Dinner guests can look forward to a lavish set menu of salad, soup, a scallop appetizer, and a special roast beef and turkey main course consisting of Lawry’s signature USDA Prime Rib of Beef and turkey breast with all the trimmings. Dessert and coffee/tea is included.
5. One-Ninety Restaurant, Four Seasons Hotel
Where: 190 Orchard Blvd, 248646
When: 24 November 2016, 5pm onwards
How much: $125++ per adult, including a turkey entree and a scrumptious buffet spread
What you get for your money: Though priced on the higher end, the Thanksgiving feast at One-Ninety Restaurant features an unlimited spread including poached Maine lobster, Alaskan king crab, Avruga caviar and more, to really help you celebrate. And of course, for dessert there is pumpkin pie, which no Thanksgiving spread would be complete without.
Book via: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 6831-7250 for reservations
6. Brasserie Les Saveurs, St Regis Hotel
Where: 29 Tanglin Rd, Singapore 247911
When: 24 November 2016, 7pm-10pm
How much: $118++ per adult, $54++ for children aged 4-12
What you get for your money: A lavish spread befitting one of Singapore’s premier hotels, the St Regis Thanksgiving Dinner at Brasserie Les Saveurs boasts Alaskan king crab, Hokkaido scallops and poached Boston lobster in addition to Singapore favourites like Chili Crab. Of course, traditional Thanksgiving fare like roast turkey and glazed ham as well as prime rib are available at the carvery station too.
Book via: email@example.com or call 6506 6860
7. Mezza9, Grand Hyatt Singapore
Where: 10 Scotts Road, 228211
When: 24 November 2016 and 27 November 2016
How much: Dinner buffet costs $108++ onwards for adults (no alcohol), $69++ for children aged 3-12; Sunday brunch costs $128++ onwards for adults (no alcohol), $69++ for children aged 3-12
What you get for your money: Mezza9 is known for its huge range of cuisines on offer at its buffets, and Thanksgiving Day Dinner is no exception. Slow-roasted organic whole turkey, oysters, artisan cheeses and authentic regional delicacies will all be offered, as well as the customary seasonal desserts of pecan maple pie, pumpkin pie and apricot-almond cobbler.
Book via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 6732-1234.
8. The Beast
Where: 17 Jalan Klapa
When: 24 November 2016, 5pm till late
What you get for your money: The Beast’s Southern US-influenced cuisine goes large this Thanksgiving with a street party, with a live band to lend a truly festive American atmosphere to proceedings. Dig into unique special dishes like Cajun roast turkey, BBQ pork belly and sweet potato casserole, and wash it all down with a seasonal pumpkin ale.
Call 6295 0017 for details.
9. Manhattan, Regent Hotel
Where: 1 Cuscaden Rd, 249715
When: 24 November 2016 5pm onwards
How much: $23++ onwards
What you get for your money: Though not offering a full meal in itself, Manhattan’s take on Thanksgiving is to pair festive-inspired goodies like pistachio-crusted turkey roulade with foie gras and chestnut stuffing with their seasonal cocktails, such as the Spice and Everything Nice — a delectable concoction of whiskey, spiced pear liqueur, syrup and bitters.
Call 6725 3377 or email email@example.com for reservations.
Save When You Dine with the Right Credit Card
Credit card discounts are generally not valid for special occasions, but you can still save on your holiday feast with a dining credit card. Try the OCBC 365 Credit Card, which gives 3% cash rebate when you dine locally on weekends, and 6% cash rebate during weekends.
Do note that you can only earn rebates from restaurants and cafes. Food and beverage outlets at hotels and country clubs are excluded.
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By Alexa Fang
Alexa is a pop-culture vulture. She lives to read, write and travel, and decided long ago that life is stranger than fiction. When she’s having croissant, she thinks in French. “31 Rue Cambon” is her favourite address, and she believes that money one enjoyed spending is never money wasted.