It is the season of gratitude, and we are thankful for globalisation: without it, this long-standing American holiday may never have made its way across the pond. In the past few years, plenty of Brits have embraced the tradition and for good reason (hint: the food is delicious). Read on for our round-up of the must-eat Thanksgiving dinners taking place across the capital and book a table with SquareMeal today.

Thanksgiving London restaurants bars

Christopher’s, Covent Garden 

What: The folks at Christopher’s in Covent Garden are paying homage to America with a special one-day-only menu. Guests will be able to tuck into the likes of Maryland crab cake with red pepper mayo, slow-cooked ballotine of organic turkey with cornbread, and baked pecan pie cheesecake with Graham cracker ice cream – book Christopher’s now

Where: 18 Wellington Street, WC2E 7DD

How much: £60 for three courses

Photo credit: Ella Singleton

Thanksgiving London restaurants bars

The Jones Family Project, Shoreditch

What: From 23-25 November, this family affair will be dishing out a Thanksgiving menu inspired by Wild Turkey Whiskey. Alongside the expected turkey feast, diners can also enjoy the likes of cream of squash soup with pumpkin seeds and winter truffle, and pecan pie with nougat ice cream – book The Jones Family Project now

Where: 78 Great Eastern Street EC2A 3JL

How much: £35 for three courses (£70 with paired drinks)

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STK, Covent Garden

What: With US-style steaks its forte, it’s no surprise that STK is offering a slap-up holiday feast. A slow-roasted organic turkey takes centre stage here, alongside cider-braised ribs, sausage and bread stuffing, and creamed corn cake. There’s no way you’ll leave hungry – book STK now

Where: 336-337 Strand WC2R 1HA

How much: £65

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Cut at 45 Park Lane, Mayfair

What: Wolfgang Puck’s Cut at 45 Park Lane is overseen by American executive chef David McIntyre and he’s created a US-style bar bite for the occasion. Guests can enjoy a trio of sweets, including a mini pecan pie with maple ganache, an apple choux with almond mousse and a pumpkin doughnut with cinnamon cream cheese – book Cut at 45 Park Lane now 

Where: 45 Park Lane W1K 1PN

How much: £14

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Red Rooster at The Curtain Hotel, Shoreditch

What: Harlem-inspired Red Rooster is serving a three-course feast that is sure to have you singing the national anthem. Kicking things off with cornbread with honey butter, guests will then move on to a roast turkey with sweet potatoes and marshmallows, before finishing with a slice of apple pie – book Red Rooster now

Where: 45 Curtain Road EC2A 4PT

How much: £55

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The English Grill at Rubens at The Palace, Belgravia

What: Although The English Grill is quintessentially British (it’s kind of in the name), it’s hosting an American invasion with its US-loving Thanksgiving menu. Guests can chow down on barbequed pig cheeks, black leg turkey with cornbread stuffing and cranberry sauce, and pumpkin pie – book The English Grill

Where: The Rubens at the Palace, 39 Buckingham Palace Road, SW1W 0PS

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108 Brasserie, Marylebone

What: 108 Brasserie’s take on this long-standing American tradition sees a three-course feast, including turkey with all the trimmings, and baked mac ’n’ cheese with leeks and black truffle. Elsewhere on the menu, you’ll find roast butternut squash salad, and New York cheesecake with blueberry compote – book 108 Brasserie now

Where: 108 Marylebone Lane W1U 2QE

How much: £40

Thanksgiving London restaurants bars

Galvin Hop, City 

What: If you’re not looking to go the whole hog this Thanksgiving, Galvin Hop has the answer. On its menu, you can find a limited-edition Turkey Dog – a gourmet hotdog topped with a turkey sausage, bacon and cranberry sauce – book Galvin Hop now

Where: 35 Spital Square E1 6DY

How much: £14.50

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Bar Boulud, Knightsbridge

What: Housed in the grand Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park, Bar Boulud is a great choice for some luxury Thanksgiving feasting. On the three-course set menu, you’ll find squash soup with pumpkin seeds, turkey breast with white sausage and sage stuffing, and pecan tarte with vanilla ice cream – book Bar Boulud now

Where: Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park SW1X 7LA

How much: £45

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Heddon Street Kitchen, Mayfair

What: This Gordon Ramsay joint is pledging allegiance to good food with a scrumptious three-course menu. It’s serving up pumpkin soup, followed by roasted Norfolk bronze turkey with seasonal chestnut stuffing and finishing with a warm pecan pie with cinnamon spiced ice cream – book Heddon Street Kitchen now

Where: 3-9 Heddon Street, W1B 4BE

How much: £45

For more US-style scoffing, take a look at our list of the best North American restaurants in London.