16 Places to Get Thanksgiving Dinner in Beijing

By Justine Lopez, November 16, 2016

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Thanksgiving is right around the corner. For all you non-Americans out there, the big day is thisThursday November 24. If you're looking to gorge yourself this Thanksgiving, you're in luck. There are tons of dinners and delivery services popping up around town for the holiday. We hope you're hungry!

Thanksgiving @ Home Plate BBQ

You can’t get much more American than Home Plate. In honor of Turkey Day, Home Plate will be serving up a buffet of whole barbequed turkeys, smoked turkey breast and even whole pigs – and of course you can expect all the traditional sides and free-flow (select) drinks. The price is RMB388 per person or RMB288 for kids 12 and under. There are limited seats, so it’s probably best to make a reservation. 

Thurs Nov 24, 6.30-9pm. Home Plate BBQ, see event listing

Thanksgiving Feast @ Kerry


Spend the day with your friends and family at Kerry's Kitchen. They'll have a bountiful buffet spread for the occasion. Expect all the traditional favorites: roast turkey with stuffing, grilled Australian prime beef ribs, pumpkin pie, mashed potatoes and gravy, log cakes and so much more. During this family-filled day there will also be an Adventure Zone just for the kids.

Southern Thanksgiving @ Ramo

Taste the flavors of the southern states at Ramo next Thursday. The menu includes roast turkey with stuffing, five sides and dessert. 

Thurs Nov 24, 5.30-10pm. RMB198 (pre-sale) / RMB228 (walk-in). Ramo, see event listing



Rager Pie and The Distillery are pairing up to bring you Thorsgiving dinner. There will be tons of great food, inlcuding turkey, stuffing, rosemary mashed potatoes, turkey soup and much more deliciousness. There are limited seats so make sure to RSVP and prepay by Saturday November 20. 

Thurs Nov 24, 6.30-late. RMB250, The Distillary.

Thanksgiving Dinner Buffet @ Feast

Feast is preparing a traditional American Thanksgiving buffet dinner. There will be roasted turkey, chestnut apricot stuffing, chipolata sausages, roasted Brussels sprouts, butter-maple carrots, mashed potatoes and more. Oh, and there will be tons of pies too. Reservations are suggested. 

Thurs Nov 24, 5.30-10pm. RMB228. Feast, see event listing

The Cut

The Cut will be serving an extravagant four-course meal for Thanksgiving (RMB588 per person). The menu will feature traditional turkey, Wagyu filet mignon, foie gras shallot confit and black gravy. Reservations are recommended. 

Thurs Nov 24, 6-11pm. Fairmont Beijing, see event listing

Happy Thanksgiving Day @ Eudora Station


Eudora is celebrating Thanksgiving until November 27. The family set menu goes for RMB1580 (eight people) and RMB790 (four people). They also have turkey and ham delivery (RMB998 6-8 people). 

Thanksgiving Dinner @ Hilton Beijing


Enjoy Thanksgiving in style at the Hilton Beijing. ONE EAST will be preparing a special set meal for the occasion (RMB398 per person). Expect dishes like Foie Gras Terrine Salad, Cream of Pea Truffle Soup with Aged Ham, Roasted Whole Turkey and Raspberry Cheesecake. And at Elements there will be a generous dinner buffet (RMB298 per person), complete with lucky draw prizes.

Thanksgiving Dinner @ NUO 

Head to NUO for a buffet chock full of carving stations with traditional roast turkey and an array of sides and decadent desserts. There will be free-flow house wine, too. 

Thurs Nov 24. RMB428 per person. NUO Hotel

Classic Americana Thanksgiving @ Bistrot B

Reserve a spot at Bistrot B for an excellent four-course Thanksgiving dinner (RMB680). The menu will include Baked Oysters Rockefeller, Lobster and Corn Chowder, Roasted Heritage Farms Turkey and Pumpkin Tarts.

Thanksgiving Dinner Buffet @ Kempinski

Kranzler's Restaurant will be cooking up a traditional Thanksgiving dinner for RMB298 per person. Expect the usual suspects from pumpkin pie to mashed potatoes to turkey. There will be free-flow soft drinks and juices, too. If you’re planning on preparing dinner at home you can always order a Kempi Deli turkey to go (RMB 209 net/kilo). Turkeys come with stuffing, traditional condiments and sauces. Just make sure to place your order 48 hours in advance. 

The Big Smoke

Whether you’re looking to order food to go or dine in, The Big Smoke has got you covered. Turkey prices are as follows: Three person portion (RMB500); half a turkey (RMB1100, serves around eight people), whole turkey (RMB1900). They’re also preparing all the sides. Cranberry sauce comes free with all turkey orders. All other sides are RMB50 each and include chorizo stuffing, sweet potato and marshmallow casserole, Brussels sprouts with bacon, roasted garlic mashed potatoes and pumpkin empanadas. Desserts are all priced at RMB30. If you’re looking to dine in make your reservations by the end of this week. Send emails to Connor at cwbrennan@gmail.com. Click here for more information.

Traitor Zhou's and Jing-A Thanksgiving Dinner

Jing-A and Traitor Zhou’s are partnering up for yet another Thanksgiving bonanza. Sip on some pumpkin beer and chow down on Traitor’s signature fried chicken and a whole host of their Cajun-inspired sides. They’ll have two seatings (at 6pm and 8pm) at the Jing-A Taproom and Okra. For reservations, call Jing-A at 6501 8883 or Okra at 6593 5087.

See event listing.

The Rug


True to tradition, The Rug is offering their whole range baked chicken set which includes two glasses of mulled wine and two pumpkin pies (RMB388 per set). Each set is good for 2-4 people. They will also bake whole turkeys, but make sure to make your reservations 48 hours in advance (RMB 180/kg).  

Nov 24-27, dinner starts at 5.30pm; Nov 24-30 at Chat Room, by reservation only. 

Where to order turkeys and more: 

Turkey Taxi from Fairmont Beijing 

Don't have an oven in which to cook your own Thanksgiving turkey? Not to worry. The chefs over at The Cut will cook everything up for you, including slow roased turkey, homemade gravy and all the sides. Make sure to order 48 hours in advance. RMB1500 gets you turkey and two side dishes (additional sides cost RMB58 each). Call 8507 3618 for more information

See event listing

Rager Pie

Rager Pie is getting into the spirit of things with their special Thanksgiving pies, including their Pumpkin Pie (4-inch RMB25; 9-inch RMB125) and Turkey Pie (5-inch RMB60; 9-inch RMB150). Head over to their store or WeChat account to place an order. 

Village Cafe

If you're looking to order in, Village Cafe at The Opposite House has an extensive Thanksgiving menu. Mains include basically everything from whole turkeys to glazed ham, sides consist of an array of dishes from pecan and sage stuffing to cranberries in port wine sauce, and desserts range from pumpkin pie to a chocolate pecan pie. For more information call 6410 5210. 

April Gourmet 

April Gourmet is offering turkey delivery for RMB99 per kilo. 

The Big Smoke 

See above for more information on what's on offer. 

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