3 stylish restaurants to celebrate Thanksgiving

In the United States, every last Thursday in November, the feast of Thanksgiving is shared by families and friends around a traditional turkey with all the trimmings and pumpkin pie. Where to go enjoy this amazing feast in Paris? The answer in 3 restaurants.

Ralph’s

Impossible to dream of a more chic and more cosy venue than the most American of all the Parisian restaurants to come celebrate Thanksgiving. First of all, the decor: a lit fireplace, Chesterfield armchairs and wood beams. Now is the time to sit at the table with a traditional warm cider or a glass of champagne.

At the table: a special feast served buffet style! Butternut soup, salad of Winter greens from Vermont, roasted turkey with a Calvados sauce, pork sausages stuffed with chestnuts, rosemary and sage, root vegetables braised with maple wood, Brussel sprouts with bacon, home-made mashed potatoes as well as sweet potatoes, pilaf rice with mushrooms, chutney with apples and cranberries, buttery biscuits and cranberry biscuits. And to finish on a high note, the top emblematic desserts: home-made apple pie, deep dish Charleston pecan nut pie or traditional pumpkin pie.

Buffet served on the evening of November 22nd. €130 wines included.

All the info on Ralph’s

173 Boulevard Saint-Germain, 75006 Paris 01 44 77 76 00

Le Coq Rico

Installed since the past 4 years in New-York, star chef Antoine Westermann has a heart-throb for this US ritual. Impossible for this great gourmet not to celebrate his new whimsy for turkey and Thanksgiving in his bistro dedicated to fowl.

At the table: a terrine of foie gras with 12 spices and cranberry chutney, a turkey broth with black truffle, stuffed and roasted turkey from the Ardennes served with chestnuts and red cabbage, celery and mashed sweet potatoes. To end the festivities on a sweet note: a caramelized peach brioche

Menu at €75 served at lunch and dinner the 22nd of November at Coq Rico.

All the info on lecoqrico.com/paris/

99 Rue Lepic 75018 Paris  01 42 59 82 89

Drugstore Publicis

Yummy, to celebrate turkey and Thanksgiving, Eric Frechon has signed an exceptional US menu for the mythical Champs Elysées brasserie, revived by English designer Tom Dixon.

At the table: corn nuggets, pumpkin soup with chestnut slivers and roasted hazelnuts, farm range turkey, cooked in a big pot, and mashed sweet potatoes with foie gras, gravy. As a curtain dropper, the one and only Drugstore Pecan pie, coffee and mignardises sweet treats…

Thanksgiving dinner offered on Thursday the 22nd of November by reservation only: 60 euros (Drinks not included)

All the information on the Drugstore

133 Avenue des Champs-Elysées 75008 Paris. 01 44 43 77 64

Also check out Tom Dixon, the English designer everyone is talking about

Elodie Rouge

Others suggestions

The week of Do It

Latest news

Most read

Advertisement