Okay, so this might seem a little obvious, but it’s still an option. However, the one item that many struggle to find for their Thanksgiving meal is the turkey. Thankfully Thomas Meats have you covered. Every year they ship in American smoked turkeys, and they’re even precooked, so all you need to do is pop your turkey in the oven or carve it and heat it in the rice cooker. The go pretty fast so you’ll have to call quick to make sure you get one.
Every year, The American Club has a lunch and dinner Thanksgiving buffet and this year is no different. The menu includes seasonal breads, pumpkin soup, cold platters, roast turkey, gammon ham, roasted prime rib, buttered corn, cornbread, and mashed potatoes. For dessert, there’s a huge selection including the obligatory pumpkin pie and some cheesecake. You can choose either a lunch or dinner sitting, and the cost is NT$1,225 per person plus a 10% service charge.
As one of Taipei’s oldest and most famous bars, Carnegie’s is always on point with their holiday meals and parties. This year their Thanksgiving menu is available from November 20th to 24th and costs NT$680. You get a roast turkey dinner with all the usual trimmings, and their dessert sounds pretty good. It’s a pumpkin cheesecake with ginger crust and caramel sauce. Delicious.