Canadian Thanksgiving at Distillery Gastropub on October 12

Canadian Thanksgiving at Distillery Gastropub on October 12

Serving up Canadian favourites such as pulled turkey, maple bacon potatoes and Beaver Tails

Dubai, UAE, October 5, 2020 – Distillery Gastropub and its Canadian Group Executive Chef Brian will celebrate Canadian Thanksgiving on Monday 12th October. The patriotic occasion promises a warming festive atmosphere, Canadian décor and delicious food at a wallet-friendly price.

Canadian Thanksgiving Dinner at Distillery is priced at AED 129 per person for a three-course menu with a glass of white or red wine.

Diners can expect to have their hungry holiday appetites well taken care of with a special menu that comprises all of Canada’s favourite Thanksgiving ingredients.

To start, a hearty serving of the nation’s most popular dish will be served – poutine, topped with smoked pulled turkey, roasted cranberries, herb sour cream and gravy. Next is the 24-hour braised beef brisket accompanied by maple bacon potatoes, spiced pumpkin puree, smoked cabbage and beef jus.

For dessert comes the most loved Canadian treat of all – homemade Beaver Tails – delicious dough pastry that’s stretched to look like a beaver’s tail, fried and then topped with thick cream and cinnamon sugar, then served warm.

All guests at Distillery’s Canadian Thanksgiving Dinner will also receive a glass of red or white wine to accompany their meal.

Distillery Gastropub is located in Souk al Manzil, Downtown, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, and is open from 12.30pm – 2am on Friday – Saturday, and 4pm to 2am on Sunday – Thursday.

For reservations or more information, call +971 54 998 2003, visit, or follow @distillerydubai.


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