November 29, 2013, 12:10 pm -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Getting introduced to different cultures and traditions maintained by people of different countries enriches one's knowledge tank. London, the British capital is a place that apart from its rich history and scenic beauty has been attracting people from all corners of the globe with its vibrant carnivals, festivals and events, many of which have got great cultural significance. It's the middle of November, and London is gearing up to celebrate the Thanksgiving Day, a cultural tradition of the Americans. London being the home to a huge population of Americans, observe this auspicious occasion with great fervor. The Thanksgiving Day is a splendid opportunity for visitors who have planned to stay at London at the end of November, to be a part of this American cultural event and experience its magic.
In United States, the fourth Thursday of November is observed as the Thanksgiving Day and according to the calendar, this year November 28 is that day. The significance of the event lies in thanking the land for her blessings with good harvest and thanking each other for the year that has been passed. For visitors having American friends in London, the Thanksgiving Day is a great time to spend in the city and indulge in some fabulous eating sessions. It's a real ‘treat day' for the gastronomists as endless scopes of tasting varieties of items from American and other cuisines are offered by the famous restaurants, bars and hotels in London. Specialty of the Thanksgiving Day is the traditional three-course menus which will be served by the best restaurants in the city. To complement a great Thanksgiving dinner with some exciting entertainment, famous sports bar Jetlag will host an ‘Exclusively American' night and would screen some classic NFL films. For gastronomists, delight will be served on the table in the forms of mouthwatering specialty dishes like pecan pie and pumpkin soup. Live music would also be performed to add to the charming ambience.
On the special day, visitors may also opt for a traditional Thanksgiving Dinner, which would be hosted by the Benjamin Franklin House near Trafalgar Square. JW Steakhouse in Mayfair would also serve special dishes to people willing to celebrate the auspicious occasion and catering service would be available from noon to 11 pm. Exclusive Three-course menus featuring mouthwatering dishes like wild grilled bass, New England clam chowder and Missisippi mud pie would surely delight the taste buds of gastronomists here.
Other than the eminent restaurants, many deluxe hotels in London are also likely to surprise guests with some great menus at their on-site restaurants. Besides, guests may opt to stay at hotels that offer easy accesses to some top restaurants in the city. Park Grand London Paddington would be a perfect accommodation choice from that perspective since the hotel is close to the Paddington underground train station from where trains to important zones of London housing big restaurants are available.
About Park Grand London Paddington
Situated at the affluent Queens Gardens, Baywater, an area famous for restaurants specialized in diverse cuisines, Park Grand London Paddington is a deluxe modern hotel equipped with contemporary amenities. The hotel is recognized for its elegant appointment and service excellence which is proved by the level of luxury, comfort and convenience offered by each guestroom. Other than supremely comfortable bed, each room of the hotel provides guests with amenities like plasma TV, tea/coffee making facility, complimentary broadband and Wi-Fi internet access and ensuite rain shower. Park Grand London Paddington also houses the famous Atlantic Restaurant and Bar which serves wide array of traditional items in breakfast. For meeting the thirst, there are varieties of cocktails to choose from. to complement the drinking, the bar also serves tasty light appetizers.