Marco Pierre White’s Fairmont Bab Al Bahr venue announces Thanksgiving menu

The festive menu will contain the ‘Great American Turkey’, complete with giblet gravy, cranberry sauce and a number of side dishes

The menu will be served from 6pm, with prices starting at AED 249 per person
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The menu will be served from 6pm, with prices starting at AED 249 per person

Marco’s New York Italian, situated in the Fairmont Bab Al Bahr, has announced its Thanksgiving menu.

The restaurant opened at the five-star earlier this year, drawing its culinary inspiration from White’s Italian heritage and love for New York.

The festive menu will contain the ‘Great American Turkey’, complete with giblet gravy, cranberry sauce and a number of side dishes.

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The sides include sweet potato mash with Brussel sprouts, brown sugar glazed carrots, roast garlic mash and a handful of other sides.

There will also be pecan pie, pumpkin pie, and apple crumble.

Served on November 28, the day will also serve guests a festive drinks menu, along with an in-house Sommelier.

The menu will be served from 6pm, with prices starting at AED 249 per person.

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