If your oven is too small to accommodate a turkey for Thanksgiving on Thursday, you need not despair. A number of restaurants are mark this American holiday. If you want to celebrate just like you would at home (without having to cook or clean up) head to the American Pie. Groups of eight or more can enjoy the meal, family style. A whole turkey, baked ham, stuffing, side dishes and desserts will be served to each party. You'd better hone your carving skills, because you have to carve the turkey yourself. The dinner is $250 plus 10 per cent; phone 2877 9779. At California, the dinner is only $175 plus 10 per cent; if you want seconds it's another $60. It's a traditional turkey with all the trimmings, including roasted chestnut and wild mushroom stuffing. Phone 2521 1345. Bayou chefs are cooking up the famous Cajun fried turkey with gravy, as well as smoked duck gumbo, cornbread or oyster stuffing, stuffed prawns, vegetables, and a choice for dessert of apple, pecan, pumpkin or praline sweet potato pie. It's $325 plus 10 per cent, phone 2526 2118. 27 Restaurant in the Park Lane has a four-course dinner for $398 plus 10 per cent. As well as turkey with cornbread stuffing, guests can enjoy Oregon pumpkin soup, and for dessert a steamed sticky cranberry pudding. Phone 2839 3327. The three-course Thanksgiving menu at L.A. Brasserie in the Regal Kowloon is available from Wednesday-Friday. If guests don't want a traditional turkey dinner, they can have grilled salmon with tandoori spices or wild mushrooms and asparagus stew in puff pastry. It's $228 plus 10 per cent for adults, or $158 for children 10 or under. Phone 2313 8668. Thanksgiving at the Bostonian in the Great Eagle starts with oyster chowder or hot smoked salmon on crispy potato cake with caviar cream, and a main course of fillet of sole on herb pecan cream sauce or roast turkey with chestnut stuffing. The three-course dinner is $330 plus 10 per cent; phone 2375 1133 ext 2070. Celebrants at the Peninsula can have a Pacific Rim dinner in Felix or a more traditional meal in the Verandah. The menu for Felix includes smoked Scottish salmon with grapefruit salad; for the main course there's roast turkey with Brussel sprouts, Chinese sausage and chestnut stuffing or maple-glazed York ham with ginger sweet potatoes. It's $420 plus 10 per cent; call 2315 3188. The Verandah has a three-course dinner ($350 plus 10 per cent) with a choice of turkey and accompaniments, or roast prime rib of beef, grilled salmon steak, or penne pasta with smoked chicken, zucchini and sweet corn. For dessert there's pumpkin pie, devil's food cake or sweet semolina pudding. Reservations on 2315 3166. The food pages are edited by Susan Jung. Tel: 2565 2611. Fax: 2562 2485.