Eats, India

JW Cafe – Sunday Brunch at JW Marriott, Sahar

1st April 2015

I was privileged to sample JW Cafe’s first Sunday Brunch on 22nd March, 2015. Sunday to me has always been about a big supper, brunches with my favorite food to bring cheer for the week ahead. The new JW Sahar hosted us to their first Sunday brunch, I am going to give u a spoiler before you read ahead – I LOVED IT!

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Reasons to try the JW Sahar’s Sunday Brunch

It’s Lavish !
Well who wouldn’t want to feel opulent on a sunday? The buffet is exhaustive in terms of variety and absolutely worth the price you shell out. The massive mind bogging variety is a perfectly good reason to not call your gym trainer the next day. JW Sahar has managed to make this is a big feast covering all popular cuisines from Mexican to Indian to Asian and even including exotica lesser unknown but locally popular dishes like the Sri Lankan Kotu Roti. Another highlight is the  seafood options of crab, lobster, oysters, king prawns, scallops, salmon, and more. You can live up to the aquatic fantasy!

Live counters
I love the thrill of seeing my food cooked right in front of me, and the little steps that go into a dish makes me appreciate it a little more. From live Satay Counters, to warm fresh gooey waffles being made as you stand with your eyes transfixed on the preparation. The emphasis on freshness and quality is evidently visible. Place the order, sit back and relax. Your order will be freshly served at your table.  Talk about being pampered! Their non-veg sushi platter is absolutely delectable. The Cinnamon Thai Noodle Soup is a must try.

Desserts
If you love desserts as much as I do, you will go crazy with the long endless dessert counters of sweet temptations in the form of fondues, chocolates, muffins, cheesecakes. You name it and they have it for satiating your sweet tooth – Be it homemade ice creams with various toppings, candies, jelly beans, pastries, tarts, cinnabons or waffles. It will bring out that little kid in you. Not to forget there is  a section for decadent Indian sweets too.

So, now you know where to head next Sunday right? Go pamper yourself with one of Mumbai’s newest and finest brunch.

Cost: Breakfast Buffet: Rs 1,250 plus taxes | Lunch Buffet: Rs 1,300 plus taxes | Dinner Buffet: Rs 1,700 plus taxes | Sunday Brunch: Rs 3,000 and Rs 3,600 with alcohol
Timings: 24 hours

Address: JW Marriott Hotel Mumbai Sahar, IA Project Road, Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai Sahar, Andheri East, Mumbai.
Contact: 022-33956232

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