“When you bond, you bond with your soul & the way one easily bonds with one another is through the victuals on the table”- Noorain.
The simple act of eating food, has so many facets to it. It not only satiates your hunger but it also satiates your soul. It’s over food, that the best of conversations happen & it is over food that I believe that you even carve bonds with each other.
For me a Sunday is a very special day, it’s the only day that we as a family get to spend time with each other. So, more often than not, i love spending my Sundays doing what i love the best sans the restraints of time or pending paperwork.
Last Sunday, i found myself savouring the “Monsoon Brunch Buffet ” at JW Kitchen curated by Chef Daniel.
About JW Kitchen’s Monsoon Brunch Buffet :
The Monsoon Brunch Buffet , is a tongue tickling affair with a vast spread of delights for you. The buffet consists of a Salad & Cheese Counter, Indian Street Food Counter with Chaats, Bunny Chow & Pav Bhaji, Oriental Counter, Grill Meats Counter, Indian Cuisine Counter, a special Spice Terrace pop up by Chef Saddam, Dedicated live Sushi Counter, a dedicated section for the vegetarians with homely flavours, live Pasta Counter, a dessert counter with both Indian & Continental ones & of course a bar counter, to get your spirits high (pun intended) while, the there is a live music performance going on.
They also have a dedicated food counter for the kids, with live entertainment & play area replete with an Air castle, inflatable pool, games & go around.
The ingredients that go into the dishes are sourced with great care. Special mention to the in house pasta that is made fresh for some of the dishes, so that they can stay as authentic as possible. The desserts are done with utmost care and trust me, they are a delight to indulge in.
What dishes i loved during my Monsoon Brunch Buffet sampling :
. The delicious array of Salads, specially the tomato & boconccini salad.
. The Sushi’s hit home with demure flavours.
. The Ravioli with Alfredo sauce. I opted for a vegetarian version.
. Thai Curry.
. Kothu Paratha.
. Bunny Chow & Pav Bhaji
. Valrohna Mousse ( took me to the moon & back)
Here are a few pics from around the buffet :
Verdict : It’s a great way to unwind and enjoy a lazy Sunday with the family. Definitely, something to check out, if you’re on the lookout for great brunches.
Rating : 4.5/5