It’s been almost 3 years since I have been in Dubai and as far as I remember the first brunch I ever visited in this city was at JW Marriott Marquis in their restaurant Kitchen 6. Back then and till now I don’t think any other brunch can beat their vast variety and the quality of their food.
The concept of Kitchen 6 is simple they have 6 kitchens serving up different cuisines for people of all taste and even for the fussy ones. Apart from this they even have different theme nights to please people who love their dishes. I was here on a late Thursday evening to relax in a heaven of food and get ready for the coming weekend.
Feel like having some Dimsums or some Indian Chat? No worries they got you covered. My two favorite counters were Asian and Indian where I was found most of the time trying one dish at a time. After all I had to do justice to this buffet.
Another intresting counter was the Japanese station, with sushis and Sashmi’s. I wasn’t a big fan of it but unlike me my husband preferred this over anything else. Next thing to look out for is the hidden Italian and American counter it has Ribs, grilled Chicken and of course some slippery juicy pastas.
After this massive indulgence I don’t think I had the space to look at the Arabic section but it looked busy too. I surely needed to relax before I made my way to the Dessert counter where a chocolate fountain was waiting for me. Yes, you heard it right a Chocolate fountain to end that meal perfectly.
Well this dinner was so satisfying and I don’t think it could get any better. Would surely ask you too to try it out and enjoy the splendid spread and the fabulous flavours.
Fatima AliApril 7, 2016 at 9:59 pm
This is one of my favourite restaurants in Dubai. Have been there many times. Was so near to my work, just a minute by car! Can’t ever forget the delicious pani puris I had there near Diwali.
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SanaOnFoodApril 8, 2016 at 8:09 am
I agree with that, infant even Brasserie in Le Meridien and Feast in Sheraton are equally good:)