K 3, the All-day-dining restaurant at JW Marriot has launched its winter brunch for the season and it was a lavish spread we ate last Sunday with live music & wonderful ambiance.
As per the Press Release “Perk up your lazy Sunday afternoon by indulging in a lavish spread of soups, salads, main course and to end your meal on a sweet note, a host of mouthwatering desserts. The star of the Sunday Winter Brunch is the live carving station featuring Tender Lamb Leg, Slow Roasted Poultry and Herb Roasted Chicken. The courtyard section featuring the back yard barbeque, will adopt age-old rustic cooking methods from the far west to conjure up delectable roasts with a choice of meats and vegetables, traditional sauces and accompaniments. “Catch of the day” ,the sea food bar featuring Kerala Prawns, Pomfret and other sea food made to order with an array of marinades, a real treat for fresh catch from the backwaters, along with our very own Delhi 06 food – the Sigri Kebabs, Kormas and Biryanis.”
I had attended the last season’s winter brunch launch and totally loved it (read review here). This time around, they have re-introduced the popular winter brunch staples and also brought in some new dishes. The K3 for your information has 3 live kitchens, showcasing Tuscan, Cantonese and North Indian cuisine each.
I will focus on what all we (me & the husband) liked & recommend in this season’s winter brunch menu. I absolutely loved the Rajma, Missi Roti & mixed veg (with coconut) dry fry in the North Indian counter. The Rajma was light, yet vary flavorful, so a total thumbs up for me. Since I prefer the Tuscan counter over the rest two, I tried a number of dishes from that counter. The salads were fresh and I particularly liked the Caesar Salad, the cheeses, the roasted potato and the veg lasagna. In fact, the veg lasagna was given excellent rating by the husband too.
The husband absolutely loved the pork ribs from the Cantonese Counter, he said ‘it was crispy and came off the bones smoothly’. He also liked the tender lamb leg & herb roasted chicken. He loved the Kosha Mangso (introduced for first time in the winter brunch menu) and biryani from the North Indian counter very much.
The K3 has a dessert counter which is very extensive and just the sight of it is pure bliss for anyone with a sweet tooth. The husband loved the baklava and I loved the chocolate pudding best among all the desserts we sampled.
K3 has been built with generous spacing (both indoors & al fresco area) and with excellent service & live music, it makes for a wonderful place to head for lazy Sunday brunches!!