Marriott To Open New Restaurant 'Crossroads'
Category: Kuwait
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JW Marriott Kuwait will add a whole new dimension to Kuwait dining scene with its upcoming new restaurant 'Crossroads', due to open by 11 October, 2016.

The new restaurant will feature a wide range of distinctive cuisines, including Italian, Japanese, Chinese, Indian and Mediterranean. The culinary delicacies of these cuisines have dominated the world for many centuries and still proving to be the most popular. This concept will be the first of its kind in Kuwait, offering a world of authentic cuisines under one roof.

The menu will offer regional and global flavors with a universal appeal, and a special emphasis will be placed on freshly cooked foods.  A la carte menu will also be available offering dishes like seafood risotto and paella, penne arabiata, lamb tagine, murgh tikka, tandoori chicken, red curries, sushi, grilled sirloin with herb butter and a lot more.

In addition, the menu will also feature decadent desserts, including bitter chocolate mousse cake, exotic fruit platters, crème brûlée and a selection of cheeses. And for beverages, the menu will provide an array of exotic fruit and vegetable drinks.

Furthermore, the different cooking stations at Crossroads will be seamlessly fused within the large and elegant dining space, to allow guests to enjoy an exciting and fun experience.

Cluster General Manager of Marriott Hotels in Kuwait, Mr. George Aoun said ‘with this new addition, we are looking to move away from the traditional dining concept and provide guests with a more enjoyable dining experience.’

‘Crossroads Restaurant will captivate the senses with aromas of the tandoori oven, freshly baked naan, wood-fired pizzas, Chinese stir-fry and sizzling grills. It will be the perfect destination for both individuals and families looking for high quality food with an attentive service in the most colorful and contemporary interior design.’ Aoun added.

18 Aug, 2016 0 806
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