NITN | @notintownlive | 18 Jun 2020
Kolkata/NITN: JW Marriott Kolkata has arranged for both dine in and delivery facilities for all those keen to celebrate Father's Day on June 21.
The hotel has assured that it is maintaining the highest standards of hygiene and sanitization at every step of preparing and serving the food.
For those who want to avail the dine in facilities, the hotel is offering a specially curated table brunch.
The brunch, priced at Rs 999 (all inclusive) per person will be available as a set menu at the property’s all-day dining, JW Kitchen, on 21 June 2020 from 12.30 PM to 3.30 PM.
And if you are doubtful about stepping out, there is a special delivery menu (minimum order of Rs 1,000) consisting of a range of sweet delicacies such as “Mango Baileys Entremets”, “Raspberry & Chocolate” gateaux, “Praline Success (Salted Caramel, Almond & Orange)” and “Fruits of Heaven (Sherry soaked fruits with fresh cream)” cakes, and exquisite boxes of chocolate bonbons, which come in “Whisky”, “Salted” and “Fruit” flavors.
For dine in reservations, call +91 33 6633 0000, +91 90070 66262,
For delivery call: 91 9007062262
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