Saturday, December 22, 2012



The Lowdown – The Hotel partners with two star Michelin Chef Sergi Arola, an irrepressible culinary trend-setter to bring his sublime ‘Arola’ brand (six around the world) to India. Chef Arola firmly believes that Catalan food is all about enjoyment and quality ingredients. He makes sure his diners are delighted by excellent food that Catalan cuisine is world-famous for. The new perspective on Spanish food makes the meal a gastronome’s delight.
Ambience- Upmarket Spanish with handsome décor, breath-taking views of the Arabian Sea and noble ambience echo the beauty of Renaissance Spain. Contemporary lounge music with distinctive Spanish and Latin influences sets the mood. The cocktail couture at interactive the bar prominently offers over 30 varieties of Gin. The unique culinary concept on offer by the chef is called ‘Pica Pica’ – a style of dining where a variety of creative dishes are served on a platter for all to share. The food is presented on small beautiful ceramic, glass and stone plates.
Lip-smacking-Chef Sergi Arola’s signature preparations include ‘Patatas bravas’(“Bravas deAROLA”, deep fried potatoes filled with a spicy tomato sauce and topped with aioli), ‘Sardinas’ (Marinated fillets, with “Huevas deArenque”, tomato and toasted bread), ‘Filet Mignon’ (Knife cut steak tartar, with a soy sauce and wasabi infusion and crunchy onions), ‘Tomates Maduros’ (Served as a salad, tossed with extra virgin olive oil, marinated tuna and black Alentejo olives) and ‘Gambas’ (Prawns sautéed with garlic, chili and parsley). And yes the famed ‘Spanish Sangria’ is to die for!
Don't even go there – If you want to eat lunch.
'Man’ Speak – This chic lifestyle destination will surely put Mumbai on the World’s gastronomic map.
How to get thereLobby Level, JW Marriott Hotel, Juhu Tara Road, Juhu, Mumbai
Phone to reserve- +91-022-66933220
Timings- 5pm to 1 Am, Open all days!
Dress Code - Smart casuals (open footwear, short pants, and sleeveless shirts for men not allowed)
Cost - An average meal for two without alcohol would cost INR 3,000 plus taxes.
published in The Man