Business Traveller (India) - - TASTE -

Lo­cated on the first floor of JW Mar­riott Mar­quis, this din­ing hall has a de­light­ful in­ter­na­tional feast. Coun­ters are spread out in all di­rec­tions, and if you reach early, you should grab a ta­ble by the dishes that please you the most. De­spite its size, Kitchen6 gets crowded rather quickly. We sat bang in the mid­dle of the restau­rant be­cause we wanted a lit­tle bit of ev­ery­thing, even sec­ond help­ings. The first counter had Mid­dle East­ern bread and dips with olives and other hot items.You could make a meal of this — I started with hum­mus, lebaneh and pita bread. Un­for­tu­nately the bread was cold from ly­ing out for a while, and the waiter said he couldn’t do any­thing about it. I chose the lavash in­stead. The other coun­ters had Euro­pean fare, and Asian and In­dian lo­cal picks. Live coun­ters en­sured our eggs were cooked ex­actly to our lik­ing. As for the pan­cakes that ac­com­pa­nied the dessert buf­fet, they were soggy, but if you ask, the staff are happy to make you fresh, crispier ones.

Open daily, break­fast tim­ings are 6am-11am; the buf­fet break­fast is priced at AED 140/`2,449;

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