Sunday, 25 September 2016

Idyllic in Italy @JW Marriott New Delhi Aerocity

K3 brings the traditional Sicilian Sunday Brunch which promises to transport you to the Mediterranean Savour authentic creations, crafted lovingly from age old recipes for a true Italian feast. The Sicilian Sunday theme brunch is at it's all day dining restaurant K3 for the months of September and October.
Chef Vincenzo has crafted the menu from the age old Italian recipes to transport you to the Mediterranean.

K3 is a magical looking restaurant serving some brilliantly yummy food and we tried a lot of things. 
Read below to know more :-

I started with Pasta Con Le Sarde and Red wine Sangria. The pasta was cooked in Saffron and nuts, and was very pleasant on my palate. The Sangria complemented it beautifully.

Agello con Battuto al Limon -
The lemon scented lamb was cooked to perfection, it was literally melting in my mouth.
Spiedini all Eoliana -
The Mediterranean seafood skewers tasted as good as they looked.
Mushroom risotto -
This was made by Chef Vincenzo himself and is one of the best risottos I've had. It was definitely the highlight of my day.
Melanzane Funghetto -
The eggplants sautéed with olives and tomatoes made a flavoursome combination.

Schiacciata alla Messinese -
The crust of the pizza was a little dry but the Lettuce and Anchovies stuffing more than made up for it.

Crocché -
It had a cheesy inside with crispy potato skin.
Panini Cresciuti -
It was a little pizza pocket with delectable flavours.
The buffet also had a North Indian section which had some exquisite flavours. The Ghosht Dum Biryani and the Tandoori chicken were my favourites from the section.
They even had an Indian street food corner to cater to everyone's Chaat and Pav bhaaji cravings.

The third section I visited after the Sicilian and North Indian sections was the Cantonese one.
I had the Orange glazed roasted duck and Dimsums. The duck was juicy and tender but it was the Prawn dimsum that won my heart. The chilly dip along with the Prawn dimsums made a scrumptious pair.

The last and the most inviting section was the dessert bar.
I had the Sicilian Cannoli and the Pear Galette, two of Chef Vincenzo's favourite desserts. The taste did complete justice to the reputation.
I also had other mouth watering desserts like the Strawberry Basil Jelly with Pistachio Cremeux, Milk chocolate bavorise with Ferrero Rochers, Red velvet cupcakes, Panacota with mixed berry compote, Hazelnut delight.
There wasn't a single dessert that I didn't love.

Overall, team missfoodiediaries had an amazing experience.
 Tkanks to all the chefs of K3 for the wonderful food and their hospitality.



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