Raise a toast to some exciting German fare and chilled brews at Reflections and an opening brunch at
Lotus Café to kick-start the popular Munich style festivities.
Mumbai, 14th September, 2022 – Experience the authentic German fare and a selection of handpicked German brews as JW Marriott Mumbai Juhu, the leading five-star luxury hotel in Mumbai gears up to celebrate Oktoberfest from 16th September to 3rd October, 2022.
Welcome the world-famous German beer fest with an inaugural Oktoberfest Sunday Brunch at Lotus Café, the all-day dining restaurant on 18th September. Executive Chef Abhishek Basu and his team have curated a menu showcasing an array of traditional Bavarian street-style signatures that complement the vast gamut of beers.
Meanwhile at Reflections, the lobby lounge and bar, sip on a vast collection of brews such as Hopper Wit Pint, Hopper Blond Pint, Brewdog Punk IPA, Erdinger Dunkel, Erdinger Weissbier, Singha and more, with a view of the breathtaking sunset over the Arabian Sea. The sea-facing lobby lounge will be transformed to replicate the Oktoberfest festivities from 16th September to 3rd October and guests can select from an array of indulgent appetizers such as Pretzels (with coarse mustard, Sauerkraut, Obatzda dip), Classic German Potato Salad, Kartoffelsuppe, Braised Sticky Baby Pork Ribs, Chicken Schnitzel, Maultaschen, Spatzele and more.
Prost (Cheers!) to fun, frolic and an exciting German fare as you experience Munich festivities in Mumbai at JW Marriott Mumbai Juhu’s Oktoberfest 2022.
Oktoberfest Brunch at Lotus Cafe
● When: 18th September, 2022
● Timings: 12:30 pm to 3:30 pm
● Price: Non-alcoholic - INR 2,900 plus taxes | Alcoholic - INR 4,250 plus taxes
Oktoberfest at Reflections
● When: 16th September – 3rd October, 2022
● Timings: 2:00 pm to 1:00 am
● A La Carte
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