JW Marriot brings a Festival of Flavours to Citrique

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With international and domestic travel once again on hold, we’re sharing some new and exciting experiences on offer in our backyard, like the recently launched Festival of Flavours at the JW Marriot Gold Coast’s premier restaurant Citrique.

The culinary experience available Thursday through Sunday takes diners on a Festival of Flavours buffet paying homage to cuisines from around the world, offering locals that sense of adventure they have been craving for the last eighteen months.

Citrique will be serving up authentic dishes from a variety of diverse chefs, each plating up signature dishes from their cultural background, each championing a different cuisine each month, taking diners on an exotic journey.

“Australians have been yearning for new experiences and ways to explore the world. At Citrique, we’re excited to deliver a new luxury dining experience, highlighting different cultures and sharing recipes passed down through generations of our chefs, to be enjoyed with friends and family,” said Head of Culinary, Paul Smart.

Citrique’s talented team of chefs will bring their own culture and heritage to Citrique’s table over the next 12 months, incorporating local and seasonal produce and sustainably sourced ingredients for unique and flavourful dishes.

Indian – July: July sees diners taken on a tour of India with dishes including butter chicken, pork vindaloo, tadka dal and garlic naan, with a live station of Gobi Manchurian and Tandoori Jingha and completed with Gulab Jamoon, Rice and Saffron Kheer and Kulfi for dessert.

Turkish – August: August will boast authentic Turkish flavours, including a delicious slow-cooked lamb shoulder, moussaka, sumac prawns, lentil kofta, grilled eggplant salad, along with Baklava, Turkish Delight and Spiced Rice Pudding for dessert.

Brazilian – September: Feel the heat in September with flaming Brazilan flavours of South America, including Brazilian BBQ Lamb, Chicken Beef and Chorizo, Feijoada Wild Brown Beans, Moqueca, Farofa, along with grilled pineapple with cinnamon, Brigadeiro and Bolo De Rolo for dessert.

Italian – October: Travel to the heart of Italy and indulge in wood-fired pizzas made in the JW wood-fired oven, along with speciality pastas with rich and tasty handmade sauces.

The Festival of Flavours is available Thursdays & Fridays from 5:30 pm and Saturday and Sundays from 12 pm with prices starting at $109pp
visit gcmag.me/citrique for more information.

After recently dining at Citrique, you are definitely in for a culinary treat. The food is some the best and freshest on offer, and during our Degustation stunningly plated, making the whole experience world-class.



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