JW Marriott Mussoorie Walnut Grove Resort and Spa spoilt me solid with its specialty dining experiences. Before I could completely digest my breakfast by the stream, I was out to enjoy a farm lunch. The folks at JW Marriott grow a lot of organic stuff on their farm. And they can set a table for a lunch or dinner on the same stunning venue. It was such a pleasure to see tomatoes growing on the vine. So here I go talking about my farm lunch with JW Marriott Mussoorie.
I was sold out on the setting as soon as I set my eyes on it. Right at the entrance there were coolers consisting of champagne and ice lolly. But as I do not like ice lollies I gave it a miss and I am sure it was my loss. They had also kept sunglasses thoughtfully, just in case you forgot to bring yours!
I was ready to dig into the soup as soon as it was served because I was hungry. We had just come back after spending a long time outdoors and that works wonders for whipping up an appetite. My soup vanished in record time.
Then came the wonderful starters and I ate everything you see on the plate and when I say everything I mean everything. The artichokes were flavorful and the salad leaves crisp and tasty. You can see my excellent accompaniment for lunch in the picture- a nice and cool Stella Artois.
Chef Sunil and his team prepared excellent pasta and risotto for our main course. They served the pumpkin risotto in the pumpkin shell itself. The vial is of olive oil.
And to cap it all was this jar of tiramisu which was sinfully good! I told Sunil that he should serve it in much smaller jars. He vehemently disagreed! I finished it all and I am waiting to eat it again!
So here is a heartfelt thanks to Sunil Kumar and his team for the excellent hospitality and food. I will remember them a little more fondly because of their interest in photography, Canon shooters too!
PS. I was invited on this trip by JW Marriott Mussoorie
22 thoughts on “The Farm Lunch with JW Marriott Mussoorie”
New to your blog and loved it. I love to travel and my husband is an avid photographer. This blog satiates both my thirsts.
Thank you so much Sujata, I hope you will stop by again. I am wondering if you have a blog too?
Whoa! Mouth watering stuffs there!
Thank you Indrani it was a delicious meal for sure.
Beautifully served! Just when you wonder new things can one do with food… Yum!
For me too Chaitali these were totally novel experiences!
Aha.!!. Luxury Travel Tales From India…. 🙂
To some extent it has become that too 😀
And now a farm lunch! You seem to have experienced some meals in great ambiances.
And a jar of Tiramisu? Hmm…!
I know it was a lot of calories but sinfully good.
Keeping sunglasses was really thoughtful. The pumpkin thing looks nice.
Thank you Arun. I was quite stumped by the both!
Thank you Archana.
wow..i am j..and I am nostalgic , since Mussorie has been my most visited place since childhood. Such a serene place to be in. And the food looks amazing. What is that jar thing? Never heard the name before. Take me with you next time please GT (Globetrotter) 🙂
OK let us plan a trip together to Spiti next year.
Waah! Mouth watering things there . Munh mein paani aa rahaa hai . shandaar khoobsurat jagah aur uske saath itna badhiya stuff.
Wow.Yummy experience for sure.:)
Sriram & Krithiga
Farm lunch sounds so much fun and food looks delicious 🙂
Thank you Swati.
Love to read your post, Thanks for sharing 🙂
Looks like a great afternoon spent. Farm Lunch itself sounds tempting. Seems you had a great time both with food and camera.
I love your travel tales Mridula. One more great post. 🙂