THE GRAND LAUNCH OF JLWA

Sohel F Fidai….

Rocky Star, Sunny Leonne, Priyank SukhijaSerial restaurateur, Priyank Sukhija, MD and CEO, First Fiddle restaurants celebrated the launch of his third dine-in establishment, ‘JLWA’, an eclectic modern Indian resto bar, in Mumbai.

The night witnessed the city’s creme de la creme including the likes of

 

The guests were seen enjoying high octane music while feasting on lip-smacking tapas alongside curated cocktails.

About JLWA:

 

JLWA is a commemoration of Indian cuisine and its culmination with modern cooking techniques and ingredients. This all day bar and kitchen is a melting pot of local and rich flavours from varied regions of our motherland.

The entrees are characterized by flavors curated utilizing unique combinations that showcase a kaleidoscope of Indian ingredients. The delectable cuisine includes the ‘Go Green Salad’ with Belgian endive cups – heirloom baby tomatoes, enoki mushrooms, ‘Dhansak Lamb’, ‘Kadaknath Chicken’ – a delectable preparation of black meat chicken – a first for the city.

Spread across 4,500 sq. ft., it is stunningly done up with suspended aerial lights across the venue with interiors in the regal hues of blue, green and gold.

The bar setup against a shimmery golden backdrop is a sight to behold while the mixologists blend special versions of traditional concoctions for you. Some of the signatures include the ‘Banarsi paan beer’ ‘Aachari Aam’ which is a mix of vodka with kaafir lime and aam panna and the ‘Talli papai’ which is a blend of fresh papaya, agave, tequila, and lime.

 

 

 

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