Dubai-based Marta's Kitchen upgrades to restaurant

Marta's Kitchen announces the launch of its first stand-alone restaurant located in Cluster Y, JLT

Wild mushrooms at Marta's Kitchen.
Wild mushrooms at Marta's Kitchen.

Boutique catering company, Marta's Kitchen is set to launch its first stand-alone restaurant located in Cluster Y, JLT.

The Dubai-based catering service started with Marta working as a private chef and sourcing ingredients to prepare at the clients’ homes. From boutique workshop to restaurant, Marta’s Kitchen aims to cement its place as Dubai’s go-to restaurant for simple, wholesome food amongst all the ever-changing food trend fads.

Open from Sunday to Thursday from midday to 4pm, Marta’s Kitchen looks forward to satisfying the lunch needs of customers from the JLT business lunch crowd to the stay-at-home moms who crave a home-cooked meal.

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The menu features beef tenderloin with smoky potato mousseline and carrots and peas, Marta style. Designed to highlight fresh ingredients, the menu will be supplemented by seasonal and weekly specials.

Marta's Kitchen will be available for private events after 5pm daily with the capacity to host intimate celebrations as well as corporate events.

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