JW Marriott Marquis Dubai reopens ‘Garden’ restaurant

The venue offers Latin American street-food

JW Marriott Marquis Dubai - Garden's tacos
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JW Marriott Marquis Dubai - Garden's tacos

JW Marriott Dubai has reopened its Latin American street-food eatery, Garden.

Featuring dishes inspired by street-food from Mexico, Venezuela Peru, Brazil and Argentina, the venue has reopened following a long refurbishment project.

The restaurant consists of an outdoor terrace, along with a colourful interior and a dedicated ‘Taco Tuesday’ event.

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Gerson Yancce has been appointed to lead the culinary team of Garden. The Peruvian national has been in Dubai for more than five years, having studied hospitality management. Alongside the chef are two other chefs, one from Mexico and the other from Venezuela.

Director of F&B, Demian Fuentes, said: “The concept revolves around the vibrant street food culture that can be found throughout Latin America. We believe Latin American flavours set the ambience and bring people together. Culturally, it is all about sharing and being social. The team that we put together shares this passion, with many team members being Latin American themselves, which in turn brings that necessary element of fun and authenticity to the restaurant that our guests will feel and see.” 

Its taco Tuesday menu contains seven taco varieties, all priced at AED 15 each. Members of the venue’s ‘Taco Society’ will also be given undisclosed prizes and rewards. The restaurant also organises a Ladies Night on Wednesdays, providing unlimited select cocktails.

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