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EXCITING NOVEMBER AT JW MARRIOTT HANOI


03-Nov-2017

Beaujolais Nouveau – Wine Celebration at French Grill

Every November, on the third Thursday, a chorus rings out in wine bars and cavistes around the world: Le Beaujolais Nouveau est arrive! It’s Beaujolais Nouveau Day! At French Grill, we are extending the celebration to a full week. Georges Duboeuf Beaujolais Nouveau 2017 is this year’s vintage with cherry-red colored and best served slightly chilled. This fresh and fruity red is the result of a quick fermentation process that ends up with a tasty, clean wine that is enjoyed by palates the world over. The Gamay grapes that go into Beaujolais Nouveau are handpicked in the Beaujolais province of France. From 16th  to 22nd November at French Grill with only VND1,300,000++/bottle.

Thanks Giving Celebration at JW Café

The season for Thanksgiving is just around the corner and it is time to celebrate and give thanks! Overflowing with irresistible festive food, highlights include Turkey & Ham. Seafood lovers will be pleased to enjoy as well as fresh sashimi, prawns and international buffet complemented with a wide array of festive desserts.Your Thanksgiving dinner at JW Café will surely be an unforgettable and heart warming experience, from 6pm to 10 pm, November 23rd, at only VND990,000++/adult.

Thai Taste at JW Café

From November 20th to 30th, JW Café delights to fire up your taste buds with the best of authentic Thai delicacies – the fantastic array of colors, aromas and flavors of traditional regional dishes. Get ready to be amazed by a scrumptious buffet with Land of Smiles’ favorites prepared to perfection by guest Chef Arnan Sinsanwit from the award-winning JW Marriott Hotel Bangkok Café, BBCo.

Look forward to enticing Thai creations such as Tom Yum Goong; Green Curry with Chicken; Stir-fried Mixed Seafood with Hot Basil Leaves; Papaya Salad, and more. Not forgetting Thai desserts such as Sticky Rice with Mango; Sweet Banana with Coconut Milk and Thai Style Coconut Jelly by Chef Arnan Sinsanwit that will have you going for multiple helpings. Starting from VND770,000++/adult

Indian Chef at JW Café

JW Marriott Hanoi is pleased to introduce an exotic first-class Indian Chef Manoj Bhatt at JW Café. Guests will have the opportunity to have an intriguing trip into the unique flavors of Indian Cuisine, brought to you by a talented chef - Manoj Bhatt. Nurturing his cooking skills through numerous years of working experience at Courtyard by Marriott, Arga or Taj Group of Hotels Resorts & Palaces, Goa, Chef Manoj Bhatt has shaped his expertise not only around the preparation of excellent Indian curry dishes but also around the ingredient selection and food quality control. From this November, Chef Manoj is ready to share his expertise and knowledge to bring JW Café guests an exquisite taste of the real India. JW Café opens everyday, starting at VND 770,000++/aldult

The New Sunday Brunch at JW Café

This November, the circus comes to town!

Promised brunch that you’ve never seen before with live entertainment and a feast of irresistible carnival foods. Be ready with a day full of fun, activities and new experiences for the whole family. Every Sunday from 12.00 pm – 2.00 pm, at VND1,200,000++/adult

Dimsum Cooking Class at Crystal Jade Palace

Learn the secrets to preparing Dim Sum, a popular Cantonese style of cooking that focuses on crafting delicious bite-sized dishes. Every Saturday from 3.30pm at only VND350,000++/adult

Father & Daughter Duo at Cool Cats Jazz Club

Jean-Sebastien was born from a music lover father who adores Bach’s music and a mother, pianist amateur playing Chopin’s work. At home, one of his brothers, also pianist; studies Debussy but also plays all kind of music: from Scott Joplin to Dave Brubeck… Jean-Sebastien is fascinated by his brother’s easiness to transcribe any melody and improvise on it.

At 5 years old, he starts studying classical piano with an “old school” teacher that puts him on it. At 7 years old, he integrates a music school where he is asked to choose a second instrument.

Stunned by Louis Armstrong’s recording, he sets his heart on the trumpet, which will develop his sense of melody and breathing. Until 14 years old, he assimilates base techniques of music (reading, writing, theory).

Jean has excelled his music professional career as a pianist, composer, arranger, drummer and trumpeter. End of 2014, then traveling to Vietnam, he meets saxophonist Tran Manh Tuan who encourages him to play the trumpet within Sax n’Art club.

Different projects in duo (piano, sax) and in quartet will take place all year long around originals but also Vietnamese music.

Welcomed on stage with his daughter, Clara Simonoviez this time at Cool Cats Jazz Club on November 24 & 25, Jean-Sebastien will surely bring jazz lovers a night to remember.