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Masters of Marriott Bonvoy & the crossing come together for an exclusive tri-city tour

The Masters of Marriott Bonvoy and The Crossings tie-up event in Mumbai was a one-of-a-kind experience for Mumbai's food enthusiasts.

Masters of Marriott Bonvoy continues to highlight and celebrate culinary excellence in collaboration with like-minded partners ready to transform the culinary landscape.

The Crossing, led by acclaimed Chef Ankur Chakraborty and billed as Dubai’s leading modern Indian restaurant, will go on its first worldwide pop-up tour since its January 2022 inauguration.

Their trademark menu is planned to bring to life a modern translation of Indian delicacies for guests and patrons in Bengaluru, Mumbai, and Kolkata through premium dining experiences.

Masters of Marriott Bonvoy, Marriott International’s flagship initiative, has hosted legendary Chefs such as Massimo Bottura of Osteria Francescana in April, the Sühring Twins of Bangkok in August, and the recently concluded association with renowned Chef Manish Mehrotra of Indian Accent in early September.

The Crossing, which opened on January 20th, 2022, has already grown to become one of Dubai’s most sought-after restaurants, with nominations and awards in a variety of categories, including The Best New Restaurant by BBC Good Food, FACT Awards 2022, and World Culinary Awards, for Best New Restaurant in the Middle East.

The menu at The Crossing, which celebrates Indian diversity in Dubai, is a mash-up of lost cuisines and ingredients that create a new story where conventional, classic meets forgotten recipes.

The menu incorporates flavours, inspirations, and recipes from around India to produce culinary pleasures with traces of nostalgia and tightly guarded family secrets.

The menu includes less curries but focuses on shared plates that are reminiscent of classic Indian cuisine comfort food that generations have grown up with.

The Masters of Marriott Bonvoy and The Crossings tie-up event in Mumbai was a one-of-a-kind experience for Mumbai’s food enthusiasts to enjoy and engage in conversations with Chef Sunil Dat Rai, Head of Gastronomy.

The Crossing, Dubai and Chef Rohit Chadha, Executive Sous Chef that delved into the intricacies of “blended” modern Indian cuisines, which as the name suggests, is the very essence that defines the culinary identity and specialty

“We’d like to thank Marriott International for allowing us to demonstrate our culinary prowess.” The Crossing, whose idea is built in combining cultures and sharing gastronomic experiences across the subcontinent, will be available for the first time to Indian citizens. We are convinced that they will enjoy a memorable eating experience from beginning to end.”

Jarret D’Abreo, Managing Director, Co-Founder, The Crossings said,

“With each volume of Masters of Marriott Bonvoy, we push the edge even further in terms of presenting the most sought-after culinary experiences from around the world.”

It gives us great joy to have The Crossing team on board to replicate a variety of excellent dining experiences that elicit a profound sense of appreciation for innovative and sublime cross-cultural foods.
According to Khushnooma Kapadia, Senior Area Director of Marketing – South Asia, Marriott International, the collaboration between celebrated and Our inventive culinary experts ensure that our guests and culinary connoisseurs will always have access to a diverse range of exclusive and unforgettable dining experiences.
The restaurant has imaginatively designed a special menu that will include some of its house favourites such as Chenna Khandvi, Gunpowder Prawns, Ragi Koozh, and a delectable dessert, Malaiyu, using classic culinary traditions.
To complement the food, the pop-up will provide a variety of beverages, including mocktails, fine grapes, and bubbles.

About Masters of Marriott Bonvoy

Marriott Bonvoy’s main event, Masters of Marriott Bonvoy, is a hallmark event in the Indian culinary arena. Since its beginning in 2019, the programme has attracted notable chefs such as Massimo Bottura, Marco Pierre White, and Julien Royer to India, and it is currently in its fourth year.
Masters of Marriott Bonvoy will provide such special experiences for its guests as paid events, master courses, and meet-and-greets with globally famous culinary professionals, as part of its commitment to significantly grow the initiative’s size.

About Marriott Bonvoy

Marriott Bonvoy, Marriott International’s award-winning travel programme and marketplace, provides members with transformative, eye-opening experiences both locally and globally.
Marriott Bonvoy’s portfolio of 30 outstanding brands provides renowned hospitality in the world’s most memorable destinations. Members can earn points for hotel and resort stays, including all-inclusive resorts and premium house rentals, as well as everyday expenditures made using co-branded credit cards.
Members can redeem their points for experiences such as future stays, Marriott Bonvoy Moments, or exquisite merchandise from Marriott Bonvoy Boutiques through partners. Members may travel with peace of mind thanks to the Marriott Bonvoy app’s personalisation and contactless experience.
Visit marriottbonvoy.com to sign up for free or for more information on Marriott Bonvoy. Marriott Bonvoy may also be found on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

About The Crossings

Famous for its classic culinary skills and enhanced Indian food, the restaurant has created a unique menu that can be enjoyed over dinner at select Marriott International hotels across the country.
The Crossing is properly called because its food is essentially a crossing of civilizations, common Indian experiences, and the various food variations that live throughout the subcontinent.
To recap, The Crossing’s menu has less curries but more shared plates of classic Indian comfort food.
This article was shared with Prittle Prattle News as a Press Release.
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