Jones the Grocer has come up with something VERY special… Not only have they just announced their brand new all-day dining menu (with the most delicious sharing bites EVER), but they’ve also added over 20 tantalising new dishes especially for dinner times.
And did someone mention FREE breakfast? (Yes, we certainly did – and no, we’re not just talking any old breakfast either!) Mummy Mondays have arrived at Jones, and boy, are we in for a treat!
Inspired by truly global flavours, ultra-fresh ingredients and their ethos of ‘gourmet food for everyday living’, Jones the Grocer have done it again! As if breakfast at Jones couldn’t get any better, they’re now offering Mummy’s (and bumps of course), the perfect excuse to treat themselves to a fabulous FREE breakfast when you buy two large coffees.
Apart from presenting a fab opportunity to bring your chums down for a good old breakfast catch-up, it means you can sit back, relax and choose off their mouth-watering Mummy Monday’s breakfast menu for FREE.
Our top picks for Mummy Monday’s include Eggs Benedict with bacon, asparagus, alfalfa sprouts and Hollandaise sauce on a baked bun, or there’s also the delectable grilled sweet potato, avocado smash and poached eggs. New additions on their regular brekkie menu include the hearty chickpea shakshuka with grilled halloumi, beef chorizo and labneh and a nourishing nutmeg and vanilla almond milk porridge that’s topped with poached pear.
The great news is that the Mummy Mondays offer is ongoing and this means that each Monday right up until noon, Mummy’s can indulge at one of the best spots in town, and all for a snip of the price.
Whether it’s sweet or savoury you fancy, Jones’ new all-day dining menu is hard to beat! They’ve added MORE veggie options, and for lunch, all-day classics remain such as on the menu such as their award-winning freshly minced and marinated Jones signature wagyu burger with smoked beef bacon and melted cheddar. You’ll also still be able to savour their Parmesan and Truffle skin-on fries but in addition, lunches have now been bolstered by the introduction of a succulent hot salt beef sandwich with sauerkraut, gherkins and whole grain mustard and an unmissable sticky pulled beef bao with coriander and chilli.
As well as carrying over some of their most-loved café menu items over onto the dinner time menu, they’ve got exclusive dinner time treats like Seafood Capellini with fresh prawns and mussels in a creamy white sauce with dill and you should also look out for the corn-fed chicken dinner-winner that comes with slow-cooked Puy lentils.
Following the huge success of Jones the Grocer’s second licensed venue in Emirates Golf Club, (that’s in addition to Dusit Thani and four licensed venues in Abu Dhabi by the way!), their new dinner and sharing menu has been ever-so-carefully crafted to accompany the Jones’ super-duper beverage offering.
Sharing is most definitely caring – and Jones the Grocer’s new menu (that incorporates loads of new dishes for sharing with friends) introduces some really tasty small bites. Our recommendation for your must-try sharing platter is the one-meter artisan cheese, charcuterie and accompaniment board that has been created by Jones’ very own fromager no less. Not only is it a sheer feast for the eyes, but it adequately shares enough bite-sized treats around for four to six people (and this will set you back a reasonable AED 395).
Featuring wagyu and crispy chicken sliders, (that are oh-soooooo good), and wagyu croquettes with Sriracha aioli, spicy prawns with peanut and citrus glaze, more highlights include pizzetta with Provolone cheese, courgette, zaatar, Persian feta and chilli and all boards feature their exclusive range of charcuterie and deli produce that you see in store.
The brand new Jones the Grocer menu that features these trending ingredients will be available across all Jones the Grocer stores in the UAE starting right now! For more info visit their website here.
This offer is valid in all Jones The Grocer branches in the UAE with the exception of Emirates Golf Club.
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