New dining spots to check out this month!
Attarine, a brand new restaurant by one of the main players in Jakarta’s lifestyle constellation, The Potato Head group, is Jakarta’s youngest dining spot, located in one of the trendiest neighborhood of Gunawarman street. It has probably one of the most uncommon fusion of menu around, not limited to a certain region or taste. The restaurant’s decor is pretty cool too, which includes an actual classic car right in the middle of the restaurant, as some kind of center piece. You have got to check this one out soon!
2. Beau Cikajang
Coffee enthusiasts and nibblers of Jakarta surely have heard of Talita Setyadi and her popular pastry brand, Beau. Countless trendy cafes across town have sourced high quality baked product from Beau, in addition to their very own shop in Grand Indonesia. Recently, Beau opens up their new ‘headquarter’ that said to most reflect the brand, and the baker behind it. Drop by for equally awesome coffee and french pastries croissants.
3. Mister Sunday
Stylish new place in Senopati, Serving brunch, lunch and dinner. Bright space showered with natural light, compliments the soft colored furniture creates a comforting space to enjoy fresh halloumi cheese salad to a heartier meal like roasted lamb with broccoli and potatoes. Get your coffee fix from our 100% local Arabica beans. Must try: their addictive brownies made with Lindt 70% Dark Chocolate and quality butter.
4. Pablo Cheesetart
Pablo, the famous cheese tart shop from Japan, is coming to Jakarta! The name is inspired by the artist Pablo Picasso, and it promises premium cheese cake, with lots of element of surprise, such as a sinfully melting cheesecakes.
Gandaria City Mall, MU-28A, Jl. Sultan Iskandar Muda Jakarta, Indonesia
Phone: (021) 29236218
5. Udon House
A new udon house that shares the same area with the popular Japanese street steakhouse, Skipjack. Here, prices start from 25,000 for basic kake udon, to Rp. 68,000 for Salmon Teriyaki Donburi. Super affordable, isn’t it? This is definitely going to be our favourite Japanese comfort food destination!
Jalan Bulungan No.16, Kramat Pela, Kebayoran Baru, South Jakarta
Phone: +62 813-8000-4567
A new restaurant in Senopati that takes the label ‘farm to table’ very seriously. Serving mostly a fusion of Southeast Asian and Indonesian flavours, GIOI sources their vegetable from their own farm. We also love what they’ve done classic Indonesian dishes, such as their signature Salmon Lodeh (a traditional Indonesian coconut milk soup with pan fried salmon) and the Roast Duck Curry – Home made Thai curry, juicy and tender Sous Vide Duck breast, served with locally-sourced carrot, green tomato and eggplant. Must try!
Gentleben serves specialty coffee and pretty awesome brunch option. We love their pretty French Toast, with authentic brioche bread that are twice cooked to get that soft yet crunchy texture just right, then served with mascarpone cheese, Mango puree, fresh cut strawberries, pistachios and mixed berries compote. It’s pure French toast joy!
The Four Season Hotel finally opened its signature Italian restaurant located on its top floor, helmed by by Italian Chef Marco Riva. Guests can look forward to dining in a sensuous space, with an exotic feel and rich, layered textures enveloping deep tones of red and soft ochres complemented with polished woods. Alto Restaurant and Bar is sure to dazzle diners with the energetic pulse of the surrounding city as they enjoy panoramic views from the restaurant’s 20th floor terrace.
The Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta
Jalan Jenderal Gatot Subroto Kav. 18, Jakarta, 12710