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“With a de­tailed level of ser­vice and a com­pelling am­bi­ence that car­ries a sense of home, Nanny’s Pavillon treats every guest as a mem­ber of the fam­ily and will leave you com­ing back for more of its homey cook­ing.” LIPPO MALL PURI, FIRST FLOOR, UNIT 09A JALAN PURI IN­DAH RAYA BLOK U 1, PURI IN­DAH CBD JAKARTA 11610 TEL: (+62) 819 0899 9777 WWW.NANNYPAVILLON.COM

Es­tab­lished on 23 March 2009, Nanny's Pavillon first opened its doors in Ban­dung, In­done­sia, as a con­cep­tual French-amer­i­can pan­cake res­tau­rant. Nanny's Pavillon fol­lows the French-amer­i­can fam­ily tra­di­tion and the res­tau­rant it­self ex­udes a warm, cosy and in­ti­mate am­bi­ence. Nanny's Pavillon has more than 20 out­lets in the coun­try – 14 in Jakarta – and each one of these out­lets is styled af­ter a spe­cific type of Fren­chamer­i­can abode: gar­den, mu­sic room, play­ground, garage, kitchen, post of­fice and so on.

“You're Here, You're Fam­ily” is the mes­sage that Nanny's Pavillon strives to pro­mote, which it thor­oughly demon­strates in its culi­nary of­fer­ings as well. The res­tau­rant's unique set of menus have seen gen­er­a­tions of serv­ings in the French-amer­i­can tra­di­tion. Some of the sig­na­ture dishes in­clude Nanny's chicken salad, heavy Alvin's potato, Ynez's blue­berry cheese roll pan­cake, Kim­berly's green sausage pasta, Aun­tie's sausage baked rice and Ted's ten­der­loin with gravy sauce.

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