IM­PE­RIAL CHEF

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“Of­fer­ing a dif­fer­ent side of The Duck King group's au­then­tic Chi­nese of­fer­ings, Im­pe­rial Chef pro­vides some of the most cov­eted orig­i­nal tastes of Chi­nese cook­ing.” 1. Ho­tel Jayakarta, The Food Place Jalan Hayam Wu­ruk No. 126 Jakarta 11180, In­done­sia T: (+62) 21 626 2533

2. Lotte Shop­ping Av­enue, Level 3 Jalan Prof. Dr. Sa­trio Kav. 3-5 Kuningan, Jakarta 12940, In­done­sia T: (+62) 21 2988 9381 E: dig­i­tal@the­duck­king.com www.the­duck­king.com

Bring­ing the essence of Chi­nese cook­ing con­ve­niently close to its loyal guests, Im­pe­rial Chef is a very pop­u­lar des­ti­na­tion for sig­na­ture au­then­tic Chi­nese of­fer­ings such as con­gee or lamian. While the rest of The Duck King group stays Ha­lal to al­low just about any­one to en­joy the pop­u­lar dishes, Im­pe­rial Chef of­fers a more orig­i­nal take on Chi­nese cui­sine, which in­cludes an ex­ten­sive pork menu as well as other tra­di­tional Chi­nese del­i­ca­cies to cater to its clien­tele.

The am­bi­ence of Im­pe­rial Chef is set to awe — high ceil­ings with modern cuts and beveled mir­rors, yet hum­ble dec­o­ra­tions that evoke the tra­di­tional val­ues of the Chi­nese way of life. Some of the must try dishes in­clude honey cah­siew with hainam rice, mixed pork por­ridge and jel­ly­fish with pork. To­day, Im­pe­rial Chef is avail­able in some of In­done­sia's lead­ing metropoli­tan, such as Jakarta, Surabaya and Medan.

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