Sun­day Feast

at Jakarta Restau­rant, The Dhar­mawangsa Jakarta

Exquisite Taste - - Best Branches -

Vis­i­tors to the ho­tel's Jakarta Restau­rant will ap­pre­ci­ate the ex­quis­ite dé­cor of the restau­rant, which fea­tures in­tri­cately hand­wrought ac­cou­trements, daz­zling art pieces, gen­er­ous clean lines and warm wooden ele­ments. The lofted space is bathed in lovely nat­u­ral light em­a­nat­ing from the tall ver­ti­cal win­dows over­look­ing the ho­tel's out­door seat­ings, with stun­ning con­tem­po­rary chan­de­liers adorn­ing the ceil­ing. The restau­rant boasts gor­geously streaked mar­ble floor­ing, which pro­vides a con­trast to the warmth of the in­te­rior.

Jakarta Restau­rant's main din­ing space ex­udes ca­sual el­e­gance with is­lands of stretch so­fas com­plete with chic plush cush­ions, squares of hand­some hazel­nut ta­ble tops ac­com­pa­nied by groups of match­ing ma­hogany chairs. For Sun­day Brunch, the restau­rant goes all out with its daz­zling spread of culi­nary mas­ter­pieces mas­ter­minded by The Dhar­mawangsa Jakarta's Ex­ec­u­tive Chef Felix Bud­is­e­ti­awan. Show­cas­ing the im­pres­sive reper­toire of the ho­tel's tal­ented culi­nary team, the brunch's menu items en­com­pass In­done­sian com­fort foods such as all-time favourite mie ko­cok, West­ern clas­sics such as per­fectly roasted black an­gus rib eye served with cutesy York­shire pud­dings and black pep­per sauce, ex­otic mid­dle east­ern de­lights such as lamb kofta with sides of hu­mus and mini pita bread, an ar­ray of de­lec­ta­ble In­dian food such as but­ter chicken and tan­ta­lis­ing Ja­panese gas­tro­nomic cre­ations such as spicy tuna rolls and octopus sashimi.

Vis­i­tors to Jakarta Restau­rant's Sun­day Brunch can ex­pect ul­tra-pre­mium ar­ti­san in­gre­di­ents such as caviar

mignonette, metic­u­lously sourced by The Dhar­mawangsa Jakarta. Fresh seafood is air-flown reg­u­larly with sea­sonal of­fer­ings such as Spanish baby lob­ster, Cana­dian sea scallops, as well as oys­ters, craw­fish, scampi, jumbo prawns and mus­sels.

Din­ers can also en­joy freshly cooked items at the brunch's live cook­ing sta­tions, pan­fried foie gras, and the pasta sta­tion manned by the ho­tel's culi­nary team who are more than happy to cus­tomise the or­ders to the cus­tomers' lik­ings. For a sweet end to a won­der­ful brunch ex­pe­ri­ence, the dessert sec­tion of­fers a deca­dent Val­rhona choco­late foun­tain with lapis le­git and marsh­mal­low skew­ers, sin­ful all-time favourites such as bika am­bon and a daz­zling as­sort­ment of home­made ice cream. Par­ents bring­ing along their lit­tle ones for the Sun­day Brunch will be pleased to know that The Dhar­mawangsa Jakarta has fun out­door ac­tiv­i­ties to en­ter­tain them. Chil­dren can spend an ad­ven­tur­ous af­ter­noon ex­plor­ing the ho­tel's mini jun­gle gym, frol­ick­ing in the spe­cial Kids' Cor­ner or join in the ed­u­ca­tional work­shops avail­able, such as arts and crafts, colour­ing or jew­ellery bead­ing.

Our spe­cialty for the Sun­day Brunch is our un­usual gas­tro­nomic of­fer­ings,

such as foie gras, as well as Italian caviar, which we care­fully source from our trusted sup­pli­ers. These items are rare and not read­ily avail­able in

your typ­i­cal brunch in Jakarta.

Ex­ec­u­tive Chef Felix Bud­is­e­ti­awan

Seafood flambe

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