The Sul­tan Ho­tel and Res­i­dence Jakarta Of­fers the Best in In­done­sian Fare Dur­ing Ra­madan

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The Sul­tan Ho­tel and Res­i­dence Jakarta will wel­come the holy month of Ra­madan with the theme Ra­madan Warisan Tra­disi (Ra­madan's Tra­di­tional Her­itage). Through­out this spe­cial pe­riod, guests can dine on au­then­tic In­done­sian dishes served at a buf­fet and live cook­ing sta­tions, in­clud­ing ap­pe­tiz­ers, a main course, condi­ments and dessert. The wide se­lec­tion re­flects fare from prov­inces across In­done­sia.

Vice Pres­i­dent Op­er­a­tions of Sing­gasana Ho­tel and Re­sorts I Ny­oman Sarya said pro­mot­ing lo­cal dishes dur­ing Ra­madan is im­por­tant as In­done­sian cui­sine is known for its rich­ness. "In­done­sian dishes are en­riched with herbs and spices, so this rich flavour is suit­able for the break­ing of the fast. We are try­ing to of­fer our best ser­vices to guests by pro­vid­ing room pack­ages which in­clude suhoor and free Ta’jil dur­ing fast break­ing and ac­cess to a com­fort­able mushalla for pray­ing so guests will have a peace­ful fast­ing ex­pe­ri­ence," Sarya said in a press state­ment.

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