Fa­vorite Five-Star Din­ing at Ho­tel Mu­lia Se­nayan, Jakarta

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As the ho­tel din­ing trend in­crease, the de­mand for ex­cel­lent restau­rants are also on the rise. Those search­ing for an ex­tra­or­di­nary Culi­nary jour­ney don’t have to go far. Ho­tel Mu­lia Se­nayan presents glob­ally in­spired cuisines which rep­re­sents the very best of Jakarta din­ing. Ho­tels in the cap­i­tal city th­ese days have be­come more than just about com­fort­able ac­com­mo­da­tion. They are also com­pet­ing to ex­cel in taste. Tak­ing ad­van­tage of the city dwellers who are tired of walk­ing into an­other shop­ping mall just for a bite, five-star ho­tels are re­vamp­ing their Restau­rants into lux­u­ri­ous din­ing desti­na­tions. The unique Culi­nary jour­ney with au­then­tic tastes in­vite lo­cal crowds to dine and share their spe­cial mo­ments in one of the Restau­rants. So, when it comes to five-star ho­tels, Jakar­tans can surely ex­pect more than just your or­di­nary buf­fet. The 40-storey Ho­tel Mu­lia Se­nayan, strate­gi­cally lo­cated on the pres­ti­gious neigh­bor­hood of South Jakarta is home to sev­eral ca­sual as well as fine din­ing restau­rants and has since be­come a din­ing des­ti­na­tion as well. The iconic yet fa­mil­iar The Café, an All Day Din­ing Restau­rant lo­cated at the Lobby Level, is the gate­way to your un­for­get­table din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence at Ho­tel Mu­lia Se­nayan. Un­like other all-day-din­ing, The Café brings the feel­ing of din­ing room with multi-cui­sine restau­rant con­cept that will surely sat­isfy your cur­rent crav­ing. The Café of­fers s spe­cial buf­fet lunch on Sun­days, a pop­u­lar one for fam­i­lies paired with in­no­va­tive games and a Ju­niors buf­fet at the Kids Cor­ner. But Sunday Lunch isn’t just unique to The Café, as week­end is prob­a­bly the most fam­ily cel­e­brated time at the ho­tel. Il Mare, the North­ern Ital­ian restau­rant, pairs its buf­fet brunch with free flow wine and live mu­sic per­for­mance. Its ex­ten­sive menu is pre­pared by the Ho­tel’s Ital­ian Chef and his Culi­nary team, us­ing the fresh­est in­gre­di­ents. Dec­o­rated with black and white pho­to­graphs that con­trast the bright, ele­gantly-painted ceil­ings, this restau­rant is com­mit­ted to present the perfect Ital­ian clas­sic con­tem­po­rary am­bi­ence for your ro­man­tic mo­ments. Tak­ing you half­way around the world is Ja­panese cui­sine at Edo­gin, served in Tatami Rooms and exclusive Tep­pa­nyaki Bar ar­eas. The Restau­rant is dom­i­nated with black and white, ex­press­ing a mod­ern-day Ja­panese in­te­rior, while still serv­ing au­then­tic menu such as Sushi, Tep­pa­nyaki, Ro­batayaki and Tem­pura. Come week­end and you’ll be able to in­dulge in the lunch buf­fet with its all-you-caneat Shabu-Shabu with a choice of Tom Yum or Chicken Stock. Some say that a visit to Ho­tel Mu­lia Se­nayan isn’t com­plete if you haven’t dined in both Table8 and Ori­ent8. The first is a one-of-akind Chi­nese restau­rant, serv­ing Can­tonese and Szechuan Cuisines del­i­ca­cies. This Restau­rant is best known for the Tea counter that of­fers a va­ri­ety of Chi­nese tea and the Chi­nois­erie in­te­rior con­cept, let­ting you draw into the Euro­pean in­ter­pre­ta­tion of East Asian dec­o­ra­tive art. Week­end at Table8 means Dim Sum Ad­ven­ture, find­ing over 28 se­lec­tions as well as other de­li­cious menu of­fer­ings. The lat­ter is a French and Pan-Asian Restau­rant, which ex­plores Thai, Viet­namese and Sin­ga­porean cuisines with a hint of French Colo­nial In­te­rior Style. On Sun­days, Brunch at Ori­ent8 fea­tures an as­sort­ment of im­ported premium cheese com­ple­mented with freeflow Red, White as well as Sparkling wines. Promis­ing some­thing for every­one, Ho­tel Mu­lia Se­nayan’s hid­den gem is bleu8, a pool­side venue with end­less pos­si­bil­i­ties. In­ter­na­tional a la carte dishes and re­fresh­ing drinks served in­door and out­door in an al fresco set­ting by the pool. Slightly dif­fer­ent from the rest of the din­ing venues, bleu8 is a pop­u­lar ev­ery­day spot with its Ta­pas and Af­ter­noon Tea at 3 PM to 6 PM, as well as Free Flow Bev­er­age Pack­age from 11 AM to 11 PM. So next time you’re stuck in traf­fic and run­ning out of food op­tions, or sim­ply in need of spend­ing qual­ity week­end time with your fam­ily and friends, you can turn to Ho­tel Mu­lia Se­nayan and let us tan­ta­lize your palates.

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