FONZU PRE­MIUM AND HOKKAIDO BEER

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1. Wisma 46 BNI Build­ing, 2. Fonzu Cafe Jalan Jen­deral Sudirman No. 1 Ruko Ital­ian Walk Jakarta 10250, In­done­sia Blok C No. 46 T: (+62) 21 2514722 / MOI Ke­lapa Gad­ing,

(+62) 818 139910 Jakarta Utara E: mon­ica@hokkaido-beer.com T: (+62) 21 45869221 www.hokkaido-beer.com Cen­trally lo­cated in the Sudirman busi­ness en­clave and con­ve­niently sit­u­ated on the ground floor of Wisma BNI 46, dis­cover the el­e­gant de­lights of Fonzu Pre­mium and Hokkaido Beer and in­dulge your­self in a truly au­then­tic north­ern Ja­panese din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence.

"An au­then­tic north­ern Ja­panese din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence."

Spe­cial­is­ing in shabu- shabu and grills, Fonzu Pre­mium has pri­vate rooms for up to 20 guests and a larger com­mu­nal space for up to 100 where din­ers can en­joy the unique tastes and tex­tures of Hokkaido, pre­pared and served in the tra­di­tional way with nabe­mono hot­pots and open-flame grills. The in­te­rior de­sign is clas­sic north­ern Ja­panese with a min­i­mal­is­tic ele­ment of­fer­ing stylish and com­fort­able sim­plic­ity. There is also a wide se­lec­tion of shochu ( potato spir­its) and sake along­side a se­lec­tion of other spir­its, beers, wines and non- al­co­holic bev­er­ages pre­sented for your plea­sure.

Rep­re­sent­ing a seam­less com­bi­na­tion of cul­ture and her­itage through food, ser­vice and am­biance, Harum Manis of­fers a won­der­fully au­then­tic In­done­sian din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence in an el­e­gant and ro­man­tic Ja­vanese set­ting. The restau­rant’s de­sign blends el­e­ments such as the cen­tral wooden struc­ture and ac­cented dé­cor with con­tem­po­rary flair. Earthy tones and dark wood are preva­lent in this spa­cious and com­fort­able eatery.

The menu is ex­ten­sive and draws in­spi­ra­tion from all around the sprawl­ing ar­chi­pel­ago. En­joy the fa­mous Ri­jsttafel – a seem­ingly never- end­ing pa­rade of small plates, or, chang­ing ev­ery month, the chef’s spe­cial menu. Snacks like Loem­pia Warisan and Tu­run Menu­run, along with an ar­ray of soups, are pop­u­lar starters, whilst the mains in­clude the clas­sic In­done­sian dishes one would ex­pect plus a se­lec­tion of grilled seafood, meat and poul­try, in­clud­ing tra­di­tion­ally char­coal- grilled sa­tay, all com­ple­mented by a choice of fra­grant red or yel­low rice and lon­tong.

"En­joy fine au­then­tic In­done­sian cui­sine in a set­ting in­spired by ro­mance."

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