Exquisite Taste - - Sumptuous Seafood: Jakarta - (


At Gran Meliá Jakarta's Café Gran Via, guests can savour a sump­tu­ous spread of cuisines from all over the world. With a va­ri­ety rang­ing from Western favourites and clas­sic In­done­sian de­lights to exotic Mon­go­lian temp­ta­tions, as well as a mind­bog­gling spread of seafood del­i­ca­cies, there is some­thing for ev­ery­one at Café Gran Via.

Café Gran Via is open all day, with a ro­tat­ing ar­ray of ex­cit­ing culi­nary gems. Dur­ing break­fast, early ris­ers can start off with flaky, but­tery pas­tries freshly pre­pared by the ho­tel’s team of tal­ented pas­try chefs ac­com­pa­nied by freshly squeezed or­ange juice and sin­gle-ori­gin cof­fee. Come lunch and din­ner time, guests can en­joy an ev­er­chang­ing se­lec­tion from the var­i­ous food sta­tions at the restau­rant. For din­ers ea­ger for some clas­sic com­fort food, freshly steamed house-made dim sum is avail­able at the Chi­nese sta­tion. Ja­panese food lovers will be daz­zled by the se­lec­tion of vi­brant sushi and fresh sashimi, pre­pared util­is­ing only the fresh­est air-flown sea­sonal seafood, while lovers of seafood are urged to order the à la carte items, from which our per­sonal favourites are the tantalising seafood masala, the salmon fil­let and the seabass fil­let. For those look­ing to in­dulge, do drop by on Fri­day when the restau­rant's Seafood Night at­tracts crowds of hun­gry din­ers.

The high­light of any visit to the restau­rant is def­i­nitely the spread of Span­ish de­lights pre­pared by the new Span­ish chef David Fer­nan­dez Losas. The Span­ish temp­ta­tions are in­spired by the chef’s wealth of ex­pe­ri­ence and in­flu­ences from stints in famed Miche­lin­starred kitchens all across Europe.


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