sana sini Restau­rant


Exquisite Taste - - Best Brunches -

of­fer­ing one of the most ex­ten­sive and ex­cit­ing spreads of cui­sine in Jakarta, Sana Sini Restau­rant is amongst the most pop­u­lar brunch places in the city. With a va­ri­ety of lo­cal and in­ter­na­tional favourites on the restau­rant's menu, even the pick­i­est of diner will be sat­is­fied by the sea­sonal del­i­ca­cies on of­fer at Sana Sini Restau­rant. Lo­cated on the ground floor of the em­i­nent Pull­man Jakarta In­done­sia, Sana Sini Restau­rant oc­cu­pies a snug and comfy space per­fect for a Sun­day brunch catch-up with fam­ily and friends. The restau­rant dé­cor is de­cid­edly el­e­gant, with mar­ble floor­ing, wood and metal fixtures and am­bi­ent strip light­ing. The din­ing ar­eas are spaced out through­out the restau­rant, with light-filled ar­eas al­lo­cated to long com­mu­nal tables as well as the snug cor­ners as­signed to pri­vate booths and in­ti­mate tables.

The cook­ing sta­tions are scat­tered through­out the ex­pan­sive restau­rant, mak­ing a brunch ses­sion at Sana Sini

Restau­rant that much more ex­cit­ing with fresh new culi­nary de­lights wait­ing in ev­ery cor­ner. From pre­mium seafood dishes such as grilled scallops and oys­ter Kil­patrick to unique live-cook­ing demon­stra­tions of Sin­ga­porean black pep­per crab, there is al­ways some de­li­cious items be­ing made fresh to or­der in the restau­rant. Guests af­ter some Chi­nese good­ies are urged to browse the dim sum sta­tion, where a va­ri­ety of baos and dumplings nes­tle in­side cov­ered bam­boo bas­kets. For lovers of In­done­sian food, the sa­tay sta­tion is a manda­tory pit stop, where one can find any­thing from sate Padang to the pop­u­lar sate taichan. Those with a per­sis­tent case of the sweet tooth are wel­come to the dessert sta­tion, where an ar­ray of creative In­done­sian-in­spired cakes, ice creams and pas­tries are dis­played.


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