Bo­gor Cafe

Exquisite Taste - - Best Indonesian Restaurant : Jakarta -

Ho­tel Borobudur Jakarta has 44 years of his­tory be­hind it and a firm com­mit­ment to up­hold­ing the na­tion's her­itage. Sit­u­ated in the cen­tre of the city, in close prox­im­ity to the state palace and many of the gov­ern­ment min­istries, the ho­tel fre­quently plays host to elite gov­ern­ment and busi­ness events de­signed to show­case the wonders of In­done­sia, es­pe­cially its cui­sine, to vis­it­ing diplo­mats and busi­ness­peo­ple. The ho­tel takes this re­spon­si­bil­ity very se­ri­ously.

One of the most renowned dishes in the city is Ho­tel Borobudur Jakarta's sop bun­tut, In­done­sian-style ox­tail soup, served at Bo­gor Cafe. The long-held recipe makes home-style ox­tail soup as per­fect as it can be, main­tain­ing true au­then­tic­ity while en­sur­ing the in­gre­di­ents are of the high­est qual­ity, which in­cludes im­port­ing ox­tail. Avail­able in the tra­di­tional style, it is now also served in four pop­u­lar vari­ants, reg­u­lar, fried, grilled and su­per spicy penyet. Other pop­u­lar au­then­tic, tra­di­tional dishes in­clude the ex­cel­lent Borobudur fried rice served with sa­tay, grilled prawn, fried chicken and a fried egg on top, nasi rames with spicy beef ren­dang, egg bal­ado, lamb sa­tay, chicken opor and condi­ments, as well as the sweet es cam­pur – mixed fruit and jelly that is as good as can be found any­where. For tra­di­tional home-style cook­ing like grandma would have cooked, made with love and high-qual­ity in­gre­di­ents, it's no won­der that Bo­gor Cafe is recog­nised through­out the coun­try and reg­u­larly tempts for­eign dig­ni­taries.



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