Another new addition at PIK Avenue Mall specializes in authentic Indonesian cuisine, meet the newly opened Agneya Terrace.
Agneya actually is not a new restaurant, the first outlet is located at Wijaya, South Jakarta. Their second outlet is called Agneya Terrace, the menu is 100% similar only with different decor concept.
Located at South Lobby in PIK Avenue, Agneya Terrace’s decor is visually beautiful and elegant with nice blue touch of color and some Indonesian accents. The casual ambiance suits for any occasion. Judging from the menu selection, they serve authentic Indonesian cuisine with wide range of options like soto, seafood, sate, chicken/ duck/ beef/ lamb dishes, tofu, rice, etc.
Wedang Rosella Jahe IDR 46k
A refreshing drink from dried rosella flower, ginger and palm sugar.
Es Sari Asem Jawa IDR 46k
For extra kick, we ordered Es Sari Asem Jawa, the tamarind is quite strong with a fresh lime juice & syrup, not overly sweet and enjoyable.
Jagung Keriting Goreng IDR 48k
This is one of their signature items, curly fried corn on the cob sprinkled with gunpowder spice. The eating process might be a bit unglam since you have to use your hands but it tastes good, savory sweet with hint of herbs.
Signature Gado-Gado IDR 78k
Classic all time favorite Indonesian dish with vegetables, boiled egg and peanut sauce that simply cannot go wrong. Love the fact that they nailed the peanut sauce amazingly with just the perfect flavor we expected.
Sate Tempe Gembus IDR 52k
The idea of chargrilled soft bean curd skewers might sound so simple but it was surprisingly one of our top favs. Well marinated with nice depth of flavors, savory and sweet with peanut sauce.
Sate Ayam Maranggi IDR 74k
For us, the concept of Sate Maranggi suits beef better than chicken. Nevertheless it was still an enjoyable chicken skewer, juicy with mild taste and served with charred green chili sambal.
Sapi Bakar Genteng IDR 174k
This menu reminded us with the taste of sate maranggi (in a good way). It was super popular, we almost didn’t get the chance to try it.
The presentation is pretty unique, instead of serving it on sizzling hotpot, they literally serve it on sizzling pan that looks like roof tile, no wonder it’s so popular. The chargrilled sliced Australian beef ribeye was tasty, well marinated in palm sugar, spices and fresh herbs, savory and sweet altogether with nice charred aroma.
Ayam Bakar Bambu Rica-Rica IDR 148k
Another dish with unique presentation. Chicken marinated in ginger tumeric, young cassava leaves and red bird’s eye chili cooked in bamboo with charcoal fire. Personally me and Mr. Jajan enjoyed it, the chicken was tender and fully marinated, savory and rich in turmeric flavor, perfect with rice.
Kakap Merah Goreng Mangga Muda IDR 186k
Fresh and meaty fried snapper with shredded green mango tossed in sweet and sour chili dressing. Nicely executed.
Nasi Goreng Ayam Telor IDR 78k
The fried rice with chicken was baked under thin layer of dough. Simply tear the dough above and mix it together to enjoy it.
Nasi Goreng Jambal IDR 86k
Aromatic fried rice topped with salted fish and red chili sambal. Love the fact that they put chunks of salted fish in the fried rice, it gave the dish nice salty kick in each spoonful.
Five Sambal Tasting IDR 58k
Sambal is always a great idea for Indonesian food for extra flavor kick. Agneya has 10 types of sambal options, we had Sambal Terasi, Sambal Ijo Bakar, Sambal Matah, Sambal Bajak, and Sambal Kecombrang. It was pretty good, great balance of flavor, pleasantly aromatic without being too spicy.
Overall, our first visit to Agneya Terrace gave us a nice impression. Even though they serve authentic Indonesian food, the presentation is really spot on, pretty and looking very appetizing. Definitely will be back for more to try another dishes.
PIK Avenue – South Lobby, GF
Jl. Indah Kapuk Boulevard, Jakarta Utara
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