Sora Croquant Chou, Lippo Mall Puri, Jakarta.
Hello, what’s new in Jakarta? Croquant Chou might be one of the newest types of food that starts to be on trend in Indonesia especially for Jakarta market. Famous from Tokyo, Japan, the hype is too damn high, during our visit to Tokyo last autumn, the queue for Croquant Chou is extremely long. Gladly now we can get it easily at Sora Croquant Chou located at 1st floor in Lippo Mall Puri strategically in front of XXI. Continue reading SORA CROQUANT CHOU – Lippo Mall Puri, Jakarta→
TGIF!!! Time for another recommendation for weekend hangout, TGI Fridays Restaurant and Bar, an American restaurant chain focusing on casual dining originated from United States. In Jakarta, you can find TGI Fridays’ outlet in these locations, Kemang Village, Pondok Indah Mall, Central Park Mall, Gandaria City and Lippo Mall Puri. Continue reading TGI FRIDAYS RESTAURANT & BAR – Jakarta, Indonesia→
A new restaurant in Neo Soho Mall has just opened with unique concept where we can dine and meet the cute Penguins, Pingoo Restaurant by Jakarta Aquarium.
UPDATE: Just want to clear the air to address some of your thoughtful concern about the Humboldt Penguins in PINGOO Neo Soho, so we would like to share some facts that we found. It is a part of Taman Safari Indonesia’s program to conserve and increase their population. The penguins have been successfully bred by Taman Safari Indonesia with over 40 successful hatchings in safe environment since the natural habitat in the wild is decreasing and the animal need safe place to live. So in this post, you’re looking at the 3rd generation offspring and hopefully by the time the cute little penguins’ population will increase. Anyway, this post is not sponsored, we just want to share some facts. Happy Reading! 🙂 Continue reading PINGOO RESTAURANT BY JAKARTA AQUARIUM – NEO SOHO MALL, Jakarta→
Originated from China, Xiaolongbao is a famous dumpling dish that people usually call Soup Dumpling since you can slurp pipping hot soup from inside the dumpling. The cooking process requires great technique since they need to keep the skin elastic so it won’t break when served. In Jakarta, one of the famous places for Xiaolongbao is none other than Din Tai Fung. For holiday season, Din Tai Fung launched several seasonal menu including the GIANT XIAO LONG BAO that got me excited!! Continue reading GIANT XIAO LONG BAO – DIN TAI FUNG, Jakarta→
Welcome to Fuwa-Fuwa world of fluffiness!! Out of many trends, cheese cake has become a major trend in 2016 particularly Japanese style cheese cakes and one of the happening brand is Fuwa-Fuwa, following the opening of 1st outlet in Elang Laut, Pantai Indah Kapuk, Fuwa Fuwa has opened the second outlet recently in Central Park Mall. Continue reading FUWA FUWA CHEESECAKE – Jakarta→
Introducing Gyoza Bar, a new cozy hangout spot in Tribeca, Central Park Mall, West Jakarta. Serving Gyoza and Japanese style cocktails as their main signature, Gyoza Bar offers a whole lot more options of fusion Japanese dishes from Gyoza, Salad, Soup, Katsu, Yakiniku, Nabe, Donburi, Baked Rice, Futomaki, Tapas, etc with price ranging from IDR 18k to IDR 98k. Since it’s also a bar, it offers great range of Japanese inspired non alcohol and alcohol drinks such as Sake, Japanese Whisky, Scotch, Beer, Coffee, Cocktail, Mocktail, etc as well. Continue reading GYOZA BAR – TRIBECA, Central Park Mall, Jakarta→
Originated from Japan since 1958, Washoku Sato is a Japanese family restaurant chain that has opened two outlets in Jakarta, Indonesia at Central Park Mall and Mall of Indonesia (MOI) since three years ago. Since the past one year, Washoku Sato started to offer All You Can Eat (AYCE). Continue reading WASHOKU SATO All You Can Eat – Jakarta→
Shirayuki, who doesn’t know about this famous place in Pantai Indah Kapuk area. Other than the popular dessert menu, Shirayuki also serves various savory dishes and they have recently launched Street Food menu, various toast and noodle dishes with a very affordable price available in both outlets, PIK and Mall Taman Anggrek. Continue reading SHIRAYUKI NEW MENU – Street Food→