At Mandarin Oriental Jakarta
For classy and innovative Chinese fare look no further than Li Feng and its captivating menu of traditional dishes and creative takes on the classics, such as its famed black swans, or more precisely swan dumplings with black pepper duck meat.
The talented chefs have an exquisite eye for detail and offer an extensive menu that highlights the fascinating range of flavours found in Cantonese cuisine. The quality of the ingredients and skills of the chefs shine through and are meticulously plated as works of art. Popular dishes on the menu include the superbly crispy fried fish skin with salted egg sauce, rice roll shrimp and braised hele crab with Japanese rice in hoisin sauce.
Chinese New Year is always an extra-special time at Li Feng and this year will see Properity Yee Sang, Gold Swan Dumplings and the classic Beggars’ Chicken on the menu. An extraordinary 11-course Gong Xi Fa Cai set menu will be available for lunch and dinner from 8th until 14th February, while on 15th February, Chinese New Year’s Eve dinner will be a 12-course Year of the Dog set menu. Both menus are available for a minimum of six guests.
The restaurant itself is elegant and culturally rich, with decor that narrates the historical spice trade between China and Indonesia’s capital city, with special emphasis on the role of junks in the glass art, paintings and ceiling light sculpture.
For intimate gatherings and private celebrations, there are three distinctive, sophisticated private dining rooms.
Mandarin Oriental, Jakarta
Jalan M.H. Thamrin
Jakarta Pusat 10310, Indonesia
T: (+62) 2129938824