Sunday Feast at Jakarta Restaurant, The Dharmawangsa Jakarta

Sunday Feast at Jakarta Restaurant, The Dharmawangsa Jakarta

Seafood flambe

Visitors to the hotel’s Jakarta Restaurant will appreciate the exquisite décor of the restaurant, which features intricately hand-wrought accoutrements, dazzling art pieces, generous clean lines and warm wooden elements. The lofted space is bathed in lovely natural light emanating from the tall vertical windows overlooking the hotel’s outdoor seatings, with stunning contemporary chandeliers adorning the ceiling. The restaurant boasts gorgeously streaked marble flooring, which provides a contrast to the warmth of the interior.

Jakarta Restaurant’s main dining space exudes casual elegance with islands of stretch sofas complete with chic plush cushions, squares of handsome hazelnut table tops accompanied by groups of matching mahogany chairs.

For Sunday Brunch, the restaurant goes all out with its dazzling spread of culinary masterpieces masterminded by The Dharmawangsa Jakarta’s Executive Chef Felix Budisetiawan. Showcasing the impressive repertoire of the hotel’s talented culinary team, the brunch’s menu items encompass Indonesian comfort foods such as all-time favourite mie kocok, Western classics such as perfectly roasted black angus rib eye served with cutesy Yorkshire puddings and black pepper sauce, exotic middle eastern delights such as lamb kofta with sides of humus and mini pita bread, an array of delectable Indian food such as butter chicken and tantalising Japanese gastronomic creations such as spicy tuna rolls and octopus sashimi.

Cheese selection

Visitors to Jakarta Restaurant’s Sunday Brunch can expect ultra-premium artisan ingredients such as caviar mignonette, meticulously sourced by The Dharmawangsa Jakarta. Fresh seafood is air-flown regularly with seasonal offerings such as Spanish baby lobster, Canadian sea scallops, as well as oysters, crawfish, scampi, jumbo prawns and mussels.

Diners can also enjoy freshly cooked items at the brunch’s live cooking stations, pan-fried foie gras, and the pasta station manned by the hotel’s culinary team who are more than happy to customise the orders to the customers’ likings. For a sweet end to a wonderful brunch experience, the dessert section offers a decadent Valrhona chocolate fountain with lapis legit and marshmallow skewers, sinful all-time favourites such as bika ambon and a dazzling assortment of homemade ice cream. Parents bringing along their little ones for the Sunday Brunch will be pleased to know that The Dharmawangsa Jakarta has fun outdoor activities to entertain them. Children can spend an adventurous afternoon exploring the hotel’s mini jungle gym, frolicking in the special Kids’ Corner or join in the educational workshops available, such as arts and crafts, colouring or jewellery beading.

“Our specialty for the Sunday Brunch is our unusual gastronomic offerings, such as foie gras, as well as Italian caviar, which we carefully source from our trusted suppliers. These items are rare and not readily available in your typical brunch in Jakarta.”

Executive Chef Felix Budisetiawan