Famed for its legendary oxtail soup, Bogor Café attracts a crowd daily, eager to sample the authentic Javanese delight amongst other culinary offerings. A wildly popular menu item since its introduction in 1974, the hotel sources the most premium oxtail meat from Australia. Prepared fresh daily using aromatics sourced from the archipelago such as nutmeg, cloves, ginger and black pepper, the oxtail soup has been a mainstay of Bogor Café’s offerings.
Visitors to Bogor Café’s Sunday Brunch can expect a lavish spread of local and international delicacies prepared by Hotel Borobudur Jakarta’s award winning chefs. Aside from the restaurant’s ever-popular signature oxtail soup, diners can indulge themselves in a generous spread of more than 50 items. Lovers of Japanese food can choose from an expansive spread of sushi and sashimi made from the freshest air-flown seafood. The Chinese corner is sure to delight those craving oriental delights, with items such as the tantalising beef bacon and glazed ham. Visitors looking for a hearty start to their day can look forward to a no-frills American breakfast of buttery waffles, soft fluffy pancakes and omelettes. A selection of roasted chicken, lamb and beef grilled to crisp perfection is also available for diners looking for their daily protein fix. Visitors can also find traditional Indonesian delights such as buntut rica bakar and buntut penyet. Aside from the platters of piping hot culinary creations, guests can order freshly made items at the restaurant’s live cooking station manned by the hotel’s talented culinary team. Those with a sweet tooth are urged to browse the sweets corner and pile their plates with scrumptious cakes and homemade ice cream.