The recently unveiled SATOO’s Red Night redefines the boundary of all-day dining into something that every other restaurant in Jakarta would be envy of.
Find out the reasons why as The Foodie Magazine received the honor to enjoy the red temptations.
As a prestigious all-day dining restaurant in Jakarta, SATOO is popularly known for its vast array of twelve open kitchen buffets comprising quality Indonesian, Chinese, Indian, Japanese, and Western cuisines from start to finish.
Recently, SATOO introduces the “Red Night” with a sole purpose to elevate the dining experience for its loyal customers. For this special night, the appearance of SATOO becomes different with so many of infusions of red on every element you can perceive through your senses.
You will become the witness that every little thing from the napkins, the uniforms, the ornaments, and even the lighting mood are colored in red. Needless to say, the Red Night casts its color as well on the very element that will treat our tasting sense into maximum pleasure.
Start yourself from the parade of fresh seafood from the beautiful yellow fin tuna, tiger prawns, oysters, mussels, swimmer crabs, yabbies, white clams, and a creative lineup of sushi rolls and sashimi. These amazing selections of seafood are complimented with an array of special red sauces for guests to choose – from strawberry and mango vinaigrette, raspberry vinaigrette, Thousand Island dressing and also the blood orange emulsion to as far as sundried tomato pesto.
Representatives of Indonesian cuisine are also bejeweled in the color of passion theme with offerings such as chicken in rica-rica sauce, “Merah” sweet and sour fish, beef rendang and red jackfruit curry.
Other international selections such as the seared ahi tuna, red dragon rolls, shrimp bisque, red wine braised beef medallion, salmon roll in spicy Provençal sauce, Singaporean chili crab, Szechuan style beef, Seafood kway tiao and Thai red duck curry with lychees are all waiting to be explored.
To end it with a sweet note, follow the colorful desserts paraded through the dining hall to one corner where the red color reigns supreme over the rest with rich European-style desserts, pink chocolate fountain, as well as the customizable ice cream concoction made upon the cold stone. While it may not be red, be sure to not miss the pride and joy of our culture, a variety of classic power drinks from herbs brewed by the genuine mbok jamu.
Those are the reasons why you should not miss the Red Night at all. Remember also that it is only held weekly every Thursday evening. Book from now and enjoy your dinner!
Halal-friendly (some dishes contain pork and alcohol is served)
Shangri-La Hotel Jakarta, Kota BNI
Jalan Jend. Sudirman Kav. 1, Jakarta – Indonesia
Opening hours: Everyday, all-day dining restaurant
Featured in THE FOODIE MAGAZINE Jan 2015 edition
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