One spectacular treat before starting the Ramadan this year was a super Sunday Brunch at C’s Steak & Seafood Restaurant. Here’s why it is a die-die-must-try experience for you to visit this restaurant for this occasion!

As a restaurant that ambitiously intertwines cuisines of different worlds. There are prime choices of meat, seafood, and Asiatic dishes – all prepared fresh on daily basis. The supply chain and storage managements will elude even the most gourmet of foodies.

For years, C’s has been very successful in making the best out of its produce. There’s no other time to showcase how marvelous the quality of these ingredients other than during Sunday Brunch.

So let’s start right away with the oysters. You can have it as many and as fresh as it can be. Just simply order for how many and the crews will shuck them open freshly, serve the oysters on a bed of ice, and straight to your table. Preferably, I left all the sauces behind and just opt for the accompaniment of a bit of lemon juice and black pepper. There’s nothing else you can ask for.

Heading next, still at the seafood department, would be a mix platter of fresh salad, salmon, and the Alaskan king crab. Of course, there’s always a choice for prawns, smaller crabs, lobsters, and yabbies; but I cannot skip to mix these wonders in a single plate.

Heading to the meat section and there’s Chef Matt Demery who runs the show. “I was waiting for you to say hi”, he said. Yes, I was more than ready to hit the most wanted part of C’s and he recommended me the secret option of wagyu short ribs.

Immediately I combined almost everything to my plate. The lamb chop, the homemade sausage, the classic ribs, and the chef’s best kept secret – wagyu short ribs topped with green chilies sauce!

Now, there’s one thing left missing and that’s Chef Matt’s housemade steak sauce. Made from 30 secret ingredients, the sauce packs not just more flavor, but more intricacy than the usual BBQ sauce.

Last but not least, the Chinese cuisine section and the desserts buffet were no less enticing. Experience freshly stir-fried classic Chinese food, dim sum, mantau with condensed milk, and Peking duck while here. For the desserts; surely the homemade ice cream, apple pies, and other sweet offerings should be kept in your must-not-miss list!

All of this for IDR 700,000++ was an unforgettable experience. You know the routine now with the quality of this restaurant for its individual dish, but now when collectively gathered in a great Sunday Brunch – there’s no escaping this. It’s a must visit for you and another turn for me as well.

Shall we?


Halal-friendly (some menu may contain alcohol)
Some menu are suitable for vegetarians

Grand Hyatt, Jalan M.H. Thamrin, Jakarta – Indonesia

T: +62.21.2970.4981 ext. 438


Opening hours:
Daily, 12pm – 3pm (lunch), 6pm – 10.30pm (dinner)


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