Foodies Lists: Le Cafe Gourmand (The Foodie Magazine, Apr 2014) [CLOSED]
Hailing from Surabaya, Le Café Gourmand’s appearance in Jakarta quite recently brings good tidings for the explorer of finer things in coffee and desserts. This new addition to the city’s culinary scene should make living in an era where dessert lovers can now get their way when it comes to dining out.
Iconic: Miranda (The Foodie Magazine, Mar 2014) [CLOSED]
Quietly and calmly, Miranda has witnessed the decades pass by, offering the best bestik recipes to its patrons. It not only offers good steak, it’s also a haven for those who want a slice of nostalgia.
Quikskoop™: Tapas Movida (CLOSED)
Not until the past two or three years, the trend of enjoying tapas finally caught the Jakartan foodies. What makes it interesting is definitely because of its rich variety that combines meat, vegetables, seafood, bread, and sauces. Although Tapas is originally consumed in-between heavy meals, or particularly in the evening – thanks to the late…
Quikskoop™: Otel Lobby (2013) [CLOSED]
I always have that ‘rest assured’ feeling whenever I enter this particular ‘hotel lobby’, knowing that I’ll be under good care of Chef Maya Aldy and her kitchen charisma. I bet everyone feels the same about this restaurant!
Kahvehane: Chez Moka [CLOSED]
Bandungers have to thank Noah’s Barn for bringing the renewed spirit in coffee exploration. Within a year after the arrival of Noah’s Barn, several artisan coffee shops emerged and Chez Moka being one of them. Of course, its initial appearance is colored with experiments on micro batches of foreign coffee beans as the main attraction…