Tag: mise en place
Peacock Lounge, Redefining the High Tea Time Culture (mise en place, Vol 21 – 2017)
From the hustle and bustle behind the business district of Senayan came the Fairmont Jakarta. After its foundation in 2015, Fairmont Jakarta introduced Peacock Lounge to complement its vast and opulent main lobby. The lounge itself can seat up to 40 people and offers an intimate ambiance that is suitable for conversational tea time and…
Richeese Factory, More Than Just Fried Chicken (mise en place, Vol 20 – 2017)
Indonesia is no stranger when it comes to American-style fried chicken. The dish is widely considered as the cornerstone of Western cuisine influences for the masses in the country. It dates back to 1979, sparked by the pioneer Kentucky Fried Chicken. Followed suit by McDonald’s in 1991, the country has seen the ups and downs…
Dapur Solo, More Than Just a Tradition (mise en place, Vol 19 – 2017)
It is now only a year away until Dapur Solo, a Jakar tabased Javanese cuisine restaurant chain, commemorates its thirtieth year of existence. Like legends of prominent start-up businesses, Dapur Solo actually also star ted from a home garage, selling only rujak (Indonesian-style salad with spicy dressing) and fruit juices at that time.
Berrywell: Jakarta’s Freshly Made Healthy Lifestyle (mise en place, Vol 18 – 2017)
Known for its smoothie bowls and cold pressed juices, Berrywell has opened up three outlets and each has its own specific demography to serve.
Namaaz Dining: Precisely Molecular (mise en place, Vol 17 – 2017)
Namaaz Dining has always been the talk of the town for the past few years. Not only that it is a full-fledge restaurant specializing in molecular gastronomy, but it is also championing Indonesian cuisine as the star of the show.
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