Ta’jil literally means hasten in Arabic. In the context of Ramadan, the word itself means to hasten to break the fast. But there has been a shift in the meaning, Indonesian used the word “takjil” in a reference to drinks, snacks and desserts that we consumed to break the fast during Ramadan. Continue Reading
Ramadan is almost here and the evening breakfast is the most precious time of the day during this holy month. This is the perfect time to shares a meal with family, friends and also the loved ones. This also the month when the restaurants are busiest. Every restaurant in Jakarta has created the special menu and promotion for Ramadan. Continue Reading
How many Nikkei-style fares you can find in Jakarta? One, two or maybe more than that. If you are a real fan of Japanese-Peruvian cuisine or just curious about this newest trend you must pay a visit to Fat Shogun. Located in Rooftop level Menara BPTN next to Attico, Fat Shogun has managed both indoor and outdoor seating. Going with the chic modern decor, Fat Shogun successfully combines minimalist decor with a perfect balance of Japanese influenced. Continue Reading
What comes after cold brew coffee? Apparently nitro coffee is the latest trend in the coffee industry. For those of you who are unfamiliar might be wondering what is nitro coffee? Nitro or nitro coffee is basically a cold brew coffee that treated with nitrogen gas to create a smoother drink with a foamy texture, like beer. Continue Reading
Looking for healthy lunch or post-workout meal? Pop by at Cocobeet Senayan City to grab some plant-based & wholesome foods. Comes all the way from Boston, United States, Cocobeet offers a wide array of cold-pressed organic juices, homemade nut mylk, and juice cleanses.
Located in Senayan City 5th floor, just a short walk from Delicae and next to Haagen Dazs. At first, I wondered why they choose this spot as their location. But then I found out there is a fitness centre on the upper floor, right across the Cocobeet. Of course, that makes a sense why they choose this location. Continue Reading
From the oceans to the mountains Indonesia is endowed with abundant natural produce. Comprising over 17,000 islands and two-thirds of the total area of Indonesia is ocean then surely edible seafood is abundant. Not only seafood, Indonesian ocean also rich in minerals. As a country with the second-longest coastline in the world salt production in Indonesia is pretty high. Continue Reading
It always amazed me when a person shares their passion and most intimates stories with people through publication writing. Such is the case with William Wongso’s “Flavors of Indonesia”. Through his book, I’ve learned that his love of food has formed since the young age. Continue Reading