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
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 cold brew coffee that treated with nitrogen gas to create a smoother drink with a foamy texture, like beer. 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
A new Indonesian restaurant focused on Javanese food just opened in Menteng area. Located just a stones’ throw away from Gondangdia railway station make Aromanis restaurant easy to find. Continue Reading
For most people, Friday is the beginning of happiness and a good time. But, Friday morning for Jakartan means dealing with crazy traffic. Usually, I prefer to stay at home on Friday if there is nothing necessitating. However, today I feel excited and don’t really care about the traffic. It promptly 9 a.m when my uber finally arrived. I’m willing to get up early and got stuck in traffic for the sake of 5th Fun Kitchen: Tea Inspired Competition with Dilmah Tea event. Continue Reading
Tea is an inseparable part of Indonesian culture, when you are eating out in Indonesia you can see almost every restaurant have tea on their menu, even in a small eatery like warung you will usually be presented with a complimentary glass of tea. Visiting relatives house in Indonesia -mainly in a rural area- you will be served a cup of hot tea with sugar on the side and usually accompanied with a plate of piping hot fried banana. Continue Reading