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
Living in a country that comprising over 17.000 islands and known as the largest archipelago country in the world, you must be thinking that I enjoy delicious seafood every day. Unfortunately get fresh seafood in Jakarta is not as easy as you think.
Luckily for the residents of Nort Jakarta, especially for those who living in and around Pantai Mutiara. Dapur seafood, a restaurant that specialises in seafood dishes just opened in Pantai Mutiara. Continue Reading
Although Indonesia is the 3rd largest cacao producer in the world. But why globally Indonesian cacao is still perceived as a low-quality cacao? After the cacao pod harvested from the tree, the fermentation and drying process have an important role to produce fine, high-grade beans. Majority Indonesia’s cacao export as raw beans instead of processed cacao, it means Indonesia lost some revenue values. Continue Reading
Indonesian is known as the world’s largest archipelago country. Comprising over 17,000 islands, and two-thirds of the total area of Indonesia is the ocean, then surely Indonesia are endowed with the wonderful underwater world and abundant edible seafood. Continue Reading
Last week I visited SIAL Interfood 2016 at Jakarta International Expo, Kemayoran. More than 800 exhibitors from 34 countries and regions showing their product in the area of 300.000 square kilometres. At the end of the day, my stomach is full and my feet are sore, but I’m excited because there are too many delicious foods and drinks to try. From coffee to wine, spices and baking ingredients, there’s a little something for everyone to enjoy. Continue Reading