1. High Tea Iftar at Grand Hyatt Jakarta
Grand Hyatt Jakarta celebrates this Ramadan with special dining promotions that feature both local and international delicacies. Grand Hyatt Jakarta offers three dining venues with different types of Ramadan delicacies. The guests can choose between an indulgent Egyptian meal at C’s Steak and Seafood Restaurant, a rich buffet of local flavours at Grand Café or a gourmet afternoon tea with both savoury and sweet treats at Fountain Lounge. Also, both private and group dining for Iftar is available at Grand Hyatt Jakarta, which offers various menu and meeting packages.
A gourmet journey of the Holy Month specials with traditional Egyptian dishes such as koshari (the most beloved Egyptian street food dish), shish tawook (chicken kebab), tarb kofta (lamb kofta), shawarma, ouzi bil khalta (roasted whole baby lamb) and traditional iftar staples such as lentil soup, hummus, fattoush, and an assortment of Arabic desserts, will be served.
Local Flavours at Grand Café
At Grand Café Guests are offered an authentic Indonesian home-style dining with an iftar buffet serving made-to-order dishes prepared by hotel chefs at five live-cooking stations. Don’t forget to try its ta’jil and other Ramadan desserts! Starting from 6:00 PM – 10:30 PM for Buka Puasa, the dining package is priced at IDR 420,000++ per person and at IDR 210,000++ per person for children under 12 years of age. However, noon lunch buffet, which starts from 12:00 noon – 2:30 PM, are priced 250,000 net per person and IDR 125,000 net for children under 12 years of age.
Iftar High Tea Buffet at Fountain Lounge
Get an afternoon tea as Iftar with a view of Jakarta’s water fountain. The high tea buffet offers a choice of homemade Ramadan desserts including Martabak, Kolak, Es Kelapa Campur, and an assortment of traditional bite-sized Indonesian desserts on rotation. Opens from 3:00 PM to 8:00 PM, guests are charged with IDR 188,000++ per person.
2. Delightful Ramadan Experience at DoubleTree By Hilton
DoubleTree offers a Ramadan experience by providing two different ambiences and concepts for the guests. Kampung Air at OPEN} Restaurant and Eight Hand Iftar Culinary Journey at Sea Grain Restaurant & Bar are both available starting from the first week of Ramadan.
Kampung Air at OPEN}
Kampung Air at OPEN} Restaurant offers both Ramadhan delicacies and Indonesian favourites such as Tuna Asam Pedas, Ayam Bakar Taliwang, Kambing Bakar and Balinese Chicken Salad. Moreover, Kampung Air also presents international cuisines such the signature shawarma served at the Lebanese corner, and other handpicked Ramadan specialties at the Indian corner and many more. Kampung Air creates a Ramadan experience like no other. A real traditional floating market at the outdoor area of OPEN} Restaurant will be open as long as the Holy Month. Food stalls on boats will line up at the pool as soon as the Bedug chimes as a sign for breakfasting. Delicacies offered on boats include Pempek Palembang, Siomay Bandung, Batagor, Bakso Malang, and Nasi Goreng Mawut. The breakfasting dining package is priced at IDR 468,000++ by the hotel and is available from May 6 to June 4, 2019. However, the special price from IDR 368,000++ is available in the first week of Ramadan. Further promotions such as pay 1 for 2 will only be available on the late breakfasting session which starts from 9 pm to 10.30 pm.
Sea Grain Restaurant
Sea Grain Restaurant will serve a gourmet journey of Mediterranean delicacies, presented by four different chefs with different origins from all around the world. True Lebanese spices, Jordan’s flavourful ingredients, the best Tunisian food, Spain’s all-time favourites, and Indonesia’s premium local taste are included. The sumptuous buffet at Sea Grain Restaurant is worth IDR 428,000++. However, a special price is offered at IDR 318,000++ per person on the first and last week of Ramadan.
3. ‘A Taste of Nusantara’ for Iftar at Mandarin Oriental Jakarta
Share the moments of Ramadan with your beloved family and friends! This season, Cinnamon at Mandarin Oriental offers an iftar buffet of delicious Indonesian specialities with a touch of Ramadan flavours such as a variety of ta’jil and Indonesian sweets and desserts perfect to be enjoyed during breakfasting.
Dishes to taste will include Rujak Juhi from Betawi, Bakso Malang from East Java, Short Ribs Konro from Makassar, South Sulawesi, and Itik Lado Ijo from Bukittinggi, West Sumatra. The breakfasting buffet package is priced at IDR 428,000++ per person and begins from sunset until 9 pm.
Moreover, exclusive Idul Fitri Hampers from the Mandarin Cake Shop are filled with selections of iconic home-made treats, such as the all-time favourite Nastar, and Kastangel cookies, chocolate dates, Lapis Legit cake, and Li Feng speciality tea. Customisation of the hampers is also possible starting from IDR 880,000+.
4. Breakfasting with Middle Eastern Fusion Dishes at Fairmont Jakarta
Fairmont Jakarta shares its Ramadan offers in the hotel’s restaurants including Spectrum, Sapori Deli, and 1945 which begins on May 5 to June 4, 2019.
Ramadan Buffet at Spectrum
On a special occasion, Spectrum highlights its Arabic, Indian, and Indonesia food among other international cuisines to celebrate Ramadan. Serving Middle East flavours such as Beef, Lamb, and Chicken Shawarma, Kabuli Rice, Lamb Ouzie, Mini Manakich, Cheese Rakakat, Chicken Kabsah, Fatayer, Kebeh, Shish Tawook and Samosas, Spectrum also has its own live stations that will serve staple Indonesian food, such as Empal Gentong, Tahu Gejrot, Tempe Mendoan, Soto Mie, Toge Goreng, Soto Betawi, Gado-Gado, Asinan Betawi, Pempek, dan Tekwan. Dessert stations will be filled with both sweet and savoury treats are available as well. Available at IDR 468,000++, early birds who book before May 1, 2019 will get a 20% discount.
Indonesian Flavours at 1945
Perfect for family occasions especially in the Holy Month, 1945 offers contemporary Indonesian gourmet cuisine. Besides serving Ramadan must-haves such as a wild range of assorted jajanan pasar which includes Bika Ambon, Kue Dadar Gulung, Biji Salak, Kolak Pisang and many more, Indonesian favorites such as Rujak Bebeuk, Gado-Gado, Soto Kudus, Assorted Satay, Pempek, Asinan Betawi, Roti Jala Aceh, Nasi Bali and many more is always ready at each live cooking stations. Moreover, the refreshing traditional beverage is also available from Teh Poci, Jamu Gula Asem, and Wedang Jahe. The dining package is available at IDR 388,000++ for a group of minimum 10 people.
Italian-Indonesian Tastes at Sapori Deli
For those who are searching for a different menu than the typical Iftar dishes, Sapori Deli offers a 3-course East Meets West set menu. The Italian-Indonesian set menu includes an all-you-can-eat Tajil corner, worth of IDR 298,000++.
5. Japanese Ramadan Delights at Hotel Kempinski Jakarta
Hotel Kempinski Jakarta celebrates the Holy Month by inviting guests to experience its new menu for breakfasting at OKU, a hotel restaurant well-known for its Japanese cuisine. OKU Breakfasting Bento is available from May 4 to June 3, 2019, at IDR 550,000++ per person including Ta’jil, appetizer, main course, dessert, and black tea.
Moreover, Iftar buffet is also available at Signatures Restaurant. The breakfasting package starts from IDR 408,000++ and includes Indonesian Ramadan favourites with an assortment of Ta’jil and hot tea. Guests are also allowed to host gatherings in Signatures Restaurant. A special 30 % discount will be given to a group of minimum 20 persons and for those who booked one week prior to Ramadan month.
Kempi Deli, the hotel’s fine bakery, offers specially crafted hampers starting from IDR 500,000 that include a combination of cakes, cookies, and sweet bites.
6. Divine Ramadan Sensation with Keraton at The Plaza Hotel
To welcome the holy month of Ramadan, Keraton at The Plaza Hotel provides two hotel’s restaurants, Bengawan Restaurant, and La Moda Restaurant for breakfasting moment. At Bengawan Restaurant, the culinary theme this season is a combination of Indonesian local delicacies and a Ramadan gastronomic must-try. The restaurants highlight the Indonesian favourite dishes such as Beef Rendang, Grilled Satay, Soto Ayam and many more as well as the touches of a Middle Eastern flair such as Tajil, Dates, Hummus and Baklava. The breakfasting buffet’s price varies as each guest dined in from 6 pm to 8 pm is charged IDR 418.000++, while 8.15pm to 10 pm seating time costs IDR 318.000++.
Director of Culinary, Chef Rafael Gil, recommends the Grilled Satay from the Indonesian food corner. The Grilled Satay also provides three different types of meat including beef, chicken, and lamb. It comes with two different sauce which is saus kacang and saus sambal kecap. “Even if you eat the satay with different kinds of sambal, it’s already a different flavor. That’s why I love it. “, he added. The Grilled Satay is tenderly cooked and perfectly seasoned. The choices of sauce highlight the dish making it stand out. Another recommended dish comes from the Middle Eastern fusion menu which is the Wagyu Beef “Picanha”. The wagyu beef is cooked to medium-rare as it leaves a juicy texture which enriched the flavours. The thin skin beef is crispy outside and already well-seasoned. Thus, a special sauce is not provided as the dish can stand alone.
Meanwhile, La Moda Restaurant offers Tajil corner that features Ramadan all-time favourites such as Tempe Goreng, Tahu Isi, Kolak Pisang, Risoles, Baklava, Catayef and many more. Moreover, La Moda also provides savoury dishes such as Lontong Sayur, Opor Ayam, Orek Tempe and many more. The breakfasting package at La Moda Restaurant costs IDR 168.000++ per person.
7. Sugar & Spice at Intercontinental Jakarta Pondok Indah
The hotel’s new on-site restaurant, Sugar & Spice invites guests to enjoy a Ramadan buffet featuring 90 dishes encompassing a unique blend of Indonesian, Western, Chinese, Japanese and Indian cuisines. Not stopping there, Sugar & Spice also offers six Moroccan dishes from chermoula-baked sea bass to a chicken tagine. Meanwhile, the must-try items for dessert besides cheesecakes and the chocolate fountain, are Nyonya Kueh, snacks originated from Singapore and Malaysia and Penget Pisang, one of the Ramadan favourites that include banana and cassava as the main ingredients.
The Ramadan buffet at Sugar & Spice costs IDR 488,000++ per person, available from 5:30 pm to 9:30 pm every day during Ramadan. The hotel also highlights daily live entertainment during the Ramadan offer. Enjoy an intimate family and friends Iftar gathering at Sugar & Spice at Intercontinental Jakarta Level 1!
8. Moroccan Themed Ramadan Buffet at Shangri-la Hotel Jakarta
Themed “The Sacred Ramadan”, Shangri-la Hotel Jakarta will begin its special Ramadan offers, starting from May 6 until June 5, 2019. The lobby lounge and SATOO, one of the most popular hotel restaurant in Shangri-la Hotel Jakarta, are decorated with Moroccan designs. Blue turquoise and green are mostly dominating the hotel interiors, giving it a touch of the Middle East.
As the guests are already greeted with a special Ramadan vibe at the lobby, SATOO restaurant is in charge of keeping the guests’ bellies satisfied as well. Besides welcomed by the marvellous Ramadan themed hotel lobby, the guests are guaranteed to leave with a satisfied belly.
Collaborating with an international award-winning chef from Indonesia, Chef William Wongso, SATOO offers Indonesian favorites snacks such as Kolak Pisang, Biji Salak, Coconut Pudding, Es Loder, Kue Putu, Dadar Gulung, to begin with for breakfasting and followed by a wide range of savory dishes such as Lontong Rendang, the perfect combo of Green Fried Rice served with the Oxtail Soup, Kambing Guling, Chicken or Beef Shawarma and many more. The breakfasting buffet at SATOO costs IDR 428,000++ per person on weekdays and IDR 478,000++ during weekends.
9. Ramadan Kareem at Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta
No worries if you want to have a small private group breakfasting, medium to large or even a corporate Iftar dinner. The Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta offers private dining rooms which can hold 10 persons or the Orchid court that accommodates up to 30 people. Hosting private events are made easy. Both room types of room are open for bookings and available until June 5, 2019. Enjoy the stylish venue of the Palm Court for your breakfasting dinner. Moreover, the restaurant also creates a special menu and a selection of home-cooked favourite Indonesian Tajil.
Furthermore, The Grand Ballroom is open for Ramadan bookings and corporate Iftar. Seats up to 350 to 1,000 guests, the grand and luxurious ballroom can prepare special buffet selections of Indonesian, Asian and Middle Eastern menus with a mix of regional delicacies. The dining package costs IDR 598,000++ per person.
Moreover, Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta also provides hampers starting from IDR 499,000++ to IDR 1,899,000++. Available until June 5, 2019, the hampers also contains a selection of locally produced items such as raw forest honey and lapis among the classic Ramadan treats.
10. From Sahur to Breakfasting at Ayana Midplaza Jakarta
Ayana Midplaza Jakarta enhanced the local Indonesian flavours to celebrate Ramadan this year. The hotel provides menus from pre-dawn sahur to sunset dipping platters. Home to a lot of restaurants, bars, and lounges Ayana Midplaza Jakarta offers a wide variation of Ramadan dining activities in several restaurants of choice.
However, the hotel chefs highlight several menus such as Ayam Rica Rica and Braised Beef Oxtail Soup from the Sahur menu. Moreover, Nightly “Nusantara” sunset menu for breakfasting and Tajil dipping platter in the stylish setting of JimBARan Lounge are also a must-try. Each breakfasting menu costs Rp 398.000++ and Rp 438.000++. Meanwhile, Tajil Dipping Platters starts from Rp 190.000++ at JimBARan Lounge.