The Dharmawangsa Jakarta has prepared special offerings for the holy month of Ramadhan.
To welcome and join in the celebration of the holy month, The Dharmawangsa Jakarta is presenting the breakfasting programs “Touch of Egypt” at Lobby Lounge, Bimasena, from May 29 to June 22 and “Ramadan Nusantara” at Jakarta Restaurant, The Dharmawangsa, from May 28 to June 23.
From 5.30 pm until 10 pm, The Dharmawangsa Jakarta executive chef Felix Budisetiawan and team will be serving extensive menus to satisfy those who crave exotic Egyptian dishes or who want to touch base with their Indonesian roots.
This year, Bimasena transforms its once modern function room to create a completely different feeling with Egyptian decorations as the guests enter the Lobby Lounge so they feel as if they are faraway in a mythical land with lavish Middle Eastern colors and majlis seating. As the guests enjoy their food, enchanting Arabic pipe music will be played in the background.
To break the fast guests will be served classic ta’jil and Egyptian desserts such as om ali, halawetahmed, low-fat mohallabiyah, and assorted baklava. There will also be an Egyptian Corner serving cold mezze. Besides Egyptian cuisine, Bimasena will also present signature dishes including giant lobster thermidor, oxtail soup, iga panggang madu, and mongolian BBQ.
For those who prefer to break the fast with Indonesian cuisine, Jakarta Restaurant will be serving rendang-glazed rib-eye beef, kambing guling, rawon roasted rib-eye, mie kocok, martabak telor and sop kaki kambing. Assorted ta’jil and manisan including es kelapa muda and jongkong kopyor, as well as traditional cakes including martabak manis and kue pisang will also be served to satisfy the sweet-toothed.
The whole family can enjoy a great time and fantastic cuisines for Rp 595,000++ for adults and Rp 395,000++ for children. For reservations please contact Lobby Lounge at +62 21725 8668 ext. 8139 or Jakarta Restaurant at +62 21 725 8181 ext. 6237.
THE DHARMAWANGSA JAKARTA
Jalan Brawijaya No. 26, Jakarta
Photographs by: The Dharmawangsa Jakarta