Wide, comfortable couches and plenty of natural light await as you walk into Kobeshi from Shabu2House. This all-you-can-eat-styled restaurant offers a homely ambiance with substantial quality at reasonable prices. Three types of dining options—adult, senior, and child— allow for a distinctive price range. Meanwhile, the 144- seat capacity allows for a number of meeting and group dining options as you choose either shabu-shabu or some of the moreish Australian meat cuts.
Housed inside the JW Marriott Hotel Jakarta, Sailendra Restaurant is truly an inviting spot with a perfect mixture of entertainment, cooking skills, and amazing food. Delicious Asia-inspired buffets, Western favourites, and decadent desserts can be enjoyed here. Along with live cooking stations and an open kitchen, Sailendra Restaurant is lively and filled with entertainment and great food. Being open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner also allows plenty of innovation and dining options.
Having earned a reputation for its delicious Indonesian cuisine in a locally inspired setting in Elang Laut, Pala Adas is now moving to the lucrative PIK nearby in the next neighbourhood. With an expansive space, it is now able to provide even more service options as many weekends are booked out for celebrations and birthday parties. The menu is filled with classic and beloved Balinese-inspired cuisine, plus more new offerings filled with fresh flavours.
Just opened in the Pondok Indah area, the new InterContinental Jakarta invites guests to revitalise their minds, bodies, and souls at its Inaria Spa. Combining the outstanding expertise of the spa with Juara’s treatments and herbal products, the new treatment hub is a harmonious combination of ancient beauty rituals and herbal medicinal practices. Using the best of modern science, Juara Spa has also created a luxurious and indulgent range of skincare and body care products.
Fresh at Fairmont
The Fairmont Jakarta hotel has recently appointed a new executive chef to bring fresh ideas and inspiration to the kitchen and banquet operations—Chef Hamish from New Zealand. He cut his teeth working with the Aman Group in Bali and the Lifestyles Retreats, both as executive chef, and with a short stint with Ismaya Group. Along with its new executive chef, Fairmont has also hired a new executive assistant manager of food and beverages, Paul Parayre.