With Ramadan fast approaching, many of us will participate in daily fasting and will be looking out for quality foods in a comfortable ambience to break our fasts. With this in mind, Indonesia Tatler has handpicked and rounded up some of the best fast-breaking offerings from top-notch hotels and restaurants for you and your loved ones to savour during the Holy Month. And we wish you a blessed and prosperous Ramadan!

Raffles Jakarta

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Raffles Jakarta is celebrating Ramadan with a Turkish Festival available at its Arts Café by Raffles. The Ramadan promotion will see two guest chefs from the Swissôtel Bosphorus—Chef Ismail and Chef Bayram—and will feature a new menu called The Bridge over The Bosphorus. Diners can enjoy authentic Turkish dishes like various spiced Lamb Kebabs, a live Shawarma station, thin-crust Turkish pizzas, Turkish salads, and the chefs’ famous Baklava. The Turkish Festival at Arts Café by Raffles is priced at Rp458,000++ per person. For more information, click here.

Shangri-La Hotel, Jakarta

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Shangri-La Hotel, Jakarta’s SATOO is offering delicious Indonesian culinary creations this Ramadan. From Kambing Guling (Spiced Roast lamb), Nasi Kebuli Rempah (Rice Kebuli), Oxtail Soup with assorted Sambal to Martabak Telur (Pan-fried Egg Pancake)... The fast-breaking menus are endless and oh-so-scrumptious! Diners can enjoy the dinner feast at Rp428,000++ per person from Sundays to Thursdays, and Rp488,000++ per person on Fridays and Saturdays. For more information, click here.

Hotel Mulia Senayan, Jakarta

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Hotel Mulia Senayan Jakarta is celebrating Ramadan in its fabulous restaurants featuring a wide selection of buffet dishes, including Cantonese and Sichuan flavours at TABLE8, authentic French and Pan-Asian dishes at ORIENT8, tasteful Japanese cuisine at EDOGIN, and international cuisine at THE CAFÉ. The hotel is also offering exclusive Ramadan hampers at its The Chocolate Boutique, suitable for any sweet tooths out there.

Fairmont Jakarta

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Fairmont Jakarta’s 1945 restaurant is offering something different this Ramadan: create your own liwet (rice dish with assorted toppings and side dishes) with signature dishes like Ayam Bakar Rujak, Cumi Woku, Sate Maranggi, and more. The nasi liwet offer is ideal for big groups and is priced at Rp8,888,000++  per person for a maximum of 20 people. For more of the hotel’s Ramadan other offers, click here.

Hotel Indonesia Kempinski

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Hotel Indonesia Kempinski’s culinary team is set to indulge diners in Ramadan favourites at its Signatures Restaurant. The Ramadan promo comes as an Iftar buffet and presents a wide range of Indonesian favourites from gulai ayam to es cendol. The Ramadan dining offers are priced at Rp388,000++ per person from Sundays to Thursdays, and Rp488,000++ per person on Fridays and Saturdays. For more information, click here.

Grand Hyatt Jakarta

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Grand Hyatt Jakarta is inviting Jakartans to break their fasts at its Grand Café, where a vast selection of traditional local delicacies and five live cooking stations await you. The Ramadan Iftar buffet is priced at Rp420,000++ per person and Rp210,000++ for children below 12 years of age. For more information, click here.

The Ritz-Carlton Jakarta, Mega Kuningan

The Ritz-Calrton Jakarta, Mega Kuningan is inviting patrons to savour its delicious Ramadan menus for the entire Holy Month. Starting from Rp428,000++ per person, the Ramadan Iftar offers also come with Marawis performance and fun prizes. For more information, click here.

The Dharmawangsa Jakarta

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Jakarta Restaurant & The Courtyard at The Dharmawangsa Jakarta will showcase an Around the World buffet for its Ramadan menu. The menu highlights include Singaporean peranakan food and a chili crab live station, an Indian station with assorted tandoori, Malaysian curry, Indonesian Padangnese, Manadonese and Sundanese food, as well as Thai pandan chicken and much more. The dinner buffet is priced at Rp595,000++ per person for adults and Rp395,000++ per person for children. For more information, click here.

Hotel Gran Mahakam

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Le Gran Café at Hotel Gran Mahakam is preparing to whet your appetites this Holy Month with some of its best dishes. Diners can opt for Sop Iga Asam and Kambing Bakar Saus Kurma to the popular Nasi Kecombrang for the main course, and choose Putu Mayang, Lapis Beras Pink, Bubur Biji Jali, or Tape Bakar for dessert. The fast-breaking buffet is priced at Rp430,000++ per person. For more information, click here.

Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta

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If you are looking for a stylish fast-breaking, then Palm Court restaurant at the Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta should be an ideal choice. The restaurant’s culinary team has carefully prepared a selection of home-cooked Indonesian Tajil, such as Kolak Pisang, Tempe Mendoan, Arem-Arem, and many more. Also, don’t forget to send your loved ones Ramadan hampers, which include Eid homemade festives, such as Kastangel, Nastar, Chocolate Cookies, and Putri Salju, which will surely bring back memories of past family Ramadan traditions. For more information, click here.

Le Méridien Jakarta

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Le Méridien Jakarta presents Click Clock Ramadhan: an Iftar destination with three different options. Offering captivating tastes of local, international, and Middle Eastern cuisines in its three dining venues, guests are invited to experience freshly made local food, plenty of snacks, finger foods, and an astonishing array of food stalls in a unique traditional market atmosphere at Batavia Night Market in Puri Asri Function Room for Rp299,000 net per person. For more information, click here.

Keraton at The Plaza

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Welcoming back the holy month of Ramadan, Keraton at The Plaza is cooking up something delicious for dinners at its Bengawan Restaurant in collaboration with Chef Gökhan Mert – guest chef from St. Regis Istanbul and its own Chef Rafael Fernandes Gil. This year, Bengawan restaurant is serving exotic Turkish culinary meets Indonesian favourite foods, such as Mantı (traditional Turkish ravioli stuffed with minced meat), Terkibi çeşiddiye (Ottoman lamb stew with nuts and dry fruits) and Fıstıklı baklava (pistachio baklava), among others. The buffet offer is priced at buffet at Bengawan Restaurant at Rp 418,000 ++ (first seating from 6.00 PM to 8.00 PM) and Rp 348,000 ++ (second seating from 8.15 PM to 10.00 PM).

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Tags: Ramadan, 2018, Dining, Promotion