Caspar delivers quintessential Spanish cuisine, such as tapas and paella, that sits comfortably amongst offerings in modern interpretations. Come evening, the restaurant also transforms into a popular venue in the city to see and be seen.
Settling its second home at SMT Food Plaza in Gading Serpong, Sushi Masa applies the same formula that has kept regulars returning to their first branch, where diners can count on an expansive menu of fresh seafood and Japanese delicacies.
Oma Elly captures the essence of an Italian steakhouse with Nonna Bona at Ashta District 8, charming diners with a refined selection of dry-aged steaks and handmade pasta dishes.
A century-old afternoon tea custom at The Langham is brought to their Jakarta chain through ALICE, an elegant grand café that pampers with its tiered confectionery, savoury treats and range of tea in celebration of the British tradition.
Titik Temu’s sixth and newest establishment in Sarinah is a celebration of the old and new, combining the brand’s community-forward designs with an expanding menu lineup that set the outlet apart from its siblings.
Guided by the meaning of its name, which translates to ‘home’ and ‘native place’, Furusato Izakaya brings a level of comfort by nailing familiar Japanese dishes along with a relaxed ambience and crafted cocktails that warrant multiple visits.