ANEKA 57 arrives with a fresh batch of treats to add to the distinctive charm of Pecenongan Street, an area that has long been recognised as one of the city's culinary destinations.
Since 1967, Rumah Makan Sepakat in Blok M has been serving Minangkabau quintessential and house specialties like gulai gajeboh to longtime customers across generations.
Across the city, brewers and their V60s are settling into small, intimate coffee bars that many call the ‘slow bar’, signalling a pivot back to the manual brew experience welcomed by increasingly conversant coffee drinkers.
From street vending with a carrying pole to overseeing today’s ever-busy eatery in Slipi, Pak Sukimin of Bakso Mas Kumis has been serving warming bowls of bakso with a recipe that has remained unchanged since 1972.
Centred on the idea of progressive dining, Ante at Menara Mandiri in Sudirman underlines their ability to surprise diners with fresh interpretations of familiar local flavours and ingredients.
The Holy Crab in Senopati reopened with a revamped look and an updated menu that boasts their premium selection of crabs, lobsters and other seafood specialties.