As restaurants reopen, albeit, with social distancing and protocols, publisher Alistair Speirs takes us to a new arrival on the Jakarta dining scene - KO-KUU - a Japanese restaurant he describes as a 'hidden gem’.
Led by Japanese Chef Hideyoshi Imai, Shio is a teppan style restaurant promising an authentic Japanese dining experience at InterContinental Jakarta Pondok Indah.
Nishimura at Shangri-La Jakarta offers an authentic Japanese kaiseki experience that stands apart from the common Western culinary culture, where a complete meal is made up of appetiser, main course and dessert.
Opened in August, Nara provides a breath of fresh air to the trendy neighbourhood of Senopati, serving ambitious hit-making fusion Japanese dishes to its patrons at its glitzy two-floor dining room.
Sake no Hana Bali opened in early 2018, poised above the renowned OMNIA Dayclub Bali, Uluwatu, endowed with uninterrupted views of the Indian Ocean.
On 24 July, Genki Sushi Indonesia reached a significant growth milestone. The restaurant now has 20 outlets in Indonesia thanks to the recent opening at Trans Studio Mall Cibubur.
The Japanese fast-serving food outlet offers personalized Japanese BBQ style dining at approachable prices.
Sushi Tei, one of Indonesia’s most popular Japanese eateries, opened its newest outlet at Central Jakarta’s Citywalk Sudirman in June, ready to serve Japanese treats to the capital’s foodies.
Sushi Tei’s executive chef created ten new dishes for the Shoka menu selection, all of which use chicken as main ingredient.
To welcome Sakura season, Gran Melia Jakarta has something special in store this year at its Japanese restaurant Yoshi Izakaya.
Established for almost twenty years, Sushi Kawana has always stayed true to its commitment to serving only fresh and authentic Japanese dishes, from the day it first opened its doors until today.
We know that you will never have enough of Hotel Borobudur's Oxtail Soup from Bogor Cafe but Miyama Japanese Restaurant also offer great foods.