What’s better than having an abundant choice of Batavian-inspired dishes while appreciating the old Dutch colonial atmosphere? Mercure Jakarta Batavia has it all. Photo courtesy of Mercure Jakarta Batavia/NOW!JAKARTA 

Nestled in the home of historic colonial Dutch buildings in Jakarta Old Town, All-day dining restaurant, Malaka at Mercure Jakarta Batavia has prepared a wide variety of lunch and dinner menu featuring familiar rotating weekly menu to delight all tastebuds throughout this year. For tourist who looks for a gem of a fine quality Batavian culinary heritage, Malaka restaurant is the place that one may visit.

Currently, the restaurant offers “Batavia Lunch Rendezvous, Dine 4 Pay 3” as the extension of its culinary promotion in late 2019. Within easy access to the historic downtown area of Jakarta, Malaka Restaurant has gained its popularity among business and leisure travellers who seek for the flavors of local foods. Their signature buffet item includes Indonesian and  Dutch-influenced dishes such as Laksa, Bitterballen, Beef Hutspot Met Klapstuck, Soto Betawi, and Coto Makassar. Other options consist of international dishes are also available at buffet station including Suki, sushi, waffle, pancake, chicken cordon bleu, carving menu, and chocolate fountain.  

For coming with a group of four, the guests will be only paying for three. Priced at IDR 189,000++ person, get one extra dinner buffet free with a minimum 4 people dine-in. The price is inclusive of free-flow infused water and ice tea. 

Located at the lobby floor of Mercure Jakarta Batavia, the restaurant with a capacity of 2050, provides two private dining rooms and also accommodates a small gathering for different occasions while enjoying a warm old Batavian town and delicacies from around the world. 

Malaka Restaurant

Mercure Jakarta Batavia
Jalan Kali Besar Barat No. 44
Roa Malaka, West Jakarta
T: +62 21 508 30100
IG: @mercurejakartabatavia
FB: @mercurejakartabatavia

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