From Asia to America and beyond, Australian brunch has become the booming food trend, and Indonesia is no exception. Newly-opened restaurant Seed has introduced the art of cultivating foods in its  Australian-inspired brunch.

Delicious, filling and very healthy, brunch never tasted so good at SEED. Photo by Raditya Fadilla/NOW!JAKARTA

Located on Jl. Kemang Raya No.88, Seed aims to prepare the tastiest, healthiest and most environmentally friendly diet possible. Jakarta has already had dozens of Australian-style restaurants but nothing quite like Seed that offers their simple and sophisticated version of brunch all day long.

Green Hummus reveals a unique taste and flavour. Green hummus salad is served alongside chickpea fritters, pickled beetroot, halloumi cheese and seed dukah crisps in French dressing.

Green Hummus.
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Diners are encouraged to try Kale on Eggs, which is a dish with sunflower seed puree, poached eggs, multi-seed bread made of flax, pumpkin, sunflower seeds and oats. Be sure to also try the Mexican Chicken & Waffle; a crispy fried chicken featured with peri peri hollandaise sauce topped with poached eggs may not be able to resist.


SEED Jakarta

Jl. Kemang Raya No.88, South Jakarta
8 am – 9pm
+62 21 7191707
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Asyariefah R.A.

Asyariefah R.A.

Born into a nature-loving family, Asyariefah enjoys the outdoors. Now! Jakarta provides her favourite collection of narratives with a sense of helping establish her identity. Some of her key areas of expertise include human interest, arts & culture, travel and features.