Park Hyatt Jakarta offers exclusive yet unique culinary experiences at both its dining venues and event spaces during Ramadan, from 22 March to 21 April 2023.

Celebrate the blessed month of Ramadan with a delightful iftar buffet at one of Park Hyatt Jakarta’s signature restaurants, the Dining Room which is globally bold with its Indonesian, Italian, and Japanese cuisine concepts. Helmed by Chef de Cuisine, Indrawan Andy, this Ramadan, the hotel’s culinary team presents the East-meets-West flavours that await guests’ discovery.

For this Ramadan, it’s quite special, we are changing our culinary concept, which is more Nusantara, so it covers larger Indonesian areas, such as those from Kalimantan, Sumatra, Sulawesi, and we also bring together Italian and Middle Eastern flavours,” Chef Andy explained.

For appetisers, guests can indulge themselves with a Maluku specialty cuisine, Tuna Gahu (raw-fresh tuna made with lime juice and Indonesian herb leaves), Pecel Surabaya (mixed steamed vegetables, bean cake, papaya blossom served with peanut sauce), and Tahu Telur (boiled egg, tofu, and peanut petis/fermented fish or shrimp sauce).

For indulgences with a more international twist, Chef Andy has created exceptional main courses, such as Lamb Shank Kebuli (braised lamb shank served with Jakarta-style kebuli rice, onion slaw, and sambal matah), Beef Kalio (braised beef in heavy coconut curry), Sate Ayam (chicken skewer with peanut sauce), Mushroom Ravioli (homemade ravioli filled with morel mushroom and anchovy with butter cream sauce), and Rigatoni Pasta (homemade rigatoni with tomato sauce, basil, and Kalamata olives). Iftar at the Dining Room is priced at IDR 688,000++ per person.

Inspired by its afternoon tea concept at the tranquil and elegant setting of Conservatory, guests can embrace the spirit of Ramadan with an exquisite afternoon tea set, featuring an array of sweets and savouries including Pistachio Baklava, Date Scone, Maamoul Tart, Halawat Aljubn, and Qamar al-Din. Priced at IDR 325,000++ per person or IDR 640,000++ for two persons.

For unforgettable moments during Ramadan, Park Hyatt Jakarta also offers a delectable Ramadan cake collection. Priced at IDR 525,000++, guests can enjoy various sweet delights crafted by the hotel’s talented Pastry Chef, Ali Saleh, who is ready to satisfy guests’ tastebuds with his Kolak (banana cake with crème and kolak mouse), Bandung (rose crème with kenari sponge, and milk mouse), and Es Teler (coconut sponge, jack fruit filling, and pandan crème).

To gather with loved ones and experience the ultimate Ramadan feast, guests can head to Park Hyatt’s event spaces, featuring an array of delightful Indonesian dishes infused with flavours of the Middle East and the Mediterranean. Prices start from IDR 800,000++ per person.

Park Hyatt Jakarta
Jalan Kebon Sirih No. 17-19, Jakarta, 10340
+62 21 3111 1234 

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