According to NOW! Jakarta contributor Michelle Somerville, AMUZ is the distillation of over three decades of gastronomic passion of its Chef and Founder Gilles Marx.
The aptly named Papilion Building is a visual masterpiece of light filled translucence, and through its grand entrance awaits a dining and lifestyle hub unmatched in Jakarta.
The name Giói, pronounced “joy”, is Vietnamese for “well done”. Promoted as Vietnamese Indonesian Fusion cuisine, Giói has a growing reputation for serving great food at reasonable prices.
Previously overlooked by the big players of the culinary world Jakarta is now the new frontier for internationally acclaimed restaurants to plant their breadstick, or in Hakkasan’s case, chopstick!