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5 Luxury Hotels in Jakarta Offer Iftar Packages

By Isny Dewi R

17 May 2019

Enjoy iftar packages at these 5 luxury hotels in Jakarta.

Spending quality time with close friends in a restaurant or café is something people look forward to during the month of Ramadan. While there are many restaurant options in Jakarta, breaking the fast at a fancy restaurant in an upscale hotel has its own charm, especially when it is done with a big group. Check In Jakarta has listed five hotels in Jakarta offering iftar package below.

1. JW Marriott Hotel Jakarta
Through its newly revamped Sailendra restaurant, JW Marriott Jakarta is spoiling you by partnering with Pagi Sore, a renowned Padang restaurant in Jakarta. Having learned that Padang food is by far one of the most sought-after cuisines for breaking the fast, Sailendra with Pagi Sore highlight rendang daging (dry beef stew), gulai ayam (chicken curry), ayam pop (chicken dish), and dendeng batokok (spicy beef jerky).

Photo Source: @sailendrarestaurant 

JW Marriott Hotel Jakarta
Instagram: @sailendrarestaurant
Address: Jl. DR Ide Anak Agung Gde Agung Kav E.1.2, Mega Kuningan, South Jakarta
Phone Number: 021 5798 8888

2. Alila SCBD Jakarta
Diners looking to have iftar dinner at Alila SCBD can opt for one of its three restaurants, namely Hakkasan, Vong Kitchen and Le Burger. Hakkasan offers a three-course Cantonese meal for iftar, Vong Kitchen stays true to its daring combination of flavours through such fare as grilled mushroom soup with tofu and ayam pepes (chicken wrapped in banana leaves) with mixed green salad and rujak (fruits with spicy palm sugar sauce) on the side. Meanwhile, one of the highlights at Le Burger is lemongrass chicken burger that is inspired by sate lilit (Balinese satay).

Photo Source: @hakkasanjakarta

Alila SCBD Jakarta
Instagram: @hakkasanjakarta@leburger_jkt@vongkitchen
Address: SCBD Lot 11, Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav 52-53, South Jakarta
Phone Number: 021 5080 8766 (Hakkasan), 0877-8834-5767 (Le Burger – WA Only), 021 5080 8787 (Vong Kitchen)

3. Grand Hyatt
Guest chefs from Hyatt Regency Sharm El Sheikh in Egypt have returned to C’s Steak and Seafood Restaurant to present traditional Egyptian dishes such as shish tawook (chicken kebab), shawarma and ouzi bil khalta (roasted whole baby lamb). Meanwhile, those who crave local flavours can opt for Grand Café, where the iftar buffet includes five live-cooking stations to serve made-to-order dishes.

Photo Source: @grandhyattjakarta 

Grand Hyatt
Instagram: @grandhyattjakarta
Address: Jl. DR Ide Anak Agung Gde Agung Kav E.1.2, Mega Kuningan, South Jakarta
Phone Number: 0815 913 1234 (WA Only)

4. Mandarin Oriental Jakarta
Inspired by trending Indonesian food for iftar, all-day-dining restaurant Cinnamon presents a daily iftar buffet offering an array of Indonesian specialties from East to West. Dishes to look out for include rujak juhi (traditional Betawi vegetable salad with dry squid), bakso Malang (meatball soup with rice noodles, chili and pak choy from East Java) and konro (grilled ribs from Makassar, South Sulawesi).

Mandarin Oriental Jakarta
Instagram: @mo_jakarta
Address: Jl. MH. Thamrin, Central Jakarta
Phone Number: (021) 2993 8975

5. The Dharmawangsa Jakarta

Photo Source: @thedharmawangsa

Jakarta Restaurant & The Courtyard at Dharmawangsa Hotel embraces the Ramadan spirit with a spread of Indonesian and international cuisines presented in the buffet and at food stations. However, the spotlight is on a culinary journey across the archipelago, through an array of dishes from West Sumatra’s ikan asam padeh (sour and spicy fish), South Sulawesi’s udang bakar saus dabu-dabu (grilled prawn with dabu-dabu sauce) to Cirebon’s empal gentong (aromatic beef soup).

The Dharmawangsa Jakarta
Address: Jl. Brawijaya Raya No. 26, Kebayoran Baru, South Jakarta
Phone Number: (021) 7258181 ext. 8202

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