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Pantja Presenting Pleasure in Grand Central Terminal Style Building

Spectr News Theme Isny Dewi R.
19, February 2020
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After work, do you have plan to eat and hangout with friends? Looking for a place to hangout that is comfortable and not too crowded? If so, Pantja Bar and Restaurant should be your next destination. Pantja itself means five in Sanskrit, which translates into delicious food, flavored drink, charming layout, music generating atmosphere, and a friendly atmosphere.

Pantja is a cocktail bar and restaurant located in a strategic location, very close to SCBD area. Among similar places around him, its presence stood out. Not surprisingly, this bar and restaurant is designed in Grand Central Terminal style with art deco touch.


Photo credit: Instagram @pantja.id

Although it’s impressed as an ancient building, Pantja still presents today feel through modern style furnitures dressed with dark gray, and brass which emphasizes the wall lamps in a luxurious manner. The dim lighting in it creates cozy and intimate atmosphere that is ideal for casual meeting or simply chatting with your friends.

While relaxing, if you want to try an old, refreshing drink, then you have to order a cocktail from the Punch menu, such as Aperitivo that mixes Beefeater Gin, Luxardo Aperitivo Bitters, Cordial Grapefruit, Oleo Saccahrum, Orange Bitters, Soda Water, Chandon Brut, and Sparkling Water. Interestingly, this cocktail can also be used for sharing. Come with just a few friends? No problem! Gimlet Kafir Lime is ready to accompany.


Photo credit: Instagram @pantja.id

For the food, Pantja focuses on five components, snack, appetizer, grain (grain-made pasta), fire (grilled-dishes), as well as high-quality farm products. For a complete dining experience, try Tortelli (Rp. 155 thousand), butternut squash cooked with pork tesa, Swiss chard, and shiitake. Or no less appetizing, Picanha (Rp. 350 thousand). Grilled over Rambutan wood, this Wagyu menu comes with boiled shiitake, baby kailan, and sesame seeds. Yummy!

Top photo credit: Instagram @pantja.id

Isny Dewi R.
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