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Reminiscing the flavorsome delights from the magnificent land of Peru, JW Marriott Hotel Jakarta has collaborated with The Commercial Office of Peru and The Embassy of Peru to bring back the authenticity of Peruvian cuisine at Sailendra Restaurant.

This brilliant concur features an innovative special guest chef from Peru, Chef Natalia Sophia González Echeverría, widely known as Chef Natty. Having been graduated from International Cusine Academy in Germany and with more than 14 years of experience in Peruvian culinary, the accomplished Chef has worked at The Residence of The Government Palace and served the Peruvian President, ministries and government. Chef Natty has also shared her innovations during culinary courses and workshops to several gastronomy institutions.

Chef Natty, as a great admirer of Peruvian history and culture, is presently undertaking a research for her first book; a compendium of traditional Peruvian gastronomy.

During the delightful festival of ‘The Return of Peruvian Palate’, Chef Natty freshly prepares the highlighted exquisite tastes of Peru right from appetizers to desserts at Sailendra Restaurant. Ceviche and Camarones Fritos en Salsa de Maracuyá are the must-try appetizer amongst many other delish choices.

From the varieties of main course options, the noted ones are Aji de Gallina – chicken served in yellow chili sauce, Lomo Saltado – a palatable plate of stir-fried beef loin in Lima-style served with Peruvian rice, Arroz Tapado – a flavorful serving of stuffed Peruvian rice with picadillo and coriander and Chupe de Camarones – fresh Peruvian-style prawn chowder soup.

Ceviche – a freshly served Peruvian-style marinated fish with lime, onion and chili
Camarones Fritos en Salsa de Maracuyá – an appetizing plate of fried prawns in panko with passion fruit and chili sauce

For those who have sweet-tooth cravings, Peruvian desserts are definitely a satieting sweet course that should be tasted. Some of the highlighted choices are Arron con Leche – a tempting Peruvian rice pudding and Encanelado – a devilishly tasteful Peruvian cinnamon cake.

The Cluster Director of Marketing Communication of JW Marriott Hotel Jakarta & Ritz- Carlton Jakarta, Mega Kuningan, Mr. Adeza Hamzah, stated that “Most of the Peruvian dishes are easy to prepare in our country. This is the very reason why we had decided to bring back this simple yet so refreshing cuisine that was a big hit last year.”

“The dishes that I will serve at Sailendra Restaurant during my three-week visit will mostly use local Indonesian ingredients that are the perfect fusion to Peruvian ingredients.” uttered Chef Natty, adding up to our amazement.

Guests are welcomed to experience the Peruvian delicacies which are fresh and herbs-rich at Sailendra Restaurant from 13 July until 29 July 2018, and all the delicacies are priced at a flat rate of IDR 475,000 nett/person.

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