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Discover the Finest Local Delicacies at The Café at Hotel Mulia Senayan, Jakarta


Hotel Mulia Senayan, Jakarta offers a plenty of choice for its guests when it comes to wine and dine, especially at The Café

One of the finest hotels in Jakarta, Hotel Mulia Senayan, Jakarta takes a serious approach in the food and beverage department. Showcasing globally inspired cuisines and the very best of Indonesian dining, the hotel has some of the award-winning restaurants with elegant ambiance and enticing dishes, creating dining experience like no other. Whether you are looking for a business lunch or a weekend brunch with your family, Hotel Mulia Senayan, Jakarta offers delectable fine-dining options with restaurants such as il Mare, Table8, Orient8, and the signature all-day dining The Café. With a unique concept of 24-hour gastronomic dining displaying a wide array of international buffet dishes, The Café houses Indonesian, Japanese, Western, Indian, Korean and Chinese delicacies.

One local specialty at the The Café is Sop Buntut or Oxtail Soup. One of the national dishes of Indonesia, the oxtail soup is popular among local and international diners alike. The oxtail soup at The Café uses only the best and imported meat, and the kitchen team follows a strict step-by-step method where the meat is cooked for as long as 12 to 18 hours to render it juicy and tender, leaving the broth flavoured like a consommé. Diners can order the oxtail soup on the a la carte menu at The Café, or order via room service for in-house guests.

Hotel Mulia Senayan, Jakarta offers a plenty of choice for its guests when it comes to wine and dine, especially at The Café

For those who favoured something that leans toward vegetarian cuisine, try Gado-gado, a set of fresh vegetables topped with a peanut sauce, one of Indonesia’s top 5 national dishes. Here, at The Café, the gado-gado sauce is specially made by the talented chefs, using a secret recipe that adds the magic touch into the local dish. Seasoned diners can detect the creaminess, flavour, and texture of the sauce, which is still prepared on the stone mortar and pestle called ulekan. At Hotel Mulia Senayan, Jakarta, each individual gado-gado peanut sauce is carefully prepared by hand by experienced chefs, using only the freshest ingredients, precisely cut for each individual portion. The correct ripeness of each element is essential for the sauce to enhance its flavour. Trust us, this dish is truly worth a try.

The Cafe is open 24-hour daily. Breakfast is served from 6am to 10am on Monday to Saturday, and 6am to 10.30am on Sunday. Lunch is served from 12pm to 2.30pm on Monday to Saturday, and 12pm to 3pm on Sunday. Dinner is served from 6pm to 10.30pm on Sunday to Thursday, and 6pm to 11pm on Friday to Saturday. For reservations, please call +6221 574 7777 or visit http://bit.ly/HMS-OnlineDiningReservation.