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Experience unique Batavian cuisine specially prepared by Chef De Cuisine Himawan Kristianto and Chef William Wongso  from March 18 to 21, 2019 at Shangri-La Hotel, Jakarta.

Indonesia has an exceptionally rich history, but there is so much to trace already just from the mere mention of Batavia. This March, Shangri-La Hotel, Jakarta has prepared an exceptional culinary journey down the historical route of Batavia, by bringing the diverse and rich flavours from the cuisines that traveled across the globe to Indonesia during the colonial era of the Dutch East Indies.

The Hotel’s Chef De Cuisine Himawan Kristianto is collaborating with renowned Indonesian culinary expert Chef William Wongso, to bring some exquisite dishes through the “Historical Batavian Delicacies” program, from March 18 to 21, 2019. Guests can expect an exploration of a time when waves of newcomers and spice traders brought their respective cuisines from all over the world to Batavia, which significantly influenced the city’s culinary culture.

The exciting culinary event is set to present a number of unique dishes that will pique the food lovers’ curiosity. A set menu dinner will be unleashed at SATOO Garden on March 18, though guests will be limited to 80 customers on this day, and available at IDR 450,000++ per person. The set menu will include Sop Telor Boeroeng, sweet-tasting Sambal Baboe, chicken dish of Khee Tjoe a Laen Matjem, and dessert of Jamoe Kentjur Kunjit Asem, among other scrumptious and unique dishes.

Chef de Cuisine Himawan Kristianto and Chef William Wongso is collaborating for this special culinary event, “Historical Batavian Delicacies,” to present some unique flavours and dishes from the Dutch East Indies colonial era.

Between March 19 and 21, guests are invited to awaken their taste buds with a variety of classic buffet menu selections at SATOO restaurant, including Roedjak Salam, Ikan Tjeng Tjoan, Ferkenelot Saus, Lapis Pepe and Kue Ku Ketan.

These classic delicacies are based on Boekoe Masakan Betawi from 1915, and Ilmoe Masakan Tionghoa from 1912, which has been borrowed from the Peranakan Museum in Tangerang, Banten. The original recipes have undergone minor alterations for “Historical Batavian Delicacies,” in order to meet the tastes and palate of the local community. During the dining event, guests can also check out for themselves the colonial-era recipe books, which will be on display at the entrance of SATOO.

Discover for yourself delectable and authentic Batavian tastes at the “Historical Batavian Delicacies” event with Shangri-La Hotel, Jakarta from March 18 to 21, 2019. For more information or to make your reservations, email fbreservation.slj@shangri-la.com, call +622129229999, or visit http://www.shangri-la.com/jakarta/.

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