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Traditional Culture Meets Exotic Culinary at Hotel Borobudur Jakarta


Experience the wonder of the East with the exotic Papua delicacies at Hotel Borobudur Jakarta

Located at the most eastern part of Indonesia, Papua is extremely rich in culture and natural resources. Most of their nature still lies untouched and play a huge part in their lifestyle. Renowned as “Pearl from the East”, Papua is also known for its distinctive traditions, arts, culture and unique handicrafts. Besides its magnificent natural wonders and interesting culture, Papua also has exotic range of dishes. You can see their culture through their food—their cuisines are tightly woven with their surrounding nature.

During the month of September, Hotel Borobudur Jakarta presents a wide array of Papua dishes at Bogor Café

During the month of September, Hotel Borobudur Jakarta presents a wide array of Papua dishes at Bogor Café. Diners can expect the signature Papua dish called Papeda, which uses sago as its main ingredient, made into a porridge-like consistency, with transparent colour and a sticky nature like glue, which is normally eaten with other kinds of dishes such as fish soup. Other authentic Papua dishes also made their appearance, namely Kua Asam Fish, Bototo Chicken, Papua Rica Chicken, Papaya Flower Genemo, Sagu Sinole, Mashed Sweet Potatoes, and many more.

This special culinary promotion is supported by Yougwa Danau Sentani, a restaurant in Jakarta which serves authentic Papua cuisine

Not only serving appetising food, Bogor Café will also welcome its patrons with many iconic Papua ornaments and decorations around the dining area, to create a real traditional atmosphere and to preserve the rich Indonesian culture. This special culinary promotion is supported by Yougwa Danau Sentani, a restaurant in Jakarta which serves authentic Papua cuisine. Discover the range of exotic Papua buffet at Bogor Café, starting from IDR 398,000++ per person. For reservations and further information, please contact +62 21 380 5555 ext. 73400/73441.