Little Tokyo (updated)

Little Tokyo (updated)

For your information, Little Tokyo just moved a few months ago from its previous location on the Ground Floor at the same Mall. So this review is actually just an update to the previous one. This restaurant has been operational for a number of years at Paris Van Java mall. When it comes to shabu-shabu, [...]

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Cottonwood Cafe

Cottonwood Cafe

As a follow through review from Cottonwood Bed & Breakfast, I am writing a short review on just the cafe itself. Located just below the lobby and rooms area of the b&b, the cafe was a cure for an eyesore. With exterior adorned with white door and windows on the front side of the cafe, [...]

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Cottonwood Bed & Breakfast

Cottonwood Bed & Breakfast

I’ve seen pictures of this place several times on social media and got quite intrigued by it, so I decided to check it out. Turns out the place was indeed cute and homey. We also found out that they’ve just recently opened up a cafe (Cottonwood Cafe) downstairs to facilitate breakfast area for guests and [...]

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Caprese Restaurant

Caprese Restaurant

I went for a retail therapy in Kota Kasablanka mall and came across Caprese. The restaurant is quite easy to find because it’s on the lobby right across where Starbucks is. The eatery is quite spacious with long bar, cozy booth seats with adorned chandeliers, some more dining tables and an outdoor patio with comfy [...]

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Coco Ichibanya Curry House

Coco Ichibanya Curry House

Coco Ichibanya, created by the original founder in outskirts of Nagoya, Japan on 1978, entered Indonesian market by opening its first outlet in Grand Indonesia on December 2013. For Japanese curry lover, it is a real treat since Coco Ichibanya has been known to deliver one of the best curry dish in Japan. Truthfully I [...]

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Breeze Art & Boutique Hotel

Breeze Art & Boutique Hotel

Was checking out a residential area, Permata Hijau, and went by this hotel the other day just across the street from a gallery called The House of Poetry Without Words. I was quickly drawn by the hotel exterior that’s a bit different from the others. Turns out it’s designed by a local renown architect Tan [...]

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Jim Nasi Padang

Jim Nasi Padang

It seems like I never ran out of restaurants to try in Grand Indonesia mall. Jim Padang is seated on the 5th floor,side by side with Jill In Marketbar.The place was quite empty when I was there. The concept of regular Padang food in a homey restaurant could be intimidating to some people, especially with [...]

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Kei Sushi & Yakitori

Kei Sushi & Yakitori

Located strategicaly at SCBD area, Kei is easy to spot. Actually there are 3 restaurants in one building. Kei on the right hand of the eatery, Chopstick on the left side and Blue Monkey restaurant on the second floor. The simplicity of this eatery is very well suitable for Jakarta’s young and busy day life. [...]

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Bear & Co. Coffee

Bear & Co. Coffee

I was led to this new indie spot of Pasar Santa by a friend I unexpectedly met during my coffee time at Trafique Coffee. He was going for another round of coffee there so he asked me to come and check it out. Pasar Santa, with building not far fetched from Pasar Baru or Pasar [...]

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Monster Curry-Singapore

Monster Curry-Singapore

As a Japanese Curry lover myself I just can’t resist an eatery with a fascinating display of Curry meals like Monster Curry’s. The scrumptious, fragrant, rich – with an extra sweetness of their special curry, made from 14 different spices and vegetables, plus the humongous portion of their dishes is what separated Monster Curry from [...]

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Tokyo Connection

Tokyo Connection

You know what, this post has been sitting in my draft since 2012! Can you imagine that?!? And the worse thing is, it’s one of many. I really need to get my act together and post the reviews. Tokyo Connection was first opened more than two years ago at jalan Progo, right across the street [...]

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Marco Padang Grill

Marco Padang Grill

My short trip to Jakarta brought me to Lotte Shopping Avenue at Ciputra World searching for a dining place. After walking through the available cafe and restaurants, the choice fell on Marco Padang Grill. The fact that it offers padang cuisine in a classy restaurant setting drew my curiosity hence the decision, since I am [...]

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Immigrant Dining Room

Immigrant Dining Room

The new Immigrant Dining Room is so enticing and looking like a million bucks. The gorgeous lighting, black and white pictures on the wall and the fancy booths – mirroring the golden Hollywood era, gave me the feeling of Avant-garde. The menu still as variant as I remember although more sophiscicated ones are added. FYI, [...]

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MonViet

MonViet

Monviet’s family recipe started from the 1970s when a woman opened her noodle stall in Saigon. The eatery had so many loyal customers that it continue to grew bigger and bigger , from generation to generation, through out the years. Specialized in Vietnamese food,especially Pho noodles,you can expect authentic Vietnamese cuisine in Monviet. The restaurant, [...]

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Spanky’s Ribs

Spanky’s Ribs

I’ve passed by this ribs place so many times before,but haven’t had the chance to try it until now. Spanky’s ribs is managed and owned by the same people behind Amigos restaurant so they have a somewhat convincing credential. Aside from their signature BBQ ribs, the other dishes on the menu are mostly Western mixed [...]

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