June is always a festive moment filled with a holiday spirit, especially this year when the Eid holiday happens. So, it is the right time to explore the city and try new places. We list down some for you to visit, from artsy to the eclectic one.
1. MotoMoto Resto & Museum
Owned by Indonesia famous celebrity, Boy William, MotoMoto successfully creates a buzz since its opening. This 3000 square meter building consists of indoor and outdoor restaurants, as well as a large museum area. Motomoto invites us to enjoy exquisite food in an artistic restaurant, then assisted with artwork in the museum with unique and creative decorations.
QBig, Jl. BSD Raya Utama No.50-51, Lengkong Kulon, Kec. Pagedangan, Tangerang, Banten
10 am – 10 pm
P: (021) 80826778
2. Hao Bao Dimsum & Co.
People of North Jakarta welcome this new dim sum place with pleasure. Hao Bao attracts with its eclectic interior design which also comes with vintage Shanghai vibe. For the food, Hao Bao wins with its value for money selections and taste on par with other famous dim sum places in Jakarta. Try the flavorful spring rolls and Cheong Fen, as well as other wide range of dim sum and Chinese foods selection.
Jl. Pluit Karang Utara No.153, Pluit, Penjaringan, Jakarta Utara
9 am – 2 am (Mon-Fri) | 7.30 am – 2 am (Sat-Sun)
3. Albatross Sports Bar
The newest cozy sports bar in town has finally arrived. Albatross offers a good selection of its highlighted cocktails. As well as scrumptious sides, ranging from Bitterballen, sandwiches, mac & cheese, and more.
The MAJ Senayan, Senayan National Golf Club, Jl. Asia Afrika, Senayan, Jakarta
10 am – 2 am
Altitude Group is honored to title their latest project with this renown noble family name and to be able to use the family’s insignia as its logo. The MASANOBU family originated from Ishikawa Prefecture, located in the west of Japan, on the Japan Sea coast. Unsurprisingly, a key part of the Ishikawa menu comes from the sea. Fresh fish and seafood are vital here. The best known local food from this prefecture is Kaga Kaiseki (加賀料理) which has been considered as a strong rival to Kyoto Kaiseki cooking. It is a delicate cuisine, beautifully presented and based on the finest seasonal ingredients from sea and mountains.
Menara ASTRA, 1st Floor Unit 002 – Jl. Jendral Sudirman Kav.5-6 Karet Tengsin, Tanah Abang
11 am – 11 pm
P: (+6221) 80600948
5. The Backyard
Enjoy the most prominent pop-up resto in South Jakarta with the most affordable price and the best quality of food beverages. Enjoy its highlighted menu Arah Kopi and Meat Republiken.
Kuningan City, Jl. Prof. Dr. Satrio Kav. 18 – Setiabudi, Jakarta Selatan
7 am – 10 pm
6. Sudoet Tjerita
Another hyped coffee shop in North Jakarta area. Sudoet Tjerita attracts coffee enthusiast with its Greek-inspired interior style. The cafe offers a good selection of coffee, as well as side dishes with a comfortable atmosphere. As this place appears stylish, you will find lots of Instagrammable spots around the place.
Ruko, Crown Golf Boulevard Pantai Indah Kapuk Street No.12, Kamal Muara, Penjaringan, Jakarta Utara
1 pm – 12 am
7. Yakiniku Like
“Solo” Yakiniku restaurant everyone wanted is now open! There is a dedicated roaster for you to enjoy your own pace and your favorite way to cook. Its smokeless roaster is perfect for the people who care about smell and smoke, such as office workers and women. All menus we serve are only Yakiniku, rice, seaweed soup, and Kimchi. You can get those simple dishes within 3 minutes after your order. The place offers the highest value and quality Yakiniku with the most reasonable price.
Jl. M.H. Thamrin No.1, Kebon Melati, Menteng, Jakarta Pusat
10 am – 10 pm
P: (+6221) 3108388