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9 Best Fine Dining Restaurants in Jakarta – Experience the flavour palette that Jakarta has to offer

Indonesia's capital Jakarta is a haven for foodies that offers a wide selection of restaurants and bars. Here 9 of the best fine dining restaurants that you should check out.

1

OKU Jakarta

Run by Chef Kazumasa Yazawa, this is a Japanese restaurant that offers contemporary Japanese food with a traditional flair. The techniques used to prepare the food have been perfected over time and only the best ingredients are used to cook the meals.

2

Bistecca

The theme of this restaurant was inspired by classic restaurants in Florence and popular steakhouses in New York. The restaurant offers a mix of Italian-American food and also houses a fancy martini bar.

3

Sriwijaya

The French techniques of preparing Indonesian cuisine at this restaurant were inspired by the Sriwijaya Kingdom of Indonesia that dates back to the 8th century. The food served here is very progressive and the ambience has a majestic touch to it. The service provided by the staff is first class as well, making this one of the best fine dining restaurants that the city has to offer.

4

Amuz

Located in the Sudirman Central Business District, Amuz is one of the top restaurants in Jakarta that you should visit if you're staying at one of the luxury hotels in the city similar to Alila Jakarta. The interior of the restaurant is decorated with ironwork that is reminiscent of the Eiffel tower and has a Parisian feel. The restaurant is lined with paintings from some of Indonesia's renown contemporary artists, making this a great place to visit if you want to have a romantic dinner.

5

VIEW

The VIEW offers European food infused with an Asian influence cooked using some of the latest cooking techniques. The presentation of the food is beautiful and all the ingredients used to cook the food are all locally sourced. The main chef at this restaurant, Chef Andrew Zarzosa not only stimulates your taste buds but all your other senses too!

6

Altitude at The Plaza

Located on the 46th floor of one of Jakarta's high-end shopping malls, The Plaza, this restaurant has their own unique way of fine dining that is divided in to 3 areas - Enmaru, Salt Grill and Gaia. While Enmaru is the section that offers Japanese cuisine, the food at the Salt Grill is prepared by Luke Mangan; a celebrity chef who specializes in seafood, fine meat and Australian wines. The Gaia section of the restaurant offers a wide variety of Italian food.

7

Henshin

The food served at this restaurant is a mix of Peruvian, Japanese and Nikkei cuisine. Located high above the bustling streets of the city, it offers one of the best views of the city. While it is a fine dining restaurant it also features an open kitchen that lets you see your food being prepared and talk to the chefs if you want to learn about what ingredients and techniques are used to prepare the food.

8

Namaaz Dining

Namaaz dining is a molecular gastronomy restaurant that you should visit if you're feeling adventurous. Being the first of its kind in Indonesia, the menu at this restaurant changes every 6-8 months and only serves 8 guests spread across 4 tables each night so its best you book in advance to avoid disappointment.

9

Turkuaz

This restaurant is helmed by Chef Sezai Zorlu, a Turkish food ambassador that has been serving the people of Indonesia for the last 10 years. The Turkish food served here is cooked using the freshest ingredients and an intriguing mix of spices and herbs.

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