CONTINUING spring season, JW Marriott Hotel Jakarta and its award-winning restaurants prepares loads of indulgences for every guest to try.
As spring approaches in the month of March & April, it is often considered the best time to visit Japan. The cherry blossoms are in full bloom in most parts of the country delivering the first signs of spring accompanied with a delightfully mild weather.
Asuka’s Spring Omakase Menu offers tasty seasonal specialties from an array of dishes which includes the liver of angler fish served with ponzu sauce; grilled US Wagyu beef with teriyaki or teppanyaki; cold Japanese noodles; shell in red bean paste miso soup and fresh Japanese fruits.
Book now and delight in this spring’s 11-course spectacle for Rp 1,500,000++ per person.
Hop your way to Sailendra on 8th of April to enjoy the restaurant’s sumptuous Easter Buffet. The celebration of Easter is very much a festivity on its own, as it marks the end of Lent, a 40-day period of prayer and penance.
Indulge in a family day with a collection of Easter activities and savor Sailendra’s signature dishes for the ultimate Easter celebration.
• Smoked salmon, asparagus and sea scallops
• Deviled eggs and octopus salad
• Asian cured salmon and gravlax
• Whole roasted lamb leg with Provencal herbs
• Oriental-style baby goat
• Lamb chops
• Gammon ham
China’s first great herbalist was known as Shennong. According to legend, he tasted the entire range of Chinese herbs and enlightened the masses with their health benefits. Later, a manual known as the “Shennong Bencaojing” was created consisting of 252 herbal medicines. Herbs have been an essential element in traditional Chinese cooking for thousands of years. It is known to be the source of good health and one of the secret ingredients of long life. As Master Chef John Chu knows, they bring rich flavors to dishes. Uncover the traditional taste of herbal cooking with Pearl’s special eight-course menu this April including boiled chicken soup with abalone clam and fresh ginseng; braised whole fish with “tong sum” herb and preserved cabbage; fortune beggar chicken; fried rice with chestnuts and meats wrapped in lotus leaves; as well as Pearl’s chilled herbal jelly “gui lin gao” and more. Prices range from Rp 38,000 to Rp 328,000 for individual dishes. The set menu (eight dishes) is available at Rp 388,000++ per person.
JW Marriott Hotel Jakarta
Jl. Lingkar Mega Kuningan Kav E 1& 2
Mega Kuningan, Jakarta 12950
T: (62-21) 5798 8888
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