All In One, Jakarta

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    chinese food
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    Play with the chopsticks!!!!
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    my beloved daugther
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    Red Bean: Chinese Cuisene in MAngga dua Mall

    by kenari Updated Jun 10, 2008
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    since we don't know where to eat in mangga dua mall.we headed ro a fusion restaurant named red bean..well the food i can say so..so...since we were damn hungry .

    Favorite Dish: frog leg cuisene in halal restaurant????well we believe its halal as majority of the waiter is muslim ...

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    All In One: black noodle

    by aalayaa Written Jun 19, 2007

    this is unique, their main dish is black noodle which is made of the squid's ink. they also have pink noodle but i don't know what it's made of.
    the restaurant is using aluminum tables and chair, decorated with black and white pictures.
    the food is served using chinese take away boxes and i don't really like it. i love it better to have it on plate.

    Favorite Dish: aglio alio is better than other food in the menu

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    All In One: tamani express

    by aalayaa Updated Aug 15, 2006
    chicken hainan at tamani express

    this is the food court version of tamani cafe.
    instead of with waiter etc you take your dish with tray and the food is supposed to be cheaper than the real tamani cafe.
    the portion is big, so don't worry if you're starving.

    Favorite Dish: all of them :)
    try green tea latte, it's the one in my picture...

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    Ya Udah Bistro: Good food, Good Price!!

    by bloemdelekkerding Written Mar 22, 2006

    It's located on Jalan Jaksa (Jaksa Street), the famous area in Jakarta, Indonesia among the backpackers. The place isn't so luxurious but it cozy to have a chit chat and having meals.... The owner is a German guy, so most of the menu are european food. But they have alot of menus from Asia (local - indonesia, India), Italy and America. You'll be suprised by the price, well, to me it is CHEAP! You can have one bottle of beer for just 3 - 4 $.

    Favorite Dish: Mmm, my fav dish in Ya Udah Bistro.... Difficult question! All i can say is please try all the menus there!! I quarantee you'll be coming back again and again!!!

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    Pondok Laguna: Nice Food

    by Kay_Lina Written Jul 26, 2004

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    the most important - good food & delicious!! Very big restaurant and loads of people.. It's sign of a good food right?? Been told, it was always crowded even on the weekdays up to 9pm.

    Pondok Laguna specialized in Indonesian traditional cuisine esp, the “fried gurame”. It is outstanding. Every order usually followed by warm rice placed in a banana leaves covered basket and small pallets of sambal.

    Favorite Dish: Grilled prawn bean curd (Tauhu Udang) - prawn, some vege plus others?, they put inside the bean curd and grilled.. Its nice.. just nice. Maybe coz the prawn is fresh..

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    PesanDelivery.com: food delivery to your doorstep

    by latte18 Written Jun 16, 2004

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    PesanDelivery's billboard in Jakarta

    Okay, chances are you've become familiar with food delivery in this day and age. But, isn't it troublesome to remember different phone numbers for different restaurants? Well, worry not, now in Jakarta PesanDelivery.com is your one-stop solution for all your food delivery needs.

    Just call PesanDelivery's hotline number and order delivery from over 70 restaurants including some of the best ones in town. A list of restaurants and menus are available to download on their website and new restaurants are joining every day. What's more, there's no extra charge and PesanDelivery provides delivery service to hotels for all you tired tourists out there! Advanced orders can also be done for delivery at specific times. Otherwise your food will be there from 30 mins to 1 hour depending on your location and the restaurant.

    Favorite Dish: To order and for further info call PesanDelivery at +62 21 7278 7070. Menus and a list of restaurant can be downloaded from www.pesandelivery.com

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    Restaurant Marche Movenpick: Restaurant Marche Movenpick

    by Mangunsong Written Aug 26, 2002

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    Walking into Mövenpick Marché is like walking into a carnival ... bright colors, happy faces, and lots of fun! But what keeps bringing customers back again and again is the delicious food. Grab your Marché passport at the door, and walk around the restaurant to the various islands where the dishes are prepared before your eyes. You can tell the cook to go light on the meat, put in more noodles or hold the salt. Dishes change daily so there is always something new and different to try - Asian, European, Japanese, grill and international cuisine. Stop by soon and find out why this Swiss restaurant chain is a favorite for many!

    Favorite Dish: Most of the menu

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    Bale Air *See my travelogues...

    by ukirsari Written Aug 26, 2002

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    Bale Air *See my travelogues about Bale Air Saturday Night
    My favorite in Bale Air is ‘Dapur Sunda’ (Kitchen a la Sundanese). With main menus; nasi timbel (steamed rice wrapped in banana leaves), pepes teri dan jamur (steamed anchovy and steamed mushroom also in banana leaves), sambel trasi (chilli-belacan sauce), lalap (fresh vegetables salad, served with sambel trasi), sayur asem (sour soup) and ikan asin (salty fish).

    Favorite Dish: The most I like from this area is the main entrance design. The owner put a small rice terrace with a statue –-a man who using saroong and using banana leaf for umbrella. In many villages and traditional life in Indonesia (and I did too when I was a kid), people using it for walking in the rain. And this leaves always keep in my memory (and the other hand, it has a nice fragrance whenever hot steamed rice put onto it. Hmmmmm ….).
    Bale Air area has many kind of restaurants, all buildings made from woods with glass canopies. Plus cul-de-sac floors outside, water fountain and outdoor lounges. The guests can try many kind of foods from Asian (Japanese, Korean, Indonesian, Thailand), European and American.

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    All In One: Home of Black Forest and Brownies

    by mkurniawan Written May 9, 2004

    Aha Family restaurant is a home of Black Forest and Brownies. or other cake, suitable for Party or meeting point

    Favorite Dish: Black Forest and Brownies

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    Cafe Batavia: Dine in unique historic setting

    by Perucha Written Sep 19, 2003

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    Louise, me, Henna

    Dine in this unique historic setting, amongst antique furniture and overlooking Fatahillah Square, and the old City Hall from the Dutch colonial period.

    Favorite Dish: "Sweet and Sour Pork" - the best in the world!

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