Sailendra Restaurant Gets a Fresh Look

4 weeks ago . 1 min read
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Ester Christine Natalia
Senior Writer at Forbes Indonesia
Sailendra Restaurant Gets a Fresh Look
New look of Sailendra Restaurant. (Photo courtesy of JW Marriot Hotel Jakarta)

Keeping up with the latest trends in the F&B scene, JW Marriott Hotel Jakarta renovated its all-day dining Sailendra Restaurant with more modern look. The restaurant is adopting an open-kitchen concept with multi split-seating dining area starting from last April. It is also featured with two brand new private dining areas featuring catchy built-in wine cellar, where guests can look in and out through the extensive selections of elegant New World and Classic wines.

“The need to be at par with the many blossoming brand new properties within the district is amongst the many reasons of Sailendra’s one-month revamp,” says Adeza Hamzah, Cluster Director Marketing of JW Marriot Hotel Jakarta.

Sailendra Restaurant is the hotel’s main dining area ever since it was opened in 2001. It is known for exquisite range of local and international dishes. Executive Sous Chef Heri Purnama leads the restaurant’s culinary team to create a twist for every cuisine they serve. Among the favorites are Marriott Burger, Singaporean Laksa, Nasi Goreng Sailendra and Nasi Campur Rembiga. The restaurant, which is named after a glorious 7th century dynasty in Central Java, can accommodate up to 263 guests.

During the holy month of Ramadan, Sailendra Restaurant collaborates with high-end Padang Restaurant Pagi Sore to serve a breakfasting package priced from Rp 380,000 ++ per person. The highlights of the package entitled “Ramadan Kitchen Takeover by Pagi Sore” include Rendang Daging, Ayam Gulai, Ayam Pop, Dendeng Batokok and Gulai Otak.

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Ester Christine Natalia
Senior Writer at Forbes Indonesia
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