Skip to main content

Bakerzin, Central Park, West Jakarta

This one restaurant should be familiar in your ear. Bakerzin could be found in malls around jakarta. Actually they are popular by their colorful macaroons, but they also serve various of western and asian heavy meals. Don't forget the various cakes as well.


Bakerzin Central Park has nice and lovely place though. Beautiful couches around with bright red and orange color, then it has outdoor space where facing to the park. But for you non smoking, so pick inside area please to be comfortable.

I have been come to here for several times before. Of course i had been try some kind of their cuisines. But now i am going to try typical fav Indonesian dish which is House Special Fried Rice.


Quite huge bowl of brown color fried rice with sausage, fried egg, vegie and pickles. I think it is not bad, it is good seasoning, rice cooked well done, sausage has nice tender texture and also fresh vegie and pickles. But somehow it should be better when you go to authentic Indonesian restaurant looking for typical fried rice.

Next dish i have was a Beef Roasted Pasta. As you know this is one of fav pasta kind in town. But i think this is not fascinating as first one. Pasta is bit under seasoning, only thick cream all over it. And beef slices just fine at all when it covered up by the cream sauce.


Don't forget the Vegie Tortilla. The mexican style of bread filled with chopped vegetables. I am not sure what is it, i guess it is spinach. Bread kind of too dry, filling i take it is fine i think.


After main course i also had two kind of cakes for my dessert. Actually Bakerzin is having many kind of cakes. Each has beautiful shapes, color and flavors.
I think it should be depends on your preferences about the taste, some are really sweet, moist, firm or lemon sour.



Bakerzin Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Michelin Guide Singapore 2017 Star Event, Fullerton Hotel, Singapore

Available in Bahasa: Click Here Michelin Starred Restaurant Award can be regarded as one of the highest and prestigious awards in the culinary world. Singapore, as one of the multi-cultural and ethnic countries, is the only country that gets a Michelin Award in Southeast Asia this time. This year became the second year for Singapore to get a Michelin Award. Michelin Guide Restaurant itself is divided into several categories. Ranging from Restaurants that chosen into the Michelin Guide Recommendation category, Bib Gourmand, and 1, 2 and 3 Michelin Starred Restaurant. By 2016, there are a total of 29 Michelin Starred divided into categories respectively. For the year 2017, emerging several new restaurants, so the total who won the award as many as 38 restaurants. Eleven names of new restaurants that are included in the 1 Michelin star are : 1. Braci at Boat Quay, 2.   Cheek by Jowl in Boon Tat Street, 3.   Chef Kang’s in Mackenzie Road, 4.   Garibaldi in Purvis Str

New Opening, August, Jakarta

Bahasa l English This month has indeed become a moment where the restaurant and hotel business has begun to attract customers with various offers. Not to forget, the opening of several new restaurants has also colored the city of Jakarta recently. One of them is August, which is located in the Sudirman area, more precisely at Sequis Tower. This restaurant has opened on November 25th, 2021. The elegant and premium concept can be seen from the exterior and interior of the restaurant. The area is quite spacious with a charming bar in the front room, then an open kitchen which provides an interesting experience for guests to see the activities of the chefs in the lively kitchen. On weekends, you can see the number of guests filling the entire table, it's a good idea to make a reservation in advance . When I had dinner there, they happened to have no available alcohol because they were taking care of licensing and distribution issues. So I brought wine with a corkage fee of IDR 250,000

Tom's by Tom Aikens, The Langham Jakarta

Bahasa l English A sunny weekend where the pandemic conditions in Indonesia have been getting better lately. Activities in public spaces are getting normal, so we can find some places with crowds. One of them is this restaurant which took a few weeks for me to make a reservation in advance because it was full every weekend. The Langham Jakarta has only been operating this year and has attracted great enthusiasm from Jakarta's community. No exception with the restaurant which was built with a luxurious British concept and developed by a chef from England, Tom Aikens who manages a Michelin Star restaurant in London. Carrying the name Tom's by Tom Aikens with a variety of classic British dishes. The location of this restaurant is on the L floor, the reception area, and arguably the 62nd floor. A restaurant with a large enough area capacity, high ceilings, touches of white, blue, red sofas, and gold-tone lamps give the room an English-style atmosphere. Seen quite crowded visitors