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No.11, Sopo Del Building, Jakarta

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Enjoying the night of a bar is a popular choice for Jakarta society when you need some air after working all day and enjoying time with friends or colleagues. This time i had the opportunity to visit a unique bar and offer a very interesting Japanese concept. No.11 which is located in Kuningan area is a new place to hang out that you should visit.
With the hidden bar concept that is completely hidden, even you will need a little effort to find the entrance to this bar. Here i will not explain how access to No.11, as the name implies hidden bar will be an interesting experience for you to look for No.11. You can find the tips on Instagram No.11 especially in the story. In accordance with the theme, we will find various Japanese dishes that are presented with a modern & attractive presentation.
As an appetizer menu, Japanese salads like the Daikon Salad and Wakame Salad will be the right choice. With fresh ingredients and various elements in a dish with the right taste balance. Then there is also Mechi Katsu, processed beef wrapped in flour and fried so as to produce a crunchy texture on the outside and tender in it. The right seasoning and not excessive taste delicious.
The main menu like Gyukatsu will certainly provide pleasant satisfaction. Moreover, you can cook directly on the table with the appropriate maturity preferences. With good Wagyu quality, the meat produced is perfect, tender and juicy. Besides beef, there is also Salmon Aburi Don. A rice dish combined with super soft salmon topping feels very well suited to the tongue of the Jakarta society.
No.11 is one of the trending place with unique concept that deserve to be listed. A super-cool bar & lounge, elegant atmosphere and unique concept certainly provide a pleasant experience. Visitors will certainly be spoiled by the sensation of enjoying Japanese special dishes with amazing cocktail.


Yovent A full-time blogger & social media influencer who has been traveling overseas with huge enthusiasm & passion to explore the culinary. Living in Jakarta with variety culture, food style and start blogging since early 2014. With couple of experience, he has good referenced & inspiration in food photography and writing.



No.11,
Sopo Del Building GF, Jakarta, Indonesia 12950
Tel: +6221 5080 6511

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