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Click Clock Ramadhan, Le Méridien Jakarta

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Ramadan is no longer a moment, a month where Muslims worldwide welcome fasting activities every year for 30 days in a row. The trend that is often seen in the restaurant industry in Jakarta is the crowds of visitors who arrive to break their fast together with family, friends or a corporate events.
Le Méridien Jakarta offers an exciting breaking package to follow. The 5-star hotel is located in the Central Jakarta area, and with long experience operating in Jakarta, Le Méridien hotel certainly understands the trends and needs of today's society. Not the usual iftar package, here is available Batavia Night Market.
As the name implies, various classic Jakarta meal inspired from the time of Batavia past. Visit Puri Asri on the 1st floor, at Rp 299.000, we can enjoy authentic, varied and tempting market snacks. Greeted with traditional décor makes the atmosphere more original as Batavia.
Visitors can also enjoy The Flavors of Iftar at La Brasserie Restaurant. Various Middle Eastern and Indonesian menus can be found here. Exotic dishes with distinctive herbs and spices like Marinated Lamb Leg with Black Tamarin and Oxtail Soup. Visitors can also enjoy iftar while listening to live music provides a different atmosphere. For the iftar package is offered at Rp 395.000, ++.
For which Middle Eastern food enthusiasts can even get a more attractive offer with authentic Middle Eastern dishes at the special restaurant, Al Nafoura. Middle Eastern dishes such as Shawarmas, grilled meats, hot & cold Mezzeh, Tagines and Signature Haruf Ouzi. For the buffet at Al Nafoura will be offered at Rp 410.000, ++
This year, Le Méridien certainly offers a breaking fast that is very different from the previous year. Several choices of buffets with varied dishes will certainly provide a comfortable breaking experience for customers. In addition to the offered price is quite standard and certainly in accordance with Le Méridien quality as a 5 star hotel.

Yovent A full-time Blogger & Social Media Influencer who has been travelling overseas with huge enthusiasm exploring culinary world. Living in Jakarta with variety of culture, food style and starting blog since 2014 early. With couple of years experience, he has good references and inspiration in food photography & writing.

Le Méridien,
Jl. Jend Sudirman, No. Kav 18-20, Karet Tengsin, Tanah Abang, Jakarta Pusat
Tel: +6221 2513 131

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