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TravelokaEats X Seribu Rasa, Senopati, South Jakarta

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TravelokaEats become a new feature of Traveloka which is currently quite popular for the society of Jakarta especially the foodies. This time at Seribu Rasa, one of the typical Indonesian restaurant serving authentic and interesting Indonesian dishes we had a lovely gathering with some foodies in town.
The event begins with a little explanation of the features of TravelokaEats is perfect for you want to find information about culinary in major cities of Indonesia. The latest culinary inspirations are trending or an interesting restaurant spot to visit.
You can also find a variety of offerings in the form of discounts or promos of interest to be enjoyed in a variety of restaurant choices. At this lunch, we enjoy classic Indonesian dishes such as Oriental Seafood Cakwe. Tempting appetizer seafood wrapped in flour and then fried with a savory sweet taste.
There are also main dishes like Dendeng (dried meat) Balado Dua Rasa that looks tempting. Two slices of beef jerky filled with red and green chillies have an appetizing appearance. Texture jerky is tender with the level of spiciness that fits in the mouth.
To add information, you can also share various tips about culinary in this TravelokaEats journey. Sharing experiences in different restaurants will be very useful information for others looking for an interesting culinary idea in town.


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.

Seribu Rasa,
Jl. Gunawarman Raya no.28, Senopati, Jakarta
Tel: +6221 2188 9061
Seribu Rasa Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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