Unveiling the new concept of Grand Cafe at Grand Hyatt Jakarta.
Located on the lobby level, Grand Café is an all-day dining Indonesian restaurant offering a fresh made-to-order buffet that emphasises local flavours and home-style dining with an interior and architecture designed to evoke the feeling of an Indonesian home. The restaurant has a light and warm home-like ambience highlighted by different kinds of Indonesian décor and crafts that tell a story of a journey across the Indonesian archipelago. Combining earthy and natural tones of wood, marble tiles, chinaware and a touch of Dutch colonial architecture, the restaurant displays hues of colourful Indonesian traditional fabrics, a medley of bronze artworks, vases and wood carvings from different parts of Indonesia.
Grand Café promises an Indonesian food adventure straight from the five live cooking stations. Specialty chefs prepare a multicultural heritage of Indonesian cuisine à la minute at the restaurant’s wok, grill, soup, steam and pastry cooking stations. An extensive array of local comfort food is available throughout lunch and dinner buffet whilst over breakfast, a variety of international and Indonesian dishes is on offer. The restaurant’s signature dishes include Asinan Kecombrang, Sop Buntut, Soto Betawi, Rawon Daging and Nasi Goreng.
For guests opting for individual dishes, an à la carte menu features popular items as well as a parlour menu where guests can choose smaller portions. A selection of Indonesian drinks, signature iced teas, Indonesian inspired mocktails and cocktails are also on offer in the parlour menu.
Inspired by an Indonesian home, Grand Café features several seating areas to choose from, including Courtyard / Veranda, Parlour, Dining, Lounge, Gallery, Study and Balcony. Each is unique and different from one another, and sections can be joined together to create a semi-private room.