It’s secure to say that there’s nothing remotely resembling the sensation of discovering new place to eat and hang around. To flee the hustle and bustle of our hectic way of life.
Pantja identify has an ethnic ring to it, it’s derived from Sankrit with the which means “5”(senses). It simply opened for lunch just lately after solely serving dinner for the previous few months of it’s debut. Like many eating places in Senopati space, this one additionally offers Valet service for parking.
The 2 flooring brick constructing has an aesthetic feeling about it. Jogged my memory of the brownstones buildings we frequently discover in Brooklyn,NYC. Pretty and rustic.
The within was surprisingly cramp. What the room lacked in dimension they greater than made up for in furnishing. The seats have been cozy and stylish. The second ground’s fitted to larger celebration and lounge, sadly I didn’t get to see the higher ground.
The lunch menu was restricted however seems to be spectacular.
Sashimi Salad (IDR 245.000): Thinly sliced Hamachi fish and salad with Ponzu dressing. Freshly ready, good fl
Bucatini (IDR 155.000): Pipe-like contemporary pasta that you could sink your enamel into, labored wondrously with Pork Tesa (Pork Ragu sauce), Delicate egg and Pecorino cheese. Deliciousness overload!
Lobster Roll (IDR 225.000): Delicate freshly baked bread, tasty lobster filling, actually want they put extra of these to be sincere.
Galbi Jjim (IDR 550.000): This Korean type dish wasn’t actually on the lunch menu, however you may ask the chef if they’re out there. Succulent, sturdy flavored beef ribs with massive bowl of rice and kimchi on the facet.
Medjool Date (IDR 75.000): Sticky toffee pudding with Vanilla Ice cream, Orange marmalade and Smoked salt. Properly ready, gooey and unapologetically candy.
Pantja has put itself forward of among the best record new eating places for me personally. Though it’s dear, the standard and unconventional menu speaks for itself. Let’s wait and see what else they’ve to supply.
Jl. Senopati No.37
Senopati, South Jakarta
Cellphone: (021) 521 3010
Mon, Wed, Thur & Solar 11 AM – 1 AM
Tue 11 AM – 5 AM
Fri & Sat 11 AM – 2 AM