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Authentic Indonesia meets Fairmont finesse would describe the offering at 1945 Restaurant. This Ramadan, Indonesian culinary legend Sisca Soewitomo returns to 1945 Restaurant to work alongside the restaurant’s Sous Chef, Vicko Hadisatrya in presenting exclusive Ramadan buffet. Ibu Sisca has released more than 150 Indonesian recipe books, and has been actively involved in educating and promoting Indonesian gastronomy. The public has given her a title as the Queen of Indonesian Gastronomy.
“Indonesian cuisine is very diverse, full of colors and flavours. Since I was a little girl, I have loved breaking the fast with Angsle – the traditional dish from Malang. It brings warmth and has various flavors and textures in one bowl. The warm ginger coconut broth is combined with other delicious elements such as sticky rice, mung bean, sago pearls, slices of bread, and topped with crunchy peanuts – so delicious,” said Ibu Sisca.
This Ramadan, 1945 Restaurant’s Buffet will take the taste buds for a ride venturing back to the classic times – featuring numerous live cooking stations. Ibu Sisca explained, “Chef Vicko and I have prepared a range of Indonesian specialties that will bring guests to relish in the elements of nostalgia with a tasteful spread of dishes from their hometown. And most importantly, all the food served is Halal because 1945 Restaurant has received Halal certification from the LPPOM MUI”.
Amongst the wonderful buffet spread and live cooking stations, Ibu Sisca will have her own “Nasi Campur” section, capturing the most flavorful dishes of the all-time favorite authentic Indonesian delicacies. Nasi Campur by Ibu Sisca consists of a variety of aromatic rice such as Nasi Kunyit (Turmeric), Nasi Mentega (Butter), and Nasi Jeruk (Lime and Orange), and complemented by seven side dishes such as Sautéed Winged Beans, Beef Tongue with Soy Sauce, Duck in Madura style, Squid in black sauce, Terik Daging Sapi, and various sambal selections. The buffet also feature carving station, grilled seafood, succulent satay, noodles and soups, cold salads, fritters, and wonderful dessert selection and takjil.
For guests seeking a more private dining experience, the restaurant features a range of private dining rooms that accommodate 6 to 30 people.
The Iftar Buffet at 1945 Restaurant is available daily and priced from IDR 550,000++ per person.
For more information or table reservations at 1945,
please call +62 (21) 2970 3333 or email email@example.com.