I came to this place with my colleagues. We enjoying the ambience, good for having meeting here. I really like their cookies and even take home some of them
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I ordered garlic bread to start with, had a lasagna as my main and waffle with icecream as dessert. The garlic bread was overtoasted and the waffle tasted like it was made a couple of days before or, worse, was from a packet that was left open too long. In other words,they were soft The tomato paste in the lasagne... More
The food here is good, and the maitr'd is a dear old Jakarta hand (ex-Oasis) who welcomes everyone with a warm smile. Their bread and cakes, sold on the premises, are excellent, and food in the cafe/restaurant is good and the menu varied. Recommended.
Really very nice pastries in this nice style' patisserie. Also the tea time is very classic and rich in sweets and other biscuits. Nice time again and superb service.
First time and didn't know even existing a nice and classic pattiserie restaurant like this in Jakarta. The ambience and atmosphere really nice, cozy place with chic decoration, french stylish. Almost everything on the menu seems good. From appetizers like salads and calamari fritti, to pasta and beef cordon bleu, Japanese taste dishes for the main course to the dessert.... More
Almost everything on the menu tastes really good. From appetizers like garlic bread and calamari fritti, to Chicken cordon bleu for the main course and poffertjes for dessert. They even have Japanesse food which was amazing. The ambience was nice, cozy place with chic decoration. Service was good. The only downside would be the price because it's rather expensive.
The restaurant has been around for quite long now but still got its old charms...best known for its bakery and pastry. The food was okay, the athmosphere was great but the service was a bit slow.. It had its days..that's all I can say.
not wow but ok. nice interior however i can see this place has started aging. ordered the pand'or steak and the highlight was the french fries. ordered the americano and turned out to be too girly for serving LOL. well still love this place and worth the visit.
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