Friday, December 30, 2011

Koiki Japanese restaurant & Tea house

My ex-colleagues and I were heading to Sushi Tei for our dinner but we couldn't believe how crowded it was with a long line. We asked the waiters and they said it would take probably more than 30 minutes to get a table for us. Thus we decided to move to another Japanese restaurant. Koiki Japanese restaurant became our choice.

Well, I had a pleasant dinner in this restaurant.We sat in the standard dining area although there's traditional Tatami sitting area. I like the natural elements of wood and stone of interior inside this Koiki restaurant. Koiki is proud of their authentic Soba that they produce themselves. They claimed their Soba is made by using only best quality ingredients and no preservatives, in order to promote health, longevity and well-being.

Koiki Sashimi  (6 pcs.)
Raw salmon served uniquely in ice bowl.

Sashimi Salad - Rp. 45.000
Assorted raw fish and vegetables salad served soyu dressing

Rock N' Roll - Rp. 80.000
Salmon, melted cheese, green beans, spicy mayonnaise and tobiko.

Shake Alburi Soba - Rp. 60.000
Cold Soba noodle with slightly grilled salmon topping.

Niku Soba - Rp. 78.000
Hot Soba noodle with sliced Aus. Black Angus Beef.

Spicy Soba - Rp. 75.000
Soba noodle with hot and spicy broth filled with mixed seafood, chicken and vegetables

Prices are subjected to 10% tax & 5% service charge
Currency rate: 1 USD = Rp. 9.200

Koiki Japanese restaurant & Tea house
Plaza Indonesia
Jl. M.H. Thamrin Kav. 28 - 30 Jakarta
Phone: (021) 2992-3552

Disclaimer:The review and opinion expressed here are purely according to my personal taste. There's a possibility that the taste of the food might change later on, which could affect the review and opinion here. I also affirm that no monetary or non-monetary compensation has been received from this restaurant for writing this review.


  1. That cold soba with salmon looks worthy of a try. Are they any good Sel?

  2. ruby: The cold soba with grilled salmon was my choice! Hehehe.. It tasted nice ;)

  3. That spicy soba looks outstanding and the salmon so fresh!

  4. lori: The salmon was very good. The ice bowl is a really good idea to keep the raw fish fresh.

  5. glo: Happy New Year 2012, Glo :)

  6. Awesomeness. Its worth the price tag then i suppose. Thanks sell =)

  7. ruby: Indeed :) Give it a try if you have a chance to eat there.


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