Sunday, May 17, 2015

Teratai Chinese Restaurant, Hotel Borobudur Jakarta

Less than a week since my last dinner at Miyama Japanese Restaurant at Hotel Borobudur and I was already back again there to try another restaurant. This time, it was the popular Chinese restaurant named Teratai (it means lotus in Indonesian language), serving mostly Cantonese dishes.

Waiting room.

The kitchen.

Spacious with fine decor.

Private room.
There are total of 4 private rooms  for 6 guests and 1 private room 16 guests.

served individually.
Triple boiled pigeon bouillon with dried cordyceps - Rp. 108.000

Live Prawns - Rp. 144.000 (market price)
Prepared flambeed with Chinese alcohol,salt and pepper, garlic, scallion and red chili.

Served as a dish named Drunken Prawns.

Shrimp with mayonnaise - Rp. 168.000 

Deep-fried fish with spicy sambal chilies sauce - Rp. 408.000 (market price)
This authentic Malaysian cookery is only available during May 2015.
We chose the Marble Goby fish or mostly known as ikan malas in Indonesian language.

Green beans with salted egg yolk.

Fried rice - Rp. 138.000

Berilicia - Rp. 88.000

 Healthy Chinese pudding with 24 herbs - Rp. 58.000

The Bangkok coconut pudding - Rp. 68.000

Mango cream sago topped with fruits - Rp. 58.000
Durian pudding - Rp. 58.000
Current currency:
1 USD = Rp. 13.100
Prices subjected to 21% of additional service charge and applicable government tax.

Teratai Chinese Restaurant
Hotel Borobudur - Lobby level.
Jl. Lapangan Banteng Selatan,
Central Jakarta.
Tel: 3805555

Opening hours:
Monday-Saturday: 11.30-15.00 and 18.30-22.30
Sunday and Public Holidays: 09.00-15.00 and 18.30-22.30

Related posts:
Miyama Japanese Restaurant
Bruschetta Italian Restaurant

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