Lara Djonggrang

Restaurant Jalan Teuku Cik Ditiro No.4 Menteng Jakarta Pusat DKI Jakarta 10350, Indonesia Published on: 13-11-2015

11:00 AM - 01:00 AM
Restaurant
A-la-carte
Fine Dining
3.00 - 30.00 USD

Lara Djonggrang is good for

Good for family with kids Family with kids Good
Good for senior Senior Good
Good for couple Couple Good
Good for solo Solo Good
Good for group Group Good
  • Highly recommended by fellow travellers.
Lara Djonggang is situated at Tugu Hotel. The food in this restaurant is inspired by what had been served for Kings for hundreds of years.

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Why Lara Djonggrang is special ?

Tugu is famous for its original homecooking old recipe. The cuisine of Lara Djonggang has been inspired by the royal journeys through the regions during the times of the King Hayam Wuruk, who hekd the reign of the Kingdom of Majapahit at the beginning of the 14th century.


Blended with mystical, romatic atmosphere, Lara Djonggang now introduces new menus like: “Soto Pepaya Muda”, a very light coconut soup, filled with salted fish, fern tips, sour fruit, raw tamarind, green spur chili, and green tomatoes. Light and refreshing “Lobster Asam Limeng Aceh”, Sautted lobster with green chili, red chili and “Blimbing Wuluh”, this special cuisine comes from South Acetj which formally served for the Kings.


WHAT TO ORDER


Setupan Sayur 8 Macam


Nasi Goreng Desa


Sate Lilit Ikan Gianyar


Source: http://blog.tuguhotels.com/new-menus-from-lara-djonggrang/

Selling points

  • Must try. The most authentic Indonesian food
  • Quality food and fun experience
  • All sensory gets to be working in this restaurant
  • Fun place to have quality indonesian food
  • Well decorated and extensive selection of menu

Facilities

  • Main cuisine Speciality
  • Noise level Normal
  • Budget Medium
  • Alcohol NO
  • Air condition YES
  • Had kid menu NO
  • Accept credit card YES
  • Serve breakfast NO
  • Serve halal NO
  • Serve vegeterian NO
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Duration
3.0 days
Estimated
105.45 USD
Total travel distance
km
Number of places
12 places

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Jalan Teuku Cik Ditiro No.4 Menteng Jakarta Pusat DKI Jakarta 10350, Indonesia

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  • Some people can suppose the interior is not lightened enough.
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Reviews

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At first visit, many people admitted this place gave them the creeps thanks to its mystical designs. It is a typical charm of restaurants from TUGU group! Try the Shrimp balls and Balinese Satay!

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Mystical place with full of antique art & craft. But they serve an authentic Indonesian dish with a big portion. Try Lodeh Ontong & Tongue Satay, sooo tasty. Very recommended this venue! 5 star 4 u.

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Simple hawker and traditional food such as Gado-gado served in a big unique bowl, Sate Lilit Ikan that is originally adapted from Balinese cuisine. Review by Love Indonesia: http://li.co.id/70809/

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Lara Djonggrang, nice place to get your special atmospher and different food with the other place in jakarta

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This Indonesian cuisine is very reccomended. Try their package. I've tried nasi bali. The portion is big, bisa dimakan ber-2 pacar, mana tmptnya romantis. Ice lychee teanya enak. Harga reasonable :-)

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After having heard about Lara Djonggrang many times, finally I had the chance to dine there with family a few weeks ago. Some reviews mentioned a creepy atmosphere at this restaurant, but aside from the parking lot which was dark (deliberately so, I suppose), I found the interior to be warm, well-lighted and inviting, with its mish-mash of oriental antiques. Many tables were occupied by foreigners.The menu offers a wide variety of Indonesian food (satays, grilled fish, soups, etc.) from different regions. We ordered quite a lot, and to their credit all the dishes were executed and presented really well. Even the "humble" karedok (Indonesian salad of raw vegies) was tasty and the peanut sauce had the right balance of spices. It was pricey, but you do get the quality.Service was very good, although the place was quite busy (even on Wednesday night!). However, I wasn't satisfied with the desserts. Most of them were around the same price (Rp 48,000), but some certainly had better value than others. My "Es Puter" (Indonesian-style ice cream) came in a small portion, with red beans that weren't properly cooked. I think the street vendors still have the upper hand here.This is the first restaurant I've tried, out of those owned by the Tugu group. Based on my experience here, I can recommend it, and I'm also keen to try others.

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Culture isn't a word you'd associate with Jakarta, but this restaurant is a fabulous oasis from the traffic and Mallworld that blights so much of it. The garden is tranquil and illuminated by lanterns. You eat presided over by temple gods and strange artefacts. The food is fabulous. It wasn't particularly buzzy when we came, but that was something of a relief after the rest of the city. I'd be keen to visit some of the hotels founded by the same owner.

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I'm a big fan of Tugu Group. Their restaurants are so beautifully decorated. I feel like time travelling. The food was really nice (As always). The service was also really good. Will come back if there's a chance

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After having heard about Lara Djonggrang many times, finally I had the chance to dine there with family a few weeks ago. Some reviews mentioned a creepy atmosphere at this restaurant, but aside from the parking lot which was dark (deliberately so, I suppose), I found the interior to be warm, well-lighted and inviting, with its mish-mash of oriental antiques. Many tables were occupied by foreigners. The menu offers a wide variety of Indonesian food (satays, grilled fish, soups, etc.) from different regions. We ordered quite a lot, and to their credit all the dishes were executed and presented really well. Even the "humble" karedok (Indonesian salad of raw vegies) was tasty and the peanut sauce had the right balance of spices. It was pricey, but you do get the quality. Service was very good, although the place was quite busy (even on Wednesday night!). However, I wasn't satisfied with the desserts. Most of them were around the same price (Rp 48,000), but some certainly had better value than others. My "Es Puter" (Indonesian-style ice cream) came in a small portion, with red beans that weren't properly cooked. I think the street vendors still have the upper hand here. This is the first restaurant I've tried, out of those owned by the Tugu group. Based on my experience here, I can recommend it, and I'm also keen to try others.

FourSquare View more

At first visit, many people admitted this place gave them the creeps thanks to its mystical designs. It is a typical charm of restaurants from TUGU group! Try the Shrimp balls and Balinese Satay!

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