December 4, 2020, 07.09 PM

Although Jimbaran is a popular culinary destination in Bali, this popular Jakarta city food establishment offers the ambiance of the island on top of its superb selection of seafood dishes.

Choose from squid, lobster, gourami, silver catfish, or tilapia, then select your preferred sauce of choice to go with your meal including salted egg, sweet and sour, Padang sauce, or sweet soy sauce.

Read also: Where to Find and Indulge in the Best ‘Pempek’ in Jakarta

The price of our top restaurants in Ancol, Jakarta depends on the weight of the seafood varieties you order where an emperor red snapper costs $1.84 (Rp 27,000) per ounce, squid costs $2.05 (Rp 30,000) per ounce, while the lobster is set at a premium price of $7.51 (Rp 110,000) per ounce.

To get your fingers dirty at one of our top restaurants in Jakarta, stop by Jalan Lodan Timur Nomor 7, Pantai Carnaval, Taman Impian Jaya. It is open every day from 10am–11pm.

3. Bandar Djakarta

The search for the top restaurants in Ancol, Jakarta will almost undoubtedly suggest Bandar Djakarta.

This popular Jakarta city food establishment has been serving up loads of seafood dishes that have satisfied Indonesians from the young and old and foreigners alike.

If you’re not in the mood for some seafood, then don’t fret because the restaurant also has chicken and beef on its menu.

What has kept customers coming to this renowned food eatery in the Indonesian capital city’s northern end is the freshness of its star ingredient, seafood.


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