Dine at These 5 Must-Try, Halal-Certified Buffet Restaurants in Jakarta

December 9, 2020, 12.09 AM
There are five of the top and Halal ?all-you-can-eat? or buffet restaurants that have dominated the Jakarta city food scene. Dok. Kintan BuffetThere are five of the top and Halal ?all-you-can-eat? or buffet restaurants that have dominated the Jakarta city food scene.

KOMPAS.com – Five top halal all-you-can-eat restaurants have dominated the Jakarta city food scene.

At the restaurants on our list, diners will find all sorts of meat and ingredients ranging from beef, chicken, seafood, rice, noodles, fresh vegetables, and even desserts.

In the Indonesian capital city, the popular all-you-can-eat restaurants generally incorporate Japanese or South Korean style elements in their interior design thus enhancing your dining experience.

However, it is also the reason that even some of the best all-you-can-eat restaurants in Jakarta sell non-halal items such as sake, mirin, or the sauces used in its ingredients.

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The all-you-can-eat restaurants on Kompas.com’s list have been certified by the Indonesian Ulema Council (MUI) and are mostly based in the Indonesian capital city.

1. Kintan Buffet

Kintan Buffet is on our list of halal buffet restaurants in Jakarta city that have received the MUI stamp of approval since May 2019, meaning that all the food and beverages served at this popular restaurant are safe for Muslim consumers.

The restaurant is part of a Japanese-owned company operated by Boga Group in Indonesia.

You can visit one of its many branches across nine Indonesian cities of Jakarta, Bandung, Tangerang, Yogyakarta, Surabaya, Bali, Medan, Batam, and Makassar.

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