December 15, 2020, 07.14 PM

Guests at this top hotel in Jakarta should be mindful that the package above excludes special Christmas and New Year’s dining packages.

Special Dining Packages

The talented chefs at VONG Kitchen are ready to whip up an incredible Christmas or New Year’s spread for you and your family to ensure you have a memorable staycation at one of the best five-star hotels in Jakarta city.

The restaurant was established based on a concept designed to ‘wow’ customers, courtesy of Michelin-star chef Jean Georges and his son, Cedric.

Together, the father-son duo curated a menu that highlights seasonal ingredients using the highest-quality local ingredients.

The restaurant design captures the look and feel of a fancy New York grill complete with an open kitchen and bar, but you can also take in the capital city’s night views from the terrace.

Read also: Jakarta Prohibits Tourism Players from Hosting New Year’s Eve 2021 Celebrations

At this luxury five-star hotel in South Jakarta, guests can treat themselves to magnificent Truffle Crusted Norwegian Salmon, Butter Poached Lobster, or Australian Wagyu which uses dry-aged meat giving you maximum flavor.

Being one of the best five-star hotels in Jakarta city, Alila SCBD has a sommelier available to help you choose the best wine such as Cape Mentelle Cabernet Sauvignon or Merlot to pair with your meals.

This special dining package for the year-end holiday is available only from December 24-25, 2020.

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