December 23, 2020, 11.54 PM

KOMPAS.com – This holiday season, hit up this premium burger restaurant in Jakarta Bossman to quell your cravings for some juicy hamburgers.

Before opening up its branch in Indonesia’s capital city, Bossman has long been one of the best burger joints in Bali.

It is also part of 8 Degree Projects which manages the resto and the founder of the group, Adam McAsey, shared that most of their customers in Bali come from Jakarta.

Amid the coronavirus pandemic, Indonesia’s food and beverage industry has had to get creative to remain in business.

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“Bossman responded to the situation by entering the Jakarta market through the introduction of delicious burgers to satisfy the customers in the city and burger lovers that are not aware of our restaurant yet.”

The next time you ask yourself where to eat in Jakarta for burgers, you can order from one of their three Jakarta branches in the Kemang, Menteng, and Kebayoran Lama districts. Outside of Jakarta, there is one branch location in BSD, Tangerang.

In further adapting to social restrictions and health protocols in the city, this premium burger restaurant in Jakarta is available on the GoFood and GrabFood mobile apps. Given the Covid-19 situation, dine-in service is not available yet.

“We are here to introduce the residents of Jakarta to one of the best burgers from Bali with the best and unparalleled quality."

Read also: Jakarta’s Steak Restaurant Pioneer Offers Its Famous Beef for Home Cooks

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