December 23, 2020, 11.54 PM

"Our signature menus include the Chook Knight, The O.G., Al Capone, and Truffle Fries which you can order without having to go to Bali.”

Dry-aged secret

As a premium burger restaurant in Jakarta, Bossman strictly uses quality ingredients such as chuck steak that has been dry-aged for 60 days.

The dry-aging process helps bring out the incredible flavors well-known about this burger joint.

“The buns and sauces are all homemade. Our Bossman burger restaurants in Jakarta do not serve pork (no pork, no lard)."

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"When we were assessing the food and beverage market in the city, we realized that the majority of people do not consume pork.”

When it comes to portion, Bossman Bali is famous for serving up huge portions of its top-quality burgers, but for residents of the capital city, they offer smaller portions.

Thus, the next time you do not know where to eat in Jakarta for burgers or are looking for new burger joints to try, you may want to consider this fledgling restaurant from Bali.

(Writer: Ryana Aryadita Umasugi | Editor: Yuharrani Aisyah)

Source: https://www.kompas.com/food/read/2020/12/13/105748175/tempat-makan-burger-baru-di-jakarta-bossman-pakai-patty-dry-aged 

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