Special Sunday Brunch At The Joglo

If this Sunday you plan to treat your family to a tranquil day of relaxation and delicious food, The Joglo’s brunch is the perfect choice. Inside this wooden traditional Javanese building, you can eat, shop, and stretch under the same roof as it offers the comfort of a café, playground, whole food market, and pilates studio. Every Sunday, the Joglo delivers a package that includes a famous Indonesian Rijstafel Feast with free flow iced tea or a complimentary glass of Sangria.

Step into the Joglo and sit in the open air of the al fresco café while you wait for your extravagent main course. Give yourself a treat with a plate of delightful fried tofu delivered with spicy soy dipping sauce. Not long after, a streaming line of Rijstafel bowls will be on their way. We tried a bit of everything from the fourteen little bowls of traditional Indonesian dishes, including spicy meat, coco chicken in Balinese sauce, chicken lemon grass, banana stem soup, sautéed eggplant and spinach, and grilled tofu in banana leaf. All items are cooked and served in a very Indonesian way with flavours like it was coming straight from an Indonesian home kitchen. Closing the brunch off is an array of the famous ‘Pisang Goreng’ or Banana Fritters as a sweet and very crunchy dessert.
The Sunday Brunch is priced at IDR 145K++ per person with minimum two people sitting for the brunch. Free flow of iced tea and Sangria are included in the price along with the breezy space, playground, garden, and market to roam around as they were your own.
The Joglo
+62 361 9347 778
11 AM – 2 PM

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