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2015-07-30 94 Lihat
Located inside Century Hotel, Dapour is one of restaurant hotel buffets that serves a delicious, yummy, Indonesian food that will not disappoint your taste. Not so long ago, I had a chance to try the Dapour restaurant with other foodies friends.Per pax - start from IDR 218,000 (Buffet, All you can eat)Dapour restaurant mainly served Indonesian Dessert. Food like Soto Mie, Sop Iga, Sate Ayam, even Gorengan like Tempe Mendoan and others could be find here. Yes, if you love Indonesian food, then th
Even Dapour staffs there said that a lot of Regional Minister all over Indonesia wants to stay in Century Hotel just because of they love the food served in Dapour!
In this Ramadhan month, Dapour also serve a lot of traditional snacks and dessert such as Bubur Madura, Klepon, and other yummy Indonesian dessert. My favorite menu here in Dapour is the Sop Iga! Trust me, the ribs are super duper tender. If you love to eat chilli, then you should request bunch of chilli to pour inside the soup.
My second favorite menu after Sop Iga is the Nasi Padang, especially the Rendang. It’s really well cook, super tender, and the gravy… nendang abis deh!! My third one is the dessert. They offer lots of small Indonesian cakes like Martabak Manis, Pohong, - even there’s dodol - and I really love all of it.
Well, basically all of their menus are my favorite. Of course, because it’s Indonesian food! *Proud of Indonesia* Ambiance
It’s so elegant and lavish inside Dapour. I really love to enjoy my food with this kind of ambiance. It makes me enjoy the food even more. If you’re a smoker, then you could eat your meal peacefully in the bar just next to Dapour restaurant. The lighting is awesome, and they also offers range of mocktails, cocktails, and other kinds of beverages. Just tell the barista what do you want ;)
The unique thing about Dapour, they’ll rotate the Indonesian menus so the customer wouldn’t get bored. For example, this week theme is Makassar Food. Then, the week after the theme might be about Betawi Food, and so on, and so on. I just wish I could try their Makassar Food, especially my favorite dessert, Es Palu Butung!
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