SCBD Lot 11, Jalan Jenderal Sudirman, Kav 52-53
Jakarta 12190, Indonesia
“Exciting nights live at Hakkasan Jakarta with culinary delights, fresh eclectic drinks, and friendly service.”
Hakkasan Jakarta blends Hakkasan’s award-winning Cantonese cuisine with a dynamic bar and lounge experience found nowhere else in Southeast Asia. Located next to the Indonesia Stock Exchange and across from the Pacific Place in the Sudirman Central Business District, Hakkasan Jakarta is situated on levels 25 and 26 of the newly-constructed Alila SCBD Hotel.
Coming soon to the venue, a vibrant rooftop lounge will feature multiple outdoor bars, banquettes, and semi-private VIP booths, with Jakarta’s top DJs setting the ambiance for the open-air venue nightly. With a focus on innovative Cantonese cuisine, cocktails, and an extensive wine selection, the menu features Hakkasan signature dishes in addition to items unique to the Jakarta location.
180 degrees of elegance
With vibrant interiors and a sweeping view of the city skyline, beauty surrounds you at Hakkasan Jakarta. From the delicately plated dishes, to the illuminated circular bar at the center of the restaurant, to the dark oak latticework that divides the venue into its distinct dining areas, there is something to be found in every corner of the nearly 17,000 square-foot space.
Ancient gastronomy reimagined for the modern day
Chinese cuisine is one of the most ancient and diverse in the world, its influence spreading across the globe. Hakkasan’s cuisine blends authentic Cantonese recipes with contemporary influences.
Featuring locally-inspired dishes and cocktails, Hakkasan’s Only At menu uses ingredients and techniques that showcase the culture and cuisine surrounding each location. From Shanghai to San Francisco, each Hakkasan worldwide features a different set of menu items to explore.
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