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What to do this entire month of April besides vote?

24. 10 QUeStionS for SigmUn We ask these guys about their influences and all sorts of other stuff.

30. Pantai InDah KapUk FooDStUff Leaving Kemang for a feed, check this place out.

12. The Scoop

36. CD Review

24. Features

38. Movies

34. Classical

40. New Place

42. Fun Pics 48. Style 60. Food Scoop 72. Jakarta Listing 81. There Then

48. faShion Are your sunglasses doing all they can for you and your look?

66. B.a.t.S The Bar and Restaurant at the Shangri-La serves it up.

68. balboni Yummy yummy you’ll get some love in your tummy.


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hope and direction in the future. Well, we all hope so anyway. we’ll just have to wait and see. May the best team win as they say. We are not sure how much of an effect the elections will have on the period’s nightlife activities but I imagine that the normal procedure of a high police presence will ensue. Probably meaning bars, clubs and karaoke joints will possibly be closing earlier – you will have to keep an eye out on that one.

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There are a number of interesting shows coming our way though and once the elections are over in the second week of April, I have the impression the city will be buzzing like never before. The Beat has a number of events coming up. The Hottest Girl Roadshow is coming over the next few months starting at Balboni restaurant and bar in Kota Kasablanka Mall on Friday April 25. That should be fun with lots of audience participation as well as the hottest girls in town strutting their stuff. Also in April, we are starting The Beat Room in Kemang. This concept comes from a similar event The Beat holds in Bali every week, showcasing new and old bands of all styles of music, basically giving them a platform to perform in stylish surroundings. Fez Dungeon is an excellent and tasteful venue in Kemang and should be a great spot to present The Beat Room. It kicks off with Marcel Thee’s band, Sajama Cut on

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SCOOP Bar Pro Flair Challenge 2014 The 5th Bar Pro Flair Challenge will be held at the Foundry no.8, on April 7. The competition will between bartenders from Jakarta and other cities in Indonesia. Qualifying will be held from 1pm and finals will be held at approximately 10pm. The champion will represent Indonesia at the Asian Bar Pro Flair Challenge Final in South Korea on June 1. After the competition, Bar Unity Pro will also hold a Hospitality Gathering with performances from DJs such as Reza Bukan, Bar Unity DJs, Unity Bar dancers, and a special flair show by Unggul and Yesaya.

Europe On Screen 2014 Europe on Screen is a European Film Festival in Indonesia. The festival aims to introduce and promote films produced by various European countries in Indonesia. This year, Europe on Screen will be held on May 11 to June 2. About 70 European films in the series will be screened. The screenings will not only take place in Jakarta, but also Aceh, Bandung, Denpasar, Makassar, Medan, Padang, Surabaya, and Yogyakarta. Europe on Screen 2014 will be held in cooperation with the Institut Francais-Indonesia and Rumah Ide Makassar. There will also be a short film competition.

Miku Expo Crypton Future Media announced that it is hosting “Hatsune Miku Expo” to promote the creative culture of Hatsune Miku, a virtual singer developed by the company, to the world. Hatsune Miku is a futuristic voice synthesizer software that is designed to allow users to easily create vocal parts from scratch just by entering a melody and lyrics. The music software was developed by Crypton Future Media. At the expo many kinds of creations using Hatsune Miku will be presented. There will be an exhibition of works by creators, corporate booths to promote Japanese electronics, food, clothes and toys and a concert by Mikupa Team. The expo will be held at the Jakarta Convention Center’s Cendrawasih Room, Indonesia on Wednesday, May 28, and Thursday May 29.


SCOOP The hottest girl roadshow is coming soon OPENING After the success of the Hottest Girl Contest last year, the contest is now going national. Heats will be held in September and October in Bali, Surabaya, Bandung and Jakarta, with the final in Jakarta to take place in November. The Hottest Girls in each province will compete for the prizes in the qualifying rounds and then more prizes in the Jakarta final. In the lead up to this year’s contest The Beat and partners are holding a series of Roadshow events in some of Jakarta’s top venues. The first kicks off at Balboni on Friday April 25. Then in May it’s all on again at Grand Hyatt’s Burgundy. Come down to see the contestants and vote for your favorite at this meet and greet session with loads of twists and turns from 9.30pm April 25 in Balboni, Kota Kasablanka.

Jakarta Highland Gathering 2014 The Jakarta Highland Gathering consists of a series of events which together make the single largest event which is expected over 8000 people. The event will held May 14-18 at The Island at Imperial Golf Club. It will also be held at JHG Golf on May 14, Scotland in Concert on May 16, The Gathering on May 17, and Kid’s Charity Day on May 18. The main gathering includes bagpipers and drummers, the Heavies, the Victoria Axemen, an all-day dance stage, over twenty restaurants and pubs, all-day entertainment at the Food Festival, a dedicated Kid’s Area, football and rugby competitions, kid’s races, a well subscribed 5k race, the strongest man competition and teen adventure challenge and the Harley Parade.

Extreme World Tour Do you remember the timeless song ‘More Than Words’ by Extreme? T Yes, Gary Cherone, Nuno Bettencourt, Pat Badger and Kevin Figueiredo are back. Throughout the career, the band’s five albums including Full Extreme (1989), Pornograffitti (1990), III Sides to Every Story (1992), Waiting for the Punchline (1995), and Saudades de Rock (2008). Extreme reached the peak of their success with their album Pornograffitti in 1990, which reached number 10 on the Billboard 200, and received double platinum in October 1992. Promotor Original Productions said that Extreme will perform in Jakarta on June 3.




april All The Hits All Night Long Tour JCC Plenary Hall Senayan Jakarta

Lionel Richie

American singer, songwriter, musician, record producer and actor, Lionel Richie, first got into the entertaiment business in the late 60s when Motown records signed him to be part of what became one of America’s most successful funk/soul bands of the 70s, The Commodores. He will be in Jakarta to sing his greatest hits on April 3 in the JCC Plenary Hall, Senayan. Tickets start from 770kand are available at

thursday april 3

X2 Club

DJ Mike Candys

Hailing from Zurich, Switzerland, DJ Mike Candys started off as a producer, later becoming a DJ playing progressive house rich with classical music influences. The DJ Mag’s number 67 DJ will be manning the DJ booth of X2 with his yellow smile mask in tow at their seventh anniversary on April 4.


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Colosseum Club


In the male-dominated world of dance music, one artist is determined to be seen as more than ‘eye candy’ or a voice for hire. Aruna got her start by recording for a host of internationally recognized producers, including Cosmic Gate and ATB. Her true breakout moment came in May 2012 when her track ‘Live Forever’ with Dutch superstar Ferry Corsten shot to #2 on the UK Upfront Top 40 Club chart. Dubbed the “anthem of the summer” by fans around the world, ‘Live Forever’ became one of the Top 50 most played tracks of 2012 on Sirius XM BPM and stayed at #1 on the Beatport Trance chart for nearly eight weeks straight. She will be in Colosseum Club on April 4.

friday april 4


DJ Deniz Koyu

Fedde Le Grand voted Deniz as the breakthrough DJ/Producer of 2011, Sebastian Ingrosso called him a big time talent, and Axwell replied to the question of a Swedish journalist if he had personal favorites among young DJs: “Deniz Koyu. He makes damn cool music at the moment.” Catch DJ Deniz Koyu in Fable on April 14.

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Colosseum Club

DJ Aly & Fila

Aly Amr Fathalah (Aly) and Fadi Wassef Naguib (Fila), are an Egyptian duo, both were born in 1981 and have known each other since kindergarten. Today, the duo is the best thing to come out of Egypt’s dance scene, and are currently the world’s number 20 DJ duo. Watch them perform their trance tracks in Colosseum Club on April 11.

friday april 11


DJ Yves V

Yves Van Geertsom, also known as DJ Yves V, is one of the best growing DJ talents from the Belgium. He has played at massive events including Sensation, David Guetta in Concert, Tomorrow World and Mysteryland. Catch him spin his electro and dance tracks in Dragonfly on April 11.


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Total Eclipse Colosseum Club

DJ Tony Romera

DJ Tony Romera is one of France’s best DJs, where his EPs have gathered support from some of the biggest DJs such as Tiësto, Roger Sanchez, Fedde Le Grand, Fatboy Slim, Tristan Garner, Steve Aoki and many more. He will be spinning his electro house tunes in Colosseum club on April 18.

thursday april 17

Hip hop DJ Total Eclipse is an original member of New York City’s legendary elite DJ collective, the X-men, X-Ecutioners and currently Ill Insanity. Whether it’s rocking a hot party for corporate companies like Maxim, Nike, MTV and BET to name a few, or manning the turntables at the club, he delivers mind-blowing performances every time. Total Eclipse has a diverse style, making him a highly mutable entertainer appealing to the masses. He will be a guest DJ in X2 Club on April 18.

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DJ Fedde Le Grand

The world’s number 29 DJ Fedde Le Grand (FLG) shall be entertaining the crowd at Dragonfly on April 17. Hailing from Amsterdam, FLG plays electro house and first caught the EDM world’s attention when he presented “Put Your Hands Up For Detroit” in 2006, and then his remix of Coldplay’s “Paradise” in 2011 also became a hit on dance floors around the globe.



Sajama Cut will be headlining the first show at The Beat Room at Fez Dungeon, Kemang. This special and regular Monday night event will feature excellent original and cover bands, both new and old, every week. Starts at 9.30pm. Free entry.

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CIRQUE “The Biggest Carnival Dance Event” Colosseum Club

2 Faced Funks & Jacob Van Hage

On April 25, Colosseum Club will present three Dutch DJs: 2 Faced Funks and Jacob Van Hage. The 2 Faced Funks, whose identity remains a secret, have been working together since 2008. Gathering over 10 years of DJ experience, the young Dutch talents have rocked crowds as far as China to Colombia. What initially started as a joke, DJing with cheap pink masks on, has turned into an ever-growing, global phenomenon. The energetic 2 Faced Funks have become one of the leading names of the fresh new wave of emerging talents from Holland’s house scene. Next up is Jacob Van Hage who hails from Rotterdam, and is currently the resident DJ of Time Out, Holland’s biggest mega club.

friday april 25

saturday april 26

Cesar Milan Live In Jakarta The Kasablanka - Kota Kasablanka Jakarta

Cesar Milan ‘The Dog Whisperer’ BALBONI FEZ DUNGEON


Come down to Balboni in Kota Kasablanka to vote for your favorite hottest girl in this DJ party with the gals. From 9.30pm


For any dog-lover, Cesar Millan is considered a god. His ability to discipline any kind of dog has launched him to be more than just a TV supertar, but also as the $40 billion pet care industry’s most recognized and sought-after authority working in the field of dog care and rehabilitation. He shall be coming to Jakarta to give an interactive talk show and share his experiences and tips with his fans in The Kasablanka, Kota Kasablanka. Tickets start from 850k, available at

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Hammersonic Jakarta International Metal Music Festival 2014 Lapangan D, Senayan

Kreator Band

German thrash metal band, Kreator, will be in the lineup of this year’s Hammersonic Jakarta International Metal Music Festival. Fans can catch their performance on April 27, in Lapangan D, Senayan, with ticket prices starting from 200k. Available at

sunday april 27



This week’s edition of The Beat Room features newcomer rockers Tektona who released their first album last month playing live with support from 9.30pm. Free entry.

MONDAY april 28

Classical Jakarta Soehanna Hall - The Energy Building

The Atlantic Brass Quintet

Acknowledged as one of the best brass ensembles in the world, the Boston-based Atlantic Brass Quintet is a five-piece chamber music ensemble which was founded in 1985. Winner of six international chamber music competitions, the Quintet’s distinctive sound, impeccable ensemble, stunning virtuosity, and warm, inviting stage presence have won praise from scores of critics. They shall be performing in the Soehanna Hall, the Energy building on April 26 to 27. Tickets start from Rp 500k, and available at

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May’N Live In Jakarta Upper Room Jakarta 11th - 12th Floor, Annex Building, Wisma Nusantara Complex, Jakarta


May Nakabayashi AKA May’N is a J-pop singer who blasted into the music scene in 2005. The 24-yearold has released four albums and extensively toured around Japan and surrounding countries in Asia. On May 10 she will be performing in the Upper Room, 11th floor of the Annex Building, Wisma Nusantara Complex. Tickets start from 400k and are available at

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saturday may 10

X2 Club

Futuristic Polarbears

This DJ trio from the UK has been makin headlines, especially since last year, with Hardwell being one of their fans as he has been championing Futuristic Polarbears’ new tracks in his every set since he played it at TomorrowWorld last year to 60,000 revellers. Futuristic Polarbears is set to rock X2 Club on May 3.


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Don Diablo

Don Diablo is a Dutch DJ/ producer, and if you’ve been to a club lately then you’ll most definitely be familiar with his club anthem “Starlight (Could You be Mine)”. Moreover, in 2013 Don dropped dance floor bombs on Axwell’s Axtone label, Nicky Romero’s Protocol Recordings, Steve Angello’s Size X imprint and several tracks on the Spinnin’ Records label. Warner Brothers also asked Don to create the worldwide theme song for the highly anticipated Batman Arkham Origins game. The track and the accompanying video became an instant viral hit. Don Diablo will show his skills in X2 Club on May 17.

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sunday may 18



Hailing from England, Disclosure is a two brother act, Guy and Howard Lawrence, playing everything from deep house, to synthpop and future garage. Although they’ve only been in the spotlight since 2010, Disclousre is England’s next big thing, their debut album, Settle, launched last year was nominated for best dance/electronica album in the 2014 Grammy Awards. They shall be performing in Blowfish on May 18.

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10 Questions side from making an excellent OST for The Raid (an Indonesian action movie with international critical acclaim), Sigmun also recently made headlines for not being able to fulfill an invitation to play in one of the world’s most important film and music festivals, SXSW (South by Southwest), simply because they were denied of their US Visas. TBJ got in contact with the band to hear more about their story. Formed in April 2011, Sigmun is the all-round Indonesian indie rock band. Sigmun is Haikal Azizi (vocal/guitar), Nurachman Andika (guitar), Mirfak Prabowo (bass) and Pratama Kusuma Putra (drums). Their music is mainly influenced by the two founding fathers of heavy metal, Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath. 1. What are some of your memorable performance moments. Tons! One time we made our own event on Moko Hill (Bandung’s highest point) and we


had to lug all of our equipment up there, but it was all worthwhile with the crowd having a blast. When we were touring to Malaysia we were entertained with the fact that the mosh pit was filled with a ton of girls! In Singapore we were amazed with how professional the crew were. 2. You label your genre as Freud Blues Rock. What in the world is that? It’s actually just something we made up! The idea came when we were confused to describe our genre on our Facebook page, so we thought we might as well make people curious about it. 3. What are some misconceptions about the band that you’d like to clarify? Our listeners would approach us after we play a set and would praise how deep and mesmerizing our music is, and would ask what we were high on to produce that kind of music. The fact of the matter is we play sober and only drink mineral water before each gig. By the way, we are by no any


for Sigmun means fanatic fans of Sigmund Freud, we’re just psychoanalysis posers. 4. How did you guys score the opportunity to make The Raid’s soundtrack? The project was actually first offered to our seniors, The SIGIT. But due to some technicalities they couldn’t take up the project. Coincidentally, Rekti (The SIGIT’s frontman) was currently helping us record some tracks and he told us to send a demo to The Raid producers. Lucky for us they liked it.

7. What are some of the band’s goals and dreams? Our short term goal is to finish up on the album, it’s been taking too long. We hope to tour around Indonesia and then to play in small, raw venues around the world. 8. What are the band’s proudest moments We get a kick in just having the opportunity to play in many places, meeting and playing with fellow musicians that we respect. Besides, we’re into music not because we’re after achievements or fortune haha..

5. How do you guys keep busy lately? We’re currently working material for our new album. At the same time we’re taking on lesser shows to focus on finishing the album.

9. Who is your typical listener? Our typical listeners are long-haired rocker dudes haha… but lately it’s becoming more variable, with a few perfumed chicks in the crowd.

6. Tell us about this album. There’s not much to tell as it is still a work in progress. We are experimenting with new sounds, because we don’t want to be stuck in a particular music color.

10. What’s a message that you guys want to tell your fans? Space is the place. <To find out what that means, drop them a Tweet at @Sigmuns>




fter passing through a short ‘hiatus’ out of the limelight, Tektona with a new lineup, Oland (Vocals), Amenk (Bass), Heru (Guitar), Abew (guitar) and Aca Sinaga (Drums), is back again in 2014 with a self-titled debut album which was released recently at the Rolling Stone Cafe. The first single from the album was the catchy “Kau Menghilang”, about how to keep upbeat despite having to miss people we love. This Milhard Rofan’s creation has been receiving a lot of radio airplay throughout Indonesia. Tektona are trying to put a bit of fun into the local music industry and since they will be helping to kick off the new live music room organised by us (The Beat) called The Beat Room at Fez Dungeon, we thought it would be a great time to find out a little more from these young rockers.


How long have Tektona been together? We’ve been together since March 2012, but due to frequent personal changes, we really formed in 2013. How did you meet? The original members met in one of the largest websites in Indonesia, Kaskus, but new members have come from friends in the music community and socially. What were your greatest influences when you were growing up and what are they now? In music, the band was influenced by Incubus, Switchfoot, Foo Fighters, Angels and Airwaves, Stereophonics, Radiohead, Coldplay...etc. But most of all our influence is from God. I listened to the CD after the launch at Rolling Stone and thought that you guys sounded a lot like early Dewa 19. Would you agree? Wow! It’s a pleasure to hear that… maybe


because there are songs in terms of arrangement similar to Dewa 19. But I don’t think overall it’s so much. Tell me about the CD. How did that come about and what’s happening with it now? The CD titled Tektona contains eight tracks. The album was released in March at Rolling Stone Cafe Kemang and is now distributed to all music stores. There was a hiatus for the band. What was that all about? Tektona had indeed experienced a break as we had lost our guitarist and lead vocalist. But with much support from our fans, finally we were reborn with a full format and more solidness. Where have you played before, have you toured the country? We have radio toured some areas, and for performances, we’ve had many performances at various events, but the most memorable moment was for a Sinabung charity event.

How is the single “Kau Menghilang” going on the charts and radio? We spread the single “Kau Menghilang” to many radio stations around Indonesia. And we got positive responses. Many people are requesting the song on the radio and now it’s made the charts. What’s the next move, where do you think you will be this time next year? We are still pushing the promo album that we released last month and hopefully next year we can find more success and release a new single sometime soon. What can people expect from you when you play at The Beat Room at Fez Dungeon? I not sure what people can expect from us. But we can promise the performance will be a good one. And our hope is everybody at The Beat Room at Fez can join in the fun.



The political parties will be scrutinised in this election like never before


many weekend traffic jams have you endured in Jakarta just recently as a result of street campaigning by a political party in the run-up to the legislative elections in early April? For the time being, put aside the notion that weekends can provide a temporary escape from the capital’s customary macet. That is precisely the time the political parties step up their activities for it’s when party workers have the free time to help them out and supporters are able to attend rallies. The PDI-P’s last-minute announcement, only two days before campaigning officially began, that Jakarta Governor Joko “Jokowi” Widodo would be its presidential candidate seems to have galvanised all of the parties, with much rethinking and re-strategizing now dominating the proceedings. The announcement has also given a boost to the rupiah exchange rate and the Jakarta composite stock index. Rarely has one candidate been so obviously the front-runner for the coveted position, according to multiple opinion polls, although there are still three and a half months before the presidential election in early July. However, being the front runner by such a large margin is not always the automatic advantage it may appear to be: Hilary Clinton was in a similar position when she initially decided to run for the US presidency back in 2007 but we all know what happened in the end. In the four years since the last election, an entire generation of social media-savvy voters has come of electoral age and will be voting for


the first time: There are almost 22 million of them (that’s more than the entire population of many of the world’s nations) and they account for almost 12 percent of Indonesia’s registered electorate. In this more transparent era they are accustomed to speaking their mind and will not take kindly to having the wool pulled over their eyes. All of the parties and hopefuls will need to factor into their campaigns that the newbies will be looking to support candidates who have a clear strategy and vision, and leaders who have capabilities and experience, regardless of age. The focus will be shifting to who might be the running-mate for Jokowi and who would become the new deputy Jakarta governor should he be elected president. Interestingly, should Jokowi be successful, for the first time ever, the new president and Jakarta governor could be former work colleagues. This assumes that Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, the current deputy governor, who would become governor if Jokowi is elected, is not elected as vice president in his own right. With Jokowi as president and Basuki governor, it might just make it easier for the political momentum of policies already in place in the capital to be maintained. (Jim Read)



outh Jakarta may rule the city’s foodism realm, but it doesn’t mean that other parts of town are not doing themselves proud either. One area in particular worth a mention is the massive upscale housing complex Pantai Indah Kapuk, located near the Soekarno-Hatta airport. On Jalan Marina Indah - the complex’s twokilometer main road and the connecting PIK boulevard is a one-of-a-kind dining options that can be found left and right. Getting to PIK is quite easy, just take the usual toll road to the airport and as you exit the Jakarta Inner Ring Road and enter the airport toll road, simply watch out for the PIK toll road exit. Here are some of our picks.

For the long night out:

Hops and Malt Bar and Bistro Its location might not be too convenient for the passersby to notice, but for the regulars here, Hops & Malt is a cozy pubstyle place to hang out, with reasonably priced cocktails and an offering of international food options. Considering that their main catch is a bar meant for drinks and light bites, the main courses here are surprisingly good. One item in particular that keeps on being ordered by patrons is the chicken steak. Live music and the occasional DJ are ready to entertain patrons all night long in its outdoor area. If you want to get out of your seat and interact with your buddies, the joint also provides beer games such as beer pong, beer darts and beer roulette. This establishment is one of the few places within the vicinity that remains open till late night (it starts to get busy after 9pm), and spoils its guests with a plentiful beer selections.


Hops and Malt Ruko Garden House blok B no. 17-18a Pantai Indah Kapuk Boulevard T. (021) 2903 3210

FEATURE For carnivores:

Seven to 7 Meat Shop More than just a meat shop, Seven to 7 also acts as a restaurants which customers get to see and choose the beef varieties, from Australian to Wagyu. The beef display is a good opportunity for patrons to see and compare firsthand the various quality and size of meats available. Aside from steaks, Seven to 7 also serves shabu-shabu, sausages, and sandwiches. A must try here is the Matsusaka beef, which is black-haired wagyu also known as Kuroge Washu or â&#x20AC;&#x153;Japanese Blackâ&#x20AC;?. It comes from cattle in the Matsusaka region of Mie, Japan. It is one of the most famous beef types within Japan and internationally, with a high fat-to-meat ratio.

Seven to 7 Ruko Cordoba Blok G / 21-22 Pantai Indah Kapuk T. (021) 5698 3504 For the sweet tooth:

Rati Rati Aside from bars and restaurants, Pantai Indah Kapuk hosts a number of establishments specialising in sweet treats, and one that stands out is Rati Rati. Run by a Japanese patissier, Rati Ratiâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s specialty is Japanese roll cakes. So good is the patissier, he has even won several patisserie competitions in Japan. Aside from the patissier, the ingredients used here are also flown in from Japan, all the while preserving its authentic Japanese taste. They promise that the roll cakes are made from natural ingredients and ensure low calories and cholesterol. Unlike the usual roll cakes, Rati Rati offers truly soft and smooth textured roll cakes, with a healthy dose of filling and ice cream on the side to match. The cake shop has both indoor and outdoor areas, with colorful artificial macaron tower displays here and there.


Rati Rati Rukan Cordoba G055 Pantai Indah Kapuk T. (021) 56945804


By Erza S.T.




Easter is approaching soon, I cannot help but anticipate what the Aula Simfonia Jakarta will present in their program this year. For the last few years, I have both criticised and complimented their program. Criticism mostly on how heavy the program is with Christian themes and compliments for finally opening up and presenting their audience with a larger variety in their program. For this Easter, I am giving them compliments. After a few years of having a rather “religious” Easter program, Aula Simfonia Jakarta with their resident Jakarta Simfonia Orchestra and Jakarta Oratorio Society under the lead of Dr. Stephen Tong as conductor, has finally chosen a charming program for this year. With Handel’s Messiah (only the famous part two and three of course) as the only “religious” orientated music, the rest of the program is actually very enjoyable to see. Two concertos of Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons: Autumn and

Winter will start the concert. It is a rather unusual choice, as Easter time is also the time we welcome spring! Nevertheless, I am happy to see this as the Autumn and Winter part of this work is hardly ever being performed together. Composed in 1723 by Antonio Vivaldi, The “Four Seasons” is his bestknown work and is among the most popular pieces in the classical music repertoire. The texture of each concerto is varied and resembles its respective season. My favorite concerto: Winter is peppered with silvery pizzicato notes from the high strings, calling to mind icy rain. The solo violin in this concerto is just ravishing! Surely it would be great to hear these two concertos in springtime. Aside from the Vivaldi’s pieces, the Easter program will also feature Brahms most artistic yet enigmatic work: Symphony No. 3 in F major, Op. 90. Written in 1883 at Wiesbaden six years after he completed the 2nd Symphony, Brahms wrote this symphony which is the shortest of his four symphonies.

Influential music critic Eduard Hanslick said, “Many music lovers will prefer the titanic force of the 1st Symphony; others, the untroubled charm of the Second, but the Third strikes me as being artistically the most nearly perfect.” Brahms Symphony No. 3 is a rather large composition for Dr. Stephen Tong to work on with his baton over the orchestra. It will take a lot of his musicality as well interpretation to master each movement. Thus, it will be interesting for the audience to see and enjoy such a great symphony. A group of great soloists from around the region are also invited to sing Handel’s “Messiah”. Tenor Jae Wook Lee from South Korea, soprano Cecilia Yap from Malaysia, alto Anna Koor from Singapore and baritone Noel Azcona from Philippines are great voices from around the region. It is the first Easter that I’m actually really excited with the Aula Simfonia Jakarta program.

Aula Simfonia Jakarta presents Easter Concert 2014 19 April 2014 starting from 17.00 onwards Aula Simfonia Jakarta For further information: +6221-6586 7808 or



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Random Access Memories Polished robo-funk from Pharrell’s bons amis.

Prince 1999 Funky dance goodness from before the icon became just an icon.


The list of musicians who owe Pharrell Williams a favour or two must be pretty long by now. After all, here’s a man who’s rarely put a foot wrong in the production business, possessing a Midas touch that has bolstered the career of many an artist. Despite this, he’s never quite made his mark with a solo album, so it comes as something of a surprise at the apparent ease in which his second LP, Girl, has come to fruition. At 40 years of age, the imp-faced ghetto hipster (gipster?) has finally nailed it. This is it. I’m going to go out on a limb here and say Girl will be one of 2014’s biggest hits, and yes I know it’s only March. Much has been made of the alleged sexism in last year’s collaboration with buddy Robin Thicke, and although Girl has its moments of dubious taste (see: “Gush”), it does feel like a carefully conceived antidote to the somewhat ‘rapey’ “Blurred Lines”. Here, the emphasis is arguably more celebratory than misogynistic, meaning that Williams manages to avoid falling into the creeper territory of known sex pests like R. Kelly or Chris Brown. Whatever the agenda, Girl is a record that fires out good vibes like some kind of happiness minigun, stuffed with polished beats, tight samples and luxurious breaks, that owe much to late 70s and 80s pop & funk. “Let’s all dance, and elevate each other” he enthuses on “Marilyn Monroe”, adding “You are the feelin’ I’m jamming too” on the Justin Timberlake duet “Brand New”, and that’s before we even get to “Happy” – the insanely catchy and effortlessly upbeat single released last year for animation movie Despicable Me 2. Currently lording it at the top of every chart that matters, the happy clappin’ Motown tone is simply irresistible, and crucially manages to appeal to all ages. The album’s numerous high profile collaborators are wisely deployed, and provide many of the best touches - notably the ever wonderful Alicia Keys on the R’n’B bop of “Know Who You Are”, and Miley Cyrus taking a well earned break from her busy twerking schedule to lend a hand on the mojo-workin’ “Come Get it Bae”. Elsewhere the bongo rumble of “Lost Queen” is a charming paean to femininity full of awkward chat-up lines (“What planet are you from girl, are there others like you there?”), while the airy disco of “Gust of Wind” sounds like a Quincy Jones cut from the late 70s. Everything here is just magic, and after 20 years in the game making everyone else sound good, it’s nice to see him shining solo for a change. Dan Ashcroft

Three Tales of Survival and Hope

by: pande

This issue, we have three films from three different countries, Hollywood excluded, that appeal to us not to take peace for granted. First, The Missing Picture offers you a good and fresh point of view about the Khmer Rouge’s rule in Cambodia. Next, we got a young man in dilemma while fighting for his hometown’s rights. And last, but not least, one about a group of South Koreans who let us know what fear can teach us. Check out for the schedules or get the DVDs.

The Missing Picture Documentary. Director: Rithy Panh. Writer: Rithy Panh, Christophe Bataille (commentary). Cast: Randal Douc (narrator for original French version), Jean-Baptiste Phou (narrator for English version). In 1975 life was a nightmare for Rithy Panh, the director of this film. His family and relatives were expelled from the Cambodian capital by the Khmer Rouge led by Pol Pot. So, here, Panh recreates a missing image of the atrocities made by the despotic regime in the late 1970s by using clay figures, archival footage and his insightful narration to make one of the most tantalizing documentaries ever made out of Cambodia. It won the “Un Certain Regard” prize at Cannes last year and was a nominee for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 86th Academy Awards. That surely speaks volume of this film’s quality.

OMAR Drama, Thriller. Director: Hany Abu-Assad. Writer: Hany Abu-Assad. Cast: Adam Bakri, Samer Bisharat, Waleed Zuaiter, Leem Lubany. From the director of Golden Globe-winning Paradise Now, this movie revolves around the theme of love, friendship and betrayal, a theme we are so used to. After getting arrested for the death of an Israeli soldier, a young Palestinian freedom fighter called Omar is given a tough choice of being a spy for the Israeli authority or death. This is Hany Abu-Assad’s latest movie which delves into the reality faced by those on the front lines of the conflict has clinched the Jury Prize in the “Un Certain Regard” section of the 2013 Cannes Film Festival and was a nominee at this year’s Oscar for the Best Foreign Language Film category.

Jiseul Drama, History, War. Director: O Muel. Writer: O Muel. Cast: Lee Kyeong-joon, Hong Sang-pyo, Moon Seok-beom, Yang Jeong-won. This movie recounts how the US and the nationalist Koreans erased any trace of communist rebels in the country. In the midst of the island’s bitter cold in 1948, some 120 villagers are fleeing into a cave for their very own lives as the US soldiers hunt and execute anyone in sight. With severe cold and hunger to cope with for 60 days, the villagers’ only hope is that the occupation will end soon. This black-and-white film which has won the World Cinema Dramatic Grand Jury Prize at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival not only offers us a detailed look into the tragedy but also invites us to ponder on our humanity and to stay resilient in any troubles we might be facing.



CLOUD Lounge & Living Room


Cloud is two different concepts in one place. The first is a meeting room made as comfortable as possible. The second is the rooftop lounge at the Plaza Office Tower with a view of Jakarta. Cloud Lounge & Living Room are part of the Altitude dining and lifestyle concept, which occupies floors 46 and 49 at The Plaza Office Tower. There is an outdoor side with a good view along with the bar and indoor side where you can relax at a table or in front of bar. It also has a vodka room which is 0 degrees Celsius, so guests can feel a different sensation when drinking in the room. Cloud Lounge will add another cozy hangout place, which will be overlooking the sunset in the afternoon. The views from atop the The Plaza Office Tower are incredible and the food that are mainly Spanish inspired small dishes are scrumptious. To make sure you can get a sofa booking in advance is recommended.


The Plaza Office Tower Level 46 Unit C, C1 & Level 49. Jl. MH Thamrin Kav 28-30


4pm – 2am weekdays, 4pm – 3am weekends


Soulful House, NuJazz, Chill Out, NuDisco, Deep House


Andezzz, Diena Milashovic


DJ set at 10pm from Wednesday - Sunday


Salads & Dips Spinach with Goat Cheese, Honey Vinaigrette, Mixed Dried Fruits & Nuts Tapas Marinated Salmon With Yoghurt Sauce, Vanilla & Lime Pizzas Blue Cheese, Mozarella, Chedar & Parmesan Signatures Stewed Beef On Toasted Ciabatta Bread with Gratin Aiolli all made by Exect Chef Victor Taborda.


Cocktails Tiramisu, Vanilla Cloud, Aglio Olio Martini, Apple Rosetini Mocktails Exotic Sunset, Orange Cirrus


150 – 200 pax


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STYLE New Reality

For Spring 2014, Karen Millen captures its fresh spirit in beautifully crafted and easy to pair pieces. As revealed by the designers, the essence is the same but Victoria’s Secret Summer 2014 Accessories

the attitude has changed. What they wanted to convey was modern, urban and intelligent design. So you see a range of white shirt, patchworked denim, a hint of nautical and signature leather jackets reworked in fresh white, playful stripes and a pop of colour along with simple dresses, curvy skirts, jumper, t-shirts and more. Perhaps, what the people behind Karen Millen have thought of is that each clothing is a solution piece, meaning the clothes are building blocks of a modern wardrobe. You can pair the items according to the brand’s strengths of impeccable quality and attention to detail. The modern Karen Millen woman would have these items in her closet for a sophisticated yet cool silhouette. Her clothes are a reflection of simplicity and classiness. Karen Millen Galeries Lafayette level 1, Pacific Place Jakarta Jalan Sudirman Kav. 52-53 T. 021 57973343

them all. If you had to choose though we would go for the pink, it shouts summer and it makes us feel pretty inside. Perfect for days where you have to carry all manner of things around with you or when you are heading out for a sunny day wandering the streets and visiting cafes (in malls). The glam nylon east west satchel is great for a day where you need something a little more formal but you can still get away with shiny pink. This makes a statement, it says yes I am a girl’s girl, but I mean business. The signature cosmetic bag looks great inside one of these – well if you are buying the satchel, it would be terrible not to go for the little cosmetic bag as well.

Yes we know, we haven’t even passed spring and summer, but in our heads it is always the right time to buy summery accessories. It’s girly and it’s fun and it has everything we want form Victoria’s Secret (apart from the model body of course), which means Victoria’s Secret pinks and pastel shades and summery style Plaza Senayan, 2nd Fl. bags. Victoria Leather East/West tote (Jln. Asia Afrika No. 8), Central Jakarta comes in three colours and women love


STYLE Sharing the Passion for Fine Watchmaking

Ever since 1924, the Meisterstück has represented consummate excellence, the striving for perfection and masterly craftsmanship – and has thus embodied the principles that pervade Montblanc’s production, innovation and products. This attitude also determines the extremely high standards that Montblanc upholds so that it can consistently develop and produce the finest timepieces and innovative calibres on the highest echelons of the traditional art of Swiss watchmaking in its manufactures in the Swiss Jura, in Villeret and Le Locle.

The Montblanc Meisterstück Heritage Collection is inspired by the 90-year heritage of the Meisterstück. With classical design, discriminating complications and sumptuous decorations, these elegant timepieces manifest the values of the Montblanc Meisterstück and the traditional features of fine Swiss watchmaking in every detail – thus making them their Ninety years ago, Montblanc created a owners’ lifelong companions. writing instrument that became an icon in the culture of writing: the Montblanc Montblanc Meisterstück. With functional and aesthetic Pacific Place, Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 52 design, an innovative ink supply and a - 53 No.Lt. G, No.27-28, Kebayoran Baru, manually profiled gold nib, this fountain Senayan, South Jakarta 12190 pen is the legendary writing instrument of T. 021 51402762 our time.

A Wonderfful Surprise an aluminium-magnesium alloy protects the contents even from high levels of humidity and extreme temperature fluctuations. So why not make your next trip somewhere a little more adventurous? Top quality, state-of-the-art technology and a stylish design – with Rimowa there Are you looking for something special to are no nasty surprises! go with an Easter basket? The Rimowa Topas Beauty Case is a truly remarkable Rimowa gift that doesn’t need to be hidden from Plaza Indonesia, 2nd Fl Unit 80A, 80 - 84 sight. The elegant beauty case features Jl. M.H. Thamrin Kav. 28 - 30 clever interior dividers that offer plenty T. 021 29923742 of space, while the sturdy housing made of



by: dhnshrtn MAC has always reigned supreme when it comes to collaborations: think back to the colorful Wonder Woman collection, the flashy partnerships with Heatherette and Dame Edna, and the playfulness of Archie’s Girls. Every season always includes a standout collaboration that leaves tongues wagging for the next one, and these limited-edition collections tend to sell out very quickly — just ask anyone who wanted something from the Riri Hearts MAC collection. News of a new collaboration certainly has me salivating: this summer, MAC will release a limited-edition collection with Lorde. Yep, the very same musical wunderkind of the pop world whose hair I’ve already fawned (and continue to covet) over. I’d like to personally give Lorde a high-five for making it okay to wear dark vampy lipstick again. She sported the Morticia Adams look in her Tennis Court video and the 2014 Grammy Awards, so it’s probably safe to say that the MAC collaboration will include at least one dark matte lip shade.

The collection was inspired by the following face chart, which was developed by Lorde’s own makeup artist and MAC Senior Artist Amber Dreadon. This is the look she’s been sporting on tour — and based on the face chart alone, it looks like we should be anticipating neutral brown eyeshadows, defined eyelashes, soft mauve blushers, and a deep purple lipstick (maybe a variation on the Radiant Orchid, 2014′s designated Color of the Year?). This is the only info we have on the collaboration so far: we don’t know how many products the collection will consist of, and we don’t even know what the packaging will look like. I’m sure the packaging will be amazing — how many of you have bought a limited-edition MAC products just because of kooky packaging? I know I’m guilty ;) I’ve been wearing the MAC Diva a lot as of late, so think I’m most looking forward to the getting my hands on the dark lipstick. The unnamed MAC x Lorde collection is slated to come out Summer 2014.



Goodbye Bad Hair Days,

Hello ghd Stylers! by: dhnshrtn


’m thinking about holding a funeral for my hair straightener sometime soon, because the poor thing is beginning to show signs of giving up. For one, it takes a really long time for it to heat up and once it does, it will only stay at its baseline temperature for three minutes before I have to wait for it to heat up again. Thankfully, I think I’ve found a replacement in the form of GHD. Always stylized in lowercase letters, GHD stands for “good hair day.” This English brand of hairstyling products and tools has been called the “Aston Martin of styling tools” and has won numerous beauty awards to prove their salt. These styling products are now available in Indonesia, and the particular tools that have piqued my interest are the GHD V Gold Series straighteners. GHD invited editors from Indonesian beauty publications to experience a day of pampering and hairstyling to understand just why the styling tools are so prized by professional stylists the world over. At the event, here’s why we learned GHD products stood head and shoulders above their competitors:


GHD V Gold Styler in Classic, Maxi, and Mini

Aluminum heating plates. While the heating elements are made of ceramics, the GHD V Gold series use aluminum plates because they are the best conductors for heat (therefore they heat up faster), and glide through hair with increased ease. No heat settings. During the research phase, GHD discovered that the best temperature for styling hair is 180 degrees Celcius. With three sensors that detect hair thickness, the straightener will automatically adjust the temperature according to your hair’s needs. The finer your hair, the lower the temperature setting — and vice versa.


Rolling plates and rounded edges. The purpose of these two design features is so hair will not crimp when it meets the ends of the plate. It makes curling hair even simpler and faster, which means you don’t have to invest in different tools for straightening or simple curling. Automatic shutdown. A clever little sensor will automatically turn the device off when it detects that it has not been in use for thirty minutes. I love this feature because it means I will no longer have to worry about burning down the house down if I’ve forgotten to turn off my straightener!

Universal voltage. I used to not care about the way my hair looked when I was on holiday, but with the GHD V Gold styler, there will be no more excuses: the slim, compact design will fit into any backpack and universal voltage will work in just about every country. The GHD V Gold stylers come in three different sizes (Classic, Max, and Mini), but they all retail at the same price of 2,450k. There’s also a limited edition Wonderland version of the styler priced at 2,750k, and the GHD Air hair dryer retails at 2,100k.

The limited edition ghd Wonderland 1” Styler

You can find official ghd resellers in select salons all over Indonesia. Here’s the complete list: Jakarta: Anna Wijaya Salon (Mall Artha Gading, Grand Indonesia, Mall Ambassador), D’Glam Salon (Senayan City), Irwan Team Salon (Lottemart Bintaro, Summarecon Mall Serpong, Central Park, Pondok Indah Mall 1, Gandaria City, Kota Kasablanka, Mall Kelapa Gading 3, Grand Indonesia, Emporium Pluit, Summarecon Mall Bekasi), May May Salon (Mall Taman Anggrek, Central Park, Puri Indah Mall, Mall Kelapa Gading 3, Emporium Pluit Mall, Mall Karawaci, Gandaria City), Talents Salon (Kemang) Semarang Lie Kuang Salon, AVE Salon Surabaya Arie Harry Salon & Bridal, House of David Makassar Fifie Violina Manado Redz Salon, Steiner Salon Bali Arie Harry Salon Bridal Balikpapan LeonD Salon



by: dhnshrtn


ight around Valentine’s Day, Kérastase released a new range of hair care products bottled in a light pink packaging. This range, called Cristalliste, is targeted specifically at young women to resolve the most common hair problems faced by the 1825 age group. It’s a basic four-step range which includes two different kinds of silicone-free shampoos (one for fine hair and another for thick hair), a conditioner, hair mask, and serum to address the two major hair issues: oily scalps and damaged ends. The first thing you notice from this line is the scent: it’s nothing like what Kérastase has released before, being so fresh and floral to the point of giddiness. I mean it’s a nice scent, but it also reminds me of glitter-infused body sprays, bubble gum, and all the Bath & Bodyworks products that appealed to me as an 18-yearold college freshman. So while the scent has definitely been fine-tuned for the younger set, it is perhaps a little too young for my taste. My personal favorite items out of the bunch have to be the Masque Cristal and Lumiere Liquide: the Masque Cristal is a lightweight mask formulated to be applied on towel-dried hair and left on for 5-10 minutes before being rinsed off. The Lumiere Liquide, meanwhile, is a hair serum meant t o be used as a finishing touch to add shine to dry ends. The texture is super light and non-greasy, similar to what you would experience with the L’Oreal Professionnel Mythic Oil. One pump is enough for my short, thick hair, and I keep a bottle of it on my desk for a quick touch-up on my tresses before running off to meeting or an event.


The shampoo and conditioner didn’t do much for my hair — but then again, my hair is extremely thick and chemically processed (twice-bleached, colored, and highlighted). I can imagine it doing well on virgin hair, but you’re better off sticking to other Kérastase ranges for more specific issues. The price points are similar to other Kérastase products: the Bain Cristal shampoos (250 ml) retail for 259k, the Lait Cristal conditioner (125 ml) for 299k, Masque Cristal mask (500 ml) for 775k, and Serum Cristal (125 ml) for 319k. What I found interesting was how at the media gathering, Kérastase hammered home the point of Cristalliste being an entry-level range for young women who want to use Kérastase products for the first time; meanwhile on the internet, the Cristalliste range appears to be aimed more towards people with long hair. In other words, the Kérastase Cristalliste range is great for you if you fall under one of the following groups: between the ages of 18-25, have long hair, or have virgin hair. Interested in trying it out for yourself? Head out to your favorite Kérastase salons and find out if this range is right for you.



FOOD SCOOP New Cuisine fro 365 Eco Bar Hungry around Kemang? Try 365 Eco Bar’s new selection of food. It can sure satisfy. From local to international menus, there’s so many options that you can choose. They have Chicken Cordon Bleu, and Red Chilli Chicken. There are two kinds of oxtail that you can enjoy for a main course, Oxtail Soup or Red Chilli Oxtail for you spice lovers. From pasta, you can try Red Russian Penne. But if you want something hearty, you can have Korean Beef BBQ, or maybe a quick snack, try their Fried Mozarella. Need booze after you enjoy all the food? If you come on Mondays – Thursday, you can enjoy their Happy Hour All Nite Long. For you ladies, just come on Wednesday and you will get buy 1 get 1 free on selected cocktails from 7-10pm.

365 Eco Bar, Jl. Kemang Raya No. 6, Mampang Prapatan, Jakarta Selatan T. (021) 719 1032

Sana Sini Restaurant at Pullman Hotel Jakarta After an exciting facelift at Pullman Hotel Jakarta to its dining outlets, the hotel is ready to shake up the dining scene in Jakarta! Sana Sini (here and there) offers you a stimulating gastronomic excursion into different corners of Asia and Europe through four individually designed spacious counters. The restaurant provides a superb buffet with the best of Japanese, Chinese, Western, and Indonesian cuisines. A bread and cheese counter and a dessert counter complete your dining experience. The contemporary design gives a warm and welcoming atmosphere, and the open kitchen lets you marvel at the skill of the chefs. A basket of freshly baked wheat bread with walnut, raisins, black olives are a perfect intro to your meal. And then, let all your senses go and be overwhelmed by the sights, sounds, smells, and tastes of the mouth-watering food. This could be the best buffet spread in town! Breakfast buffet: 5.30 – 10am (until 10.30am on weekends, 242k/person nett) Lunch buffet: 11.30am – 2.30pm (325k/person nett) Dinner buffet: 6pm – 10.30pm (350k/person nett) Sunday Brunch: 12 – 3pm (459k/person nett. Additional with wine 280k++/person)

Sana Sini Restaurant, Pullman Hotel Jakarta. Jl. MH Thamrin 59. T. (021) 3192 1111. Twitter: @SanaSiniPullman. Facebook: Sanasini Pullman. Instagram: @SanaSiniPullman.


FOOD Easter Charms at The Ritz-Carlton Jakarta, Mega Kuningan The Ritz-Carlton Jakarta, Mega Kuningan presents Easter Charms, an enchanting family celebration on Sunday, April 20th. Executive Chef, Rudolph Blattler and his award-winning team at Asia Restaurant presents a traditional yet lavish Easter Brunch. Try the Stuffed Crab Gratin, Rack of Lamb topped with herb-crusted butter, traditional Chinese Corner Masakan Nyonya Malaysia plus desserts galore! A teaser of the Easter brunch will also be served on Sunday, April 13. While at Lobo Restaurant, Chef de Cuisine, Jordi Bernus prepares an Easter set menu with Signature Veal Tenderloin or Fresh Alaskan Crab as part of a five-course delight, served from an Amuse Bouche surprise, choice of tantalizing mains, to the Rose Sorbet with banana cake, saffron, white chocolate apricot ganache for dessert. The set menu will also be available as your pre-celebratory menu from April 11 to 20 starting at 588k/person. Kids can also enjoy exciting activities like adventurous egg-tastic hunt, mini petting zoo, animal ride, as well as an arts and crafts competition on the fifth floor. For more info and reservations, please call (021) 2551 8888.

The Ritz-Carlton Jakarta, Mega Kuningan. Jl. Dr. Ide Anak Agung Gde Agung Kav. E.1.1 No.1 , Mega Kuningan, Jakarta 12950.

MANGO TREE BISTROBAR, NEW AT PLAZA SENAYAN Mango Tree, the world’s leading Thai restaurant brand, has joined forces (and flavours) with ‘the world’s greatest mixologist’ Joseph Boroski to launch the hip, new Mango Tree Bistrobar Plaza Senayan. With a chic and contemporary settings complete with a showpiece ‘long bar’, the place is ready to shake things up in Jakarta with authentic Thai dishes with a creative twist and a genuine bistro experience. Enjoy favorites like Pomelo Salad with Shrimp, and the spicy sensation that is Papaya Salad with Salted Egg. Expect authentic Thai comfort food like Stir-fried Beef with Holy Basil, Grilled Chicken with Lemongrass Served with Tamarind and Lime ‘Jim Jeaw’ Sauce, and Deep Fried Seabass with Mango Salad. Don’t forget desserts like Durian Panna Cotta and the timeless classic like Ripe Mango with Sticky Rice. Moving on to drinks, world class Mixologist Joseph Boroski will leave you amazed with his new and cool Thai-infused cocktails like Green Mango Margarita, Chili Pineapple Martini and Lemongrass Mojito! For a unique Thai cuisine and cocktail experience, look no further than Mango Tree Bistrobar.

Mango Tree Bistrobar. Plaza Senayan Level P5, Jl. Asia Afrika – Senayan, Jakarta.T. (021) 572 5338. Facebook: Mango Tree Jakarta.




pened in November 2013, Kedai Kopi has a unique setting. The restaurant is situated inside a trendy furniture store. And with no real separation, the eatery looks like a part of the store. Unusual, but we kinda If you feel like having pasta, try the Spaghetti like it. dishes like the Carbonara, the Chicken Pesto, or At lunchtime Kedai Kopi 89 serves plenty of the Seafood Aglio Olio, all priced at 32k. Asian options of rice and noodle dishes. The place is quite popular for nearby office crowds The steak selection has Prime Australian Sirloin to get their fix of nasi gorengs, bakmis, and and Prime New Zealand Rib Eye (75k each) for kwetiaus. These old-school Oriental favorites your red meat cravings, but Kedai Kopi 89 also juxtapose nicely with the chic contemporary has Dori Steak (45k) if you want something different. All of these steak dishes are served setting of the restaurant. with French fries or mashed potato, creamy We visited Kedai Kopi 89 on a recent early spinach, corn kernels, and your choice of sauce evening, where the dining menu becomes a little (mushroom, pesto, wasabi mayo, or BBQ). simpler.There are some of the Eastern fares, but we saw a good option of Western dishes mixed The rice favorites here are the Oxtail Soup with Steamed Rice (50k), Hainan Chicken Rice (32k), in there, too. and our personal favorite, the Special Fried Rice The starters have more Western influences, with Chicken Sambal Matah (40k). We love such as Nachos (29k), Calamari (25k), or the tasty intoxicating kick of the Balinese-style Mozzarella Fritters (25k), but you can also get sambal! While the old favorite Chicken Noodle some Mayonnaise Shrimp Cakwe (25k) or Fried with Dumpling and Meatballs (22k) represents security and comfort like no other. FYI, they Shrimp Meatballs (22k) as well.



go the extra length to find the perfect noodle, all the way to the corners of Chinatown in the North of Jakarta. The results? Simply superb. As for the dessert, you canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t go wrong with the Banana Fritters with Nutella (15k); just a straightforward pisang goreng with a chocolaty dip. Yummy! The new-on-the-menu Apple meetings, or even romantic rendezvous, you can make Kedai Kopi 89 a good option in Kemang. Crumble (25k) is also wonderful. (Budi Iskandar) Kedai Kopi 89 is getting a reputation for their affordable coffees like the Black Coffee (9k) and Kedai Kopi 89 Cappuccino (16k); a great picker-upper for the working crowd. But we have to say that they also Kemang 89 Building, 1st fl. do a mean, cool Green Tea Frappuccino (25k) Jl. Kemang Raya No. 89, and a refreshing, funky-colored Strawberry Jakarta Selatan T. 081296915885 Orange Juice (20k). Opening hours: 10am â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 10pm This is a nice place for a meal, or just to hang (Until midnight on weekends) out and chill. For lunch, dinner, casual business



b.a.t.s T

he Shangri-La Hotel is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. B.A.T.S. (Bar and Restaurant At The Shangri-La) was established a year later, in 1995. Since then it has become a popular and lively hangout place for drinks, good live bands, and Americanised portions of delicious Western dishes.

After office hours on a recent rainy midweek, my dear friend Clarissa and I decided to check B.A.T.S. out again. It’s been quite a long time since we came here last. Well, the place hasn’t changed much (Why mess with a good thing?). B.A.T.S. brings New York underground vibes with an industrial look of exposed brick walls and ceiling that’s pretty much part of the charm. Cartoon paintings of loyal patrons over the years adorning the walls add a nice, friendly touch. Some of our friends joined us there, and we started digging through the menu. Some Martinis (144k) got our conversation going nicely, then we shared the B.A.T.S. Tower For Two (105k); a combo of Mexican starters of baked nachos, chicken flautas and cheesy quesadillas. Our evening got off to a good start. Maybe it was the rain, or maybe we were just that hungry, we also ordered the tasty 43CM (17”)


Like fine wine, this legendary place keeps getting better than ever!


After finishing our main dishes, we took some time out to enjoy the live music. The home band is from the UK and they had a good mix of tracks including some 90s favorites which we all love. Before we went, we shared a favorite dessert. The Baked Chocolate Brownies (50k) looked like a piece of modern art, but we didn’t end up enjoying it visually too long. Down it went in no time flat. Thin Crust Pizza (140k); half with pepperoni and One last thing, you just have to try the signature the other half with seafood. De-lish! cocktail, the potent Urban B.A.T.S. Now that’s a Clarissa clearly loved her succulent, fall-off-the- drink and a half! bone Slow Roasted JD Pork Baby Back Ribs (190k), while I enjoyed the Garlic Rubbed US If you feel like indulging yourself with huge Porterhouse (470k); 400 grams of oversized portions of delectable Western dishes and T-shaped bone with juicy meat on each side, tantalizing tipples, B.A.T.S. is a great choice! grilled to perfection. It’s huge and rather pricey, but trust me, it’s worth every penny! I couldn’t With plenty of amazing dishes still to try, decide on which sauce to get, so I asked for a Clarissa and I are already planning our next little bit of each (black pepper, mushroom, JD visit. My next target? The Cajun BBQ Beef Ribs BBQ, red wine, and lemon butter), and the staff (195k)! (Budi Iskandar) kindly delivered. The wonderful Wagyu and Brie Burger (275k) also made it to our table; 300-gram of Wagyu B.A.T.S. beef served in a square bun with brie and Shangri-La Hotel Jakarta Jl. Jend. Sudirman 1 caramelized onion. T. (021) 2939 9562 Opening hours: 5pm – 2am




Balboni Ristorante

Kota Kasablanka Mall, Tower A Lobby, Jl. Casablanca Raya Kav.88, Jakarta Selatan T. 29568712

Opening Hours:

Sun – Thu: 11am – midnight Fri & Sat: 11am – late

Welcome to an Italian restaurant with an interesting twist!


alboni first opened its doors almost one year ago. Located at the lobby of the office building right next to Kota Kasablanka Mall (accessible from the mall), it is another venture by the good people of Mount Scopus Group, which brought you The Harvest Patissier & Chocolatier, Negev Art Gallery Bar, and Chateau Blanc. At first glance, Balboni sounds, and looks, like just another pleasant Italian restaurant. The island bar welcomes you as you step in, providing a nice focal point. The signature cocktails are perfect for a drink with friends after work. The open kitchen and the grocery racks add a casual and friendly vibe to the place.


A striking feature of the restaurant is the outdoor area, perfect for al fresco dining on a nice evening. It is also a great place to hold events. There are plenty of antipasti, bruschetta and salad options to start your meal. But after the basket of complimentary freshly baked bread (which was excellent), we decided to start with a bowl of Minestrone Soup (40k); a hearty, traditional Italian vegetable soup, with a crispy bread on top. The soup just makes you warm and fuzzy inside. The homemade pastas are also worth a try, like the Beef Lasagna (80k) and the Gnocchi Ai Quattro Formaggi (85k), both are as delicious as they come.

FOOD with pizza or pastas and topped with Sri Lankan toppings. Mmm… we’ll come back and try them next time. Back to the Italian specialty, we highly recommend the Mango Tiramisu (60k). This could just be the best tiramisu creation in town! Love it! And smoothies like the Strawberry and Pineapple along with the Lychee and Kiwi (55k each) are very refreshing drinks to balance your savory meal. Our favorite main course, though, is the Tonno Al Sesamo (125k), or char-grilled tuna with sesame, grilled vegetables, and rocket salad. The fish is really fresh, and well complemented by the sesame and the magnificent special sauce.

Balboni is one unique restaurant that combines two worlds effortlessly. You want delicious Italian dishes? You got it! How about Sri Lankan? You’re also in the right place! This is a great addition to the capital's dining scene. (Budi Iskandar)

The pizzas and risotto dishes are among the favorites at Balboni. But we want to tell you about the interesting twist we spoke about earlier. Well, there are also a good number of Sri Lankan dishes which are also popular among the patrons here. We wanted to see if this restaurant with two distinct specialties can pull it off. And they can indeed! The Chicken Curry (90k) is made with boneless chicken, cooked in flavorsome herbs and spices, and came with a choice of paratha bread, basmati rice, or ‘hoppers’.The curry has quite a kick, but it’s so tasty it just leaves you wanting for more! There are also fusion dishes made


GIZMOS Bacon Scented iPhone Alarm

In an unexpected collaboration between Apple and Oscar Mayer, the duo has released a new bacon scented alarm clock that is compatible with iPhone. The new gadget entitled “Wake Up & Smell The Bacon” works synonymously with your iPhone alarm clock so instead of that annoying “chime” that everyone hates, you can start your day with some freshly cooked bacon. The gadget still appears to be in its testing phase, however you can sign up to test the product or receive an alert when the product hits stores. Stay tuned for the official release of the “Wake Up & Smell The Bacon.” £22

Leica X Vario with Silver Finish

Following its debut last summer, the Leica X Vario – essentially a miniaturized take on the Leica M– has returned for Spring 2014 with a brand new silver finish. This aesthetic alternative to the blacked-out original retains the same specs as its all-black counterpart, boasting a 16MP APS-C sensor alongside a Vario Elmar 18-46mm f/3.56.4 ASPH lens (35mm equivalent. 28-70mm), a 3.0″ 920k-dot wide-angle LCD monitor, and full HD video recording with 1920×1080 pixels at 30 frames per second. A remarkably highperformance package considering its size, the German-made X Vario – complete with its new silver finish – will soon be available at select Leica dealers for $2,850 USD.


PhoneSoap UV Smartphone Sanitizer

As spring approaches, many people take on the daunting task of ridding their lives of what is not important and/or cleaning what has become dirty over the past year. But what about the one piece of hardware we take everywhere and use more than anything else? Our phones are much dirtier than you think, and according to PhoneSoap, it contains 18 times more bacteria than a public restroom. Phones act as a breeding ground for bacteria as their battery keeps them warm and are generally stored in warm places like our pockets and bags. PhoneSoap however, has the answer with its tanning-bed-like design that uses an ultraviolet light to clean our mobile devices in less than four minutes. No heat, liquid or harmful chemicals are required. This device fits just about any smartphone and is currently available here in black and white for $59.95 USD.

Sony SRS-X7 & SRS-X5 Speakers

Sony brings two new entrants to the wireless speaker market with the unveiling of the SRS-X7 and SRS-X5 speakers. While each device features Bluetooth streaming with AAC and aptX support, ClearAudio+, one-touch listening, aux input, subwoofers with dual passive radiators, and USB charging, the higher-end SRS-X7 comes complete with 32W of power, six hours of playback, and Wi-Fi connectivity. The SRSX5 however offers 20W of power, three color options and eight hours of playback, but no Wi-Fi. Both models are currently available for $200 USD and $300 USD respectively.

GIZMOS Nikon 1 V3 Camera

Information on Google’s Smartwatch by LG Leaks to Public

Nikon has unveiled the newest addition to its 1 series of cameras: the 1 V3. Aimed at enthusiast photographers, the V3 improves upon the formula of the outgoing V2 with an improved 18.4 megapixel sensor and new image processing chip. Additional features include built-in WiFi, 1080/60p video capture and slow motion video capture at 720p resolution. There’s also a tilting 3″ LCD touchscreen and the choice of two new 1 NIKKOR lenses: a 10-30mm f/3.55.6 PD-Zoom and 70-300mm f/4.5-5.6. The camera will be launching in April for $1,200 USD as a kit which includes the camera, 10-30mm lens, viewfinder and grip.

In continued contribution to the wearable tech conversation as prompted by devices like Google Glass and Samsung Gear, new information regarding Google‘s LGproduced smartwatch has surfaced. News of the watch, which still has yet to be officially named, comes ahead of the tech giant’s I/O developer conference in June. So far, we know that the smartwatch will fashion a convenient 1.65 inch IPS LCD display with 280 x 280 pixel resolution. Said to run on Google’s equivalent to Apple’s Siri, the device will also feature 512mb of RAM and 4GB of internal storage. While other details such as the processor and battery type are yet to be reported, look for more information on Google and LG’s forthcoming project ahead of its projected summer announcement.

Analogue Interactive’s Aluminum NES Console Everyone remembers the original Nintendo Entertainment System as the grandfather of all gaming systems. Paying homage to this iconic gaming console, Analogue Interactive, known for creating impressive gaming systems made form the highest quality wood has designed a custom NES fashioned from a solid block of aluminum. The NES has been named the Analogue Nt and is compatible with both Nintendo and Famicom game cartridges. Analogue Interactive isn’t releasing too many details regarding the project, however the Analogue Nt is supposedly set to drop around the end of March. $649.00

Spalvieri/Del Ciotto Studio Hoop Bluetooth Speaker

Industrial designer duo Simone Spalvieri and Valentina Del Ciotto have combined their wits to produce a versatile Bluetooth speaker, dubbed the Hoop. This doughnut-shaped wireless speaker comes with two accessories – a rubber cord that allows you to attach it to whatever you want, and a soft hook to hang it on a wall. The Hoop is made with an ABS rubber finish and steel components, and further features touch volume buttons on its back as well as a battery that offers eight hours of continuous play. $299


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Club Voyeur at illigals MAP E6 Jl. Hayam Wuruk 108 Jakarta Barat : 021 – 629 8899 Colloseum MAP A6 Jl Kunir No 7 Kota Tua Jakarta Barat : 021 690 1221 / 23 diagonale MAP M2 Plaza Senayan. Jl. Asia Afrika No8 Gelora Tanah Abang. Senayan : 021-5725570 DOMAIN MAP M2 Mash Up Senayan City. Panin Tower, Senayan City, Basement 2 Jl Asia Afrika : 021-7278.1641 DRAGONFLY MAP U1 Classic, House Graha BIP Jl. Jend Gatot Subroto kav 23 : 021-520.6789 Empirica map p5 Events/Functions and Night Life Space SCBD LOT 8 HALL A, Kawasan Niaga Terpadu Sudirman, Jalan Jendral Sudirman Kav 52-53 : 021-51400388 : 0812 9008 0841 Exodus Jakarta Map N8 Dining, Club, Lounge Kuningan City Mall 5th 6th 7th Floor : 085811567567 Twitter : @exodusjakarta Facebook : Exodus Jakarta FABLE LOUNGE MAP O5 Kawasan SCBD. Jl. Jend Sudirman Kav 52-53 Lot 22 : 021-515 5008 Flirt Bar MAP C9 Fashion Hotel 10th Floor Jl. Gunung Sahari 12 No. 2A Jakarta Pusat : 021-649.0808 The Foundry No. 8 MAP N5 Urban lifestyle district Kawasan Niaga Terpadu Sudirman (SCBD) Lot. 8 Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav. 52-55 : 021-515 1529

GOLDEN CROWN MAP C6 Nightclub, Discotheque, Karaoke, Resto & Lounge, Health Club, Spa House, Funky Kota Glodok Plaza 5-8 Fl Jl Pinangsia Raya No.1 Jakarta Pusat : 021-6230.2888 HARD ROCK CAFE MAP O6 Ground Floor #G-05, SCBD LOT 3-5, Jl Jend Sudirman Kav, 54-55, Kawasan Scbd, Jakarta, South Jakarta City, Jakarta 10350, Indonesia : 021-31990164 PRIVE MAP N3 House fX Lifestyle X’nter f8 Jl. Jend Sudirman Pintu Satu Senayan : 021-2555 4489 IMMIGRANT MAP J7 Resto-Bar-Club House Plaza Indonesia 6th Floor #E02-03 Access from new Louis Vitton lobby : 021- 3983.8257/58 Malioboro MAP E6 Bar-Karaoke-Club Jalan Gadjah Madah No. 13 : 021-63850000 MILLENIUM MAP E6 Bar-Karaoke-Club Plaza Gajah Mada Fl 5 + 6 Jl.Gajah Mada No.19-26 Jakarta Pusat : 021-633.8842 MOOVINA MAP J7 Plaza Indonesia 4th Floor #06 Jakarta Pusat 10350 021-2992 4567 / 3999 MUSRO MAP G9 Legendary Club Hotel Borobudur Jl. Lapanagan Banteng Selatan No.1 Jakarta Pusat : 021-384.2050 NU CHINA Map : U5 Mixed crowd, mixed dance music. Jl. Kemang Raya No. 24. Kemang. : 021 - 719 3854 RED SQUARE MAP N3 Vodka Classic, Commercial House Plaza Senayan Arcadia unit X 105

Jl. New Delhi No.9 Pintu 1 : 021- 5790.1281 STADIUM MAP D6 Underground Club House, Progressive, Trance Jl. Hayam Wuruk No.111 : 021- 626.3323 sun city MAP C6 Karaoke, Resto and Club Gd. Lindeteves Trade Center lt. 6. Jalan Hayam Wuruk N°127 : 021- 62201900 TEMPUS MAP D6 Live Music and DJs Ritz Carlton JL. Lingkar. Mega Kuningan : 021- 2551.8888 TIGA PULUH MAP L7 Band and DJ Le Meridien Hotel Jl.Jend Sudirman Kav 18-20 Jakarta Pusat : 021-251.3131 TRIPLE NINE MAP U5 House, Electro Jl. Kemang Raya No. 20a : 021-718.2284 X2 MAP N3 X2 – Equinox Vintage Music, Rnb, House Electro, Progressive Plaza Senayan 4th & 5th Floor : 021-572.5559 / 572.556 X9 MAP T5 Castillo Building, Ground Floor. Jl. Kemang Raya 10A. Jakarta Selatan. : 021-7179 4492 2ND FLOOR MAP U6 Dine & Lounge Jl. Kemang Raya No. 43 A Jakarta Selatan : 021 - 718 2555

Bars 365 ECO BAR MAP T5 Eco Bar Eclectro-House Jl. Kemang Raya No. 6 Jakarta Selatan : 021-7191032 ALBERO MAP O10 Jl. Tebet Raya No. 58 Jakarta Selatan. : 021-8312634 Attics Map U-5 Jl. Kemang Raya No. 24 A

CLUB.BARS.restaurants Jakarta Selatan : 021-2553 9450 / 51 Boutique Ktv Map N-3 Plaza Senayan Arcadia Unit X 205 – 207. Jl. New Delhi No. 9. Pintu 1 Senayan. Jakarta : 021-5790 1283 BURGUNDY MAP I7 Exclusive cocktail bar Hotel Grand Hyatt. Jalan M. H. Thamrin Jakarta Selatan : 021-2992.1234 CAFE DE HOOI MAP U1 Expat hangout Jl. Metro Duta Raya Plaza II Pondok Indah Jakarta Selatan : 021-750 0742 D’PLACE MAP X3 Steak & Beer House Unplugged Sarinah Building Jl. Mh Thamrin No.11 Gf North Gate Jakarta Pusat : 021-310.7177 DeBurse Map O4 Equity Tower – SCBD Lot 9 Lower Ground Unit E Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav 52 – 53 Jakarta 12190 : 021-2903 5451 Eden Lounge Map N8 Jl. Gatot Subroto Kav 16. Jakarta Selatan : 021-526 7827 Equal Park MAP J9 Bar & Resto, Live Band, DJ Jl. Jaksa No. 7 Kebon Sirih – Menteng, Jakarta Pusat : 021-3918547 Fez Bar MAP V5 Jl. Kemang Raya No. 78-B : 021-719 2677 Molly Malone’s MAP S6 Irish food and beer Senayan Arcadia Senayan : 021-7183382 Monstore Bar #01 : John Doe Artsy Bar Map : U6 Jl. Kemang Raya No. 72C : 021-71796282 Murphy’s Irish Pub

MAP S6 Irish food and beer Kemang Raya 11a Kemang. : 021-718 3382 : 0818 833 643 MO BAR MAP K8 Clubbing Lounge Mandarin Oriental Hotel Jalan M.H. Thamrin, PO BOX 3392, Jakarta : 021-2993 8888 POSTE 47 MAP O8 Resto Bar The East Building Jl. Lingkar Mega Kuningan kav e32 : 021-2554.2707 SHY ROOFTOP MAP U6 Kemang 6 Building The Papilion, level 4 Jalan Kemang Raya no.45AA : 021-719 9921 S.L.A.M Map : X7 Sky Lounge At Mercure Mercure Jakarta Simatupang Jl. R.A Kartini No.18 Lebak Bulus : 021-75999.777 Twitter : @SLAM_TheSkybar Facebook : Slam SkyloungeatMercure THE CAZBAR MAP O8 International dining Jalan Mega Kuningan Jakarta Selatan : 021-5764582 TIPSY MAP T6 Wine & Bar DJ The Beat Building 2nd Floor Jl. Kemang Raya No. 29 Jakarta Selatan : 021-718.2970 UMBRA MAP T4 Cool live music lounge Jl. Taman Kemang 1, No6 Kemang. : 021-718 1148

Restaurants APHRODITES MAP M9 Expat resto and sports Club Rasuna Jl. H.R Rasuna Said kav c-22 : 021-527.3307 AL NAFOURA MAP L6 Middle Eastern

Le Meridien Hotel Jl. Jend Sudirman kav 18-20 : 021 - 251 3131 ANATOLIA MAP U5 Turkish Jl. Kemang Raya no. 110A Jakarta Selatan : 021-719 4658 AH YAT SEAFOOD MAP N3 Chinese Jl. Pintu Lima Kompleks Gelora Senayan Jakarta Selatan : 021-570 5333 Aruba MAP Q2 Caribbean Resto & Bar Pasaraya Building GF & UG Floor Jl. Iskandarsyah II No.2 : 021-7278 0419 Balboni MAP K10 Italian dining Kota Kasablanka Mall, Tower A, Lobby. Jl. Casablanca Raya Kav. 88, : 021-29568712 pizza barboni Map T5 Italian pizzas and food Jl. Kemang 1, No 72 Kemang : 021-7181101

Twitter : @Bistronomy_JKT BLACK CAT MAP N3 Jazz Supper Club Plaza Senayan Arcadia Units X-208/209 Jl. New Delhi - Pintu 1 Senayan - Jakarta Selatan : 021-5790 1264 BLUE ELEPHANT MAP J9 Thai Royal Cuisine Jl. Cut Meutia No. 2 Menteng Jakarta Pusat : 021-315 0980 Bluegrass MAP M9 American Grill Bakrie Tower Ground Floor - Kawasan Rasuna Epicentrum, JL. HR. Rasuna Said - Kuningan : 021-29941660 : 0816700770 C’S MAP I7 Fine dining experience. Hotel Grand Hyatt. Jalan M. H. Thamrin Jakarta Selatan : 021-2992 1234 CALI DELI MAP K9 Vietnamese Sandwich Jl. Surabaya No. 22 Menteng Jakarta Pusat : 021-9801 1061

BISTRO BARON MAP I6 French dining Plaza Indonesia Extension , Level 1, Unit E 20-21 : 021-299-23505

CANTEEN MAP O5 American Style Pacic Place Level 4 SCBD Jl. Jend Sudirman kav 52-53 Jakarta Selatan : 021-579 73742

BIRDCAGE MAP Q4 A casual resto focussing on Euro comfort food. Jl. Wijaya 9/23 Jakarta Selatan : 021-739 2430

CANTEEN MAP K6 International dining Plaza Indonesia 5th Floor. Jl M H Thamrin Kav 28-30, Jakarta Pusat : 021-315 6537.

BEYOND MAP P4 European Asian Graha Iskandarsyah Lobby Level Jl. Iskandarsyah Raya No. 66 C Jakarta Selatan : 021-727 91832

Capocaccia MAP O5 Italian, tasty sandwiches Pacific Place, Jl. Jend. Sudirman : 021-57973658

Bistronomy Map O4 A Unique Fine Dining Experience Jalan Ciranjang (Ciniru 1 No.2) Jakarta Selatan : 021-739-6655

CASA D’ORO MAP I7 Italian fine-dining. Hotel Indonesia Kempinski Jl. MH Thamrin No. 1, : 021-2358.3871 circo bistro MAP P4


CLUB.BARS.restaurants Restaurants Jl. Gunawarman no. 30 : 021-739 57 05 CAZBAR MAP 08 Expat hangout and dine JL Mega Kuningan Kantor Taman E3.3 unit A1. Mega Kuningan : 021-5764582 COQUELICOT MAP V5 French bistro Jl. Puri mutiara Raya no 3b Cipete, Jeruk Purut – Kemang. : 021-7663216 COMMON PEOPLE MAP T3 International menu Jl. Kemang Raya 2, No6 Kemang. : 021-7181843 CORK & SCREW MAP M8 International menu Ground Fl. Jl. HR.Rasuna Said Kav B4, Wisma Kodel Kuningan. : 021-52902030 Plaza Indonesia. 1st Floor, Unit 127 A-D, Jl. M.H. Thamrin Kav 28-30 : 021-3199 6659 COWBOY SALOON MAP u4 Jl. Taman Kemang 29 Jakarta : 021-718 3007 DAPUR BABAH ELITE MAP G7 Classic Jakarta Jl. Veteran No. 18-19 Jakarta Pusat : 021 - 385 5653 DECANTER MAP N9 Mediterranean Plaza Kuningan, Menara Utara, Ground Floor Jl. H. R. Rasuna Said Kav. C1114 - Jakarta Pusat : 021- 529 63 888 DE BURSE CAFE map O4 Western expat bar and restaurant Equity Tower, LG Unit E, SCBD lot 9, Jl. Jenderal Sudirman : 021 - 2903 5451 Die Stube map T 4 German dining


Plaza Bisnis Kemang 1 GF Jl. Kemang Raya no. 2 Jakarta Selatan : 021 - 7179 34 86 DOMAIN MAP Q5 Resto and mashup. Panin Tower B2 Floor, Senayan City Jalan Asia Afrika Kav. 19 Jakarta 10270 : 021 - 7278 1641 EASTERN PROMISE MAP 64 Indian and western food Jl Kemang Raya 5 Jakarta Selatan : 021-7179 0151 El Asador MAP T5 South American Woodfire Grill & Brew Kemang Point Building Ground Floor Jl. Kemang Raya No. 3 : 021- 718 2206 E&O MAP O7 Thai Viet cuisine Menara Rajawali, Mega Kuningan. : 021-29023418 FEZ/KINARA MAP R5 Indian and western food Jl. Kemang Raya No. 78-B. Kemang : 021-7192677 Goods Diner MAP N5 Breakfast, lunch, dinner,late night Fairground, SCBD Sudirman : 021-515 2969 Graffiti Map X7 International Hotel Mercure Jakarta Simatupang Jl R A Kartini No 18 Lebak Bulus : 021-75999777 HACIENDA MAP O3 Mexican Grill Plaza Senayan Arcadia Unit X 105. Jl. New Delhi No. 9. Pintu 1. Senayan : 021-5790 1469 HAN GANG MAP P5 Korean Jl. Wolter Monginsidi no. 99 Kebayoran Baru Jakarta Selatan : 021-7278 7789

Hard Rock Café Map O4 International Pacific Place Jakarta Unit G 05 SCBD : 021-5797 3055 Twitter : @hardrockcafejkt Facebook : Hard Rock Café Jakarta IMMIGRANT MAP J7 Resto-Bar-Club House Plaza Indonesia 6th Floor #E02-03 Access from new Louis Vitton lobby : 021-3983.8257/58 PRIVE MAP O3 International dining fX lifestyle X’nter f8, Jl. Jend. Sudirman Senayan - Jakarta Selatan : 021-3003 0330 JIMBARAN MAP A8 Beachside resto Pantai Karnaval Ancol Jakarta Utara : 021-640 1040 KADO MAP K7 Traditional Japanese Intercontinental Mid Plaza LG Floor. Jl. Jend Sudirman Kav. 10-11 Jakarta Pusat : 021 - 573 2030 ext. 6703 / 4735 KOI CAFÉ & GALLERY MAP S6 International dining Saberro House Jl. Kemang Raya No.10aJakarta Selatan : 021-719 5707 KAFE PISA MAP I8 Ice Cream & Italian Jl. Gereja Theresia 1 Menteng Jakarta Pusat : 021-3100 151/ 3928568 LA LUCE MAP K10 Italian dining Jl. Teuku Cik Di Tiro 4 Menteng - Jakarta Pusat : 021-315 3252 / 316 0288 LARA DJONGGRANG MAP K10 Indonesian Traditional Jl. Teuku Cik Di Tiro 4 Menteng - Jakarta Pusat : 021-315 3252 / 316 0288

liberica MAP S3 Coffee Shop Jl. Kemang Raya No 6 Colony Building Kemang Liquid Exchange MAP M9 International dining Epicentrum Walk, Ground Floor 6F – Unit W 136 B Jalan H.R Rasuna Said : 021-2994 1441 LOWEY MAP O7 Hangout and good western food and drinks Oakwood Condiminions Lingkar, Mega Kuningan Jakarta : 021-2554 2378 LUCY IN THE SKY MAP N6 Hangout and local & western food and drinks Jl Jendral Sudirman Kav 52 - 53, Lot 14, SCBD : 021-5152308 Luna Negra MAP N5 Italian,Asian,Chinese Plaza Bapindo, Citibank Tower, Ground Floor. Jl. Jendral Sudirman Kav. 54-55. Sudirman. : 021-2995 0077 LYON MAP J7 French dining Mandarin Oriental. Jl. MH. Thamrin No. 1 : 021-29938888 Madam kwok MAP N9 Peranakan Cuisine Kota Kasablanka Upper Ground FU-19 Jl. Casablanca Raya Kav. 88 : 021-739 8156 Molley malone’s Irish Pub MAP N3 International dining Plaza Senayan Arcadia, Jalan New Delhi, Senayan : 021-579 01433 MOOVINA MAP J7 International dining Plaza Indonesia 4th Floor #06 Jakarta Pusat 10350 021-2992 4567 / 3999 Murphy’s Irish Pub & Restaurant MAP T5 International dining Kemang Raya 11a Kemang.

CLUB.BARS.restaurants : 021-718 3382 : 0818 833 643 NUTMEG MAP R5 European Oktroi Plaza. Jl. Kemang Utara Raya No.1 Kemang. : 021-7195020 OCHA & BELLA Map I8 International dining Jl KH Wahid Hasyim no 70 Menteng Jakarta Pusat 10340 021-3105 777 / 999 Otel Lobby Map M9 International dining Jl Epicentrum Tengah South Gate Entrance (The Annex Building of Bakrie Tower) Rasuna Epicentrum Kuningan Jakarta Selatan : 021-29941324 Pad@28 Map O4 Jl. Tulodong Atas No. 28 Jakarta Selatan : 021-527 4085, 527 4088 PASTA DE WARAKU MAP I6 Japanese casual pasta Grand Indonesia, East Mall, Level 3A. : 021 - 2358 0916 Pondok Indah Mall 2 Level 3 : 021 - 7592 0608 Mall Taman Anggrek, Unit E 16 A , Level 2 : 021 - 563 9590 PASTIS MAP M8 International dining The Kuningan Suites Apartment Jl. Setiabudi Utara, Kuningan : 021- 5260 260 PAULANER MAP I7 German Brauhaus in the heart of Jakarta. Hotel Indonesia Kempinski Jl. MH Thamrin No. 1, : 021- 2358.3871 Potbelli map Q 2 International dining Blok M Square Lt.5 Tennant 11 no. 07 Jl. Melawai V Jakarta Selatan : 021-2904 2540

parc 19 MAP S2 International dining Jl. Taman Kemang 19, Kemang. : 021-719 9988 PIZZA E BIRRA MAP I6 Pizza & Beer Plaza Indonesia Extension 5th Floor, Unit E 22-23 JL.MH Thamrin Jakarta Pusat : 021-319 28070 PLANET HOLLYWOOD MAP O6 International dining Jl. Gatot Subroto kav 16 Jakarta Selatan : 021-526 7827 PORTICO MAP N2 East Meet West Senayan City, Panin Tower Ground Floor Unit 0. Jl. Asia Afrika - Jakarta Selatan : 021-727 81 641

Jakarta Pusat : 021-574 6452

Kav 3.2 No 1 - Jakarta Pusat : 021-5793 8574

SCORE! MAP X3 International and Indonesian Cilandak Town Square Jakarta Selatan : 021-7592.0279

VIETOPIA MAP O4 Vietnamese Jl. Senopati no. 66 Kebayoran Baru Jakarta Selatan : 021-726 1162

SEGARRA MAP A7 Dining-Lounge Pantai Carnaval - Ancol Bay City. Jl. Lodan Timur No. 7 Jakarta Utara : 021-9959 9404 SHANGHAI BLUE MAP I8 Jazz Lounge & Restaurant Jalan Kebon Sirih 77-79 : 021-391 8690 SHY MAP U6 Elegant fine dining The Papilion, level 4 Jalan Kemang Raya no.45AA : 021-719 9921

POTATO HEAD MAP O5 Western Pacic Place Mall Jend. Sudirman, Jakarta : 021-5797 3322

SKYE MAP K7 Mixed dining and bar Jl. M. H. Thamrin No. 1 Menara BCA level 56 : 021-2358 6996

RAMEN 38 MAP Q3 Japanese Ramen noodles and more. Kamome Building Lt. 2, Melawai, Blok M Jakarta Selatan : 021-7280 0268

SOCIAL HOUSE MAP I7 Restaurant, Bar, Wine Harvey Nichols Grand Indonesia East Mall 1st Floor Jl. MH Thamrin No. 1 Jakarta Pusat : 021-2358 1818 SPANKY’S MAP T6 Martini’s and ribs. Jl. Kemang Raya 24A Jakarta Selatan : 021-719 4274

RATATOUILLE MAP L8 French cuisine and bar Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said Kav 20 Kuningan : 021-5290 0351 ROLLING STONE CAFE MAP W7 International dining Jln. Ampera 16. Kemang, Jakarta : 021 782 2828 saffron MAP T4 Gastropub, Bar & grill Jl. Kemang Raya 16A, Unit 10, Kemang. (behind boxmart) : 02171796005 SAKANA MAP K6 Japanese light meal Mid Plaza 1 Basement Floor Jl. Jend Sudirman Kav 10-11

VIN + MAP 6 Casual but stylish wine bar with western food and great affordable wines. Jl. Kemang Raya 45B Jakarta Selatan : 021-7179 2577 VIN + MAP N3 Arcadia Plaza Senayan Jl. New Delhi No.9 Senayan Jakarta : 021-5790 1477 Wilshere MAP n5 American Restaurant The Foundry No. 8, SCBD Lot 8, Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav 52 – 53 Jakarta Selatan : 021-5140 1018 Yellowfin MAP P4 Sake bar & kitchen Senopati 1 no 42, Jakarta : 081219690077 / 0217220394

Stark Bierhaus MAP j5 Stark Beer, German Food eX Plaza Indonesia, 2nd Fl. Unit 7, Jln. M.H. Thamrin Kav. 28—30, Jakarta Twitter: @Stark_beer : 021-3199 0155 : 0822 6179 7888 TOSCANA MAP U5 Popular fine Italian Jl. Kemang Raya No. 120 Jakarta Selatan : 021-718 1216 TRATTORIA MAP O7 Popular Italian The East Building Lobby GF Jl. Lingkar Mega Kuningan


ART ADORAMUS ART GALLERY Jl. Pangeran Jayakarta 143M Jakarta : 021 – 70001966 ARTEGRAPHIC INTEGRATED DESIGN Taman Kedoya Baru Jl. Agave VI, Blok C1 No. 20 Jakarta Barat : 021 - 58300100, 58300200 ART SEASONS Jl. Permata Berlian V,Permata Hijau Jakarta : 021 – 6845 3980 ART SEASONS Jl. Kemang Timur No. 63B Jakarta Selatan : 021 – 68453980 ARTSPHERE GALLERY Dharmawangsa Square City Walk Jl. Darmawangsa 6 Semanggi Jakarta : 021 – 7278 6661 ANDI’S GALLERY Jl. Tanah Abang IV No. 14 Jakarta : 021 – 3457130, 3843241 ARTNIVORA GALLERY Jl. Kemang Utara No. 50 Sisi Kiri Jakarta : 021 – 7199614 Bartele Gallery Rare Antique Maps, Prints and Books

Taman Kantor E-3.3 Unit A1 4th Floor (entrance via the Cazbar) Jl. Mega Kuningan Jakarta : +62 21 576 4575 e: w: BENTARA BUDAYA JAKARTA Jl.Palmerah Selatan 17 Jakarta 10270 : 021 - 5483008, 5490666 ext.7910 BIZETE GALLERY Jl. Gandaria I No. 9 Kebayoran Baru : 021 – 724 6725 BUDI GALLERY Jl. Ciputat Raya No. 58 Jakarta : 021 – 70622190 CEMPAKA FINE ART AUCTION Gedung Inter Asia lantai 1 Jl. K.H Wahid Hasyim No. 96 Jakarta Pusat : 021 – 3907779 CEMARA 6 GALERI Jl. HOS. Cokroaminoto No: 9 - 11 Menteng, Jakarta : 021 – 3911823 D’PEAK GALLERY JL.RS Fatmawati No. 56 Jakarta : 021 – 380 7047

EDITY’S ART HOUSE Jl. Gresik Blok FB 2 No. 9 Bintaro Jaya Sektor 7 Jakarta : 021 – 7450624 ELCANNA ART GALLERY Jl. Pakubuwono VI No. 35 Kebayoran Baru Jakarta Selatan : 021 - 7211101 GALERI CANNA Jl. Boulevard Barat Raya Block LC 6 No. 33-34 Kelapa Gading Permai Jakarta Utara : 021 – 4526429 - 30 GALERI MILLENNIUM D’Best Fatmawati Jalan RS. Fatmawati No. 15, Jakarta 12420 : 021 - 7507282 GALLERY LONTAR / UTAN KAYU Jl. Utan Kayu 68 H Jakarta Timur : 021 – 857 – 3388 / 856 480 GLORY GALLERY Mall Taman Anggrek Jalan Letjen. S. Parman Kav. 21, Indonesia 11470 : 021 - 5639650 JAKARTA ARTS COUNCIL Taman Ismail Marzuki Jl. Cikini Raya 73 Jakarta Pusat : 021 – 31937 639

KOONG GALLERY Dharmawangsa Square City Walk Jl. Darmawangsa 6 Semanggi Jakarta : 021 – 72788263 KUPU KUPU ART GALLERY Jl. Kebon Sirih 17 – 19 Jakarta : 021 – 3983 – 6621/2 NADI GALLERY Jl. Kembang Indah III Blok G III no. 4 - 5 Puri Indah Jakarta Barat, Indonesia : 021 - 580 5677 PHILO ART SPACE Jl. Kemang Timur 90 C Jakarta Selatan : 021 - 719 84 48 RURU GALLERY RUANGRUPA Jl. Tebet Timur Dalam Raya No. 6, Jakarta Selatan 12820 : +62 21 8304220 e-mail: SIGIARTS GALLERY Jl. Mahakam I No. 11 Blok M, Jakarta Selatan : 021 – 7260949 VANESSA ART LINK Graha MIK main lobby, Taman Perkantoran Kuningan Jl. Setiabudi Selatan Kav. 16-17 Jakarta : 021 5794 1411

Bentara Budaya Jakarta


SHOPs 707 MAP V-6 A mix of hip ‘urban’ fashion labels and collectable products Jl. Kemang Raya No. 8B, (next to Aksara, under Casa) : 021 718 051

Plaza Indonesia

Aksara MAP V-6 Quality books Jl. Kemang Raya No. 8B : 021 719 9283/88 Aquarius Mahakam MAP Q-2

Huge CD selection Jl Mahakam I No 5 Kebayoran Baru : 021 720 8413 Chic Mart MAP V-6 Homewares, accessories and gifts Jl. Kemang Raya No. 55 : 021 719 7813 Cosmo Supermarket MAP O-4

Japanese food products. Grand Wijaya Centre Blok K F20 Kebayoran Baru Goods Department Map J-7

A curated youth department store Plaza Indonesia Extension 4th Fl, Jakarta Kem Chicks Supermarket MAP T-9 Import supermarket Jl Kemang Raya 3-5 Kemang Kinokuniya MAP O-3 Top quality book store Plaza Senayan, Pondok Indah Mall2 and Grand Indonesia Monka Magic music shop MAP V-6 Vinyl record shop ak’.sa.ra retail complex Jl. Kemang Raya No. 8B, : 0856 9773 7636

Premium Factory Outlets MAP N-7 Quality seconds at a margin of the real price Ambassador Mall, Kuningan Rococo Rack MAP R-4 Discount branded shoes Dharmawangsa Square 2nd Floor Voila-Soled MAP S-2 Women’s clothes accessories and quality local made shoes. Jl.Panglima Polim V No. 23, Jakarta Workinghour(s) MAP J-7 Classic and sophisticated design for working women Grand Indonesia Shopping Town Shop Unit #LEVEL ONE - 15, East Mall : 021- 9998 8888

Pacific Place MAP O-5 High-end brands Sudirman Central Cilandak Town Square Business District, South MAP X-4 Jl. T.B. Simatupang Kav. 17 Jakarta Cilandak Barat Pasaraya Grande South Jakarta 12430



Grand Indonesia MAP J-7

High-end shopping Jl Sudirman, Central Plaza Indonesia MAP J-7 High-end shopping Entertainment X’nter (e’X) Connected to Plaza Indonesia Entertainment and Shopping Jl. MH Thamrin, Central Plaza Senayan MAP O-3 High-end shopping Jl. Asia Afrika, Senayan Senayan City MAP O-2 High-end shopping Jl. Asia Afrika, Senayan

Traditional handcrafted arts and general shopping Jl. Sultan Iskandarsyah, Blok M Mal Taman Anggrek MAP H-2

Mid-range shopping Jl. Letjen S. Parman, Slipi Central Park MAP H-2 High-end shopping Next to Taman Anggrek Pondok Indah Mall MAP W-3

General shopping Jl. Metro Pondok Indah, Pondok Indah




SOIRE’E DU BELLY CLAN BAR & RESTO WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26 This exclusive high tea event was held at Belly Clan with a trunk show by Vero Moda and Lucky with their Spring Summer Collection. There was also a musical performance by Amien Illyas and Rulyabie from A.I.R.

ALTER BRIDGE TOUR MEIS ANCOL SATURDAY, March 8 American rock band Alter Bridge finally played in front of their fans at Mata Elang Stadium and Myles, Mark, Brian and Scott burned down the house with hits like ‘White Knuckles’ and ‘Addicted To Pain’.



JAVA JAZZ 2014 JIEXPO KEMAYORAN FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28 - SUNDAY, March 2 The Jakarta International Java Jazz Festival this year was a special one. It was the 10th year edition of Java Jazz and with a line up including Jamie Cullum and Natalie Cole. It was as packed as usual.



THE SECRET OF MASQUARADE X2 FRIDAY, March 7 The Masquerade costume party with a special performance by models and dancers from Flirt Inc opened in two areas, X2 and Equinox with sets from resident DJs.



Beat Down X2 Saturday, March 8 Angger Dimas rocked the crowd at X2 with his mixed electro set.


THERETHEN A Create Party De La Rossa Kemang Sunday, March 9 After a successful show last year, A Create was held again at De La Rosa, Kemang. The event presented a number of works by local artists and musicians including The Upstairs, WSATCC, and Bikinies.

Yovie and His Friends The Foundry No.8 Level II Wednesday, March 12 A mini-concert with Yovie and his friends saw Yovie perform with Mario G, Hedi Yunus, Marcell and Rio Febrian.



The Dance Company Hard Rock CafĂŠ Thursday, March 13 Hard Rock Rewind presented The Dance Company and Pongky, Ariyo, Baim and Nugie. The bands rocked it and also launched their new album Happy Together.



A STATE OF TRANCE #650 PLAYGROUND BEACH ANCOL SATURDAY, March 15 What do you get if Paul van Dyke, Alex MORPH, Andrew Rayel, John O’Callaghan and big daddy trance meister Armin van Buuren all get on the same stage on a Saturday night in Jakarta? A State of Trance, that’s what. A huge night with thousands of trance fans coming from all over the country not being let down for a minute by the celebration of the 650th ASOT radio show.



ASTON FAIR COLLOSEUM WEDNESDAY, March 19 This annual event from Aston was back and held at Colosseum with the theme ‘Gladiator Night’ and had a special performance by DJs and a live band.



MARDI GRAS COSTUME PARADE RED SQUARE WEDNESDAY, March 19 Red Square held a festive Mardi Gras with music performed by Feel The Beat featuring Mardi Gras Percussionists and a costume contest.



KimKat Alibi Friday, March 21 Kim Lee and Kat Nova also known as KimKat played an excellent set and had the look too. You canâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t ask for more...


THERETHEN DJ Ram Colosseum Friday, March 21 Colosseum brought Dutch DJ Ram and he played a beautiful trance set that rocked the crowd.



This Is Party Domain Friday & Saturday, March 21 & 22 Domain with its new look held a twoday 4th anniversary party with the performances by local DJ Cream, Dipha Barus, Crip, Downey, MC Liquid Da Silva and VJ MotionChamber.


saturday, March 22 For Umbra’s 2nd anniversary they presented Shermanology on the decks and the good times didn’t finished till the early morning.



Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m Kicking Off Exodus Saturday, March 22 Milinka held another farewell party this time at Exodus where she totally rocked it.

Innerlight Negev Saturday, March 22 DJ Innerlight presented his trance tunes at Negev and the crowd loved it.


THERETHEN Hard Rock Rising 2014 Hard Rock CafĂŠ Tuesday, March 25 The final round of the Hard Rock Rising brought the best three bands. The results: Brilliant third place, The Painkillers second and the first place went to Besok Bubar who will represent Jakarta in the next round.


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