Tucked away in Jakarta’s elite residential neighborhood of Kebayoran Baru, Plataran Dharmawangsa presents authentic Indonesian cuisine in a venue that’s rich in Javanese heritage. Designed to resemble a traditional royal Javanese family compound, the restaurant is centered around a traditional wooden Joglo house that has stood for more than 150 years. This is complemented by an elegant glass-roofed conservatory overlooking a beautiful tempo doeloe-style garden.
Since its inception, the restaurant has consistently received recognition and awards, including ‘Best Indonesian Restaurant in Jakarta’ by the prestigious Indonesia Tatler magazine, and is the choice dining venue for Jakarta’s high society and expatriate crowd. Signature dishes include Dendeng Batokok, Ayam Dharmawangsa and Gurame Mangga, all of which are prepared to international five-star hotel standards in sophisticated kitchens and served up with the distinctive grace and elegance of Plataran fine dining.
Plataran Dharmawangsa’s location, reputation and dedication to excellence make the venue an ideal place for weddings, birthdays, corporate gatherings, fam trips and formal events. The property comprises four rooms: the Sedap Malam Room, which is located inside the Joglo building and is the main dining space, able to comfortably accommodate 80 diners; the Melati Room, where up to 40 seated guests can recline in a glass-roofed and air-conditioned conservatory in the garden; the Kenanga Room, which is a semi-outdoor area, perfect for soirees of up to 20 guests; and finally the Kantil Room, located in a separate Limasan house, which has stood for two generations and is equipped with its own facilities for a maximum of 60 diners.