TeSaTe’s Ramadhan Specials

TeSaTe’s Ramadhan Specials

Respectably known as a restaurant with high standards in serving traditional Indonesian cuisine, TeSaTe strives to introduce Indonesian flavours to local foodies, as well as to the international gastronome.

The name TeSaTe derives from the word Sate, an Indonesian dish of seasoned, skewered and grilled meat, so suitably, the restaurant offers a number of signature satay specialties, like the Sate Sapi Ungaran, Sate Padang, Sate Buntel and Sate Lilit, with our favourite being the Sate Ayam Madura, where juicy chicken is doused in a rustic marinade.

With Ramadhan on the horizon, TeSaTe has expanded its menu to make the holy months even more special, with the signature Ramadhan menu starting on 24th June and running until 4th August. One of the must-try dishes from their Ramadhan menu is the delicate Nasi Kebuli. Seasoned with herbs and spices, this aromatic rice is a popular Indonesian dish highly influenced by Middle-Eastern cooking. TeSaTe’s Nasi Kebuli is sweetened with golden raisins and served with either stewed lamb or chicken. On the side, TeSaTe serve up a pickle of pineapple, a crunchy ladyfinger and a succulent omelette giving a real richness to the palate.

Another signature Ramadhan dish is kolak, served as either an appetiser or dessert. At TeSaTe the Bubur Kolak is a smooth and fulfilling traditional dish made of palm sugar, banana, stewed tropical fruit, coconut milk and pandan leaf. For a lighter dessert, opt for the famous Es Blewah; naturally sweet and refreshing blewah fruit served with chewy palm fruit on crushed ice, or Es Kurma, with flavourful dried dates cooked in sugar and served cold with basil seeds and longan.

Served only in the holy month of Ramadhan, Es Wedang Secang is simply too hard to resist. This traditional non-alcoholic cocktail infused with eight ethnic spices creates a truly exotic beverage as an addition to the TeSaTe’s monthly specials.

Dine in the ambiance of modern-meets-traditional, where well-designed interiors are complemented by high tech gadgets, and where traditional recipes work their magic to preserve the Indonesian culinary heritage. TeSaTe is the perfect place to indulge your culinary cravings this Ramadhan.

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