Known for its historical colonial building, The Hermitage, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel, Jakarta extends charm to its culinary front by introducing 1928, a dining destination built around the concept of the legendary legacy. Helmed by Executive Chef Ferdian Tobing, the restaurant serves a new take on colonial-era cuisine, highlighting the best of locally sourced ingredients.
Tobing elaborates that the menu aims to evoke palatial reminiscence from the yesteryear with a focus on colonial, Peranakan, and Indonesian/Pan-Asian cuisine. Refined to stay relevant with the modern-day culinary scene, signature dishes include grilled bone marrow, bruine bonen soep, macaroni schotel, beef bitterballen, pindang bandeng, Dutch steak, klappertaart and poffertjes.
For a quality meal with family, friends, or loved ones, opt for the Rijstaffel Package, where you can have a little taste of the restaurant’s varied signature dishes, and share them with at least four persons. The 1928 Sunday Brunch is also something to look forward to every Sunday from 11.30am to 3pm, offering all-you-can-eat international cuisine, as well as a drink trolley with a travelling bartender, ready to serve the best concoctions.
- Grilled Bone Marrow
- Rijstaffel Package
- The 1928 Sunday Brunch