May 28th, 2017. It’s been so long since I went to Sana Sini by Pullman Jakarta Indonesia. Finally *woot woot* a week before, they invited me to celebrate the Holy Month of Ramadan. So I visited Sana Sini Restaurant with hubby. We ordered online car *yeah their parking area was never our favourite* and we were so excited with the welcome Tanoura Dance. LOL.
Hotel Pullman Jakarta’s restaurant, Sana Sini, features the anticipated return of Lebanese Guest Chef Zein Rahhal behind the kitchen. Welcoming the guests in a sumptuous Lebanese-inspired cuisine with Egyptian Tanoura Dance Performance highlight the Holy Month. Tanoura is the Egyptian-influenced sufi dance distinguished by the use of a multicolored skirt. The entertainers are scheduled to perform on weeknights. Sana Sini transformed into an Middle Eastern Souq with colored silks, antique lanterns and exquisite buffet. And they still amazed me with many variants on the buffet.
Executive Chef Cameron Chef prepares the signature dishes and guests’ favorites at Sana Sini. After a successful collaboration with Chef Zein in 2016, he will be back by popular demand to bring guests to a culinary pilgrimage to Middle East with trademark dishes such as Lamb Ouzi, Chicken and Beef Shawarma, Fish Harrah, and the famous Baklava. In addition to the popular buffet menus, guests cannot miss the Middle-Eastern and Indonesian-inspired thirst quenching beverages such as Turkish Coffee, Bajigur, Es Campur and the Ramadan Tower Mocktail. Guests dining at Sana Sini enjoy complimentary sweet Ta’jil selection, served with coffee or tea. During the Holy Month, Sana Sini Restaurant will also be open for lunch service with power lunch set menus on offer.
Breakfasting at Sana Sini, starts from 468k nett including ta’jil. Thank you Sana Sini for inviting me.