Here’s a spot to taste if you’re looking for something new–Entrada (entrance in Spanish) in the SCBD area. The dining chamber is suitable for casual dinners, dates, and even celebrations. The food was served in a sizeable portion (always a good thing), and flavor-wise, quite refreshing and well presented.
I’d definitely recommend what I had: Filete de Pescado à la Cubana (Fish Fillet à la Cubana)–pan-fried Barramundi flavored with Cuban seasoning, topped with seared banana, served with a side of garlic rice. The dish reminded me more of cuisine from the Philippines, which made sense since the chef was Filipino.
The place felt alive overall, especially with a live band playing. I’d recommend it to you who maybe haven’t had Spanish food in a while (or ever), and if you’re wanting something a little different from the usual humdrum eats, whatever they are.
Price wise, you’re looking at spending in the range of 120-200K per person. And if you have questions, feel free to approach Gary, the friendly Restaurant Manager, who is always more than happy to speak with diners.
Croquetas de Jamon (Ham Croquettes) | 45K
Ham and manchengo cheese croquettes served with allioli
Barbacoa de Cerdo (BBQ Pork Skewers) | 90K
Tangy and sweet skewers of marinated grilled prok fillet served with pickled papaya
Pan-fried Barramundi flavored with Cuban seasoning, topped with seared banana, served with a side of garlic rice (additional)
Chuletas de Cerdo Abobados (Grilled Pork Chop Abobados) | 110K
Tender and juicy pork chop marinated with a perfect blend of seasonings, drizzled with adobo balsamic reduction
Ground Floor, Tower E, 18 Parc SCBD
Jl Jendral Sudirman Kav 52-53
Jakarta 12190, Indonesia
(021) 515 3121
Mon – Thurs: 11 AM – 11 PM
Fri – Sat: 11 AM – 1 AM