Have your mind blown by ayam goreng-shaped martabak and es campur bubbles through Grabstronomy

Grabstronomy offers a new experience in enjoying Indonesia’s favorite sweet treats, martabak and es campur, which come in unexpected forms, developed by Namaaz Dining’s Chef Andrian Ishak. Photo courtesy of GrabFood
Grabstronomy offers a new experience in enjoying Indonesia’s favorite sweet treats, martabak and es campur, which come in unexpected forms, developed by Namaaz Dining’s Chef Andrian Ishak. Photo courtesy of GrabFood

Molecular gastronomy is no longer exclusively a dining out experience as you can now have your mind blown by culinary creativity from the comfort of your home through Grabstronomy, an exclusive menu option by GrabFood in collaboration with Namaaz Dining.

The menu is only available through Chef’s Reco, a category on GrabFood that offers a list of premium and exclusive restaurants or menus for foodies to explore new or different flavors.

Grabstronomy offers a new experience in enjoying Indonesia’s favorite sweet treats, martabak and es campur, which come in unexpected forms, developed by Namaaz Dining’s Chef Andrian Ishak. The martabak (IDR81,250) is shaped to resemble ayam goreng (fried chicken); while the contents of the es campur (75,000), such as fresh fruits and tape ketan hitam (fermented black rice) with milk, are stuffed inside transparent balls that burst when you bite them.

We had the chance to try both dishes before their launch, and we can say that the experience was pretty mind-boggling, especially with the ayam goreng-shaped martabak.

The special collaboration menu items are available to purchase until June 4 with limited stock from 2pm-5pm daily.

Grabstronomy marks Namaaz Dining’s first collaboration with an online food delivery platform, through which they can bring the unique molecular gastronomy fine dining experience to homes. 

Led by the self-taught chef Andrian Ishak, Namaaz Dining is the first molecular gastronomy restaurant in the country, using scientific techniques to create playful — and often wacky — ways of serving Indonesian food.

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