Long John Silver’s sails into Indonesia with its first restaurant in Gading Serpong

A family meal at Long John Silver’s. Photo: ljsilvers.com
A family meal at Long John Silver’s. Photo: ljsilvers.com

Long John Silver’s, the American fast-food chain known for its seafood offerings, has opened its first restaurant in Indonesia. The restaurant is located in Gading Serpong, Tangerang and is starting to serve customers today.

The restaurant features a nautical-themed interior with blue and white colors, wooden furniture, and fishnet decorations. The menu offers a variety of fried and grilled seafood dishes, such as fish and chips, shrimp platter, calamari, as well as some chicken dishes. In addition, Long John Silver’s has a few cheesecake offerings for dessert.

Packages start from IDR34K for a meal comprising one piece of fried chicken, rice, a Hush Puppy (their signature cornmeal fritter) and a drink. A family meal will set you back IDR276K, consisting of eight pieces of fish/chicken, four sides, eight Hush Puppies, sauces, and a 1.5L bottle of soda.

You can view the full menu here.

The Gading Serpong restaurant is open 24/7.

Long John Silver’s was founded in 1969. The chain has more than 600 restaurants in the US and 24 in Singapore. In 2021, the company said it was planning to open 54 stores in Indonesia as part of its global expansion.

Long John Silver’s is named after the fictional pirate character from Robert Louis Stevenson’s novel Treasure Island. The chain’s logo features a pirate with a peg leg and a parrot on his shoulder. The chain’s slogan is “Fish Yeah!”, which reflects its enthusiasm for seafood.


Long John Silver’s

Jl. Gading Serpong Boulevard No. 9

Open 24 hours a day



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