In Indonesia, as is pretty much anywhere around the world, celebs and social media influencers (ugh) often milk their own popularity for a head start in their foray into the F&B scene. Some were ill-fated, while some proved to be wildly successful (Ruben Onsu’s ayam geprek chain comes to mind).
New pizza joint Pizzza Dealer brings NY-style pizza goodness to South Jakarta’s hip Dharmawangsa neighborhood
Though most Indonesians are usually into thick crust pizza (attributable to the early popularity of Pizza Hut and Domino’s), there has been a growing trend of thinner NY-style...
Taste Test: Does Chitato-flavored Indomie manage to meld the magic of instant noodles with potato chips?
We tried the new special edition Indomie Chitato and surprisingly, this crossover blew our minds.
Featuring elements of Middle Eastern, Mediterranean and African cuisine, Moroccan food has a lot to influences to juggle but Tangier gets them all right.
A serious burger at a serious price, but does it live up to ambitions?
COCONUTS CRITICS TABLE – Trendy Jakarta restaurants used to be able to get by with a good location and cool decor while still serving up mediocre food. But Jakarta diners are...
The famous US "breastaurant" has opened its first outlet in the capital of the country with the largest Muslim population in the world - will it survive? And how are the wings?