[Sponsored Report] 5-star Indonesian food with a celebrity twist

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[Sponsored Report] 5-star Indonesian food with a celebrity twist


Indonesian gado-gado, a vegetable salad served with peanut sauce dressing.

Oakwood Premier Coex Center Seoul is presenting a promotion of Indonesian food from Oct. 17 to 31. Authentic Indonesian cuisine consisting of a la carte appetizers, main dishes and desserts from various regions, including the islands of Java, Sumatra and Bali, will be served at the center’s residents’ lounge for lunch and dinner.

Deden Suherman, an executive chef at Oakwood Premier Cozmo Jakarta for the past four years, is visiting Seoul for the event. Deden has experienced working at many five-star hotels in Jakarta throughout his career, namely the prestigious Kempinski, InterContinental and Mandarin Oriental hotels, and is well-known as a celebrity chef in Indonesia due to his appearances on TV commercials advertising food products.

Chef Deden will be serving some of Indonesia’s most popular delicacies at Oakwood. The menu includes exotic fare such as gado-gado (vegetable salad with peanut sauce), mie goreng (fried noodles), nasi goreng kampung (fried rice), sop buntut (oxtail soup), sate ayam (chicken satay) and es cendol (an Indonesian sweet cold drink made from rice flour and served with coconut milk, sugar palm and ice cubes or shaved ice).

Prices are varied, starting from 16,000 won ($15.15). For inquiries and reservations, call (02) 3466-7277.
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