Thursday, June 15, 2017


Kopi susu, actually is coffee with milk in Indonesian, is one trending hype right now. Almost every week I see new comers are popping up, introducing this kind of coffee to those people. The style is similar, transparent cup with their own branding, covered with affordable price.
I've tried this 3 #KopiSusu and here's the thought!

Cipete Raya/Pasar Santa

As a pioneer of Kopi Susu in Jakarta, they must have been very proud on setting the trend. I did remember on my first sip, this kind of coffee was not a familiar one to my taste bud. I never had a sweet iced coffee before. After a glass, I found myself craving for it though. For me, Kopi Tuku set the standard of Kopi Susu in Jakarta. Hint of palm sugar, mild coffee, ad rocks of ice, those kind of ingredients design a great cup of Kopi Susu!

Jl. Cipete I no. 6a

Few things I love about animo: their cute little cafe in Cipete area (so far away from my neighborhood, tho), creamy Kopi Susu, and freshly baked bakery which was very tasty. The Kopi Susu itself is kind unique, they blend it through the process of making, producing one cup of cream Kopi Susu. On the first sip, it was heavenly! I found myself could not finished the whole cup because the texture was kind heavy and fulfilling. I do recommend to share it with family or friends. Don't forget to try their delicious pastry, too! Everything was so fragrant, tasty, and affordable.

KOPILAH-IDR 21k via gofood, IDR18k if you buy directly at Plaza Indonesia Level 5

Kopilah is one collaboration between my fave coffee shop (Calibrate Coffee) with Eatlah. This portion of Kopi Susu was a perfect size for me. The coffee was not too mild to give you the caffeine boost, with a hint of sweetness that quite dominating (reminded me  of maple syrup, tho). I can really drink this every single day!

I know I haven't try another goodness of Kopi Susu in Jakarta, but well, my busy job forced me to do it one by one.
So, what's next?

Tuesday, June 13, 2017


So many people popped out a question: why did you start becoming a food blogger back then?

Well, you know, food blogger is one quite busy 'job' nowadays. Food tasting here and there, new restaurants are coming out, new menu in every seasons. Food blogging has become one lifestyle here, in Jakarta.

But I started my food blogging activity back in 2011. At that time I did not even know that food blogging could be something 'in' like this. I did poured all my love about food just because I love writing. Writing had became one of my dreams. I wanted the world to know my point of view, a thought from one introvert girl in the world that could not stop talking. I wanted them to know me.

I did keep on writing until I get my first food tasting invitation at one bakery in Jakarta. I was so glad, happy because finally some people read about my thought, appreciate it, and trust me enough to try their creation. It was one magical feeling when you realized that your rows of words meant something to some people. I would not forget that kind of feeling.

After that, I kept on writing. I met some wonderful people that taught me a lot. Some people that inspired me to do bigger things.
Strangers have became friends. Friends have became family. Some people stay. Some people don't. 
And I grateful for every moment of it.

At one point, besides all the good things I got from food blogging, I got this one tiny bad seed on my heart. Sometimes I got envy with people around me, with people who did better than I did, with people who got more exposure than I did. Once I thought about quitting, because this job, this hobby, grew an envious heart in me. But a good friend did push me through all of this, convinced me that I was a blessed one too, and made me realize that things could not be measured with fame and money.

Yes I did realize that those things sometimes did not matter. I did not really care about exposure anymore. I did not really care about how many followers or likes I got in my social media. I got more than that. I found family. I am happy that my writings can reach so many people. I am happy that I can finally learn to socialize with so many kinds of people. Long story short, I learned a lot.
An introvert girl has become an ambivert.

Some said that food blogger is kinda saturated nowadays. Is it true? Well, you decide.
The important things is, this food blogging thing I am doing, is my love for writing. Until now I am still the same person with dreams of reaching so many people with my thoughts. Those fancy cameras and social medias are good companion for my hobby/carrier, but still, my heart at writing is my main reason to be a food blogger.

Best regards,

Saturday, June 10, 2017


Japanese's kind of noodle is kind of trending right now, at least in Jakarta. After those ramen and udon (which was enjoyable to our palate), soba is another thing to highlight. Soba, commonly known as noodle in Japanese, might have the wrong perception. At first I thought that all soba was served cold. Turns out I was wrong! This soba was different with cold soba.

Kabuto Masezoba, is another new comer in Pantai Indah Kapuk area. Kabuto means Japanese helmet, while mazesoba means mix. So before enjoying this delightful bowl soba, you have to mix it well. Do you need another addition of spices? Apparently not. Everything is prepared for you as original as they are in the kitchen. So you just have to mix and take a slurp! 

For their mazesoba, you can choose among original, sweet and spicy sauce. A portion of Kabuto Mazesoba worth IDR 138k. Might sounds pricy, but this luxurious bowl of soba contains imported beef and foie gras inside! You can also add some toppings like pork chasiu, chicken chasu, corn, etc.

I tried the original and spicy one, Both are good, but my heart goes to bowl of spicy soba. The taste itself is not overwhelming. It's heartwarmingly humble, a remainder that sometimes comfort food is all you need. Beef was tender and well seasoned. Combination of everything is complementing each other!
I also find their soba was kinda heavy. The noodle was kind springy, reminded me of Jakarta's type of noodle. For me, a bowl was too much in portion. I won't mind to share their generous portion though.

Beside soba, you can also choose for bowl of donburi instead. Their best seller, so called Kabuto Don, is IDR 138k. Another luxurious rice bowl with imported beef, foie gras, and truffle oil. This is another good flavor they have, but I do prefer spending all those calories on soba.

Pork chasiu for IDR 42k. Look at those shiny and glistening pork! Do you need further explanation?

Overall, Kabuto mazesoba offers a heartwarming bowl of soba and rice bowl. Another good addition to Jakarta's food industru. Keep up the good work!

Ruko Crown Gold B no 2 (aligned with Lost and Found shop)
Pantai Indah Kapuk

Best regards,
Jessica Christy Limanjaya

Tuesday, June 6, 2017


Things that my close friends know about me: I am such a big fan of healthy lifestyle, or at least a healthy eating lifestyle. I choose my food wisely. I do not drink soda and sugary beverages. I choose tea and coffee over those scrumptious blended drinks. I rarely eat fried food. I include veggies or soup into my daily meal. I do not eat those things half-heartedly. I feel like I am what I choose to eat. I feel energetic after those salad, fruits, and smoothies.

I also choose my vitamin and nutrients source carefully. As a person with medical background, I know that those vitamins and minerals actually could be included in your daily meal, as long as you eat regularly well. The thing is, my busy schedule does not allowed me to eat on that punctual time. Sometimes my fruits and salad left untouched at the end of the day. Sometimes I have to sacrifice those dinner time to examine my patients. But still, I love my job.

Good thing is, I heard about this Xon-Ce Drink. Xon-Ce drink is the first healthy drinks to fulfill your nutrients needs. One bottle I can fulfill the needs of Vitamin D, calcium, and vitamin C, so efficient! They also come in tasty and fresh orange flavor, too! Such a paradise during your overheated day!
I like it because they are not overwhelmingly sweet., with 12 grams of sugar per serving, you can save those calories from any other empty sugary drinks! More over, they only use natural sugar cane to sweeten up Xon-Ce drink.

Lactose Intolerant? Worry not, because Xon-Ce drink is tolerable for people with that kind of condition. Anyway, those vitamin C and D also help calcium absorption. By drinking 2 bottles of Xon-Ce drink a days, I can fulfill 80% of my daily vitamin C needs without any hassle. 

I also choose the ingredients of my food well. Do you know that I do not eat those instant food because I know that kind of food contain preservatives? Good thing is, Xon-Ce drink is preservatives free!

During this holy month, Xon-Ce drink also can help to supply your needs! Do not forget to consume it twice a day to keep you fresh!

I personally a fond of this product. Easy to get, tasty and fresh flavor, natural sweetener, and more importantly high in calcium (305 gram), vitamin C (90mg), and vitamin D (400iu)! Such a good kick to start my busy day. So, do not forget to grab your Xon-Ce drink today!

Best regards,
Jessica Christy Limanjaya

Monday, June 5, 2017


I have a thing with Japanese food. I love the fresh ingredients, light flavors they have, and also the nutritious composition inside those yummy food! Japanese food once was quite hard to find in Jakarta, but recently the Japanese food trend was really growing, especially in Pantai Indah Kapuk area. Yes, bringing it to you: Kintaro Sushi.

Kintaro is so playful. Lovely bright colors with vibrant energy is gonna welcome you once you stepped in. Interior was cozy, a big applause to Kintaro for bringing the good vibe!

So basically Kintaro claim themselves as the first custom sushi in Indonesia. Yes, you can custom your own sushi roll and poke bowl (YASH TO THESE BABIES!). Ingredients was fresh and you can choose premium things like salmon mayo, spicy tuna, beef, etc.

So let's dig in the food!



You're gonna be a happy kid for this. They have this gyu kushikatsu, right here in Jakarta. Premium beef cutlet dipped in their special sauce, sizzled in hot pan, and danced in your taste bud. So tasty!


One word to describe it all: fresh! I love love their generosity in giving those thick cuts of salmon, tuna, and egg. Yum!




Bomb roll and Volcano roll was comfort food that won't fail any taste buds. All was tasty, complimented by those yummy sauce and generous filling.


Cutest thing I found here: rows of salmon aburi, salmon belly aburi, tuna aburi, tamago aburi, gyu aburi, and unagi aburi on this cute little bridge. 


Another pretty yet cute thing here: castle shaped bento! Consisted of 3 layers of bento and everything was pretty tasty as well.


Who's not falling in love with tender slices of premium beef in a bed of rice, with perfectly cooked egg on top?


Another pretty presentation was they're using shinkansen to serve this 3 sushi rolls, each consisting 8 pieces. My favorite roll of all was dragon roll! 

Overall Kintaro sushi delivers good selections of Japanese food with fresh ingredients and enjoyable flavor. I tried almost all things above and did not disappointed at all. Good luck Kintaro Sushi!

Ruko Garden House B21, Pantai Indah Kapuk
(next to Cake a Boo)

Best regards,
Jessica Christy L