Djakarta Bali invites you to an exotic journey
In the heart of Paris, Djakarta Bali is the place to be if you want to eat genuine Balinese and Indonesian food.
A warm atmopshere "Back from Bali" style
A list of custom-made cocktails and teas
Will you go for the Jamu? A magic Indonesian drink that does good, based on plant roots and spices.
More classic, a nice list of cocktails featuring Pina Colada, Mojito, Spritz, and virgin Mata Hari.
Without forgetting tea and coffee flavors from Java, Sumatra, Papua, and fresh ginger infusions.
Beautiful vegetarian options
Vegetarians will be always happy when staying in Indonesia! The Gado Gado is a mixed salad served with delicious peanut dressing. Crunchy and delicious, the lumpias can be based on vegetables, chicken or shrimps.
All timeless Indonesian dishes on the menu
On the menu, you cannot go pass the national Indonesian dish: the nasi goreng special, Indonesian fried rice with sate ayam skewers.
You must try the famous rendang beef at least once in your life, as the CNN Travel elected best dish in the world: beef stewed in coconut milk and jasmine rice. Yummy!
Mie Ayam: the ultimate Asian noodle dish
Enjoy some revisited street food with Indonesian noodles with caramelized chicken, mushrooms and pakchoi, lavish and decadent.
The green color of the Pandanus leaf for an unforgettable dessert
For sweet-toothed, Djakarta Bali serves homemade, delicious and light Indonesian desserts.
Go for the Dadar Gulung, pandanus roll with coconut and palm sugar caramel.
As for exotic fruit lovers, they will get the kolak, (banana, jackfruit and palm tree fruit dessert with caramelized coconut milk).
And cocoa lovers will be delighted with the 70% Valrhona chocolate and ginger lava cake.
On Fridays, travel to BALI!
Althout the meal itself provides a change of scenery a Balinese dance show expects you at 9:30 p.m.
Bewitching dancers perform Balinese dancing taking you to the other side of the world for a night. These nights are perfect for a romantic date, so you can enjoy the charm of the Balinese exoticism.
Dates and Opening Time
From 1 January 2022 to 31 December 2022
9, rue Vauvilliers
75001 Paris 1
Horaires : du mardi au dimanche, dîner-spectacle à partir de 19h les vendredis, spectacle à 21h30.