COCA Restaurant, the innovative Asian dining chain, has expanded its presence in Indonesia with the signing of an exciting new restaurant in downtown Jakarta.
Located in the popular Citywalk Sudirman lifestyle mall, Central Jakarta, the new COCA Restaurant will cater to business travellers and office workers during the day, including the neighbourhood’s large local population of Japanese expats. Then in the evening, it is expected to attract millennial diners and families who seek market fresh, authentic Asian cuisine in an animated social setting.
The new COCA Restaurant will serve an enticing à la carte menu of Asian cuisine, including Thai and Cantonese dishes and table-top hot pots. Chefs will focus on the freshest ingredients, including live seafood and premium meats. The Citywalk Sudirman outlet will, however, be pork-free.
Located on Jalan KH Mas Mansyur, the main thoroughfare in Central Jakarta, Citywalk Sudirman is surrounded by upscale condominiums, premium retail outlets and high-end hotels. This will make COCA Restaurant popular with a wide range of diners, including local residents, expats, office workers, families, international travellers and more.
“Jakarta is one of the fastest growing cities in the world right now, so we are delighted to be able to launch another restaurant for Indonesian diners and expats,” says Trevor MacKenzie, managing director of COCA and Mango Tree Restaurants Worldwide. “This new location in Citywalk Sudirman puts us right in the beating heart of Jakarta’s CBD.
COCA & Mango Tree Worldwide now has a global portfolio of 64 restaurants across its various brands, including COCA, located in key global cities. www.exquisinethai.com