Chatter Box Jakarta Reviews
Chatter Box Aug 09, 2011
The Chatter Box is a Singapore-inspired restaurant that claims you can get an idea of what smart dining can be like in neighboring Singapore without paying Singapore prices. They have three or four locations in Jakarta; the one we dined at is in the Plaza Indonesia.
Their menu has standard international fare, with a bias toward a good range of Asian food. The menu also lists soups, salads, eggs and pastas, sandwiches and western main courses (steak, fish and chicken). The Asian section runs to four full pages and comprises around 35 items, including soups, vegetables, and noodle or rice-based dishes. Hainan chicken rice is one of its specialties.
Their desserts include things like crepes or waffles, ice cream and other sweet items. Beverages include juices, coffees, teas and beer (local and imported). There were no spirits or liquors listed on the menu.
We met a friend here for lunch and I had the chicken cordon bleu. It was served with a side of French fries and a modest helping of vegetables. Asri had some nasi goreng, and Inti had a salad. We also had some fried won tongs for an appetizer.
The Chatter Box gets a lot of office workers, shoppers and casual diners. It’s a pretty nice place to eat at. The prices might be just a bit higher than average for restaurants in the malls, but I would come here again.
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