The Only One

A new unique lifestyle has been presented to cosmopolitan crème de la crème craving the right combination where fine dining and clubbing meet.  Situated in the Jakarta’s prime Central Business District and nestled on the 5th floor of fX Lifestyle Centre, ‘The Only One Club’ or as socialites affectionately call ‘The O1 Club’ offers an exquisite experience where patrons can enjoy sensational fine dining dishes while indulging in the luxurious ambience as well as clubbing the night away. Exc … [Read more...]

Spoiling the Palate at Sarong

Inspired by the street food of many Southeast Asia countries, Bali’s newest ubergroovy restaurant has successfully transformed each into a superb, great flavour without altering the dish’s original taste. Named after a loose garment made of a long strip of cloth wrapped around the body worn as a skirt or dress by men and women of the Malay Archipelago and the Pacific islands, Sarong can also be considered as an icon to represent wonderfully colourful of enjoying a relaxing lifestyle; it’s real … [Read more...]

My Jakarta-Wahyudi Rahardja

Wahyudi Rahardja is owner of Emilie Restaurant, an upscale authentic traditional French cuisine eatery in southern Jakarta prime area. The restaurant is indeed his first venture, but this determined young entrepreneur has been staying on track in running his business. Opened in August 2006, the restaurant is the first and only one in town to receive the Award of Excellence 2007 from an American wine magazine, Wine Spectator. WHY DO YOU LIKE TO LIVE IN JAKARTA? Everything from the city’s d … [Read more...]

Dom Pérignon: Uncork the Sparkle

It was in the late 1600s that an old monk invented an effervescent table wine that is still bubbling until now. A label suggesting exclusiveness, the legendary Dom Pérignon is arguably the most iconic brand of champagne with worldwide recognition. Its 17th century designs of antique-looking label and distinctive bottle shape have for long time been a symbol of elegance for those appreciating the art of living. It stretches back to the mid 1668 in the tranquil Hautvillers Abbey in the Champagne … [Read more...]