The Potato Head Group Introduces Attarine, A Brand-New Dining Concept in Jakarta Serving Modern, Casual Food Inspired By The Flavours of The Spice Route
The Potato Head Group has launched Attarine — a casual all-day neighbourhood restaurant serving modern and refined cuisine — bringing a world of spice to Jakarta with well-crafted, sophisticated dishes made with vibrant spices and seasonings from across the globe. Taking inspiration from the Spice Route and its lasting influence on the history of food, Attarine celebrates flavours that are comfortable and familiar, yet lively and exciting.
Attarine’s menu is under the direction of Chef Jacob Burrell, who draws on his experience and love of working with local suppliers and seasonal ingredients to create original and authentic cuisine. Bringing a similar approach to the refined and delicious food at Attarine, the menu showcases the best meats, vegetables, herbs and fruits; many of them are carefully sourced from independent Indonesian producers.
At the centre of the restaurant is a wood-fire oven, which turns out perfectly grilled meats, roasted vegetables and fresh bread throughout the day. Attarine’s changing daily specials and menus will depend on the best available and seasonal ingredients, which will continue to provide exciting offerings at this neighbourhood restaurant. Attarine is located on Jalan Gunawarman in South Jakarta.
“The Spice Route foundation has enabled us to incorporate our team’s influences, experiences and inspirations, plus the freshest produce and products into one refined and harmonious offering that is Attarine,” Chef Jacob said. “Our menu and changing daily specials allow us to draw on the team’s wonderful talents and explore fresh seasonal ingredients to continually create new offerings for our returning guests and truly represent ourselves one plate at a time.” Now open for dinner, Attarine is set to break new culinary and social ground in the Indonesian capital.