There is stiff competition between the luxury hotels on weekend brunches. Kempinski is a strong competitor. Staff, service, organisation excellent. Difficult to find more friendly waiters. Location: nice, central, restaurant with an outside patio, not extraordinary but fully acceptable. Food: international, Japanese, Chinese, Indonesian, European, German (bread and pretzels). Some quality coiuld be improved: oysters were almost tasteless, mussels dry, ice cream with too much skimmed milk. But the rest was OK. Beer (they have Bavarian brand!), wine has to be paid extra by glass which puts an extra charge on your wallet. Due to the almost alcohol free zone you can fully enjoy Indonesian family life (very few "westeners" there). All in all: very good but room for improvement
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