Kitchenesia.com - Ismaya Live, an event organizer part of Ismaya, cooperated with GoFood, has succesfully wrapped up the sixth Jakarta Culinary Feastival (JCF) on October 3-6 at Senayan City Mal, Jakarta.
With In Bloom as this year’s theme, JCF 2019 brought current food trend that shaped Indonesia’s F&B industry in general.
Through its 4 concepts that encompasses taste, sip, learn, and fun , JCF 2019 offered an absolute food voyage through dozens of popular F&B tenants, as well as various food-related activities that divided in two large event tents: Spoon Tent and Fork Tent, both are located in Senayan City area.
Spoon Tent was the restaurant area to enjoy delicacies from 20 well-known restaurants, that also became GoFood’s best-seller merchants. Sweet tooths and coffee aficionados were spoiled at desserts and coffee vendors at Fork Tent.
Not only it offered trendy sweet delicacies, Fork Tent also exhibited high-quality kitchen appliances and eating utensils.
From mixologist, barista, to F&B experts, more than 49 local and iternational culinary stars attended the event 4 days straight.
They shared their expertises in various activities such as cooking demo, coffee demo, kids’ cooking class, talkshow, pastry demo, Masterclass, and wine tasting.
“At JCF 2019, foodies and food experts interacted to each other seamlessly through many activities that lasted four days straight,” said Sarah Deshita as the Brand Manager of Ismaya Live.
JCF 2019 saw the presence of four Michelin-Star chefs: Juliene Royer from Singapore (No. 1 Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2019 & No. 18 World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2019), Ivan Brehm from Singapore (No. 39 Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2019), Richie Lin from Taiwan (No. 7 Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants) dan Manjunath Mural, head chef of Ismaya’s new concept resto Gunpowder Kitchen & Bar.