Indonesian Restaurant Review: Umaqita, Serving Balinese Food With One Of A Kind Experience at PIK

Tuesday, 13 September 2022 | 08:52 WIB
  • Umaqita serves one of a kind Balinese foo experience.
    Umaqita serves one of a kind Balinese foo experience. - Culinary scene in Pantai Indah Kapuk is full of surprise.

    Just when you put a new restaurant on the bucket list, another one pops out.

    Kitchenesia TV recently visits Umaqita, a Balinese restaurant that is only a little over one year old.

    It is easy to spot Umaqita.

    To get to this restaurant, you only need to walk along the Pancoran PIK area.

    Its greenhouse-inspired façade surely looks striking in the middle of Chinatown.

    As you enter the restaurant, you will be greeted by the semi-indoor part.

    Here, you will get sun exposure from every corner.

    But surprisingly, it is not humid here.

    All because of the high ceiling, good ventilation, and most importantly, plenty of ceiling fans.

    Only at Umaqita, you can savor Balinese foods with a one-of-a-kind experience.

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    Umaqita displays its delicious spread of side dishes in a buffet separated by a glass screen.

    Quite ring a bell, doesn’t it?

    Yes, the display is inspired by warteg.

    Design-wise, Umaqita boasts garden-inspired décor featuring wood accents all over the place and lots of house plants.

    The garden-inspired vibe also extends to the second floor.

    Umaqita is the best place for large-group dining for it offers large capacity and lots of chairs.  
    This restaurant also has private dining rooms, spacious, family-friendly, and intimate.

    Umaqita is on top of our list when it comes to a family restaurant.

    Did we mention Umaqita offers seriously tasty foods?

    And on top of that, the selections are abundant, too.

    Go see the video below for our complete review of Umaqita.

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    David Togatorop
    David Togatorop


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