The Café
Luxurious All Day Restaurant in The Heart of Jakarta
The Cafe Muliadining

Open 24 hours daily and featuring luxurious décor along with exceptional service, a meal at The Café will satisfy your palate no matter the time of the day!


Cuisine : International
Breakfast : Monday - Saturday: 6 AM - 10 AM
Sunday & Public Holiday: 6 - 10.30 AM 
Lunch : 12 PM - 2.30 PM
Dinner : 6 PM - 11 PM (Last order at 10.30 PM)
Afternoon Tea : 3 PM - 6 PM

Dress Code

Smart casual

Featured Dishes

sop buntut the cafe hotel mulia jakarta
The Secret Recipe to The Café's Sop Buntut

Hotel Mulia Senayan ranks on the top of culinary favourites in Jakarta city yet many have not explored its delicious depths in its entirety. Featuring some of the award wining restaurants like Table8 and Orient8, famous for their Pan Asian cuisines, remains a popular dining attraction. For others, they love the varieties in The Café located on the lobby floor of Hotel Mulia which features International cuisines and possibly the biggest dessert selection in the city.

The Café is famed for its specialty Chefs with years of International and local experience, procuring freshest ingredients, importing quality meats, creating attractive menus and more. One delicacy on the menu in The Café is Sop Buntut- the local favourite. This oxtail soup enjoys a national status and is favoured by local and international diners alike. The kitchen team follows a strict step by step methodology where the meat is cooked for a combined 12-18 hours to render it juicy and tender leaving the broth flavoured like a consommé. The secret recipe to the Sop Buntut makes it stand apart from the others in the city along with the fact that the oxtail is carefully chosen and imported for The Café diners.

One can order the Sop Buntut a la Carte at The Café or order room service for in-house guests.

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Ranks as The Top 5 National Dishes of Indonesia, Try Gado-gado at The Café

The Gado-gado is quintessentially a reflection of Indonesian cuisine assembled with a set of given vegetables tossed into a peanut sauce. The sauce holds the magic to the dish and its secrets are guarded closely by the Chefs. Seasoned diners can detect the creaminess, flavour, texture of the sauce which is still prepared on the stone mortar and pestle called Ulekan. Each individual Gado-gado salad sauce in Hotel Mulia is lovingly prepared freshly by hand by experienced Chefs. Only the freshest ingredients are chosen and cut for each individual portion. The correct ripeness of each element is essential for the sauce to enhance its flavour. Gado-gado ranks as the top 5 National dishes of Indonesia and we recommend trying this out at The Café in Hotel Mulia Senayan.