Waroeong Kopikoe, Jakarta


Waroeng Kopikoe is one of  authentic Indonesian Restauranta located in Central Park Shopping Mall. The concept of the restaurant is more on traditional design where the chair, table and floor made of wood. I would comment on poor customer service such as no smile, no greeting, no response when we inquired a seat.



The choices of the beverages more on Indonesia (Java) food. Perhaps introduce “chef” in once a while.

Crispy Mushroom IDR 19,000 | Rating: 3 out of 5

Chilly Padi Fried Rice IDR 23,000

Chilly Padi Fried Rice IDR 23,000|Rating : 3 out of 5

Nasi Uduk Complit IDR 28,000

Nasi Uduk Complit IDR 28,000 |Rating : 4 out of 5

The taste of crispy mushroom is fair enough. Why? It’s because the mushroom’s quiet crispy but not really salty. For me, I do not really know how to fried crispy mushroom well. When I looked at the menu and picture, I saw quiet unique food that I never try before which is chilly padi fried rice. The smell of the fried rice quiet weird and the taste is not really delicious compare to normal fried rice. The most famous rice when we came to Java restaurant is “Nasi Uduk”. Nasi Uduk complete that waroeng kopikoe serve quiet satisfying for us.

The value of this restaurant is acceptable compare to other Indonesia restaurant.




Despite indoor ambiance, they have outdoor ambiance where you may enjoy central park garden view. This restaurant is suitable for chill out with friends, best friends, and couple.

Find out their restaurant at:

Waroeng Kopikoe

Central Park 3rd Floor

Jl Letjen S Parman Kav 28 Slipi 11470

West Jakarta

Telp: (021) 29200285


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August 2013

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