Furama is an affordable Chinese restaurant, specializing in Cantonese and Hakka cuisine. Established since 1978, it is very popular among the Chinese community in Jakarta. They also have a ballroom for weddings.

Furama relocated on Jalan Hayam Wuruk a few years ago, and it is now much more modern, probably a bit too much. They have large boards everywhere advertising the restaurant promotions ("all you can eat Dim Sum for Rp53,300++"), making the place look like a fast-food. I wouldn't advise coming there for an intimate dinner, in particular a date.

I visited Furama after midnight, and at that time only Bubur (rice porridge) was available. I had the Bubur Pitan, and added a plate of grilled Pork and grilled Duck. I didn't keep the bill, but I remember the total was approximately Rp100,000. Compared to another Bubur I had in Kamseng restaurant, the one in Furama tasted much better. The Duck and Pork was more average, probably because of the ingredients used.
Bubur Pitan
Overall: Furama is not a must-try restaurant, but if you live or work nearby, I would recommend it to you because it has a good value-for-money, especially for lunch. If you are enjoying Kota's nightlife, it can also be a stop on the way home as it stays open until quite late.
Opening Hours
Everyday from 11am to 2am (3am during the weekend)

Jalan Hayam Wuruk no. 45
11160 Jakarta
Phone number: +62-21 625 7272
Fax: +62-21 626 0163

Website: http://www.furama.co.id
Twitter: http://twitter.com/FuramaResto
Email: furamaresto@gmail.com or sales@furama.co.id

For more information about the best places in Jakarta to eat dim sum, plus where they have all-you-can-eat promos, read my article The best all-you-can-eat dim sum in Jakarta

1 comment to '' Furama (Restaurant in Jalan Hayam Wuruk) "

  1. I've been here a few times and the food tastes very good.
    The atmosphere is only OK.
    Service is attentive
    Price reasonable.