I-ta Suki Restaurant was established in 2004 located in north of Jakarta at Pluit area. It was formally under the supervision of Blue Sky Hotel (4 star hotel) which is at Balikpapan, East Kalimantan that has achieved ISO 2000 in the hospitality industry& restaurant management.
Buat kamu yang ingin menyantap makanan sehat dengan harga terjangkau, inilah tempat terbaiknya. Restoran ini mengusung konsep sajian shabu-shabu, yakni aneka sayur dan bahan pengisi yang dimasak sendiri di dalam kuah kaldu. Seluruh menu yang ditawarkan dibanderol mulai dari Rp 20 ribu per porsinya, dan rata-rata disajikan dalam porsi cukup besar. Bahkan nih ya, ada beberapa paket yang harganya nggak lebih dari Rp 100 ribu untuk bersantap dua orang.
Best Tom Yum broth in Jakarta! Sour and spicy, paired with their signature chilli sauce and garlic oil. Not to mention the wide selection of things you can put on your broth; dumplings, meat balls, veggies, etc.
They also serve different dishes of Oriental dishes with decent price and portion.
Rainy days in Jakarta always call for a hearty, warm feed. Hot pot is a great choice, as it is also a family-friendly choice.
I-Ta Suki isn't the only hot-pot-specializing restaurant in Jakarta, but I think it'll do well against the rivals. The ordering system is similar with the others. You choose your kind of soup first, whether it's chicken broth, tom yum broth, or both. Personally, I like the tom yum better as it has more complex flavour and it has some exciting tang.
The you go to the fridges where you can pick the stuff to be drown into the soup. The colour of the plate will tell you its price. Some of my favourites are the beef slices (which cook very quickly so keep your eyes on it), beef-wrapped enoki (delicious morsels, I always love the crunchiness of the enoki and how it soaks the soup nicely), and fresh vegetables (you need to eat your veggies!).
The hot pot warms you up very easily, especially when you add some dabs of chilli sauce and eat it together with your loved ones.
They also offer dim sum menus, and the kaki ayam (chicken feet) that I've tried are more than decent, although the sauce is a tad bit too watery for me.