KOI Restaurant has been around for more than ten years. They first started in Kemang in 2002, be-fore finally opened their second outlet in Mahakam. While there’s a lot of restaurant that tries to be everything but failed, KOI offers a combination of Asian and Western restaurant and did it really well. You’ll find spaghetti that’s as good as their mi goreng and poulet roti that’s as good as their black pepper chicken. In fact their idea of melting both world on a table is represented real well in their famous dessert, Bika Ambon Creme Brulee.
To top that off, KOI Restaurant also packed in an art gallery inside their venue, making your expe-rience goes beyond food, but also a little trip to entertain your art senses.