With the concept of typical Indonesian home cooking, restaurant Kila Kila by Akasya presents a traditional culinary indulgence.
A variety of home-cooked menu is served in a classy and stylish atmosphere with a touch of Indonesian decor, with the use of wooden ornaments and elegant batik touches. Meaning “The Sound of Joy”, Kila-Kila is represented by a wall of ornamental windmills that greets guests upon entering.
A range of authentic, but just slightly off the ordinary selections from the archipelago can be found in the menu. Try their rendition of Chicken Tum Bali or the Nasi Campur Bali, perfect to share with a serving of Sambal Matah. Other home-cooked menu such as the Javanese authentic menus can also be found, like Soto Ayam, or Pecel Madiun. There are a total of 70 menus presented with an authentic regional, all with Kila Kila’s personal touches.
With a mission to highlight Indonesian cuisine to a higher level, enjoy upgraded ‘nusantara’ specials such as Iga Bakar Sereh, Sate Wagyu, Tumis Bunga Pepaya, Cumi Hitam, and many more.
Situated in the SCBD, Kila Kila has gained quite the reputation despite only been opened for a few months. It has a total capacity of 109 seats and 33 tables divided into two areas, smoking and no smoking area with a bar. There’s also a VIP room that can accommodate 18 to 20 people.
Photos by Yulis K. Basuki
Jl. Jendral Sudirman Kav 52-53
SCBD, Gedung Lot 4 - 7th Floor