Waroeng Jawa is a popular local meeting point especially in the late afternoon, where guests gather for afternoon tea and cakes (complimentary for in-house guests). A humble traditional Javanese–style stall lit by oil lamps, featuring a variety of traditional snacks and cakes as well as a vast choice of local tea, coffee or herbal drinks are attended by Mbah Man (Grandfather Man), a sweet Javanese man with the warmest toothless smile and most humble Javanese hospitality. Mbah Man is now more than 80 years old, and has been working at the hotel since he was a young boy.
The hotel’s restaurant serves the best dining in town, ranging from traditional Indonesian, Chinese and European cuisines, and was given awards by the local government for its uncompromised quality. The restaurant has an exotic East Javanese atmosphere from the Dutch colonial era, characterized by giant white-washed pillars, furniture of the similar period, and candles every evening.
Under the starry skies and shady trees at Tugu Yard, enjoy a romantic candlelight dinner featuring a special menu of aromatic spices and exotic flavors of the Indonesian archipelago prepared by our cook, Mbok Musinem.
As the evening sun dips spectacularly into the Indian Ocean, enter another world of exotic East Java, a dreamlike atmosphere filled with candlelight and magical sounds. Share a romantic dinner with a special person under the full moon on a private beach illuminated by oil lanterns and the setting sun.
For an unforgettable Javanese experience, reserve The Lost Temple Private Dinner by Candi Penataran lit by hundreds of candles and serenaded by a flute player throughout the evening. Revel in the serenity and find yourself transported into another world of ancient charm and beauty.
Waroeng presents a “lifestyle experience” of Javanese people from the past and the present. It celebrates how they dine together at the comfort of their own homes.