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Ayo Makan Signature Local Street Food with Marriot Bonvoy

Ayo Makan by Marriott Bonvoy Street Food Festival

Marriott International presents the third Ayo Makan, but this time with a theme: Ayo Makan by Marriott Bonvoy Street Food Festival.

Available at 40 of Marriott International’s hotels and resorts in Indonesia, starting from 15th November 2019 until 15th January 2020, Marriott International celebrates the tantalising flavours of local, Indonesian street food. With more than 3,000 varieties of local street food throughout the country, each participating hotel offers sought-after regional comfort food with an emphasis on heritage recipes, authentic, fuss free and delicious local dishes which are popular and synonymous to their area or city.

Food and Indonesians are inseparable, after all. Guests get exclusive access to local street food with live cooking demonstrations on street food carts but within the comfort of a hotel or resort. As part of Ayo Makan Street Food Festival, guests can enjoy one complimentary meal for each four paying guests or meals. This special offer is available when they dine at any of the hotels and resorts participating.

Bakmie Ayam Four Points by Sheraton Jakarta Thamrin

This is the list of Marriot International’s hotels and resorts in Indonesia, along with their highlighted menu for Ayo Makan by Marriott Bonvoy Street Food Festival:

1. Greater Jakarta
• Aloft Jakarta Wahid Hasyim – pisang bakar colenak
• Four Points by Sheraton Jakarta, Thamrin – bakmie ayam
• JW Marriott Hotel Jakarta – ketoprak Jakarta, kerak telor, mie ayam, es doger, and kue ppe
• Le Meridien Jakarta – soto mie Bogor
• Sheraton Grand Jakarta Gandaria City Hotel – soto mie Bogor
• The Hermitage, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel, Jakarta – mie ayam jack
• The Westin Jakarta – seblak
• MEA Jakarta The Mayflower – mie ongklok

Visitor love Soto Mie Bogor Le Meridien Jakarta

2. Bali and West Nusa Tenggara
• Courtyard by Marriott Bali Nusa Dua Resort – nasi jinggo Bali
• Courtyard by Marriott Bali Seminyak Resort – mie ayam
• Fairfield by Marriott Bali Legian – lumpiang Bali and es dawet
• Four Points by Sheraton Bali, Kuta – Chef Tastra’s sate babi Kuta
• Four Points by Sheraton Bali, Seminyak – tipat sate and es teler
• Four Points by Sheraton Bali, Ungasan – ayam isi buluh
• Le Meridien Bali Jimbaran – mie pangsit ayam
• Renaissance Bali Uluwatu Resort & Spa – bakso Malang
• Sheraton Bali Kuta Resort – tipat cantok and es daluman
• The Stones Hotel Legian Bali, Autograph Collection – rolling rombong es buah Shack Bar
• The Westin Resort Nusa Dua, Bali – nasi ayam bu oki
• Element by Westin Bali Ubud – serombotan and loloh cemcem
• Sheraton Senggigi Beach Resort – An array of sate and sambal
• Sthala, A Tribute Portfolio Hotel, Ubud Bali – bakso ayam special sthala and es campur istimewa

3. West Java
• Courtyard by Marriott – Bandung dago cilok
• Moxy Bandung – bakso and mie ayam
• Sheraton Bandung Hotel and Towers – kupat tahu
• Four Points by Sheraton Bandung – cuanki Bandung

Seblak The Westin Jakarta

4. Yogyakarta
• Marriott Yogyakarta Hotel – bubu sumsum tujuh rupa and es selendang mayang
• Sheraton Mustika Yogyakarta Resort and Spa – nasi kucing, baceman, satean, and wedhangan or kopi joss

5. East Java
• Fairfield by Marriott Surabaya – rujak cingur, rujak petis and es legen
• Sheraton Surabaya Hotel & Towers – bakwan Malang, kue leker, batagor, sate, kerupuk, martabak telur, rendang, burger, tape bakar, nasi goreng, and rujak cingur
• Four Points by Sheraton Surabaya – lontong kikil, tahu campur, rujak cingur, mie ayam Solo, and soto mie Bogor
• JW Marriott Surabaya – mie ayam, lontong balap khas kranggan, and bakso sapi khas Malang

6. Sumatra and Kalimantan
• Fairfield by Marriott Belitung – es goyobod and cuanki Bandung
• Sheraton Lampung Hotel – bumbu pindang ikan patin
• Natra Bintan, a Tribute Portfolio Resort – gorengan
• Four Points by Sheraton Balikpapan – balikpapan fritters and salome bawang dayak

7. Sulawesi
• Four Points by Sheraton Makassar – bale bolu, nasu palekko, kue satu, saraba, and es Palu butung
• Four Points by Sheraton Manado – mie goreng cakalang, nasi goreng rica roa, and es brenebon avocado

Partnership with Treasury Wine Estates (TWE)
Ayo Makan by Marriott Bonvoy Street Food Festival has collaborated with one of the world’s largest wine companies; Treasury Wine Estates (TWE). “This partnership perfectly epitomises the complementary nature between great wines and great food, and we are thrilled to showcase how Wolf Blass wines can be the perfect dining companion to local cuisines. We also encourage consumers to match Wolf Blass wines with their everyday local food,” said General Manager of Southeast Asia at Treasury Wine Estates, Yodissen Mootoosamy.

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