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You can now eat science.

Aprilia Nurohmah   19 December 2016 13:58

Brilio.net - If you're a fan of bizarre food or dining experiences, molecular gastronomy, a cooking technique that blends physics and chemistry to transform the tastes and textures of food, might be for you.

In Jakarta, one will be able to find such an experience at the Namaaz Private Dining in Jalan Gunawarman, South Jakarta, where the concept "what you see is not what you get" offers guests typical Indonesian dishes served in a way that may be unfamiliar to many. 

Everyday, the restaurant receives just 28 customers, all of whom will have to have booked a table online. 

1. Chef Adrian Ishak, the man behind the concept. 

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2. Chicken balado sphere.

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3. Malang bakwan churros and foamy soup.

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4. Dodol toothpaste.

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5. Chicken opor pen and paper

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6. Fish pepes in a glass

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7. Bakwan donuts

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