The Sukovati became the first restaurant featuring Indonesian cuisine not only in Saint Petersburg, but in the entire Russia as well. It serves Indonesian and Japanese cuisines.
The main feature of the exotic venue is not only unusual cuisine, but also plates and dishes. Here the food is served in traditional Indonesian plates made of teak tree and dishes made of burnt clay. Wicker furniture and wooden tables create a cozy and home-like atmosphere.
The menu of the Sukavati Restaurant offers a large choice of Indonesian and Japanese soups, dishes of noodle, fish, seafood, meat and poultry. Here you will also be offered sushi, sashimi, nigiri sushi, and rolls. The best way to try traditional Indonesian cuisine is to order national Indonesian dish, which is a set of several hot courses and rice as a garnish.
In the Sukavati Restaurant there are three halls intended for 80 persons. In the basement of the restaurant there is a dance floor. On Friday and Saturday evenings it is the place where professional DJs play their music.