Latar Ayem: Vintage Javanese Cafe in Taman K Land Pandaan

The cool natural surroundings, authentic Javanese cuisine, and the bonus of attractions in Taman K Land make the dining experience at Latar Ayem unforgettable.
6 Feb 2024 ·By Izzah Putri Jurianto
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Nestled in the heart of Taman K Land, Pandaan is a special place that invites you to enjoy the beauty of nature and the delights of Javanese cuisine. Latar Ayem, a cafe integrated with its surrounding nature, creates an unforgettable dining experience.

Location and Ambiance at Latar Ayem

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Upon entering Latar Ayem, visitors are immediately captivated by the refreshing and tranquil atmosphere. The semi-outdoor concept embraced by the cafe provides a seamless connection with nature, creating a place suitable for momentarily escaping the hustle and bustle of daily life.

The traditional Javanese house becomes the main attraction, adding a touch of history and warmth. Vintage decorations, such as paintings, wooden tables and chairs, to hanging lamps, enrich the atmosphere and invite every visitor to experience the wonders of the past.

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Latar Ayem not only offers a special dining experience but also various options for enjoying it. In addition to the main dining area, which is quite enchanting, there is also an option to sit in the backyard overlooking a refreshing landscape. This choice allows visitors to feel the cool fresh air while savoring delicious dishes.

Located in Genengan, Durensewu, Pandaan, Pasuruan, Latar Ayem has the advantage of strategic accessibility. Just about 10 minutes from the Pandaan toll gate, it can be easily reached from various directions. Latar Ayem is open every day from 09:00 to 18:00 WIB.

Recommended Menus at Latar Ayem

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In line with its picturesque setting and an interior resembling a traditional Javanese house, Latar Ayem also relies on typical Indonesian dishes. Here are three recommended menu items that you can try at Latar Ayem.

  1. Iga Penyet: An Indonesian dish consisting of tender fried beef ribs served with rice, spicy sambal, and accompanying vegetables.
  1. Ote-Ote: An Indonesian snack made from a mixture of flour, vegetables, and meat, then fried to a crispy texture.
  1. Jahe Sereh: A beverage made from a blend of ginger and lemongrass, creating a fragrant and refreshing taste.

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