The Indonesian capital, usually more associated with loud hotel bars, thumping nightclubs or karaoke joints, joins the likes of London, New York and Dubai in hosting a Buddha Bar.
While neighbours such as Thailand have suffered a deepening political crisis in the last three years, Indonesia's young democracy has surprised many by its resilience, and the economy has also benefited from a period of booming commodity prices.
New wine bars and bistros such as Cork & Screw, Loewy and Birdcage have also sprung up to serve a growing middle class and expatriates. Wine appreciation classes are also popular.
Harvey Nichols, the luxury U.K.-based retailer, opened its debut store in the Indonesian capital in October with a floor housing a trendy restaurant, bar and wine shop.