Sunday, October 15, 2006

Chocolate Mosque

















At the Grand Melia Hotel in Jakarta, Indonesia, chefs add the final touches to a chocolate replica of a famous mosque in Jakarta. 250 kg's of chocolate was used making it. Anyone know the name of the mosque?

10 comments:

kaya said...

Looks like Masjid Istiqlal.

CG said...

I don't think so. At first I thought it was the Blue Mosque in Istanbul, but then decided it looked more like one of the famous mosques in Lahore (the name escapes me). I personally do not think it is a replica of one mosque but a unique design combining a few of the most famous.

Shaykhspeara Sha'ira said...

There is a Badshahi Mosque in Lahore CG, but it doesn't look like that.

In the article it said it was a replica of a famous mosque in Jakarta. They could of course be wrong. Either way it's very well done. But would feel strange to be eating a mosque..hmm. I wonder if religious leaders have said anything in particular about it. I couldn't find anything online so I guess no noise has been made.

kaya said...

MAsjid Istiqlal is in Jakarta and the structure partially resembles it.

Shaykhspeara Sha'ira said...

Theek hai Kaya, aap ki baat sahi hai...lol

Lirun said...

salamat pagi..

chanti chanti..

terimah kasi..

my indonesian is very basic :)

lirun di telaviv
www.emspeace.blogspot.com

Shaykhspeara Sha'ira said...

Lirun lol you had me there. I'm like wait a minute that ain't hebrew!

Travels in Indonesia? Tell all!

Hope you are well.

kaya said...

terima kaseh is malay no?
Do they speak malay in indonesia?

Anonymous said...

Chocarta Mosque?

Whichever Mosque it is, when do we get to sample it?? 249.5kg for me, .5 kg for the rest of you! Yum.

Who said there are no blessings in mosques these days???

Ha Ana Za said...

wow!!!!! I stand amazed