Reyza Ramadhan

Parti Gastronomi

An agriculture practitioner, Reyza Ramadhan joined the Food and Agriculture Organization of The United Nations (FAO) in Indonesia as national personnel. Reyza’s work is focused on creating innovation in the agricultural sector, and he is now one step closer to providing Indonesia with the first National Strategy of E-agriculture. His passion for gastronomy is also reflected in his work as part of the culinary collective Parti Gastronomi, a platform that celebrates Indonesia’s glorious food and agriculture heritage.

Seorang praktisi agrikultur, Reyza Ramadhan bergabung dengan Food and Agriculture Organization of The United Nations (FAO) di Indonesia sebagai pegawai nasional. Pekerjaan Reyza fokus pada penciptaan inovasi di sektor pertanian, dan ia sudah selangkah lebih dekat untuk menyediakan Strategi Nasional E-agriculture pertama di Indonesia. Kecintaannya pada gastronomi juga tercermin dalam karyanya sebagai bagian dari kolektif kuliner Parti Gastronomi, sebuah platform yang memuliakan warisan pangan dan pertanian Indonesia yang luhur.

Appearing In

Rotten Delicacy: A Bali-meets-Bandung Culinary Adventure

Parti Gastronomi presents a Bali-meets-Bandung collab using Bali’s almighty spice paste, Base Genep, with Sundanese favourite, Nasi Tutug Oncom, rice mixed with grilled fermented soy, all served with sauteed young …

Healing Your Gut with Fermented Foods

Fermented foods are rich in beneficial probiotics and antioxidants and play a significant role in improving digestion and building a stronger immunity. Indonesia’s beloved tempe is a nutritious fermented soy …

Smoked-Up and Home-Grown Feast at Suku

Suku welcomes Indonesia’s own Vivi Millian from Riung Rasa, famous for her smoked meats and Indonesian home cooking, alongside Parti Gastronomi, brave Bandung-based gastronomy warriors passionate about their food heritage …

Sorghum: Indonesia’s New Superfood

Sorghum is a nutritional powerhouse that is high in fiber, antioxidants and packed full of protein, iron and minerals. It can be seen in the plant reliefs of Borobudur dating …