After our debut post about the new coffee shops findings in Jakarta, many of you have been curious to know even more. And how could you not? With coffee shops popping up all around Jakarta, offering even more authentic coffee brews served in an eclectic concept designs, Jakartans can now enjoy their cups of fresh brew at more places! Now read on to find out which five coffee shops you can visit this month.
Located next to the newly-opened Leon restaurant in South Jakarta, Twenty Fifth aims to provide sanctuary for the creative minds in Jakarta.
With its black-brick exterior, the coffee shop boasts vintage charm with wooden tables and lazy chairs with greeneries all around. Because who doesn’t love to gaze at some greenery while sipping their cup of Joe, right? Twenty Fifth serves a wide-range of coffees as well as delicious light bites (burgers, pizza and gelato!) and yummy pastries.
Another Aussie-based coffee shop hits town. Located in the PIK Avenue mall, Toby’s Estate offers coffee lovers single origin coffee beans, its iconic Australian flat-white coffee and brunch menus enveloped in a spacious modern interior design (long sofas, floor-to-ceiling windows and industrial roof) and a brew bar in the middle of the venue.
Doma Dona Coffee
With the blend of industrial design concept and modern interior, Doma Dona Coffee exudes a cosy and relaxing ambience (indoor and outdoor), which is perfect for a mid-break. Elsewhere, the coffee shop that is located in Kebayoran area also offers end-to-end service concept where they plant, roast and brew it into a cup for their patrons using authentic Toraja’s coffee beans.
Expanding its coffee shop, Dua Coffee has moved to a new and bigger location also in the Cipete area. The coffee joint boasts a gorgeous wooden ceiling, brick walls, and long communal tables for everyone from family to friends to enjoy their coffee fix. Dua Coffee is not just known for its house blends caffeine beverages, but also for its comfort food, such as eggs benedict, pasta and mouthwatering desserts.
What a quirky name! Tucked away in Puri Kencana area, Dancing Goat offers the regular charm of a coffee joint with its industrial design concept, single hallway table and dim-lit lighting. However, once you enter the second floor you will be exposed to a spacious area ideal to enjoy your cup of brew alone or with a group of friends. Visitors can enjoy a blend of coffee beans from Java, Lombok and Flores as well as non-caffeinated drinks and, of course, a plate or two of tasty cakes.
Photo: Courtesy of @duacoffee