Weekend Coffee Guide: Titik Temu Jenggala, Kopi Kalyan Barito, and Tanamera KemangCity Guide
Jakarta’s love for coffee runs deep. With the growth of local coffee brands and cafes around town, there are many choices for aficionados to enjoy a cup. We’ve curated a line up of a few cafes you might want visit over the weekend.
Titik Temu Jenggala in Senopati
After successfully launching a coffee shop in Seminyak, Bali, Indonesian singer Raisa Andriana brings home her owned famed coffee shop, Titik Temu. Located at Jl Jenggala III No.3, Titik Temu Jenggala offers caffeine lovers a serene atmosphere which reflects the character of the neighbourhood.
The ivory coloured, minimalist decor renders it a blissful space in the middle of bustling Senopati, and while enjoying a great cup of coffee, heightens the weekend vibes. Like its Bali counterpart, coffee can be enjoyed both inside or in the backyard.
Jl. Jenggala III No.3, Selong, Senopati, South Jakarta
Kopi Kalyan in Barito
Named among the most popular coffee shops in the Cikajang neighborhood since the cafe opened in 2016, Kopi Kalyan expanded its second outlet in Barito with a bigger space. This location features a roastery concept and unfinished-style decor. It’s like having a cup of coffee in a revamped old coffee roastery furnished in cement walls which boasts an industrial character.
Kopi Kalyan Barito is always busy in the evening hours. Open since late 2018, many people stick to the old school favourites, Kopi Susu Kalyan that never goes out of style. An array of bakery items are available at the counter. Whether spending time in the cafe for work or hanging out in the backyard, Kalyan is definitely a place to enjoy a good cup of coffee.
Jl. Barito I no.19, Blok M, Kebayoran Baru, South Jakarta
Tanamera in Kemang
Since last year, Tanamera has been a favourite for local coffee. Since launching its first range of coffee products sourced from local plantations in 2013, Tanamera has grown, and recently opened its latest store in Kemang. Located next to Hotel Monopoli Kemang, it’s easily recognised by its bold signage.
Its five outlets are similarly decorated with grey and red finishes which create a warm atmosphere. There are many caffeine-based drinks such as Cold White Coconut or Ubi Latte. A variety of entrees include Black Nasi goreng along with a range of pastry dishes.
Jl. Taman Kemang No. 6. Bangka-Kemang, South Jakarta