In the middle of the proliferation of coffee shop businesses that offer perfect cups of coffee and comfortable ambiances, Jakarta still leaves old and modest coffee grinding stalls with their interesting stories.
Tucked inside Kemang 37 building on Kemang Raya, ONE FIFTEENTH provides great locally grown and roasted coffee and a wide variety of great dishes in an unapologetically minimalist décor.
With an area of more than 250sqm, the Tanah Abang Community Store will be designed not only as a coffee shop, but it will also house rooms for workshop and classes.
If you’re interested in the world of coffee shops, it’s important to understand what you’ll need to open your own coffee shop. Your checklist is going to be long, but every step is crucial to your success.
Introducing the brand’s first drive-thru outlet at Batam and the new Starbucks Reserve DELIPARK Mall, Medan.
Aston Priority Simatupang Hotel & Conference Center's dining outlet Canary Coffee Shop and LA Lounge offers an Italian dining experience with a trattoria style where guests could indulge in various Italian pastas.
Introducing an immersive coffee experience brought to you by Starbucks Indonesia! Craft your coffee passion with Starbucks Reserve Sulawesi Toraja Sapan Village and Starbucks Sumatra.
As part of its 17th anniversary celebration, Starbucks expanded their store portfolio to 403 stores in 32 cities and is now luring coffee lovers around Labuan Bajo.
Located in Gunawarman, Djournal House fuses cafe culture, with an addition of an exposed bar, as well as a music corner where one can buy vinyl records by local and international artists.
We’ve curated a line up of a few cafes you might want visit over the weekend.
In January 2018, Djournal Coffee launched a new category on their drink list, inspired by Indonesian local delicacies and specially made coffee with its very own Batavia Blend.
Celebrity chef Farah Quinn has teamed up with Peacock Lounge at Fairmont Jakarta to create a special festive afternoon tea set that can be enjoyed by the guests
Every 1 October is commemorated as International Coffee Day when all coffee enthusiasts around the globe celebrate the importance and the beauty of coffee as one of the most-liked beverages in the world.