Jakarta’s 10 Must-Try Cafés

Gordi

Situated in the quieter side of South Jakarta, Gordi was established in 2015, becoming Indonesia’s first coffee subscription. It delivers coffee beans every week, billing customers every month.

Other than that, Gordi also has a coffee shop that also serves as their headqarters. The two-story industrial-themed concrete structure has a spacious, manicured lawn where customers can kick back and enjoy their drinks. Head over to their café and try the flaky pastries made by Levant Boulangerie.

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Kopi Manyar

How many architects does it take to design a coffee shop? In Kopi Manyar’s case, four. Designed and owned by Isandra and Audite Matin, Fandy Gunawan, and Angie Miranti, Kopi Manyar perfectly reflects the no-fuss, minimalist style of the firm its four owners work for, Andramatin Architects.

Like their decor, the shop’s menu is streamlined and simple—a good selection of hot and cold coffee, and a handful of food ranging from snacks to heavier meals.

Use Waze or Google Maps to look for the café—its apperance is a cross between a house and an art gallery. With its all-white palette, freshly brewed coffee, and Zen-inspired garden, Kopi Manyar is an oasis in hectic Jakarta.

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