Had a chance to drop by to this coffee shop located in Mampang area. If you do not look closely or not paying attention, you won’t find it because they only have their name written on the window 🙂 First impression of this coffee shop is their big coffee roasting machine followed by their friendly
I’ve visited Koultoura Coffee some times last year for their brunch. I came back recently for their dessert! Not so different with the last time I came here. It still looks cozy. Unfortunately, during public holiday or weekends, they’re always crowded and running out of people. If you chose to sit on the 2nd floor,
As I was attending Asean Creative Youth Industry Fair 2015 today at Kota Tua Jakarta, I found this interesting cafe nearby.
This may not be a new place but this certainly is a fun place to hang on the weekend! Combination of art and food has really a good ambiance for working or sipping a cup of tea with book on hand.
Market is identical with fishy smell, dirty, not for youth, and the only place that nobody will hang out at. BUT, this market proved it wrong! Santa Market (or known as Pasar Santa in Indonesian) is a most happening market for youth and the hippest place to hang out at. Located in South Jakarta, Pasar
This place’s name is so traditional javanese. Jamu is a herbal medicine drink and Suwe Ora Jamu means long time no drink the herbal medicine. Javanese people believed that Jamu is great for health such as for a vitamin or literally a medicine when you are sick. I’m not really a fan of jamu as
A cafe full with cuteness is the perfect line to describe this cafe. Located at the most happening mall in town, Central Park, Aranzi Aronzo Cafe might not be as big as you imagined it would be but it’s a kinda cosy place. They are not only selling food but also some cute merchandise/stationary. Their
TraffiqueFest is the first pop up market in Serpong Tangerang that presented by Mall Alam Sutera, BongChandra group, Indovidgram dan Dagelan. They brought “Retro Christmas” to their theme for this first time.
Dominated with wood and black which emphasising its cozy side, Six Degrees Coffee Drinkers is a lovely place to hang out in Serpong or Tangerang area. The derivation of the cafe name “6 Degrees” came from the “six degrees of separation” theory that says a chain of “a friend of a friend” statements can be made to
Nanny’s Pavillon, a conceptual French American restaurant that first opened its door in Bandung, is now opened in Summarecon Mal Serpong with another new concept, FAMILY ROOM! It’s not the first time for them to be in Tangerang area as they also have a branch in Flavor Bliss, Alam Sutera with BARN concept.