Indonesia coffee addicts know that this beverage can be brewed at any time. But usually coffee is used as a casual friend and also a spirit-boosting drink. In the past, coffee could be made at home or at least bought at a shop.
But now it’s a different story. You can enjoy coffee now in shops whose concept is very unique so your social media will look aesthetic. These shops are of course also suitable as a place to hang out with friends. Then, which shops are recommended? Here’s the list.
List of Unique Coffee Shops That Are Interesting to Visit
- Cafe Brick
Where to go in Indonesia if you want to enjoy a cup of coffee? One of the answers is Cafe Brick. The reason why this coffee shop is always busy with visitors is that this coffee shop has a European-style atmosphere with the concept of British Vintage Style.
The location of Cafe Brick is in Yogyakarta (Jogjakarta), and those who come there are not only residents of Yogyakarta, but people from other cities as well. This Cafe shop is open 24 hours, so anyone who is interested can visit anytime.
- Seniman Coffee
If Yogyakarta has Coffee Brick, then Bali has Seniman Coffee (Coffee Artists). More precisely, this coffee shop is in Ubud which was founded by Rodney Glick and David Sullivan in 2010. As the name implies, those who serve visitors here are coffee-making artists.
Starting from the selection of the beans, roasting, brewing, pouring it until the coffee is ready to be enjoyed, all these processes can be seen directly by visitors. Of course, the process is carried out by the artist who is an expert in blending the right coffee.
- Otten Coffee
Otten Coffee has also become one of the famous coffee shops. There are three locations of these coffee shops, at Senopati, Citywalk Sudirman and Citywalk Gajah Mada. This coffee shop offers quite different things for its visitors.
The visitors are given the freedom to make their own coffee properly, using the machine or manually. Interested in trying it?
- District 7 Coffee & Co
You can find another unique coffee shop, namely District 7 Coffee & Co. The concept carried by this shop at Pantai Indah Kapuk is cozy and comfortable. Of course, with this concept the visitors will feel comfortable while in it.
Here there is a variety of coffee and beverage menus. Among them there is cold coffee combined with the aroma of cream and rum called Irish Blue, there is milk coffee and there is Pink Punch, which is a drink made from fresh soursop.
Not only serving drinks, visitors here can also enjoy a variety of foods. Among them are hot dogs, plecing, fish, chicken and rice and so on.
There are certainly plenty of other coffee shops that are worth a visit. But for the time being, if you are in Yogyakarta, Jakarta and Bali, the four shops above can be your options.