Indonesia is home to many of the best coffee beans in the world, and it is only fair that Indonesia, Jakarta especially, drink more coffee and do the art of coffee drinking justice. So where are the Best Coffee Places in Jakarta? we rejoiced as more equally passionate and professional local coffee brewers and roasters kept popping up and spread around the city. We are sure that this list will grow, but for now, here are some of the best places that we can think of, that you definitely should try:

1. Tanamera

This is where the hardcore coffee heads get their coffee; Tanamera Coffee produces freshly roasted beans according to the unique formulas of their coffee experts. By adjusting the roasting profile for each coffee, they bring out the delicate flavours, notes, and aromas that are characteristic to each variety, processing method and origin. Just recently, Tanamera’s roasters won the prestigious ‘Champion International Roaster’ at the Melbourne International Coffee Exhibition.

Tanamera source Arabica coffee beans from Indonesia’s most renowned regions of coffee production,and freshly roast them in-house on their Giesen Coffee-Roasters, which you can witness yourself in their Thamrin shop. Don’t forget to bring home some of their intense cold brew to make your cup of Tanamera Coffee at home.

Thamrin City Office Park AA 07 – Jl. Kebon Kacang Raya, Central Jakarta | Telp : +62 21 2962 5599 / 5678 (Open daily, 7AM-8PM)
Jalan Ahmad Dahlan no.16 Jakarta Selatan 12130 P +6221 7278 6111
LOBBY ONE PACIFIC PLACE Jalan Jend. Sudirman Kav 52-53 SCBD, Level B1 Jakarta
PIK, Ruko Gallery 8 No. EK-EL Jl. Pantai Indah Utara 2, Pantai Indah Kapuk
SCIENTIA SQUARE PARK Jalan Scientia Boulevard No. #GV-09, Serpong

www.tanameracoffee.com

2. Common Grounds

Common Grounds is one of the forefronts in Jakarta’s ‘third wave’ coffee movement, where single-origin artisan coffee is usually the focus. The founders, Daryanto, Aston, and Yoshua have achieved barista accolades both in and out of Indonesia, and common grounds are where you can judge it yourself. Also serving brunch must-try items in this place are the Egg Benedict and Huevos Rancheros con Rendang.

City Walk Sudirman Lantai Ground, Jl. KH Mas Mansyur Kav. 121, Jakarta | P. +62 21 25558963
Pondok Indah Mall 2, 3rd floor | P:  +6221 75920880
Instagram: @commongrounds

3. Djournal House

From the makers of “Good Coffee for Good People,” Djournal Coffee presents Indonesia’s first-ever Coffee and Cocktail Bar: Djournal House. With a love and passion for coffee, music, and cocktails, Djournal House will bring all three elements together to elevate your coffee experience to the next level. Having a dedicated Coffee Roastery & Music Bar, Djournal House will be the freshest place for all young creatives to make connections and look for inspiration. Believing that life is too short for bad coffee, Djournal House will make anyone feel right at home. For the love of coffee, music, and cocktail, Djournal House invites everyone to eat, drink, and celebrate together. All-day, every day.

Jl. Gunawarman No.11A, RT.5/RW.6, Kebayoran Baru, Kota Jakarta Selatan 12110
Phone: (021) 27516939
https://www.ismaya.com/eat-drink/djournal-house

4. Anomali Coffee

Established in 2007, Anomali Coffee is one of the forefronts in promoting Indonesian single-origin coffee beans to both the country’s coffee drinkers and the world. Anomali roasts their organic Aceh Gayo, Bali Kintamani, Flores Bajawa, Papua Wamena, Luwak, and other premium beans in-house and brews them with care using their prized Italian espresso machines. Baristas wannabes or just coffee-heads can also get advanced espresso training at their Senopati branch.

Locations:
Senopati (Café & Training Centre) Jalan Senopati No. 19 Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta Selatan.| (+6221) 52920102
Kemang – Jl. Kemang Raya No. 72 Unit G Jakarta 12730 | (+6221) 7194742
Setiabudi One – Jl. HR Rasuna Said Kav 62 Karet Setiabudi, Jakarta Selatan. | (+6221) 5229228
Menteng – Jln Teuku Cik Ditiro No. 52 Menteng, Jakarta Pusat | (+6221) 3106370
www.anomalicoffee.com

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