Djournal Coffee Grand Indonesia

Because another coffee shop is just what we need, right?

No, that’s not sarc, my favorite kind of -asm. It is what it is, a rhetoric.

There has been quite a rapid shrooming of coffee houses lately. And not just that, the whole industry is getting exciting, from farmers to roaster to traders. It is only natural that a powerhouse like Ismaya crave for a share of the pie. Or maybe they just want to have it in their line of successful portfolio. Whether the earlier or the latter, when they’re in the game, they never been less than serious in developing a brand.

My eyes were astounded with the amount of details they put in the design to create an ambience that resembles none of the competitors. A bar that centers the whole area kinda tone down the barriers between patrons and baristas. Stools and chairs that look and feel as vintage as it needs to be. And the striking yet soft in the eye teal color woods.

In one corner are the cold drip set, in another are the pour over station. It appears that Djournal is not just playing around. They really know what they’re doing with the beans. Splat out a few hundred million espresso machine and prepare to be intimidated. At least that’s what I thought, being a non-coffee-aficionado myself. Don’t get me wrong, I enjoyed their coffee too, just in my own amateur way. If I had to choose, I’d rather resort to their selections of dessert or cakes. And I did just that with their Nutella Cake, which was pretty close to scrumptious. It has a creamier outer shell with a layer of choco nutty goodness right in the middle.

Should this write up do justice? Of course not. Especially for the coffee. I will need help on that part from you. But from what I experienced, as an alternate working space, this is splendid. 😉 Right in the middle of the city, comfortable and opens before the mall does. A few cakes and desserts while meeting wouldn’t hurt too.

Cheers,

Ruby
Jakarta Food Photographer & Storyteller

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Djournal Coffee Grand Indonesia
West Mall Ground Floor

Opening Hours:
Daily 10AM – 12PM

Phone: 021-23581835
Twitter: @DjournalCoffee
Facebook: Djournal Coffee


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Fellexandro Ruby

Food photographer, and story teller sharing his passion in food, travel, culinary hits and highlights. Always on the mission to make you drool. Founder of Wanderbites.com

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