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From Kyoto to Jakarta, % Arabica

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Lately, social media is quite filled with various content made at this store. Last week was the first moment for Arabica to open its branch in Indonesia or more precisely in Jakarta. A famous coffee brand originating from Kyoto, Japan, and spreading its wings to 14 countries, including Indonesia.

The enthusiasm that seemed quite high when this first outlet opened at the Central Park mall attracted attention. The position in the main lobby area makes Arabica look outstanding coupled with the stunning interior. All-white, clean, elegant shades seem to blend perfectly. The coffee bar in the middle area with a large glass pillar on top and decoration of Arabica coffee products enhances the atmosphere of this brand.


Then there is an outdoor area with several seats that face the front side of the shopping mall. Here also provided some merchandise such as bags, shoes, mugs at quite fantastic prices. At least you have to spend millions of Rupiah for piece merchandise.


The menu of this coffee drink here can be said minimalist, but for coffee geek, it certainly won't be a problem. From the espresso, latte, mocha to drip based can be found here. One of the favorites is the Spanish Latte. Guests can choose the type of milk they want, such as oat milk or soy milk for an additional cost.

The taste of the coffee is fragrant, just smooth, and combined with oat milk which gives it a special and sweet flavor that is just right. Honestly, I'm not a fan of coffee besides that I also have a high sensitivity stomach when consuming coffee. But it was really fun when I enjoyed the coffee here, it turned out that I was fine and had no problems with my stomach at all.

Arabica said that they are using a low-acidity coffee processing technique so it is safe for the stomach. As for the non-coffee menu, it's not many choices, there are only matcha, water, and lemon-infused water with a sweet and sour taste that pretty refreshing.

It is undeniable that this international brand certainly offers coffee drinks at quite high prices compare to the local brands here, especially if you have visited other branches overseas. The menu price here starts from Rp 35,000 to Rp 70,000 more or less according to the concept of a premium coffee. There is a price, of course, there is quality.

It doesn't take long, soon Arabica will open other branches in Indonesia, Jakarta and Bali. Don't forget to stop by this store in Central Park mall, don't miss the moment to take pictures here. It is guaranteed to be able to create a super fascinating shot and become a trend on social media.

Arabica,
Central Park, ground floor, jl. Letjen S. Parman, Slipi, West Jakarta
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