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Five must-try legendary coffee shops around Indonesia

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Jakarta  /  Mon, January 15, 2018  /  09:30 am
Five must-try legendary coffee shops around Indonesia

Since its establishment in 1927, Kopi Es Tak Kie, as the name suggests, serves traditional iced coffee with one mission; fighting thirst and sleepiness at the same time. (Qraved/File)

The rise of modern coffee shops in Indonesia’s major cities has not caused legendary coffee shops to shut down operations. Here are five coffee shops around Indonesia that have survived the test of time as reported by Kompas Travel.

Tak Kie Iced Coffee Shop, Jakarta


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Established in 1927, Tak Kie Iced Coffee Shop is very popular among coffee lovers. Its milk coffee uses Robusta and Arabica coffee from Lampung, Toraja and Sidikalang. Located in the famed Gang Gloria in Glodok, Jakarta, Tak Kie boasts its signature iced coffee at very affordable prices starting from Rp 15,000.- (US$1). Aside from coffee, patrons are able to enjoy full meals such as kwetiau (flat rice noodles), noodles and bihun.

Solong Coffee House, Aceh


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The Solong Coffee House located at Jl. T. Iskandar Muda 13-14, Ulee Kareng, Banda Aceh, was established in 1974. Among the menu items offered are coffee with milk, sareng coffee and black coffee. For Arabica Gayo coffee lovers, this place is a must-visit when you’re in Aceh.

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Ake Coffee House, Belitung 


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Ake Coffee House is known as the oldest coffee houses in Tanjung Pandan, as it was established in 1922. Drinks offered in this coffee house are very affordably priced, starting from Rp 6,000.- (4 US cents) to Rp 10,000.-. The common snack to accompany your coffee in Ake Coffee House is its soft-boiled egg.

Purnama Coffee House, Bandung

Purnama Coffee House was established in 1930 on Jl Alkateri Bandung. Formerly known as Chang Chong Se Coffee House, which means “Please Try”, this coffee house is managed by the family members of founders Yong A Thong and Yong Kie Lian. Aside from its famed variety of coffee, the coffee shop also serves snacks and breakfast foods. One of its most recommended snacks is roti selai srikaya (srikaya jam bread) and roti dadar worst (bread with egg and sausage). 

Kong Djie Coffee House, Belitung


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Brewing since 1943, Kong Djie Coffee House is one of the most famous coffee houses in Belitung. Offering a variety of coffee, you can find Kong Djie coffee at several places in Belitung. To accompany the delicious coffee, you can enjoy a variety of snacks offered such as fritters, donuts and nasi gemuk (spiced rice). (asw)

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