Coffee is everywhere in Jakarta, and there are plenty of cafes that cater to a variety of preferences.
However, the most famous is the Cafe Asiatique.
Located at the intersection of the two busy roads, it is one of the oldest cafes in Jakarta.
Its origins are in the 18th century when it was established as a home for poor Indonesians, many of whom fled the war in Indonesia and settled in the port city of Kota Bharu.
The cafe’s original name, Cafe Asiasi, translates roughly as “house of beans”.
The café is situated at the southern end of the busy streets, near the intersection with the Blue River.
This street is known as the Silk Road because of the extensive trade between the port cities of Kuta Bharu and Bandung.
As the name suggests, the cafe is also famous for its excellent coffee, which has been served in the coffee shop since the 1820s.
However the cafe has a unique story.
In 1859, the owner of the cafe, an Englishman named Edward Colman, decided to start selling tea and coffee at the cafe.
Although the coffee was sold on the street, it was only through the kindness of the locals that the tea and the coffee were sold in the cafe by the owner.
This was a huge win for the local people.
This act of generosity led to the establishment of the first Coffee Café in Kota Bulu, on the northern side of the city.
Today, this cafe is called the Cafe Bulu.
In the 1800s, the coffeehouse became a popular place for visiting foreigners.
However it also served as a haven for Indonesian people who felt uncomfortable staying at home during the Indonesian civil war.
In order to keep the coffee flowing during the war, coffeehouses were also built in the areas around Kota Baukak.
The coffeehouses offered different kinds of coffee, from the classic white bean coffee to the green coffee.
Today you can find a variety in the cafes along the Blue and Silk Roads.
The Cafe Asia is also known as one of Indonesia’s oldest and best coffee shops.
Originally opened in 1883, it has been serving coffee since the 1860s.
It has the distinction of being the oldest and most famous coffeehouse in Indonesia.
It is located at the junction of the Silk and Blue Rivers.
The name means “blue path” in English, which is the color of the sky.
Although most of the coffee is made from organic beans, some coffee is also made with traditional malted milk.
The main part of the menu at the Cafe is a mix of coffee and other Indonesian food.
It’s famous for a special coffee called “Sama”.
The coffee is served with an egg roll and a piece of fruit, called a kuram, which are placed on a plate.
It can be enjoyed for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
If you want to try some other Indonesian cuisine, try the Curry Curry and Curry Curry.
The Kota Asiatiques coffeehouse is a bit smaller than the Cafe.
It also has a separate café called Kota Bandung, which offers an excellent breakfast, as well as a variety with vegetarian options.
The food here is more traditional, but the atmosphere is very relaxing and friendly.
As an aside, the Kota asiatiques have the best curry in Jakarta and the best Indonesian coffee.
The Asiatices are also known for their excellent coffee.
If that’s not enough, the Cafe Café also serves a variety specialty coffee drinks such as iced tea and lemonade.
It sells a variety products, including coffee, tea, iced chocolate, ices and sweets.
If coffee is something you want, try coffee with your meals at the Café Asiatica, as they serve coffee drinks, ice tea, lemonade, lemon rolls and even iced iced coffee.