Turning Point's new location is easily the most talked about establishment in the neighbourhood, thanks to its consistent coffee and arresting interior.
A welcoming refuge in South Kemang, both classic and offbeat flavours like Ubi Cilembu are on offer in Ziato Gelato to counter the city's constant heat.
The Bali-based Sisterfields has finally reached Jakarta’s shore, bringing an all-day brunch menu with a handful of new additions that are exclusive only for the city.
After years where it has been discreetly serving coffee for nearby residents, LIMA is coming out its old shell and proudly serving chocolatey treats with coffee in Pantai Indah Kapuk.
An offshoot of Javanegra group, Daun Muda’s focus on Palembangnese and Manadonese dishes are complemented with aromatic herbs and unapologetic spiciness that jolt your senses.
For its second home, HONU is venturing to Menteng where it serves their popular poké bowls in the centre of the metropole from day to night.