South Jakarta holds a lot of memories in my life. I grew up schooling in Bintaro, then Pondok Indah. I used to visit a local church in Fatmawati, bought my first jewelry gift for an ex-girlfriend in Melawai and ate gultik at Blok M Plaza. I do not always love the south, but whenever I passed it by, memories poured in my mind heavier than a waterfall.
One day, I was driving to a money changer in Blok M when I suddenly passed Djule Kofi. Back then, it was still under construction, yet it caught my attention. A few weeks ago I finally got the chance to step in the crowded room of the newly opened Djule Kofi!
As you can see from these photos, the place were too crowded for us. Our original plan was to chill and write for hours, which is very much impossible to do at a place this crowded. Before we decided to drive to another place, HG got himself a Djule Kofi’s cold brew.
What was I thinking? Blok M on a Sunday is never a good idea to chill and relax. South Jakarta’s weekend is always filled with socializing and outing. I remember the days when I was still hanging out with my high school friends in the south, I was rarely at home. These days, I would rather sleep.
We can’t really talk about the food since we didn’t had any of them. But I could quite vouch for its cold brew. It is definitely one of the best in Jakarta.
Healthy lifestyle is totally a trend these days. I even spotted granola being sold at Djule Kofi. I wish it will be easier to be found more and more these days!
So that was my observation of Djule Kofi. If you visit it one day, please do tell us about your experience. You will probably have a better observation since we were just inside for a few minutes. Most of the time, I was just sitting outside while waiting for HG to finish taking photos.