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Opening Hours
Mon. -Sun. : 10:00-22:00
Payment Methods
Cash / Tunai
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Review (1)
Level2 2016-04-22
Original review at http://www.nahmj.com/2016/04/22/mokka-coffee-cabana-cafe-south-quarter-jakarta-indonesia/Mokka Coffee Cabana Cafe has quite a few cafes spread throughout Jakarta. The one I visited was at South Quarter. Perhaps the most convenient location might be Lippo Mall.Admittedly, I was first inveigled by Mokka Coffee Cabana Cafe design. Though the entire space look white, it has designs such as doodling on the wall and they have smartly used mosaic to create some structure and design instead of leaving it plain white. In short, one might feel the hipster look in it.The working space of the barista is open while the kitchen is closed. Nonetheless, I like the idea of opening up the work space of the barista, as such cafe hoppers like myself could admire the barista in action.At Mokka Coffee Cabana Cafe, they offered both the espresso based coffee and hand brewed using single origins coffee too. The cafe offerred 5 single origins (Rp 33,000); Papua, Toraja, Bali, Malabar and Aceh. I tried the Toraja as my first choice Papua weren’t available. The Toraja has a chocolaty flavour but is mainly filled with the citrus note with medium body and medium to high acidity. This is my kind of coffee as I prefer a lower acidity cuppa.And one to be noted is the Catpuccino (Rp 39,000). This is so instagram-worthy. I couldn’t resist but to order a cup for photo sessions with the Catpuccino.I can’t help but take lots of the Catpuccino at different angles; various side views and top view too.Other drinks include the Hot Chocolate (Rp 37,500). The Hot Chocolate drink isn’t the most interesting drink since it is melting a bar of Cadbury Chocolate in Hot Milk. The Iced version is also available. There are also a variety of both Iced and Hot Tea, Frappe, Mocktails and Coolers.For food, you could find the typical breakfast dishes, Salad, appetisers, snacks, burgers & sandwiches, Asian dishes, Pasta and finally dessert. I certainly wished I could order one dish from each section.First, we have something local for a start, the Risol (Rp 46,000). I didn’t know what exactly it was when ordering as the menu simply stated it as “An Indonesian Classic Snack perfect for anytime of the day.” When it was served, I savour creamy potato with some diced vegetables and chicken. It was overall slanted towards the sweet palate.XO Fried Rice (Rp 50,000) under the Asian section with 5 other dishes. It was a tasty dish with plentiful of seafood flavour. If Mokka could reduce the generosity of salt, it would have been perfect.My colleague recommended me to order its burger and I did it with no regret. I went for the Black Jack Burger (Rp 60,000) since Black is in. The charcoal bun was fluffy and soft with good moisture retained in it. As charcoal as an ingredient would usually suck up the moist. The most laudable about the Black Jack Burger is the beef patty, firmed and yet flavourful with the perfect ratio of seasoning in it too. It would be awesome if the slice of cheese is melting.Mains with no dessert, that isn’t enjoying life to the fullest. I was eager to try the Banana Cheese; a pity it was sold out. As a substitute, I went for Banana Jolie (Rp 45,000). This is a luxurious goreng pisang with ice cream and chocolate fudge. The presentation is suitable for a cafe.Food served at Mokka Coffee Cabana Cafe was delish and NAHMJ likes the ambience too.More reviews on http://www.nahmj.com/ continue reading
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