Really not need to go here for a coffee break, so many better options in the city. Limited selection of croissants and sweets, coffee kind of watered and too hot cappuccino.
Famous for its Luwak Coffee - no, I didn't order any excreted product. Just double shot latte which apparently must come in this super tall paper cup... ratio is totally out, pretty bland and.. paper cup, they broke my rule... #NoPaperCups
We stopped by here to get some famed Kopi Luwak coffee. It costs $40 which seems in line with prices for that coffee elsewhere. They pulled out the beans and allowed us to compare the smell vs. regular coffee. Additionally, they brewed it in front...More
Some have complained about the prices here. Only the kopiluwak is priced like that. Normal lattes are in the 30s (rmb), so comparable to Europe, or just a bit more than the US.
The best part of this cafe is the LN2 sorbet! Made in front of your eyes, it's the smoothest sorbet I've ever had. No minute ice crystals--smooth as ice cream and very fruity. Of course the latte is good, but you don't need to get...More
If you want to pay about $40 USD for a cup and $20 for a latte this is the place to go. I was suffering jet lag/coffee withdrawal when I spotted this place 20 feet from Starbucks. So to support the locals I had a...More