Djournal Coffee, Grand Indonesia Mall, Jakarta, Indonesia

12:18:00 PM


Djournal, another achievement from Ismaya Group, focusing on coffee. Their idea of the ambience and environment of the Djournal Coffee branches is that everyone considers their house as their first home, their workplace, as their second home, and here, at Djournal establishments, they want it to be known as our third home. Where we all can have a smile on our faces and have a pleasant experience through the service, baristas, coffee and ambience too. They don't only sell coffee however, with various cakes and pastries displayed on their glass display on the front counter as well as a menu, filled with not many but a sufficient amount of main courses and side dishes for those who would like to have savoury dishes, not just sweet.

'Nutella Blast' (IDR50k ~=AUD$5) , one of their ice blended signature drinks.
'Green Tea Freeze' (IDR47 ~=AUD$4.7)
Although the overall taste and flavour of their Ice blended signatures were quite refreshing and has that hint of nutella and green tea, it was a dissapointment that they didn't even fill it up to where the plastic cup line was, and basically filled the top with cream, in which the Green Tea had the original cream size with the Nutella having a little bit of cream as requested.


Wanting something light to share for dinner, not wanting to have something heavy, we decided to have the 'Spaghetti Aglio Oli' (IDR55k ~=AUD$5.5) with chicken ham. The portion wise was quite sufficient, especially for one. Since everyone loves chilli here, there seemed to be quite a spoonful of chilli flakes used which did make it quite hot for me, but overall, it was not too bad I have to say. The chicken ham reminded me of Chicken and Ham or Devon from Woolies or Coles.


'Gilroy Garlic Fries' (IDR35k ~=AUD$3.5) was served topped with bits of parsley which I thought seemed they were lazy to add more. The garlic fries weren't too bad but since we both loved garlic, it would've been great if there were more garlic fries that was infused or even added on top of the fries. Not so much garlic salt, no, but more bits and pieces of fried garlic.

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