What I love about having my Sunday Brunch here is that Feast Restaurant is located just beside the pool. So it makes me feel like I’m having a short summer getaway at an exotic island, while in fact, I’m at a highland area.
I can’t believe there’s a new coffee shop near my boarding house which serves great coffee. Yes, you might have seen some of my photos in my Instagram, and yes again, it’s Booster Society, a newly opened (just around 3 months) coffee shop in Dago. The best thing is, beside the coffee and the food, it’s located just at the one side of the main street. From Mcd Simpang Dago, go straight to Dago Pakar and keep your eye on the right side of the street. Then most likely you will find Booster Society easily.
I am always on the hunt for good coffee, but living in Bandung left me a very limited choices – I mean, compared to Bali and Jakarta. I did tried Two Cents Brew Believer several weeks ago and was completely happy for the coffee they offer.
But then another place attracts me. Yup, it’s Two Hands Full. Well, I used to get Two Cents and Two Hands Full mixed up.
Anyway, Two Hands Full was opened around the end of 2013. And since then, I’ve always heard the buzz about this place from friends and people on Instagram. A friend of mine once told me about this place. They serve the best coffee in town, he said. And he’s true!
If you’ve been following my Instagram, or even better, if you know me personally, you might already noticed that I am such a coffee addict. I think my parents should be proud of me because I’m addicted to coffee, not to drugs.
Anyway, I ALWAYS have my coffee first thing in the morning. It’s a black strong one. And it’s peaberry coffee – if you know what I’m talking about. Even if I wake up late, I somehow still managed to brew my morning coffee, by any chance. Believe it or not? I’d rather be late than to skip my morning routine. I found, that without the kick from the coffee, I have difficulty doing my activity, even the simple one like…. walking to class. Ha!
Revolver Espresso came across our little chit chat during our lunch at The Cafe at The Mulia, Bali. Diana mentioned it as the most popular coffee joint in Bali at the moment.
Since I don’t feel like I want to miss this famous coffee during my trip, Gaby and I went there for a brunch on Monday morning. Besides, the breakfast my hotel served was really awful. Even their coffee doesn’t taste like what coffee should be. So I decided to skip my breakfast at the hotel and went for a decent brunch instead.
If you’ve been following my blog, you’ve probably already known that morning is my favorite time of the day. And that I love breakfast more than lunch and dinner.
And just so you know, I’ve been doing this having-breakfast-outside-on-weekend lately since I live in Bali and it’s like I wanna try all kind of breakfast meals I’ve never had before. One of the most satisfying places in the city to have breakfast in is Bread Basket, Sanur. But since it’s not open for business on Sunday, we began searching for an alternative in Trip Advisor. I looked for a great cafe which serve breakfast on Sunday and I stumbled across this place. The Porch Cafe. I read so many good reviews about the breakfast they serve and it’s in fact quite near from our place. So, we went there for breakfast this last Sunday morning.Lanjutkan membaca “The Porch Cafe, Sanur, Bali”