Watt Coffee is…
INDUSTRIAL, RUSTIC, CHILL
Atmosphere: quiet place through the afternoon and early evening (weekday)
Size: medium to large (maybe upstairs seating)
Outdoor Seating: yes. A lot and very good. Pretty far from road so not too loud
Good for groups? yes
Good for work? yes
Merchandise for Sale? no
Writer’s Notes: I was immediately attracted to the unique industrial feel with wooden accents.
AC: very good
Electrical Outlets: yes…many
Music: great music, fits the feel of the shop, medium volume
Lighting: kind of dark, full of Edison lamps
Chair type: mostly metal chairs and stools but also a few couches
Food: burgers, pizza, snacks (great French fries) – a little bit of everything
Writer’s Notes: I stayed for several hours and didn’t feel uncomfortable at all. In fact, I felt like I could just sit, drink coffee, and listen to the playlist. I love the feel of this place!
Brewing Methods: V60, Kalita, Espresso
Notable Equipment: La Marzocco Linea, Bonavita (or maybe Brewista?) kettle
Bean Variety: 4 single origin options
Price: 50k (manual brew); 35-50k (espresso based)
Writer’s Notes: The flat white was pretty weak/milky. The kalita brew was quite good (served with sparkling water) but nothing extraordinary for the slightly higher price of 50k.
Overall Rating: 3
I loved it and will definitely consider going back whenever I am in Jakarta. Super cool place for either hanging out with friends or just sitting back quietly doing work.
Address: Jalan Kwitang raya No.14, Senen, Kota Jakarta Pusat, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta 10460