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Coffee Lovers in Abu Dhabi Enjoy Indonesian Coffee
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Coffee Lovers in Abu Dhabi Enjoy Indonesian Coffee

A cafe that sells Indonesian coffee has opened its doors at a mall in Abu Dhabi.

Named Kopi Ketjil, the on-the-go cafe is owned by Oktaviana Rombe, who hails from Toraja, South Sulawesi.

"Hopefully, this cafe can inspire other Indonesians to open their business in [the United Arab Emirates]," Indonesian Ambassador to the UAE Husin Bagis said in a statement on Wednesday as quoted by Antara.

 

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The café, which had its soft opening on March 2, reportedly attracted many coffee enthusiasts, both residents and foreigners.

Oktaviana said Kopi Ketjil used coffee beans that come from its own farmers.

"We roasted the beans ourselves, so we can 100 percent guarantee its origins and quality," she added.

Other than coffee, the cafe provides traditional Indonesian snacks like lapis legit (layer cake), kue sagu (sago cookie), nastar (pineapple tart) and kastengel (cheese snack), as well as an array of Indonesian handicrafts. (kes)

Source : The Jakarta Post

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