it's become a strong culture that made Melbourne as a home for world-class baristas.
living for about 4 years in Melbourne, of course made me one of those coffee addict as well..
going for brunch to have lovely meals and to sip good coffees had been my favorite thing to do while i had day-offs.
the fact that now i'm living in an asian country, in which coffee is not a culture, is quite hard for me.
everytime i go to cafes or the so-called "coffee" places here, i always get disappointed...as not many of them don't really know what a good coffee should be. (or maybe just because i'm already brainwashed by Melb's coffee culture? i don't know, hehe..)
now, have you ever heard the saying "people often look for loves to places that are far away, while the real love is usually very close to you" ?
this is what happened to me! lol..
i finally found a cafe which serves real coffees here..even better, it's only a few steps away from my house!
gosh, can you imagine how random it is? and how happy this has made me? haha..
it's called Noah's Barn Coffeenery.
located on: Jl. Laks. M. U. Nurtanio (Garuda) No. 39. Bandung 40184, Indonesia.
follow their twitter: @noahsbarn and facebook page: facebook.com/noahsbarncoffee
also, as if it's meant to be, the cafe is really Melbournian style. one of the owner is actually a friend of my friend (so we're roughly in the same age) who studied in Melbourne as well...but we never met and knew each other in Melb.
the friendliness of the owners really make extra points!
you guys (especially who live in Bandung) should definitely try this place ;)
|and one more thing, they also do cute latte-arts :)|
patterned knit jumper: Tancha Knit, dark green pants: H&M, mary-jane shoes: zipia.net, accessories: assorted, bag: vintage.
Cafe: Noah's Barn Coffeenery