Barista Benjamin Sodip at Kopi Mank, a cafe on one of south Jakarta’s most notoriously congested streets. Photo: Antony Dickson Barista Benjamin Sodip at Kopi Mank, a cafe on one of south Jakarta’s most notoriously congested streets. Photo: Antony Dickson
Barista Benjamin Sodip at Kopi Mank, a cafe on one of south Jakarta’s most notoriously congested streets. Photo: Antony Dickson
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Is coffee culture of Indonesia’s capital Jakarta becoming one of world’s best?

Jakarta’s notoriously congested roads could actually be helping the city nurture its own unique coffee culture. We look at three coffee sellers – from online deliverers to Starbucks – whose business models thrive on the chaos

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Barista Benjamin Sodip at Kopi Mank, a cafe on one of south Jakarta’s most notoriously congested streets. Photo: Antony Dickson Barista Benjamin Sodip at Kopi Mank, a cafe on one of south Jakarta’s most notoriously congested streets. Photo: Antony Dickson
Barista Benjamin Sodip at Kopi Mank, a cafe on one of south Jakarta’s most notoriously congested streets. Photo: Antony Dickson
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