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Coffee Shops in Bandung

Last night, I was in a brand new coffee shop. This is just one of the newest coffee shops in Bandung. I can safely say that every month there is a new one in Bandung. (I could stretch it to every week.) Bandung is a coffee shop city.

Last night was the second time I went to this coffee shop. The first one, I went there a few days ago. It was weekday and not many people were there. I ordered a local coffee, Flores.



It was great. In fact, it was perfect.

Last night was different. It was Saturday night and it was packed with young people. I guess they found out that this is the place to be for this particular time. So everybody and their friends were there. (This is incorrect though. Neighboring coffee shops were also packed!) Food was a little late. They ran out of the Flores coffee. Ugh. So, I ordered whatever they have at that time. It came late. Yes, this is the down side of being popular. Fortunately, the coffee was good! So, it canceled whatever un-coordination that happened there.

A few days ago I went pass a coffee shop that used to be this popular a couple months ago. There was only one car parked there. Granted, it was not weekend or night. But, then - a couple months ago, it was packed just like the coffee shop I went to last night. I suspect they are losing customers to newer coffee shop(s).

Coffee shop business is cruel.

Meanwhile, let me enjoy my simple coffee.

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