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8 Brunch Cafes In Jakarta Serving All-Day Breakfast, Waffles, Toast, & More To Satisfy Your Sunday Cravings

Brunch cafes in Jakarta 

Sundays are special because it’s probably the only time you can properly relax, and there’s no better way to celebrate your hard-earned downtime by having brunch with your loved ones, or even alone. Luckily, there are lots of brunch cafes in Jakarta to choose from.

Below are some of our picks, where you can enjoy a hearty meal whether you like sitting indoors or outdoors, in small cozy cafes or spacious ones.  

1. Antipodean Coffee – a cozy neighborhood brunch spot near a supermarket

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Antipodean is a cozy neighborhood brunch spot to check out if you’re the type of person who enjoys a laid-back Sunday. It’s located in Kemang’s Hero supermarket compound, so you can also do your weekly grocery shopping after your satisfying meal.

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The all-stars of this cafe are the Big Breakfast, complete with mushrooms, toast, scrambled egg, hash browns, and a choice of sausage or bacon, and the All Day Breakfast which is similar but comes with baked beans and grilled tomatoes instead of hash browns and mushrooms. Each dish is Rp. 85,000 (~USD5.99), and there’s also a selection of excellent coffee that starts at Rp. 18,000 (~USD1.27)

Service is quick, the staff is friendly, and the cafe is even dog-friendly so you can have your four-legged fuzzy friend with you as you enjoy a slow Sunday morning. 

Address: Hero Kemang Villa Complex, Jalan Kemang Selatan I, Bangka, Mampang Prapatan, South Jakarta 12730
Opening hours: 8AM-8PM, Daily
Telephone: 0217192364
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2. Monolog PIM – big, bright, and airy

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The Monolog branch in Pondok Indah Mall (PIM) is more spacious than the one in Plaza Senayan, though both are well-known brunch cafes in Jakarta. It has big windows that let in plenty of natural light and there’s also an outdoor area with lots of plants.

Roomy and family-friendly, it’s an ideal meet-up spot for small and rather big groups, but be sure to make a reservation at least a day in advance.

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Monolog has a great all-day breakfast menu, which is perfectly filling for brunch. The Monolog Big Morning (Rp. 108,000, ~USD7.62) really lives up to its name with its generous servings of the restaurant’s signature rustic bread, along with mushrooms, veggies, egg, smoked beef and sausages. If you have a sweet tooth, try the classic French Toast (Rp. 74,000, ~USD5.22). 

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In the beverage department, there are fresh mixed juices and smoothies such as the Mixed Berries Yogurt (Rp. 64,000, ~USD4.51) with a perfect balance of sweet and sour. There’s also a range of delicious mild to strong coffee to choose from, which starts at Rp. 32,000 (~USD2.26). Ask any of the friendly and helpful staff if you have a hard time deciding.

Address: Pondok Indah Mall 1 Street Gallery 1st Floor, Jalan Metro Pondok Indah, Pondok Pinang, Kebayoran Lama, South Jakarta 12310
Opening hours: 10AM-9PM, Daily
Telephone: 02129529775
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3. Komunal 88 – a cafe market where you can fill up your own brunch tray

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Komunal88 is not your usual restaurant because it’s essentially a cafe market, meaning that in addition to the delicious dishes listed on the menu, you’ll see a lot of goodies such as croissants and danishes on display for you to directly fill up your brunch tray with. 

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Not only does this place offer top-notch service, but it is also devoted to celebrating the food cultures of culinary meccas such as New York, Italy, Turkey, and the Middle East, just to name a few. It’s reflected in the diversity of the menu.

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Try the Ricotta Pancakes (Rp. 95,000, ~USD6.70), which is a serving of seven small pancakes with chantilly cream, Nutella and homemade strawberry puree. Or go big and order the Italian Benedict, which comes with poached eggs, prosciutto slices, Komunal 88’s own artisanal bread, and condiments for Rp. 115,000 (~USD8.11)

Despite its international outlook, it doesn’t forget to source locally, especially the coffee that starts at Rp. 25,000 (~USD1.76). While you’re there, you might as well try Komunal 88’s signature drip coffee, Black Lemon Coffee (Rp. 35,000, ~USD2.47) for a fresh caffeine kick. Chilled drinks are available here too.

Curbside pickup and delivery are now available from Komunal88 – view their menu on Instagram.

Address: Jalan Ampera Raya #5–6, West Pejaten, Pasar Minggu, South Jakarta 12510
Opening hours: 7AM-8PM, Daily
Telephone: 08111627493

4. Ombé Kofie Cikajang – a soothing atmosphere for a slow Sunday

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Ombé Kofie is located in Cikajang, an area popular for its row of cafes and restaurants offering a variety of delicacies. Despite the competition nearby, Ombé stands its ground for being a cute, cozy cafe with a warm atmosphere ideal for a Sunday brunch session. It’s suitable for all ages, so you can enjoy a nice meal there with your loved ones.

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If you’ve decided to go out for brunch, it’d only make sense to go for something wholesome such as the Ombé Big Breakfast (Rp. 85,000, ~USD5.99), which comes with sourdough toast, a choice of bacon or smoked beef, hash browns, cherry tomatoes, mushrooms, and egg cooked to your liking. You can also order a Monte Cristo (Rp. 70,000, ~USD4.94), which is a cheese sandwich with three layers of smoked beef and a side order of fresh salad and fries.

Ombé also offers signature coffee drinks such as the Hanami Latte (Rp. 50,000, ~USD3.53) that contains coffee and rose, and the seasonal Avocado Coffee (Rp. 45,000, ~USD3.17). If you prefer tea, you can pick one of many flavors ranging from chamomile to lemongrass and ginger for Rp. 40,000 (~USD2.82) a cup.

Address: Jalan Cikajang #63, Petogogan, Kebayoran Baru, South Jakarta 12170
Opening hours: 8AM-8PM, Daily
Telephone: 08111751269

5. Egghotel – a tropical brunch with a view 

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Egghotel is almost like a secret getaway because it’s located on the rooftop of a kost called Suites at Seven. You’ll get to take in the view of Kuningan as sunlight seeps in through the large windows, or sit outside to feel the rare calming ambience of Jakarta that you can only feel on the weekends.  

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Egghotel boasts unique dishes that bring tropical flavors to the fore. The Cold Rice Brekkie (Rp. 82,000, ~USD5.78), for example, is brown rice served with an array of ingredients such as poached salak, yogurt, seasonal tropical fruit and nuts. Fans of eggs benedict should try the Hey, Benny! which is served with Indian lentil curry, roti prata, grilled chicken tikka masala and cucumber salad (Rp. 98,000, ~USD6.91).

Brunch would be incomplete without coffee, so be sure to try Egghotel’s selection, which comes from the restaurant’s mothership, Fillmore Coffee. Prices start at Rp. 32,000 (~USD2.26). Alternatively, for those of you who usually go for more fruity beverages, try the Markiss-ah (Rp. 55,000, ~USD3.88), a mixture of brown rice green tea, passionfruit pulp, yogurt, and honey.

Address: Suites at Seven Rooftop, Jalan H. Sidik #7, Karet Kuningan, Setiabudi, South Jakarta 12940
Opening hours: 12PM-9PM, Daily
Telephone: 087772738626

6. ST ALi – experience Melbourne’s coffee culture in Jakarta

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Hailing from Australia, ST ALi aims to share Melbourne’s famously chill coffee culture experience with Jakartans. The open layout of the cafe makes it extremely airy and bright, making it a comfortable place to catch up with friends, or to spend time with your partner or family on a sunny Sunday morning.

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Get the hearty Breakfast Sandwich, which is toasted croissant from BEAU filled with Tasmanian salmon, cream cheese, cucumber and pickled onions for Rp. 138,000 (~USD9.73).

To go with your meal, you must have ST ALi’s coffee, which is what the cafe is widely known for –  the baristas and staff will happily give those not well-versed in coffee lingo a quick run-through of their generous menu. For a fresh start to your day, get the smooth Iced Cold Latte (Rp. 45,000, ~USD3.17).

Address: Setiabudi Building 2 Ground Floor, Jalan Rasuna Said, Karet Kuningan, Setiabudi, South Jakarta 12950
Opening hours: 9AM-6PM, Daily
Telephone: 02152906814
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7. Maple & Oak – try the all-day brunch menu at this cute cafe

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Maple & Oak is among the most popular brunch cafes in Jakarta. It has the sweet charm and aesthetics you would expect from a restaurant that takes pride in its large brunch menu, and it’s a dream location for avid Instagrammers looking to beautify their feed.

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It’s also located in Menteng, a calm neighborhood in Central Jakarta, which adds to the appeal of the place – so visitors should make a reservation a day or two in advance to save their spots.

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If you’re craving something sweet, you can go for the good old Peanut Butter & Jelly Toast (Rp. 73,000,~USD5.15) or Hotcakes (Rp. 68,000, or ~USD4.80) served with vanilla ice cream. Savory options include the Barbacoa Brisket Taco (Rp. 88,000, or ~USD6.21) and Mushroom on Toast (Rp. 78,000, or ~USD5.50). 

A selection of coffee and tea is available starting at Rp. 28,000 (~USD1.97), as well as cold pressed juice (Rp. 40,000, ~USD2.92), and Maple & Oak’s signature smoothies (Rp.50,000, ~USD3.53) like Vanilla Regal and Blushy Berry (Rp. 50,000, ~USD3.53).

Address: Jalan HOS Cokroaminoto #91, Menteng, Central Jakarta 10310
Opening hours: Tues – Fri 9AM-7PM | Sat & Sun 8AM-7PM
Telephone: 0213906757
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8. 1/15 Coffee Menteng – a homey cafe for all ages 

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Unlike the minimalistic look of other 1/15 Coffee branches, the one in Menteng has a more homey feeling as it’s in a Dutch colonial-style house typical of the area. A beautiful outdoor area makes it more appealing for those who want to get a dose of Vitamin D. 

Due to its location and vibe, its clientele is made up of different age groups, making it a popular spot for couples, families, and groups of friends alike.

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For a sweet dish, get the Banana Waffle (Rp. 60,000, ~USD4.23), a fluffy waffle served with caramelized banana, banana ice cream, and coffee cream that nicely complements the overall sweetness. If you prefer a savory option, order the Potato Hash (Rp. 75,000, ~USD5.29), a plate of diced potatoes with either pancetta or chicken, a sunny-side-up egg on delicious sourdough, as well as mushrooms and onions.

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Since 1/15 is primarily known for its coffee, do make sure you try one of the drinks on the menu – there’s strong and mild coffee to choose from, starting at Rp. 28,000 (~USD1.97).

Address: Jalan Dr. Kusuma Atmaja #79, Menteng, Menteng, Central Jakarta 10310
Opening hours: Mon – Fri, 8AM-5PM | Sat – Sun and holidays, 7AM-8PM
Telephone: 081290002128
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Brunch cafes in Jakarta 

Brunch is a special occasion, so when you’re looking to indulge in good food every now and then, check out these brunch cafes in Jakarta – or their delivery menus if you prefer to dine safely at home – on your next free Sunday.

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Cover image adapted from: @115coffee and  @monologcoffee

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