Nasi Goreng Rendang and Kopi Susu Krimi. Photo: Dinda Nancy Nugraha
Coffee lovers, rejoice! Although their name, Sagaleh, translates to “a glass of” in Minang, there is no doubt you would be enjoying more than one glass of their famous coffee when you are here. Come for the Kopi Susu Original (IDR 20,000), double shot espresso with homemade white sugar recipe; and stay for the Es Kopi Susu Krimi (IDR 25,000), a creamier version of a double shot espresso with Sagaleh’s signature gula Jawa recipe and homemade black grass jelly. You can also enjoy other best sellers including the Es Susu Kurma (IDR 25,000) and Es Coklat Mint (IDR 25,000), or their latest addition, a collaboration between Astoria Indonesia, Noozkav Kopi, and Sagaleh: Bungo Bumi Espresso, made from Kopi Solok beans with orange and syrup of other organic ingredients.
If you’re hungry, you have to try their Nasi Goreng Rendang (IDR 53,000). The owners of Sagaleh are the third generation of Rumah Makan Sepakat. It is guaranteed that their meals very much imbue the spirit and taste of Jakarta’s legendary Padang restaurant. Other choices are: Nasi Goreng Rumah (IDR 45,000), Nasi Lidah Sambal Ijo (IDR 53,000), Nasi Jeruk Dori Sambal Matah (IDR 53,000), Mie Shira Tek Tek (IDR 60,000), Mie Rebus Rumah (IDR 35,000), and Mie Ayam (IDR 40,000).
Spend an entire day at Sagaleh while working or reading a good book. The spacious and homey Wijaya house, where it is located, is a great spot to wind down.
Jl. Wijaya IX No. 6A, RW.5, Melawai, Jakarta Selatan
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