With new items, Caffe Bene opens 5th store in IndonesiaKorean coffee chain Caffe Bene announced Friday the opening of its fifth store in Indonesia, located on the first floor of the BTPN Tower in southern Jakarta.
“With a 90 percent Muslim population, Indonesia has a strong food culture - but they also like Korean food, so it is a large market with significant potential,” said a Caffe Bene spokesman. “We plan to develop new menus and provide services that accommodate local customers’ tastes and cultures.”
It’s common in Indonesia to have a light meal with coffee at cafes, so Caffe Benes in the country offer affordable brunch menus. These include pasta dishes that cost between 6,000 won ($5) and 7,000 won, and one of the most popular is pasta with kimchi.
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