It's where coffee has a different story, a place called Arabica has started in Japan and moved to several locations around the world. Arabica gets coffee from Hawaii, and its logo is the percentage sign (%).
Light decor, concrete, and wood, coffee bags decorate the facing wall, glass cups behind the counter, and a certain feel of freshness... But what makes it special and the signature of this coffee shop around the world is the machine. A wooden machine with a white cylinder on which the Arabica logo is imprinted.
I loved the tables made of concrete and wood. Loved the white counter, the grey tiles, the wooden wall, and the staff, a happy smiley staff.
Freshly brewed, the coffee is light, aromatic, and has a layer of floating essence on top. The Americano is black without any bitterness, enjoyable to the last sip. Getting cold, I continued sipping on my coffee while its flavor became more intense, and again without the bitterness, you don’t want to experience.
I'm happy to have tried Cafe Arabica, a Japanese concept on the rise around the Middle East.