Breville opens first Indonesian stores in Pondok Indah, PIK

Breville’s Bambino Plus coffee machine. Photo: Breville
Breville’s Bambino Plus coffee machine. Photo: Breville

Attention, home baristas: Breville, the makers of arguably the most renowned semi-automatic coffee machines in the world, has opened two official stores in Jakarta.

Australia-based Breville opened its first Indonesia store at Pondok Indah Mall 2’s South Skywalk on March 17, which was soon followed by another at Ruko Golf Island Theme Park in Pantai Indah Kapuk (PIK) on March 26.

According to a price list sent to Coconuts Jakarta, Breville’s coffee machines go from IDR9.9 million (US$662.89) for The Bambino Plus to IDR39.9 million (US$2,651.75) for The Oracle.

Though the focus is undoubtedly on the coffee machines, Breville also specializes in small kitchen appliances, including blenders, toasters, and toaster ovens. The two Jakarta stores also sell the Combi Wave 3 in 1 microwave for IDR9.5 million (US$629.75) and the Smart Oven Pizzaiolo for IDR16.9 million (US$1127).

Breville’s coffee machines were previously only available in Indonesia through local third-party sellers such as Otten Coffee. At Otten, the cheapest Breville coffee machine available online, The Barista Pro, costs IDR21.9 million (US$1,451).

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