Animo is actually very petite and I am not sure whether because it rained earlier today and the fact that it was pretty quiet earlier today but it kinda built up the homey ambiance that I like, just so calm and peaceful with blend of lingering scent of coffee and freshly baked pastries because the kitchen and bake-space is located in the same joint as the bakery and cafe. Major love.
Upon entrance you should see the pastries display and to be completely frank they all look so fly and tempting! I was feeling something classic so I went for their Pain au Chocolate (IDR 15k) and Donat Empuk Gemas (IDR 6k) and save the Kouign Annan, Butter and Almond Croissant (and maybe breads) for the upcoming visit! The pastries here are very affordable and of course it’s a must that you pair the pastries here with their coffee, especially their famous Es Kopi Susu Animo! Other coffee options range from Espresso, Cappuccino, Ristretto, Macchiato, Latte with price ranging from IDR 10k-IDR 22k. Heard good things about their Es Coklat Animo but I didn’t have one on this visit.
There were also more cakes around the cashier area and even though it’s suggested that you do the self-service order as they provide trays and tongs, but at quite times like my visit, you can also ask for a little help (they actually offered me the help).
Es Kopi Susu Animo (IDR 17k), Pain Au Chocolat (IDR 15k), Donat Empuk Gemas (IDR 6k)
No complaint about their Es Kopi Susu Animo, still is really good and creamy, and for the quality that I got and the little price that I am paying, their Pain Au Chocolate was pretty good! It was flaky, puffy and moist with medium chocolate condiment and their fresh donut was beautifully fried without being oily but indeed fragrant, fresh, moist, fluffy and buttery! LOVE!