Miss Bee Providore

Miss Bee Providore
It has been almost a year since my trip to Indonesia but I never finished putting up my travel photos. So I thought I should finally get around to that. Better late than never, right? Since my trip mostly consisted of finding all of the cute cafes and eating all of the things, a lot of my photos are of such discoveries. One of my favourite places was Miss Bee Providore in Bandung, Indonesia. I mean, just look at that cute yellow coffee machine. Doesn’t it instantly cheer you up? There are two parts to Miss Bee – the glass house which houses part of the cafe and a more traditional looking building which has cafe seating and a small shop selling homewares and foods like nut butters (which are hard to come by in Indonesia). The food here is a mix of Asian and Western cuisine and from memory I had a pretty tasty burger and zucchini fries. The coffee and fresh juices here were good too. Also, as soon as I left I realised I had my camera set to a high ISO so all my photos are a bit blergh ¯_(ツ)_/¯ 

Miss Bee Providore
Miss Bee Providore
Miss Bee Providore
Miss Bee Providore
Miss Bee Providore

One of the things I constantly found weird was how so much signage was in English even though many of the places weren’t even frequented by Westerners. Also this Bilimbi Tree did smell nice. 
Miss Bee Providore
Jl. Rancabentang 11A, Ciumbuleiut, Bandung

7 Comments

  1. Matthew Pike July 18, 2015

    too right about the yellow machine, hard to ignore that. i dunno, i quite like the grain on the photos.

    Buckets & Spades

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    • Thanks! I usually like a certain level of grain in photos too but in the more overexposed ones it makes it a bit blergh. Lesson learnt: always pay attention to camera settings!

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  2. Sarah July 18, 2015

    Looks like such a cute little place including that coffee machine. The glass house is just gorgeous and seems like the perfect space to enjoy a coffee break. <3

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  3. she. July 21, 2015

    This is seriously the coolest thing I've ever seen – so pretty.

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    • I was so happy to find it. I loved exploring a city I hadn't been to in so long – so many changes and new discoveries.

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  4. Hannah Bailey-Churcher July 30, 2015

    What a gorgeous little place!
    Bit of a side note, but I've just found your blog and it is so so beautiful I'm currently working my way back through the archives 🙂

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