Cafe / Coffee / Japan

Streamer Coffee Company opens another outlet.

Last Sunday, Sonia went to Streamer Coffee Company’s new outlet, Streamer Coffee Company Gohongi, with a friend. We visited the Shibuya outlet during our Tokyo Coffee Trail and left impressed.

Nuova Simonelli unveils its longest ever espresso machine here: the Aurelia II T3 has an astounding 6 group-heads. Custom built for Streamer Coffee Company, the machine allows for 12 cups of espresso to be pulled simultaneously. I wonder how the baristas can pull off such a stunt.

Hiroshi Sawada is the 2008 Free Pour Latte Art Champion. He opened Streamer Coffee Company in 2010; as expected, the latte art fails to disappoint.

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Streamer Coffee Company facade

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Check out the ceiling fan with grills.

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A monster lurks in the background. Can you spot it?

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Here it is: check out the massive Nuova Simonelli espresso machine. Size matters!

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The donuts look tantalizing but Sonia resisted ordering them.

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Their orders.

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The comfortable cushion seats for you to plonk into before chatting away.

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Sonia ordered milk coffee to beat the searing heat outside.

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Communal seats conducive for working alone.

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Fuchiko makes a guest appearance.

Website: streamercoffee.com

Facebook: facebook.com/StreamerCoffeeCompany

Address: 2-36, Chuocho, Meguro-ku,Tokyo

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