The coffees that we tried in Fukuoka were in general good!
And we seemed to get this feeling that cafes in Fukuoka are generally having very nice ambience and environment (check out the panorama shot in the banner picture) that’s conducive for sipping coffee and watching the world go by…
I think by this point we were pretty much too full to try any cafe food 😛
Townsquare Coffee Roasters
We were doing the walking trail around Hakata and wanted a break, and Townsquare Coffee Roasters was around the corner.
We had a ラテ Latte (¥500) and チャイ Chai Latte (¥450).
The drinks were pretty good, and we rather enjoyed the quiet environment. We ended up spending a fair bit of time here resting our feet 😛
|Townsquare Coffee Roasters:
We were just strolling along after our yummy udon meal and sighted a quaint little cafe right at the corner of the street facing a traffic junction.
We had pretty good ラテ Latte (¥530) and チャイ Chai Latte (¥530). What surprised us was that the barista actually came out of the counter and did the latte art in front of us! Check out hubby’s IG post!
We loved the very warm cosy feel of the cafe, and because there wasn’t many seats, there also wasn’t too much noise to disturb us. We spent quite a while sitting, sipping and letting time slip by…
Coffee Stand Seed Village
After walking through the underground shopping area around Tenjin, we went up to the ground level for some fresh air. And we caught this little hole-in-a-wall coffee stand which had a 4.8 rating on Google.
And so hubby had his 3rd カフェラテ Caffe Latte (¥380) of the day which also happened to be the cheapest of the trio 😛
The coffee was pretty good, and we also used it as a hand warmer as we continued to walk around in search of yatai for dinner.
|Coffee Stand Seed Village: