65 Degrees - Jeddah - ٦٥ درجة

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Cafe, Coffee & Tea, Desserts
65 Degrees, Prince Sultan Road, Jeddah Saudi Arabia
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65 Degrees is a trendy cafe where colorful details and decorations like large jars brighten up the dark interior. The cafe is set in a pretty relaxed atmosphere. Everything prepared behind the counter can be seen upon entry. Most of the products sold here are either set on display on the countertops or set on shelving. The menu is a typical collection of coffees, both hot and cold, pastries and cakes, mojitos and brews. The ‘NYC’ mojito is a signature with its deep blue color and refreshingly sweet taste; it’s no wonder the drink made such a name for itself. 65 Degrees is located on Prince Sultan Rd, As Salamah Dist, Jeddah.

Opening Hours: 24 Hours 

 

 

Location

65 Degrees, Prince Sultan Road, Jeddah Saudi Arabia

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Reviews

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Rif

Rif

04/20/2024 12:55

Google review

This isnt just a cafe. Its a fine dining restaurant. The ambience is cozy dark warm. The upper area is good too if u want some privacy...its more like a dining area. Pistachio latte is good. Service good too. They do serve food in glassware. But not their coffees. I am not sure about the latte art though.
noors

noors

03/29/2024 19:02

Google review

Starting with the food, the breakfast was delicate and super light. Even though it’s only available in the morning, there are variety of new dishes you’re probably not familiar with. The service highly depends on the crowd. They’re really thoughtful & considerate as well. My experience with their service never failed my expectations for the least. My favorite part of the cafe, other than the red velvet latte, was the calming atmosphere! I’ve seen this branch in its most busy & empty moments and it’s never felt off. The dim lighting in the cafe is what makes me enjoy the stay in that cafe. Finally I’d recommend the red velvet latte ofcourse!
Lars Greiner

Lars Greiner

02/10/2024 07:32

Google review

Basmah was my waitress, and persuaded me to stay as it looked like the place was not open yet. I was glad I did, this restaurant has real potential just needs more customers. The coffee was great, one of the nicest I have had in Jeddah, and while the food was decent, it lacked seasoning and the breakfast slider was advertised as a burger style but in reality there was just a slice of beef bacon, not a patty, . I recommend with the cheese as the cheese made it. The béchamel was slightly too sweet for me. Overall though positive experience
Zaina Sharkawi

Zaina Sharkawi

12/30/2023 12:24

Google review

The place was really nice and the food was good, me and my friends went together and some of us got our food way before the others did. The service was not good and the waiter seemed like she didn’t know what she was doing but overall I recommend the place to people that wanna go have some breakfast or brunch
fatyma

fatyma

12/10/2023 06:57

Google review

Food was delicious 10/10 and good service today .
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