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Smile Martabak Café @ Bedok Mall

311 New Upper Changi Rd, Singapore 467360 #01-03

Halal Certified · Finger Food · Indonesian · Snacks · Dessert

Monday: 11:00 AM – 9:30 PM Tuesday: 11:00 AM – 9:30 PM Wednesday: 11:00 AM – 9:30 PM Thursday: 11:00 AM – 9:30 PM Friday: 11:00 AM – 9:30 PM Saturday: 11:00 AM – 9:30 PM Sunday: 11:00 AM – 9:30 PM

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Kex Cakes

Rated 3.0/5.0 a month ago

Place is a bit small but food is decent to certain extend. Food portion looks like I would need more but it is actually extremely heavy. Mainly because it is fried. It’s pretty oily. Got a really bad headache afterwards means the monosodium glutamate in food has been too generous. ( I personally have bad reaction with msg. My poor son whose diet is no salt no sugar was struggle the whole night due to the msg.) The crew r super nice and friendly. Sofa seats were not exactly clean (hope they do have timely cleaning service to clean the fabric sofas.) Do not over order though…. It’s pretty heavy meal… I wasn’t able to finish half my food. Didn’t manage to touch any of the martabak ordered. Milk tea tasted like some sachet premix.

Lim Zheng Yue

Rated 1.0/5.0 2 months ago

Give 5 stars, get free drink. That explains the high reviews. Only the 'sweet' (manis) Martabak (pancake) is good first-try to satisfy sweet tooth, $2 per piece. Disappointed with both our orders from 'savory' menu which tasted cold and reheated. Needs quality control. Oily tables would slide around greasy floors while eating, dirty stained utensils, and we found blue plastic bits inside our food. Shop is hot, no aircond, and blasted with loud trashy hit music. Slow service. Not even tissue was provided. Everything in the menu should be charged 50% less.

Me T

Rated 3.0/5.0 2 months ago

Place was pretty hot. Food was pretty expensive. The murtabak was a little too thick. Taste was decent for the price. Wayyy too expensive for sure. Tea was pretty tasteless and no where near the one from Indonesia. It's good enough to try but not come back often especially for the price for the portion.

becky woods

Rated 1.0/5.0 2 months ago

I don't know if the ravings reviews are due to the free drink offered for each review cos the food is HORRIBLE. 1. Beef murtabak. Which liar said it's the best??? Omg. It's NOT even close to a murtabak taste and the meat is so gamey and overall the dish is tasteless. 2. Ayam Geprek indomie. Honestly, what the hell am i eating?? The chicken is tasteless and portions of it is just plain salted unevenly and guess how i cringed when i took a bite of SALTED chicken. The indomie is salty and flat and oily. The saving grace is the keropok. 3. The pancakes. Omg. What the hell am i eating again?? The choc cheese pancake is just horrible. They used chocolate rice and the whole thing is just plain surfeit after one bite. The ovaltine crunch is more decent but so sweet until it kills one's appetite. 4. The indonesian tea. Not teh sosro but i dunno what coloured water with heavy sugar syrup. 5. The bedok outlet is just warm. The aircon is non-existent. Paid $34 for a meal so bad that made me reviewed immediately. Seriously, why are there so many raving reviews when the entire meal is horrible? I'm not even a picky eater. Never again for this overhyped and overpriced food joint.

Mildred Rosewood

Rated 5.0/5.0 a month ago

It’s my firs time having this kind of dessert. You’d definitely like this if you have a sweet tooth! It’s has an interesting concept, something different from what you can get at a dessert shop. We had the traditional Ceres & Cheese dessert. A must try dessert spot if you’re into Asian dessert!

Agus Wiwanto

Rated 3.0/5.0 3 months ago

It should be able to satisfy the Singaporean's taste buds, my younger kids like it. Initially I got high hope considering the price and the shapes but in the end, my belief is still proven... (So far) all martabak manis in Singapore are below Indonesia's average taste.

Phoebe Toh

Rated 3.0/5.0 4 months ago

We ordered indomie martabak with beef with chocolate cheese dessert and indomie Ayam geprek. Food taste: 4/5 The indomie martabak was not bad. the noodles were average but the martabak was crispy. The chicken for the Ayam geprek was good. The chilli matched really well but it can be quite spicy for those with low spice tolerance. Chocolate cheese murtabak tasted slightly sour. I think it’s a little bit of an acquired taste. The chocolate and cheese didn’t really match well. But it’s best eaten hot so it would have been great if they had the option of serving the dessert later. Service: 1/5 We waited 45 mins to get our food on a sat night (approx 7pm). The kitchen looked slightly overwhelmed with all the orders and people constantly coming up to the counter asking them if their orders were ready. If you’re not prepared to wait for the food then I wouldn’t suggest visiting this place.