2 Orchard Turn, Singapore 238801 #B4-62
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 – 10:00 PM Saturday: 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM Sunday: 11:00 AM – 9:30 PMReport an error
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Rated 5.0/5.0 6 months ago
Second time trying this place. I like that they let you buy 3 pieces to try flavours instead of needing to buy a whole piece. It is THICK. Generous filling and yummy taste. I will spend my day’s worth of calories here lol. A really good dessert 😋 will definitely be back to try the savoury items. Packaging very cute and appreciate that they provide gloves to eat with! Friendly staff is a bonus
Rated 5.0/5.0 a month ago
Was initially deterred to try their Indonesian-style pancakes due to the price ($5.95 for 3 small pieces), but glad I had it. The pancakes, which taste like mee chiang kueh, were served warm. The recommended item Choco Cheese was a delightful combination of sweet and savoury, and had complexity in its flavour.
Rated 2.0/5.0 2 months ago
We ordered almost every dish for delivery; here is a lowdown on what is worth trying and what can be missed. Stick to their martabak manis; the original choco-cheese was gooey and filled with crunchy peanuts! A favourite for all. The ondeh-ondeh filling was however dismal and lacked the gooey filling of the chocolate to hold it together. Everything pretty much fell apart when it was delivered. The savoury martabak are surprisingly good, thick with filling and the kuah martabak telur sauce complimented it well. That is essentially all you should order. Everything else was absolutely disappointing. The Bakso was so salty, I couldn’t eat the meatballs without slathering in sweet sauce or spicy chilly to counter the saltiness. The soup was also too salty. The Indomie Ayam Geprek was essentially fried fatty chicken skin with hardly any actual chicken meat. There was nothing else the instant noodles came with which is a rip off for $11.90. The Indomie Bakso Penyet came with 5 miserable meatballs, no fried egg or garlic crackers as advertised; unsure how they could justify $10.50 for a packet of instant noodles and some small dry meatballs. (unfortunately the dish was eaten before I could get a photo!) The Beef Rendang although taste wise was ok the meat was chewy, tough and dry with hardly any rendang gravy. We requested to separate the chilli as there were children in our group but that request was sadly ignored. All the meals came covered in spicy chilli, which had a kick but meant the children couldn’t have any of the main dishes which is a shame. Strongly suggest Smile Martabak to stick to what you know best and forget about trying other Indonesian alternatives which you are unable to deliver or get right! A hit and miss of a meal, somewhat disappointing. Prices are somewhat higher than most, especially for instant noodles !
Rated 4.0/5.0 4 months ago
Shiok lah! My martabak manis was freshly made on the spot. But over indulgent; with generous loads of shredded cheese, chocolate rice, condensed milk and butter!!! Every ingredient adds inches to your waist (and elsewhere)! But true to the way it is done in Indonesia! Definitely not everyone’s cup of tea unless you have a super sweet tooth like me. Dough was soft and fluffy, with a honeycomb structure (like kueh Ambon). Prefer their “traditional” martabak over their “original”. Eat once in a long while OK lah. Maybe like after a marathon? Service staff thoughtfully offered glove (as it can be messy) in case I wanted to eat there and then. Nice move. Technically, I can finish a whole box in less than a day — but I know I shouldn’t…
Rated 1.0/5.0 4 months ago
Not deserving of their ratings as they are all from a promotion whereby you get a free drinks for doing a google review. This is prob the worst Martabak I had in my life. Ordered choco-cheese. Expected it to be freshly made only to see the staff taking out a box of pre-packed martabak from the fridge to top up the fillings and microwave it. When I got home, everything was over drenched in sauce and the taste was awful. Husband and I took a bite each and food was unfortunately wasted. Better off buying any other apom balik off Pasar malam or meejiankueh. Martabak from indo tastes way better.