oleh Dwi Izaldi, 10 April 2016 (hampir 7 tahun yang lalu)
My sister just randomly craved to hell for martabak telor. It is open-air situated and they are sharing space with bubur ayam stall, so you better take away your order. But don't worry, they also provide tables to dine in there. So, let's talk about the food!
- Martabak Ayam (2 Telor): I'm not a big fan of savoury martabak, so I just took a bite. The taste was fine, the filling was so generous and the first thing that I saw inside the martabak was the chops of onion! Yeay, me likey onions. Onions powered the taste of martabak itself, gave it a fragrant, and it worked well. The portion was pretty huge. But unfortunately, they slightly over cooked it, since the outer layer became a little bit dark, but somehow it gave some crispiness at the outside and it sounded crunchy when I took a bite. Besides chicken, you can also opt for the beef one, and you can upgrade the total of egg that you want up to 3 eggs
- Martabak Kacang Coklat Wijen: They give the customer choices about the size of sweet martabak, either you like it unyil, medium, or large. We went for the unyil one. Unyil means personal pan, but for me it wasn't that personal, because I couldn't finish it all by myself. Unyil comes with 4 pieces, so it was fulfilling enough. The dough was thick, moist, and fluffy. They cooked it well, and it also wasn't too sweet for me. They were so generous at giving us the chocolate (meisis) and wijen, but not with the nut itself. The taste was just so so, and unfortunately it was way too oily that it morelikely looked like water instead of oil, even I had to use napkins.
Their menu isn't as much as any hipster martabak joint, they stick to the basic, so don't expect for something 'fancier' toppings like nutella, toblerone, kitkat, ferrerro rocher, kindle bar, marshmallow, etc