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Here’s what you should try at this popular street snack eatery

by Grace Sundram

Tetangga Kita, an eatery originated from Indonesia specializing in martabak aims to bring the Indonesian street food closer to Malaysians. The martabak-focused eatery uses authentic ingredients and recipes imported from Indonesia and offers two options in the menu: Martabak Manis and Martabak Telor. For Martabak Manis, customers have the option to enjoy the thicker version with the richness of the flavour in a whole bite or the perfectly rationed thin version to savour the crisp and crunchy taste of it.

Imagine having a martabak where it starts with a simple egg dough, flour and butter then later added with your favourite toppings. An addictive snack, indeed!

With that said, here’s a list of martabaks that we think you should try out from Tetangga Kita if you haven’t had the chance yet.

Martabak Manis

Nutella Keju Kacang


Nutella, shredded mild cheddar and roasted ground peanuts.

Lotus Biscoff


A sweet martabak with delicious Lotus Biscoff spread.

Jagung Keju


Sweet corn, shredded mild cheddar on a pandan based batter.

Martabak Telor



Ruby & Son’s signature daging dendeng mixed with our martabak telor and topped with torched dendeng gravy.



Korea’s number one spicy instant noodles cooked inside our crispy martabak telor. Must try for spicy food enthusiasts.



A crispy egg martabak with beef tenderloin, onions and leek.


Apart from their specialities on the menu, the popular street snack eatery has also introduced its new packaging – “To all our frontliners, Makasih Ya” – to show appreciation towards frontliners in this unprecedented time.

In conjunction with the campaign, Tetangga Kita is partnering with The Hope Branch, a non-profit organisation (NGO), founded by Harith Iskander and Dr Jezamine also known as Pertubuhan Harapan Amal Harith Iskander, where part of proceeds of the total campaign sales will be donated to the NGO. Specially addressed to frontliners with “Makasih Ya” which translates to “Thank You”, Tetangga Kita “Makasih Ya” campaign will run from now until February 2021.

At the end of the campaign, Tetangga Kita will contribute part of the three-months-long proceeds to The Hope Branch.

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