Crispy, savoury and tasty—that’s the experience we had with Tetangga Kita’s egg martabaks. Tetangga Kita originated from Bangka Belitung Islands off the coast of the South Sumatera province, and its aim is to bring authentic Indonesian street food closer to Malaysians.

As part of their Makasih Ya campaign, part of the proceeds from Tetangga Kita sales will be donated to The Hope Branch Community (a non-profit organisation by The Joke Factory) to support communities affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. For this particular campaign, they’re looking to help frontliners, hospitals, police and armed forces. You have until February 2021 to support this CSR campaign!

We got the Sapi (RM20) made with beef tenderloin, onions and leek, which was just too easy to keep munching on, Venxhin the small eater almost finished one box on her own.

The Dendeng (RM26) comes with daging dendeng (thinly sliced dried meat) and a rendang gravy. It was very flavourful, which made it the standout in terms of taste.

Tetangga Kita’s sweet martabak are available in thicker chewy slabs or thin crisp slices. Of course, we got both.

The thick Ovalmaltine (RM25) was ooey and gooey, with extra texture thanks to the crushed peanuts, but everyone who tasted it agreed that they enjoyed the crispy Nutella Keju Kacang (RM15) more.  

Tetangga Kita has two outlets, one is located in Hartamas Shopping Centre, Kuala Lumpur and another outlet in Paradigm Mall, Petaling Jaya.

Order Online: Oddle, GrabFood, foodpanda

Website: https://tetanggakita.oddle.me/en_MY/

 
 
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