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Pancake Boss Martabak Manis

594 Wishlisted
~$5/pax
We are small martabak manis cafe that focus in cooking authentic Indonesia's martabak manis. We have more than 30 menu / flavours combination from traditional to fruity, chocolate, fusion and pizza type.

470 North Bridge Road
#04-15 Bugis Cube Mall
Singapore 188735

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Wednesday:
12:00pm - 08:00pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 08:00pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 08:00pm

Saturday:
12:00pm - 08:00pm

Sunday:
12:00pm - 08:00pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 08:00pm

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This was pretty huge, for sharing of course!
Definitely tasted better than it looked.
After waiting time of 15 minutes, the familiar smell of pancake (Martabak) was served.
The thick fluffy bamboo charcoal base black pancake was oozed with lemon cream cheese, every bite was awesome.
Overall, pretty gooey and mouthful of yummy treats.
($14)

4 Likes

While the pancakes are Pancake Boss are thick, they’re really chewy and light. They don’t have an overly doughy texture or taste. Definitely a lot better than mass produced min jiang kuehs at some chains.

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I love pancakes, waffles, bread and all things carb. Imagine my delight when I first read about Pancake Boss as I searched for good Min Jiang Kuehs in Singapore. Tucked away in the 4th level of Bugis Cube, Pancake Boss is as hidden a gem as you can get. Its location is certainly not ideal as it fronts many hair and nail salons - causing a bombardment of chemical smells while you’re sitting in the cozy eatery. However, it is quiet and a nice spot to enjoy a sweet treat with friends or family. I love the decor of the place, and the owner clearly has a thing for Batman. Service isn’t particular great, we stood at the cashier counter for a pretty long time studying the menu before a lady appeared behind the curtains to take our order, but I guess business is pretty slow on Saturdays so they’re quite chill.

We settled on the Green Joker for today which comes with matcha pancake, matcha kit kat and murtabak cheese. The martabaks are made to order, so the wait was rather long. We sat and waited for about 15 minutes before our pancake was served (they do have a number that you can call to preorder so you don’t have to wait though - might choose to do that next time). When the dish arrived, the martabak skin was delightfully crispy, with a generous layer of martabak cheese in between. The matcha taste in the pancake wasn’t particularly strong, but it was fragrant and went well with the matcha kit kat melted into the pancake and cheese. The Green Joker was a perfect blend of sweet and savoury, as the cheese balanced out the sweetness of the kit kat. We shared this martabak between two people but already started to feel ‘jelak’ by the last two pieces. I can’t fathom finishing this on my own even as a full meal so I would definitely recommend sharing! Also, do eat this fast as the longer you take, the more the skin starts to soak up the butter at the base of the plate and become soggy. Didn’t enjoy the last two pieces much because they were dripping butter and no longer crisp, so eat quickly!

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This was pretty huge, for sharing of course!
Definitely taste better than it looked.
After waiting time of 20 minutes, we wowed when it’s served.
So please pre-order if in a rush.
The thick fluffy red velvet pancake was drizzled with lemon cream cheese + Oreo bits, every bite was awesome.
Overall, pretty gooey and mouthful of yummy treats.

Iced cold chocolate ice cream simply topped the indulgence.
($18.30)

3 Likes

Have you ever tried martabak? I usually eat this in Indonesia. So glad to finally found this here!

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This ulu place is located on the fourth floor of bugis cube(took a while to find since Google maps doesn't have their level)

It's a sin to have this but it's really worth the guilt and the possible eventual cardiac arrest. The oil on top gives it a superbly crispy shell which contrasts perfectly with the chewy pancake within. The fillings are also well thought out with both faring well. This sort of slightly salty and savoury cheese is rather rare and works well with the sweet Oreo. Ofc being a pancake it's rather filling and there's probably no way you can have this as a dessert without an army behind you to share the calories

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