20 05 2008

Murtabak is an Indian-Muslim dish commonly found in Yemen, Malaysia, Singapore, and Brunei. Depending on the location, the name and ingredients can significantly vary. In Malaysia, where it is called “Murtabak”, it is sold by Mamak salesmen, and usually includes minced mutton, along with garlic, egg and onion, and is eaten with curry sauce. In Yemen, it is called Motabbag (Arabic: المطبّق) which means “The Folded”. Murtabak also usually includes mutton in Yemen. In Indonesia, particularly Jakarta, it is called “martabak”, and has two versions: a sweet one, and a savory one.

This one is makan at the shop behind Genting Coffee shop at Island Glades. The taste of the murtabak is not bad and woth trying.. and is cheap only RM2.50..

Taste: 3/5
Price: RM 2.50




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