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Jakarta Eats Part 9: Hanna's Klappertaart Coconut Pudding
By Alfred May 30, 2009
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Jakarta Eats Part 9: Hanna's Klappertaart Coconut Pudding
Fast Facts
Food:
Pudding
Type:
Indonesian Cuisine
Setting:
Food Court
Price Range:
S$1 - S$5
Rating Range:
7 to 7.9
Location:
Jakarta
Food Centre:
N/A
Recommended For:
Lunch
Reviewed by:
Alfred

One of those things that really impressed me in this trip is the fact that I found a lot of food courts in Indonesia had much better design than ours in Singapore.

Now you may ask how much better, unfortunately I was stopped from taking photos in most food courts here but imagine the best decorated food court here in Singapore and probably you might think of say Food Republic?

Well I seen so many better ones there that would had beaten Food Republic hands down. Even their malls had better designs. I think it’s all down to having designers whom are more creative.

I think eventhough Singapore is so much more developed in terms of infrastructure, creativity unfortunately is something you can’t just learn by the book or work hard for. It’s gotta do with the space you are allow to create and unfortunately the tight control culture here had it’s cost and it’s clear what’s missing amidst the development over the past few decades.

The most impressive of all foodcourts I saw has got to be the Peta Wisata Makan which is called Eat And Eat and it’s theme is ‘Creating Food Adventure’.


Map of the foodcourt


Value card for using purchase

This chain of foodcourt is operated by Marche. The layout of the food court is quite unique in that they have food from all different Indonesia provinces. They have signs that say this food is from Surabaya, and this food is from Medan etc. They even have quite a big range of food from Singapore.

But can anyone tell me since when we go to Tiong Bahru for Hokkein mee?


Hokkien Mee from Tiong Bahru?


Nasi Lemak stall from Katong?


Nasi Lemak stall

How about this, Katong Nasi Lemak. I think they know Laksa doesn’t sells well here due to the fact that Indonesian really loves their rice, so much that every fastfood’s meals here are served rice by default.


Newton Chai Tao Kway

So now you know that if you read anywhere in Singapore that says Ayam Penyet from blah blah blah, then chances are that the blah blah blah place probably isn’t famous for that food.


YTF stall in Jakarta

In Singapore I love Ampang Yong Tao Fu so much but yet I have friends from KL telling me that the real Ampang Yong Tao Fu actually doesn’t taste like that.


Kway Chap stall

Even in Singapore I hardly eat at foodcourt so it will really take a lot for me to eat at one here.

Unfortunately after looking at those dodgy Singapore foodstalls, I can’t help but wonder are the rest of those stalls from Indonesian provinces also the same……


Rojak stall

We did however had a Klappertaart which is some kind of pudding from Hanna’s Klappertaart.

It’s essentially slices of coconut meat in some kind of pudding and topped with a layer of chocolate and sprinkled with something that looked like grounded walnuts.

It smoothly melted in my mouth and was not too sweet. I wish there was more nutty flavour at it’s toppings though. But for Rp15 000($2), there can be no complains really.


Klappertaart

Hanna’s Klappertaart looked like one of the latest craze as far I can see. If you can read Bahasa Indonesia, find out more about it here http://www.klappertaart.com/about.html

Price: SGD$2 each

Recommendation: Klappertaart Coconut Pudding

Conclusion: Was smooth and the texture was amazing.

Likes: Smooth.

Dislikes: Wish there were more nutty flavour.

Address Overall Rating

Hanna Klappertaart
Peta Wisata Makan foodcourt somewhere in West Jakarta.


Food:
7/10 ★★★★★★★☆☆☆ 

Value:
7/10 ★★★★★★★☆☆☆ 

Service:
7/10 ★★★★★★★☆☆☆ 

Ambience:
8/10 ★★★★★★★★☆☆ 

Cleanliness:
8/10 ★★★★★★★★☆☆ 

Overall:
7.5/10 ★★★★★★★½☆☆ 


Readers' Comment(s) : 2
Lim Boon Tiong says:

what is the yellowish thing in the last photo (beside the plastic spoon) ? is that ice cream?

this dessert looks very yummy…. they should open a stall in SG.

Posted June 1, 2009
Alfred says:

That’s the pudding. You can see on the right side of it, there is a slide of cocoonut. It’s smooth and I suspect they use a lot of coconut milk in it.

Posted June 1, 2009
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