A quick post about Martabak, the definitive Indonesian dessert. Basically, it’s cake batter (plain, red velvet, etc.) fried in a cast iron pan, then covered in “butter” (actually margarine), chocolate (or other toppings), sweetened condensed milk, cut in half and stacked, then served. Pretty tasty, but ridiculously rich. Sort of like a really thick pancake. Unlike other street food in Indonesia, martabak is not terribly cheap – this small one was 118,000 Rp ($8.75).