Bakmi Tiga Marga is created by ngko Wang, ngko Dai, and ngko Li three surnames with different personalities with the same affluent taste for the noodles and all its goodness. Made only with the freshest and best ingredients, it's flavors are reminiscent of the cozy noodle kiosks in old town Jakarta.
The festivities hampers set include angpao envelopes and greeting cards made from recycled paper with hand illustrated motifs, Jenggala Coasters that are upcycled from our fabric, reusable fabric flowers, and Buckmee Ayam (Chicken Noodle) from Bakmi Tiga Marga.
Enjoying Your Buckmee Ayam
Consists of ready-to-boil noodles, oil seasoning, minced chicken with chopped mushrooms and chili sauce packages.
Here's how to best enjoy you noodle:
- Boil 1L of water
- Put the noodles in boiling water for 20 seconds, remove and drain the water, put it in a bowl
- Put the "seasoning" and "minced chicken" packages into the boiling water for about 1 minute, then remove the packages from heat
- Open the “seasoning” package, put it in a bowl, and mix the noodles with the seasoning until well combined
- Lastly, put the minced chicken on top of the noodles, add chilli sauce if preferred, and voilà it’s ready!
Why Mega Mendung?
Our envelopes & greeting cards are made with recycled paper with hand illustrated motifs. The motif itself comes from the traditional 'Mega Mendung' motif, which is identic to the Indonesian-Chinese culture.
The motif itself originated from Cirebon where many locals are inspired by the imagery of clouds often found in ancient Chinese ceramic arts. Thus the motif is preserved in Batik by Sunan Gunung Jati when he married a Chinese-descent princess and introduced the motif to the Javanese culture from inside the royal palace (keraton).
Our Jenggala coasters are upcycled from fabric waste that will bring the jungle to your home. It’s a perfect match for your afternoon tea while reading a book or when it’s raining outside! With its earthy colors, its something you never new you needed at home.