The local calls combro. The outer shell is made of tapioca. There are two shapes. The round one has kaya in it. The long one has spicy coconut in it. An Indonesian bought it for us to try. I took five of it, 2 round ones. I like the longish combro because I like spicy food. Not bad the taste. Oh, it have to be eaten when it is still hot, else the shell is a bit hard.
Chocolate Silver Queen originated by Selba's grandpa. After reading about the article, me went out searching for it (of course not immediately). The top has almond in it, the bottom have fruits and nuts. The taste, nice as chocolate should. My colleague said it tasted like Malaysia's Cadbury. The chocolate cost rupiah 5,000 a piece. Therefore, it is not cheap eventhough it is local produce. For expat in Indonesia, if you have not try the chocolate, go out there get one.