Recently, the food truck scene is sweeping across the country (Klang Valley in particular) making its way to colleges, office buildings and road sides to offer a brand new and creative way of dining. It’s compact yet mobile kitchen + restaurant make it a unique experience for anyone with a hungry stomach!
Note: Be sure to check out their Facebook pages for updates on their location in case they shifted spots (they are mobile after all).
1. La Famiglia
Photo credits: The Star
Craving for some pasta? La Famiglia is here to satisfy your gastronomic appetites with their very affordable dishes at RM6.50. If you’re like me (having constant dilemma whether to get the carbonara or bolognese), why not have the best of both worlds and order their ‘The Boss’ pasta topped with a combination of carbonara and bolognese sauce! This Mafia themed food truck are usually spotted around Jalan Dungun (infront of HELP) for lunch and at Subang Jaya SS15 (in front of Espresso Lab) every night.
Location: SS15, Subang Jaya (infront of Espresso Lab)
2. Little Fat Duck
If you’re familiar with SS15, you will notice this food truck parked across RT Bakery, visible from the main road. Do note that they have now moved their location to Pasar Modern MBSJ, just behind Public Bank (what to do being restaurant on wheels huh?). Anyway, Little Fat Duck is another popular food truck offering pastas at a bargain with their dishes ranging about RM5 and they are open from 8pm to 12pm daily for dinner and supper.
Location: Pasar Moden PBSJ, SS15, Subang Jaya
Operating Hours: 8pm-12pm daily
Check out LFD’s facebook here to follow their recent updates.
3. Burger Giler Power
Citizens in Taman Melawati and Ampang, go look out for this food truck to experience the burger bomb! Open every Thursday to Saturday from 5pm-10pm, Burger Giler Power brings burger tasting to a whole new level. They offer a variety of burgers such as Classic Cheese Burger (beef with cheddar cheese and spicy garlic aioli), Cajun Chicken Burger (Chicken with special cajun spice) and the Chief Burger (combination of beef and chicken). Moreover, Burger Giler Power prepares delicious side dishes too.
Location: near 4 Jalan Bandar 3, Taman Melawati, Melawati,
Operating Hours: Thur to Sat, 5pm-10pm.
Check out BGP’s facebook here for their updates.
4. The Laughing Monkey
With the cafe scene mushrooming non-stop in Klang Valley, The Laughing Monkey tops them by being a cafe on wheels! Grab a cup of freshly brewed coffee and handmade sandwiches before work and don’t be swayed thinking that their beverages will fall short than normal cafes as their hot chocolate and coffee will drive you bananas! This truck can be often seen monkeying around Menara Millenium (nearby HELP college), Jaya One and Damansara Uptown.
Catch them by following their updates on their facebook page here.
5. Cowboys Food Truck
Look out for these cowboys riding (not horses) but a truck around SS15, TTDI and Damansara Uptown. Cowboys Food Truck sells a variety of filling meat platters, Americano style not to mention they are halal as well. A must try is their basic po-boy sandwich which isn’t really basic, but served with thick slices of slow-smoked beef brisket with slaw & chipotle mayo in home-made crusty loaves.
Follow their updates here on facebook.
6. Babarittos Delight
Babarittos Delight is a food truck founded by a young entrepreneur, Hafiey Mughnie Amran, who loves street food since his college days. Selling burrito wraps and nachos, he found it a great selection of western food for Malaysian folks. Look out for the pink truck (or purple however you perceived it) which operates around Setapak, serving from 5pm till late.
Location: PV16, along Columbia Hospital road, Setapak
Operating Hours: Mon to Sat, 5pm-1am
Check them out by following their facebook updates here.
7. Flaming Wheels
Started up initially to raise funds for Make-A-Wish foundation, this food truck has gained popularity not only from their sleek exterior but also from serving a mixture of gourmet local and international dishes. Choices of buffalo wings, lamb meatballs, tandoori chicken and a variety of burgers, sandwiches and pastas will entice your palates, priced around RM7-RM12 GST included. The food truck roams throughout Klang Valley, usually stopping by universities and catering to events.
Catch them around by following the updates on their facebook page here.
8. Curbside Cantina
As it’s name suggests, Curbside Cantina is a Mexican influenced food truck that serves your favourite Mehico meals on-the-go. With tacos, nachos, chillies fries and churros on the menu, there’s no stopping this Mexican heat from taking over KL. Be sure to try out their most sought after dishes such as the Chicken Quesa-Tacos, Fish Tacos and Beef Tacos.
Catch them on the road by following their updates here on facebook.
9. Negative Celsius
Have you seen anything more magical than this? These colourful ice cream filled macaroons are literally eye candy that has been sweeping social media since their launch last month! Be sure to grab them quick because Negative Celsius only 300 pairs of these sweet treats are sold everyday and they are known to sell out fast!
Location: PV128, Setapak
Operating Hours: Tues to Sun, from 12pm onwards
Check out their updates on facebook here.
10. The Boys Food
One can’t help but marvel at The Boys Food’s sloppy food presentations that appeal too much to our Malaysian eyes. Feast your eyes on their generous coating of cheesy sauce, chilli con carne, mayo and other condiments that makes it finger licking good, literally. Their pastas, burger, sandwiches and hotdogs are available at only RM5 which begs the question whether to give in and have a sinfully delicious second serving.
Location: Bank Muamalat, Jalan 6/4, Taman Desa Melawati
Operating Hours: Mon to Sat, 9pm-12am
Find out for their updates from their facebook page here.
11. Royal Post
Besides their beautifully packaged beverages and awesomely designed truck, Royal Post’s freshly made brew with strong lingering coffee aromas will give you the boost you need to start your day. They open as early as 7.30am dedicated to give you your daily coffee fix and also serve sandwiches with your choice of Panini, oregano or charcoal bread. Price ranges from RM4-RM11.
Location: Usually spotted around Menara Millenium and Plaza OSK along Jalan Ampang.
Operating Hours: Mon to Fri, 7am-3.30pm
Check out their facebook page here for updates on their location.
Photo credits: The Star
Operating as early as 7.30am, SpagMe serves breakfast meals and pastas catered to workers around Jalan Dungun and HELP students. Their menu is kept simple with a choice of 7 dishes and price ranges about RM6.50 to RM12.80. We highly recommend their Spag Tempura Fish!
Location: Usually spotted in Jalan Dungun and Menara Millenium
Operating Hours: Mon to Fri, 7.30am-2pm
Get updated by checking out their facebook page here.
Photo credits: Eatdrinkkl
Wheeloaf’s sandwiches are kept crispy on the outside, yet juicy and succulent on the inside. They have been receiving very good responses from customers who begged from seconds! Try out their much desired Beef Panini, The Great Dan and Gargasm Chicken Panini. Price ranges about RM6.90 to RM12.90.
Location: Jalan SS21/1a, Petaling Jaya
Operating Hours: Mon to Fri, 8am-2pm and 6pm-10pm; Sat, 6pm-10pm; Sun, 10am-4pm
Catch them around by following their facebook updates here.
Photo credits: kamkammakan.blogspot
Prefer a healthier option? Or perhaps looking for something to wash down those pasta and burgers with? OMFJ (Oh My Fruit Juice) is your mobile juice stand that offers freshly squeezed fruit juices. It is often found in Millennium B2 Carpark, PBD and their price range from RM8 to RM9.50.
Location: Usually spotted about Menara Millenium
Check out their location updates here on their facebook.
Photo credits: Eatdrinkkl
Guac! Food Truck is a mexican inspired truck where their choice for burritos and tacos will spoil you. Choose among beef, fish or chicken as your filling then take a huge bite and savour every bite. The wraps may be a little thick to the taste but their beef burritos and shrimp tacos are worth a try.
Location: TTDI (across Tom, Dick & Harry’s) or Damansara Uptown (across Wondermilk)
Operating Hours: 7.30pm till late
Check out more details about where they will be via their facebook here.
16. Oishi Bento
Photo credits: eatdrinkkl
What?? Even Japanese food is now on wheels! Oishi bento offers a good range of lunch meals from Chicken Karaage, Beef/Chicken/Salmon Teriyaki, Temppanyaki and Japanese Curry Chicken/Beef! They are a little hard to catch as they usually roam about the streets of Klang Valley.
Catch them by following their updates here on facebook.
Operating Hours: Mon to Sat, 10am-4pm
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