"Tasty beriani on wheels!"
At one time you can count on one hand how many food trucks are out there serving up local food. After all, the great Food Truck revolution here began with offering foodies a tasty and cheaper alternative to Western food such as pastas, burgers, Tex-mex and so forth. Enter MS Beriani resolute in their Johorean dishes, who wants to promote authentic Johorean food to a younger crowd.
"Serving Burgers for More Than 20 Years!"
In front of 7-11 at Sea Park, Petaling Jaya (opposite of Ali food Corner), lies a burger truck known as Burger ANZ. The business was started in 1995 by Mr. Zainal, he's been serving burgers for 21 years, it gotta count for something. And that something is, really good roadside burgers. On average, he sells 160 burgers a day. Currently, he runs the truck with the help of his son, daughter and nephew.
"Ultimate Rendang Kerang!"
Zazali Corner is a familiar sight for the residents around this Wangsa Maju neighbourhood. Started by a husband and wife duo of Encik Zazali and Mak Cik Zuraiba, they serve the king and queen of Malaysian breakfasts - nasi lemak and roti canai. Located right in front of Alpha Angle's (AEON Wangsa Maju) front entrance, they have been serving breakfast to the masses for a decade.
"Awesome Roadside Burgers!"
The secret to a good roadside burger? Balance. It has to have the correct amount of mayo, black pepper sauce and chilli sauce combined with the grill to create a burger with just enough sloppiness and grease to make it messy yet sinfully scrumptious. At Hassan Burger, that’s exactly what you get.
A hearty ragu with pasta is one of the best comfort foods ever. A ragu is basically… well, a thick sauce ala bolognaise. But use your imagination and creativity to make different kinds and surprise yourself with how delicious and easy ragus can be. Here, we’re using leftover roasted leg of lamb. More »
Everyone loves tacos! Here’s our take on a Greek-infused tacos using leftover lamb paired with a refreshing and crunchy tzatziki: that’s cucumber, mint and yogurt salad to you. It’s a flavour packed combo that’s perfect for a light lunch or dinner. More »
"Grab a packet!"
For fans of nasi lemak bungkus, make your way to Nasi Lemak EK in Wangsa Maju. There, you can sample perfectly cooked coconut rice paired with a sweet and spicy sambal that tastes just like the ones you had as a child at your school canteen. EK stands for Etta’s Kitchen. For years now, Rozeta Sa’ad or more commonly known as Kak Etta and her sons have been supplying packets of nasi lemak to various locations in Wangsa Maju including Restoran Al Kader, a Chinese café in Seri Rampai, a stall at the nearby Hero Market and Honda Sri Utama.