"Gourmet taste on a street budget!"
The word 'gourmet' usually connotes something expensive for most Malaysians. But when 'gourmet' is combined with 'cheap' (albeit, not officially) then you'll have interests piqued. Little Fat Duck is the truck where those two terms are combined. Gourmet food... and low, low prices.
"The food truck you can't refuse."
The moment you approach the truck, you hear the familiar waltz tune in your head. You think about lavish weddings, covert meetings, dealings behind shady doors. Then, when you expect the guy behind the counter to speak with an Italian accent, or maybe call you 'paisan', you hear instead: "Hi, nak makan apa?" in clear, perfect Malay. This is the La Famiglia Food Truck.
"Everything fresh, everything yummy."
After a year or so in petroleum engineering, Radzi Zamani decided to leave it and pursue his true calling: running a food truck! He was always a foodie, so it was a natural move for him. In doing so, though, he also decided to make sure his truck was one of the best to roam the streets of KL. So he designed the truck to top-notch specifications and made sure everything was in place. The result? Say hello to the Teazer Food Truck.
"Perfect for a quick lunch!"
Food trucks seem to be the hottest thing nowadays. Curiously, a lot of them seem to serve Tex-Mex cuisine. Why? We don't know. Maybe it's easy to do. But we're sure thankful for the lot of them. One of the tastiest burritos we've had came from Babarittos Delight Food Truck. Okay, so it's more of a, well, van, but it's got wheels and it serves tasty food. That's a food truck to us!
"Tex-Mex on a truck, affordably priced."
Thyme Out's main shtick is to serve Tex-Mex fare at affordable prices. That's always been their goal, from their humble beginnings as a stall, to now with their big, instantly recognizable truck. They're a veteran of many food events and is a familiar sight to the people of PJ and TTDI. Right now they're one of the hottest food trucks in KL and PJ.
If you're a budding food entrepreneur, you would probably value the sound advice of people who have basically 'been there, done that'. So scoot on over this November to the 1st ASEAN Young Food Entrepreneurs Conference (AYFE 2015) happening this 18th - 19th November 2015 at 1AES Hall 1, Jalan Kia Peng KL. Some of the best & most successful food entrepreneurs… More »
In Day 2 of our AYFE conference, we go regionally across ASEAN! We have a great speaker lineup for you who will be sharing their experiences growing their food business across this region. And the last segment, will be an ASEAN Food Truck Session with representatives from the regional Food Truck Associations! Not to be missed.
Thursday, 19th November 2015
Location: 1AES Hall 1, Jalan Kia Peng, KL
10am: Day 1 Recap
Did you miss out on yesterdays’s programme? Don’t worry, our FriedChillies Moderator give some key takeaways from Day 1's conference.
10.30am: AYFE Conference Keynote The Kebab That Took Over the World: The Awesome Story of Baba Rafi
Our conference keynote will be with the multi-talented Nilamsari Setiono
, the Owner of Kebab Turki Baba Rafi. Find out how she took a kart business and made it the largest kebab franchise in the world with over 1200 locations in 7 countries.
11.30am: Short Break to get some coffee
The ASEAN Session
11.45am: The Cambodian Story
Listen into myBurgerLab’s experience… Continue reading »