Meals on wheels

New Straits Times - - Jom! -

LOOK­ING for a place to hang out with friends and at the same time, en­joy good food? You don’t need to look far. There’s one right in the heart of Kuala Lumpur. Head over Ta­pak Ur­ban Street Din­ing in Hamp­shire Park (next to Corus Ho­tel), along Jalan Am­pang.

There are about 30 food trucks here, of­fer­ing sump­tu­ous cui­sine, from lo­cal to West­ern selections. Feast on kolo mee, spaghetti, lamb chop, cheesy roti John, chicken chop, cheesy chicken wing and more. Be­ing eco-friendly, din­ers are re­quired to dis­pose uten­sils and wastes in garbage bins.

Op­er­at­ing since last year, it is pop­u­lar among lo­cals and tourists. It is open from 5pm to mid­night on Mon­day to Thurs­day, 6pm to 3am on Fri­day and 3pm to 3am on week­end. You can en­joy al­fresco din­ing while ad­mir­ing the stun­ning view of the city.

Ta­pak is near KLCC and is equipped with a se­cured com­pound and am­ple park­ing (RM2 per en­try). Al­ter­na­tively, you can take the LRT.

The choice is huge, from Asian to West­ern spe­cial­i­ties.

Food truck has been a trendy way to hang out with friends.

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