Mom’s BBQ is one of the heavyweights in the area. The owners, who are brothers, dedicate their lives for their love towards texan-style barbeque — and their mum. The crowd favourites here are the beef brisket and ribs, which can be paired with a number of sides such as potato salad and pickles!
P/s: Be sure to come early if you want to order the ribs!
Badboyz burgers are quite new at SEDAP TTDI, but their reputation of serving thick juicy burgers made them a strong presence at the food truck park. They may need to compete with Sixty Bites, but at least we know that Badboyz can pack a good punch too!
If you’re tired of the conventional cheese sandwiches, Griddle provides different kinds of grilled cheese, all made from authentic imported cheese like american cheddar, monterey jack and blue cheese (trust me, blue cheese in a grilled cheese sandwich might just be the best thing ever). They also serve pastas and fried chicken!
Early risers may be familiar with Pagicoffee.co, but beyond ‘pagi, the truck also operates at SEDAP TTDI from 7pm and above. Aside from your regular cup of coffee, Pagicoffee.co came up with drinks that are… quite innovative, like their coke brew, and matcha O (matcha tea without milk).
Gringo’s was one of the first few tex mex food trucks to pop out from TTDI. The truck first set up shop at Jalan Rahim Kajai, before moving to SEDAP TTDI to be with other prominent food truckers. Despite their name, the good peeps at Gringo’s don’t cook like ‘gringos’. Even Mexicans who visited Malaysia claimed that their quesadillas are the closest to home. If you want to know what it feels like to call Mexico your ‘home’, don’t forget to add guacamole when you order any meal!
ADDRESS: Jalan Tun Mohd Fuad 3, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, 60000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur