This post is written to share about the food trucks I’ve tried at Seremban 2. Why only Seremban 2? Because there’s where I live ma. :-p
What is food truck?
A food truck is a large vehicle equipped to cook and sell food. Some, including ice cream trucks, sell frozen or prepackaged food; others have on-board kitchens and prepare food from scratch. Sandwiches, hamburgers, french fries, and other regional fast food fare is common.
People these days haven taken one step forward on food truck business. Those days, what we often see are pisang goreng, keropok lekor or the Chinese luk luk truck. (I’m referring to Malaysia of course). However those are less ‘glamour’, but still has its crowd.
I am delighted that food trucks in Seremban is slowly gaining its popularity. Unlike in KL, the choices could be more.
1) Quickie Food Truck.
Quickie’s specialty has to be the fusion spaghetti. Which is my favorite too. I came to try their spaghetti when it was newly open since October 2016. Each order is cook & prepare on the spot. The spaghetti comes in 2 sizes, small (RM6) big (RM9). What I like about their spaghetti is the flavors. Something I have not come across yet. They have Rendang spaghetti, Devil’s Curry spaghetti, Sambal spaghetti and Green Chili spaghetti, Satay Sauce and Butter Milk Chicken. Mutton Curry is available only on weekends. Don’t you think that the flavors are so Malaysian? 🙂 🙂
(above is Mutton Curry Spaghetti, Buttermilk Chicken Spaghetti & Hotdog bun with Satay Sauce)
Note: Only minced chicken is used in the spaghetti.
If you like something fiery/spicy…try out the Devil’s Curry add on bull’s eye egg & hotdog. I was told that Rendang Spaghetti is the current’s bestseller. My favorite pick has to be Devil’s Curry & Green Chili. 🙂
Besides spaghetti, hotdog burger, the above is called Booty Burger. It consists of 2 pieces of chicken patties wrapped with omelette and sandwiched with nacho chips. A pair of hand gloves was given free with it in order to avoid dirty hands. :-p
They also serve this dessert called Mellow Brownie which is our Malaysian kek batik.
This is where you can locate Quickie Food Truck. Located at Jalan S2 B8, in front of Otheroom. Business hour (Monday-Saturday) 7pm-12am. Closed on Sundays. There are tables and chairs for dining customers too. But I chose to dapao all the time 🙂
Follow their FB page to get the latest updates.
2) Food Trucks Behind of Mydin Seremban 2
Scene of all 3 food trucks lined up in a row along Jalan S2 B20, setting up tables and chairs.
This truck is owned by Hunger Food Truck Official
I was told that their specialty is the spaghetti. To be precise, it is Spicy Aglio Olio and Chicken Spaghetti.
This is Nasi Lemak with Lemon Butter Chicken which comes with pickled vegetables.
Here comes the menu of ‘white truck’.
The Assam Laksa. While I was waiting for my food, there are cars stopping by just to pack their Assam Laksa. No doubt it was delicious!
Dishes that are worth trying from the white truck are Nasi Ayam Penyet & Nasi Lemak. Both are good. (sorry no pic to show)
Move on to the school bus. That’s a good idea isn’t it. Definitely caught one’s attention.
I saw people ordering the Chicken Chop
But I ordered the Chicken Schnitzel Burger with black pepper sauce which was alright.
Located at Jalan S2 B20 nearby Mydin S2. Business hour (7pm till late night). Closed on Mondays.
*solely based on writer's own opinion* *cash term
3 thoughts on “Food Trucks in Seremban 2”
No food truck here. I would prefer these too those roadside hawker stalls, sure look a lot cleaner.
STP – Ya…I suppose the exposure to dust is lesser too 🙂