Truckload of hot traditional snacks


Photos By AIDA AHMAD

Ida and Dean busy preparing snacks in their food truck in Lucky Garden, Bangsar.

THOSE running errands in Lucky Garden, Bangsar in Kuala Lumpur or looking for teatime snacks in the area on a weekend, might want to look out for a bright red sign of a food truck selling pisang goreng (banana fritters).

A friend recommended trying the banana fritters sold at Otai Goreng Pisang Sambal Kicap food truck located across the road from a well-known Italian restaurant in Persiaran Ara Kiri, Lucky Garden.

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