Friday, August 31, 2018

Tiffin Food Court is Back with a Rotating Array of Food Every Week for Two Months!

After having to close shop prematurely last year, Tiffin Food Court is back in a new venue right in the heart of Petaling Jaya with Klang Valley’s latest food offerings. Taking over a disused military warehouse near Jaya One, the gastronomy fair is an eight-week long fiesta, held in collaboration with more than 50 vendors and partners on rotation over the following weeks. 

When and Where
Tiffin Food Court kicks off from 30th August until 21st October at Lot 15, Jalan 13/6, Seksyen 13, Petaling Jaya (behind The Gasket Alley). Hours are 5pm until late. Admission is free.

What to Eat 
For week one - Tiffin Food Court hosted four new restaurants that previewed their menu to the public for the first time.
1) MyBurgerLab debuted their latest venture aptly named Pizza Lab and Boba Lab — a new pizzeria and bubble tea cafe set to open in September. 
2) Acclaimed chef and restaurateur Chef Liang of WhupWhup will showcase his latest creation, NGOUU –– which offers unique twists on local staples such as Nasi Lejen, Klang-Tong Rice, and Mee StaBombastic. 
3) Also making its first appearance in the Klang Valley culinary scene is the soulchild of Chef Jun Chan, Bowls of Steel — a 'Malaysian-ised' noodle bar with local flavours sourced from Semenanjung Malaysia, Sabah, and Sarawak.
4) Topping off the stellar lineup is Chef Malcolm Goh, Asian Food Channel host and executive chef of Define:Food, who will whet your appetite with Truffle Risotto with Parmigiano Cheese, Wagyu Mac & Cheese Croquettes, Tater Tots with Truffled Cheese Espuma, and House Cured Salt Beef Reuben.

Tiffin Food Court also offered a myriad of local favourites such as Shawarma King, Define:Burgers, LI Restaurant, PULP by Papa Palhelta, Aunty Manju’s, BoozEat, Lucky Cuisine, NACHOSLAH, Mom’s BBQ KL, Softsrve, and more. From across the causeway, the modern, playful Japanese raw bar Tanuki Raw made a comeback this year.

Check out the full list of vendors by 21 August at

Price Range 
Food: RM6 - RM125 (for wine bottle + oyster combos) 
Drinks: RM5 - RM23 (for wine glass + oyster combos) 

Is it Muslim Friendly? 
No pork is served in the dishes but alcohol is available for purchase. 

What to Do 
Completing the multi-layered Tiffin Food Court experience, diners can get in the grooves with various DJ acts, while teeing off the gastronomical party with a few rounds of mini golf. Also explore hidden corners and different sitting areas for an instagram-fun time. They have a smoking and non-smoking area. 

Payment System 
Tiffin Food Court uses a cashless system. Guests are required to register first at the entrance counter in order to collect their wristband which acts as their e-wallet. Then they can top up their wristband using cash, credit card or the Boost App. Upon ordering, their wristband will be scanned by the vendors and the balance will be shown. 

Refunds of leftover credits are done via the Boost app. The wristband is only valid throughout one week's operating days (Thursday to Sunday)

Where to Park 
Jaya One is directly across the road from the Gasket Alley. Parking is RM2 per entry after 6pm on weekdays and on weekends. Alternatively, the flats across the main road has roadside parking for free. 

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