Friday, March 27, 2015

The Guac Truck & Wheeloaf

Checking out two more food trucks worth waiting by the street for, starting with the Mexican-themed Guac Truck.

Burritos (RM12), tacos (one for RM7, two for RM12) & nachos (RM10) with a choice of beef, fish or chicken, made to order & served warm. We really liked our beef burrito - fresh & flavourful, chunky with bits of rice & beans & pretty much everything a burrito needs. The fish tacos were a little less successful - the thickness of the tortillas overshadowed the taco's fillings, & a better-quality fish deserves consideration. The chicken-&-salsa nachos were fine, but on hindsight, beef would've yielded a tastier, creamier topping. Douse with complimentary hot sauce to up the pleasure level. The Guac Truck's on Lorong Rahim Kajai 14 at TTDI after 8pm on some nights & on Jalan SS21/1A at Damansara Uptown on other nights.

Also an encouraging option for comfort-food bites: Wheeloaf, a 'mobile gourmet bakery' for paninis & cheese sandwiches.

Wheeloaf's paninis are a pleasure, warm to the touch, crisp to the bite & creamy to the chew. Go for Gargasm Madness (RM12.90), gorgeous with grilled chicken, garlic confit, lettuce & cheddar cheese. For sandwiches, The Great Dan (RM9.90) is a good one, thick with pulled beef, BBQ sauce, capsicum & mozzarella cheese. The truck wheels into Damansara Uptown, also on Jalan SS21/1A, on most evenings; stalk 'em on Facebook & Instagram to be sure for their 'bready to go' goodies.

The Guac Truck

Wheeloaf


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16 comments:

  1. That is a nice looking truck, Sean, and it looks like they have great fare. I love the concept. :)

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    1. Linda: here's looking forward to more trucks that pursue interesting cooking :)

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  2. I wished somebody could come up with this kind of food truck biz in Seremban!

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    1. Melissa: hopefully you'll get a nice food truck in seremban this year! :)

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  3. My hubby always jokes that we should start a food truck!

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    1. Baby Sumo: it'd be a convenient way for us to sample your delicious recipes! :)

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  4. Haven't seen any food truck in our Taman yet, maybe soon? Hehe.

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    1. CK: it'd be interesting to see what kind of food truck opens in taman desa! :D

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  5. Some truck food are even better than restaurant food. This one looks yummy. An interesting and convenient business if you'd ask me.

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    1. Lux: true, the sandwiches and tex-mex fare at these food trucks were definitely on par with what good cafes offer :)

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  6. Nice! Great looking snacks. Brings to mind the movie - Chef.

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    1. Suituapui: yeah, that's a good movie to watch if you wanna seek inspiration, heh :)

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  7. Its always good to know where to go when you crave a 'toastie'!

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    1. YouHadYourLunch: i'm not usually a fan of toasties, but i liked how the ones by wheeloaf tasted exactly like they should :)

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  9. he thickness of the tortillas overshadowed the taco's fillings, & a better-quality fish deserves consideration. Trucking Jobs

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