In case you missed it — Tiffin Food Court is back. The annual event, currently on its third year, is set to provide Malaysians with an enticing dining experience that you can’t find anywhere else. Malaysia’s celebrated chefs, food vendors and entertainers are all under a single roof so you’ll get to see, look and taste everything right there and then. The food court will run for six weekends (July 25 till September 1, 2019), from 5pm until late; every Thursday to Sunday.

The warehouse located behind Gasket Alley, Petaling Jaya is where the food court is at (same as the previous year), but this time it’s a little more thematic. It’s a carnival-inspired affair; colourful, quirky and multi-sensory, which also means more OOTD opportunities.

A number of eateries will be making its first debut at Tiffin Food Court, which include MyTacoLab by the people behind MyBurgerLab and Momosita, new taco bar concept by Troika Sky Dining.
“This year we’ve tried our best to further elevate Tiffin Food Court’s offerings as a reflection of our aspirations to become the culinary platform for events, and conversations around food that push the culinary experience in Malaysia. Tiffin has always aimed to promote and develop emerging culinary talents and support entrepreneurs whilst nurturing our nation’s collective enthusiasm for all things culinary”
Adrian Yap, CEO and founder of Freeform Sdn Bhd that organises Tiffin Food Court.

Chef’s Kitchens is one of the newest addition to the space. It’s a guest chef series, treated an ode to Malaysia’s varied contemporary gastronomy. Several chefs are scheduled to make their off-site debut here; Chef Gary Anwar of Ember Modern Bistro, Chef Micha of Mr. Chew’s Chino Latino Bar, Chef Nicholas Scorpion of Jing Ze, Chef Carrie Scully of Tiki Taka, Chef Najib Hamid of Jibby & Co, Chef Jack of Soon Heng Social Club, and Chef Karlyn of Sitka.

Tiffin Food Court is happening every Thursday to Sunday, from 25th July to 1st September 2019.

60 F&B players are scheduled to show off their culinary skills throughout the entire event. So best to come with an empty stomach to experience this quintessential Malaysian food court experience. There will be plenty to try and taste, especially on the last weekend with the likes of Beta KL, The Puntry by Pun’s Ice Cream, and Sitka Eatinghouse & Wine Bar taking over the kitchen flames for a Malaysian-themed weekend called Sudu Garpu.

Check out the full list of vendors here.

Tiffin Food Court is located at Lot 15, Jalan 13/6, Seksyen 13, Petaling Jaya (behind The Gasket Alley). Admission is free but costs of food and drinks apply. 

Jolin Lee
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