15 October 2010
Fortunately, the truck was in my area, and I was able to grab a sample of Beef Rendang (Slow-cooked beef with a variety of spices, turmeric rice, and pineapple achar) from Café Asean. Not your typically spicy Malaysian dish, as how I'm used to it being prepared, but pretty good.
My gripe: the truck didn't sell dishes. So I was left a bit disappointed.
For more info on the Malaysian Kitchen food truck, view their website or follow them on Twitter at @MalaysiaKitchn.