Lucky garden in Bangsar has always been home to some really good Malaysian street food, including the local favourite and famous, Bangsar Fish Head Corner.
But earlier this year, DBKL came down on to demolish the location in which the famous curry stall and a few other similar vendors were located due to a series of concerns.
As according to KL Foodie, some of those concerns included hygiene as the space was considerably filthy and cramped but hungry Malaysians and foreigners alike still flocked to the stall only to endure long queues just to get their hands on a set of the famed Indian food for a mere RM3. This also caused congestion in the area as many chose to park by the roadside.
But fret not, for your favourite fish head curry place, the Bangsar FISH HEAD Corner is still alive and well, as they’ve transitioned into a food truck!
Kami beroperasi seperti biasa di parking di hadapan Kedai (Food Truck) Pick up dan delivery sahaja!!!
Their new food truck is now located at the parking lot right in front of where the stall used to be in Lucky Garden, though unfortunately they no longer have dine-in services, you can always choose to tapau from this local favourite!
We’re so happy that we didn’t lose this (not so) hidden gem.
As Malaysians, we should truly be grateful and support local street food as it can help bring their businesses to new heights.
Here’s their address: No. 2, Lorong Ara Kiri 3 (298.55 km), 59100 Kuala Lumpur
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