Tuesday, 21 February 2012

The Humble Chef @ Pusat Bandar Damansara, KL

The Humble Chef @ Pusat Bandar Damansara, KL

The Humble Chef is mostly known to the HELP College University students and expatriates living nearby. Rosman Hussin, one of the two friendly owners operating from the van, previously was a Western and pastry chef who worked for a few restaurants in Germany before starting up The Humble Chef. Of course, I cannot assure that you can get 5 star hotel or 3 star Michelin restaurant ambient, but i'm sure you will have best food on best price.
Nearly at 10pm, the pick-up cab is reach. All customer who has long waiting for it, started to queue to take chair and set-up for their seat by their own. Good!
 Still taking time for setting up their mobile kitchen.
 After 10 minutes, there is no more seat left. Have to wait for seat or take-away order. 
 Their menu and price list.
It was not a bad situation when dining beside roadside (Mamak stall do), but not western food. You will have the best KL night street view from the top of hill and cold wind blow on your face.
Mountain Dew  RM2
 The only drinks they have
Chicken Pita RM4
 Stuffed with plenty of shredded chicken and cheese
 Lamb Pita  RM4
 fluffy pita bread stuffed with cheesy minced lamb and lettuce.
Carbonara RM5 
 slightly cheese on the top. Mix gently and is ready to eat.
Chicken Olio Spaghetti   RM5
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They have special dishes such as chicken chop, lamb chop and lamb meatballs, only on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays (it’s best to call and confirm)


AddressThe Humble Chef
Pusat Bandar Damansara,
(next to McDonald's by the flyover bridge road),
50490 Kuala Lumpur
GPSN3 08.700'  E101 39.817'

Tel : 014-229 6854 (Rosman)
Business Hours:  Mon - Sat  10pm - 12.30am (best to call to confirm)

*Updated:  Now, they do have a shop lot at Plaza Damansara.


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16 comments:

  1. I went to a manufacturer recently n they r manufacture this type of moving cabin....
    Now I c this....

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    1. @simpleperson nowadays, the mobile stall is everywhere, save rental cost, hence reduce price, then benefit customer! lol

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    1. @wileetee cool one with nice one!

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  3. simple fare especially for students! looks decent for that price... :0)

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    1. @fooddream Is kindly super cheap for student like me.. wakaka.. save + food good!

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  4. simple setup. reminds me of an awesome nasi lemak and briyani stall that i came across in cheras which operates similarly.

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    1. @missyblurkit Which stall that you recalled back? tell me more details.. maybe I want pay a visit over there!

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  5. so unique.. in a van, yet sooo many peopl. nice

    Latest: Han Dynasty Restaurant Damansara

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    1. @isaac I guess you may love it.. Its so so special feel of having western food at roadside.. interesting!

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  6. Ahh.... BEST IN THE WORLD! Saw this on TV that day :D

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    1. @merryn Wow.. They are grow famous now.. You may visit their new set-up cafe at Plaza Damansara too..

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  7. that's so convenient but say no to mountain dew :X

    Latest: Lovely Taste at 6

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    1. @fish why no mountain dew?

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  8. wow... Nice feel... but is this illegal?

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    1. @soulesscloudy Em... Sorry, Its look like illegal.. But so far never heard of the caught from the authority personnel..

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