Before we coming to end of the year and feeling festive yet not too sure where to go for a nice place to chill. Well, lets head to the new atas food court known as Tiffin At The Yard at Sentul, KL. Love the location as the surroundings is quite oversea with rustic and classic red brick buildings around and Sentul depo is just around the corner. Many instagramble corner can be taken in this premises.
The best part is Tiffin At The Yard is going to be permanent.
Just look at the surroundings.
do note that if you are taking anything for commercial, do apply permit at their office. In Tiffin At the Yard : Who is here and what to eat: check out their page : Tiffin at The Yard
There are plenty of parking space and it is free. Just prepare to walk abit as there are 3 segment of carpark.
Tiffin At The Yard is going to be a permanent area
For this round, these are the vendors that currently taking place. What to expect:
- variety of mixture of food is avaiable.
- do prepare to fork out some money for it as food here is ranging from RM 15 onwards. Average about RM 25-RM 35 per portion.
- what you get in return, is a cool vibe oversea ambiance.
there are vendors like Red Red Botak Head
Little People that sells pastries
Thyme Out Mexican food
Some no stranger from Kedai Roti Universal cafe
Feeling chilling and some mixologist corner right at mezzanine floor. Above the area selling wine.
beverage corner and wine corner
Tiger beer corner is not operating and beloeve they will operate at night. Quite a cool corner they have.
There are variety of vendors in the area and I find that Olivia Deli is a must hunt stall. I find that their Squid Ink Paella is da bomb @ RM 35! one of the best paella I come across. Did spoke to them as currently they do not have a restaurant yet. This is their first pop up.
Their new restuarant currently under renovation and will be operating in Bangsar. I am looking forward for this.
Serve pippin hot as I was aiming them quite a while and all their service are made to order. Once, this portion is sold out, they will make a new next batch. So aim for the corner area which gives you a little crunch and also this is pack with flavours. With the kind of stock that they are using and it is cook to perfection!
I also tried their Chicken and Duck Paella @ RM 32. It is not too bad, not the usual you can get in KL. Worth to give it a try but still Squid Ink is the best.
Beef Jianbing @ RM35, which is fried rice wrapped with egg, and topped with sous-vide beef shoulder.
Not a bad dish, as it heads towards more on the salty end.
One of my friend is vegan so she opted for Bagellicious.
I see many instagrammer post about this so my sis bought to try it out. Lickin Chan ice cream. Not bad as they got a few interesting flavours.
Another recommended stall is this Philipno Jamaican stall. I totall miss out their stall picture as this stall sits right opposite Red Red Botak Head.
Pretty good dish, as meat is soft and generous with avocado. Pack with spice flavours and it is something unique that I come across. Worth to give it a try as it is at RM 35.
read some other post : Alta burger seems to be a big hit here which I think I miss out or do not see them. Will certainly aim them on my next visit.
2 stalls I think would recommend that I personally think worth to try:
- Olivia Deli – Squid Ink Paella
- Jamaican Philipno food – oppsite red red botak head stall.
This is a cool place to be in if you are not too sure where to do during this festive season. A great place to chill and catch up. Certainly will come back again!
tiffin at the yard
PT189-PT183-PT185 Jalan Strachan,
Off, Jln Ipoh, Sentul,
51100 Kuala Lumpur
Thurs & Fri : 5pm – 12am
Sat & Sun : 10am – 11am