TO OVERCOME those hunger pangs and late night cravings, head to Gobox Concept for a taste of gourmet street cuisine.
Located in Jalan Liew Weng Chee, off Jalan Yap Kwan Seng in Kuala Lumpur, it draws diners for dinner, supper or simply for a few drinks.
Gobox Concept is a combination of many shipping containers which 10 food stalls operate from.
Full house at Gobox Concept as it draws diners for dinner, supper or simply to have drinks with friends
These stalls offer a variety of cuisine such as Malay, Chinese-Muslim, Thai, Mexican, Japanese, Western and Italian.
The concept is similar to a food court where diners order food, pay at a general counter and take the receipt back to the food stall to pick up their orders.
Overwhelmed by huge selection of supper dishes, I chose to try three dishes and a drink from different stalls.
Diners can enjoy live performances while dining at Gobox Concept in Kuala Lumpur.
My first choice was Churrozza Beef Fries from Babarittos.
Covered in chilli sauce and cheddar cheese, this dish was love at first sight.
The soft, hot, thick cut salted French fries were not greasy and the beef added on top just takes it to a whole new level.
What I liked most about this dish was the generous servings of fries and the cheese topping.
The popiah banana cheese drizzled with chocolate is crispy on the outside but soft on the inside.
It cost RM13 and can be shared among two or three people.
The second dish was buffalo wings from Twone Stallo.
It cost me RM12 for six pieces of buffalo wings which were served with tartar sauce and a handful of fries.
It was probably the finest buffalo wings I have tasted in Kuala Lumpur.
Perfectly coated with spicy sauce, it packed a punch as the spiciness was felt at first bite.
Churrozza Beef Fries from Babarittos.
If it is too spicy, just dip into the tartar sauce. I found that this reduces the spiciness, much to my relief.
However, I was not too fond of their fries as I found them a little burnt and too salty.
That aside, the buffalo wings were my favourite pick of the night and I will definitely return for more.
As the spiciness still lingered on my tongue, I decided to order Malibu Sunrise Bucket the best-selling drink from Malibu Cafe.
This drink is a combination of lime, mint leaves, lemon, sour plum, lychee and ice-cream soda served in a bucket.
It is ideal for sharing as it comes with several straws.
While it was refreshing, it was ordinary and rather pricey at RM20 per bucket.
Buffalo wings from the Twone Stallo stall is probably the tastiest in Kuala Lumpur. It is served with tartar sauce and fries.
As I have a sweet tooth, I ordered popiah banana cheese from 919 Gig Old School Kitchen as a dessert.
The popiah banana cheese is drizzled with chocolate and you can choose to have a scoop of ice cream with it.
I tried the original one and it cost me RM7.
This dessert is crispy on the outside but soft on the inside.
Surprisingly, there were chunks of cheese inside the popiah, which makes it different than other versions.
Overall, Gobox Concept has a nice ambience with great food and diners can also enjoy live music.
However, parking can be a problem, so I would suggest opting for ride-sharing service or carpooling to get here.
Gobox Concept opens every day from 6pm to 2am and on weekends, its operating hours are extended to 3am.