Tharrshaan Kanaka Raja, 21, realized his dream with a yellow food trailer in Bandar Kinrara, Puchong. Starting a home-based Indian food business during the pandemic, he adapted by opening a stall on Jalan BK 5/2 in 2022.
Tharrshaan’s mother oversees operations at the food trailer, while his aunt prepared home-cooked meals and delivered daily. He named the stall “Big Mommy Nasi Kandar,” with “Big Mommy” translating to periamma, an affectionate term for an elder maternal aunt in Tamil. The stall offers daily curries, including bestsellers like chicken varuval and chicken sambal.
A meal with rice, vegetable, chicken and boiled egg is RM10.
The menu features vegetable dishes and various proteins, with a complete meal priced at RM10. Operating from 11 am to 3 pm daily, except Mondays, the food trailer has gained popularity for its authentic, home-cooked flavors.
Source Link: The Star