Jajambao food truck will go to Tsim Sha Tsui Art Square during 11 -13 & 17-19 Jan 2018.
Jajambao food truck will pop up at Mongkok’s top shopping mall
January 06, 2018
Jajambao food truck 🚛 will pop up at Mongkok’s top shopping mall - Gala Place 🛍 on 8 & 14 Jan 2018! We will operate on the ground floor of Gala Place. Come and delight yourself with tasty and healthy vegetarian dishes at Mongkok! 😋
Jajambao food trucks have arrived – Golden Bauhinia Square
December 24, 2017
For all you hungry folk out there! We are here in Wan Chai. Wan Chai has an excellent range of attractions and landmarks, some of which are iconic symbols of Hong Kong. The gilded bauhinia flower measures six metres and is placed on top of a granite plinth.
Here we go! Science Meseum
December 16, 2017
The First Vegetarian Food Tuck will be in Science Museum.
The Jajambao food truck is open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., daily, Science Museum and offers a rotating Bento Lunch box menu that changes daily based on customer demand. All menus feature a vegan or vegetarian style of street food.
Say hi to us!
We are ready!
December 09, 2017
Healthy street food? Yes, It's possible.
May 22, 2017
The term “paparazzi” is metaphorically translated as “puppy” in Chinese slang, which also rhymes with “relief”, probably due to the possible origin of the dish as a “relief food” during the 1950s-1960s.
The dish features chewy noodles with chunks of deep-fried dough strips, dried tofu, bean sprout, turnip, maize, mushroom, various herbal vegetables and sauces. It certainly is a “relief food from Heaven” that ignites your senses.
A “cool” version of the noodle is also available in summer to entice your appetite.
JAJAMBOA food truck will be operating in eight designated tourist attractions on a rotating basis, namely: Golden Bauhinia Square in Wan Chai, Central Harbourfront Event Space, Ocean Park (area outside the theme park), Salisbury Garden, Tsim Sha Tsui Art Square, Energizing Kowloon East Venue 1, Wong Tai Sin Square and Hong Kong Disneyland (area outside the theme park).
JAJAMBAO stands for “Eat for Fullness” in Chinese slang, which also rhymes with a classic Mandarin movie theme song “Too Happy for Words” that reminds Hong Kong people of the good old times when life was fun-filled and food was wholesome. Through its visual creative and vegetarian dish design, JAJAMBAO takes customers back to revisit this all-time classic era of simple joy and excitement with a new twist.