A fun and quirky foodie destination with some great entertainment or just a great place to chill. An indoor pop-up food truck park featuring a handful of the coolest independent outlets Hangry Hangar held at Warehouse Four in the industrial area of the city. It’s message is clear, a cool place to hangout during the scorching summer heat.

Hangry Hungar featuring a handful of the coolest independent outlets, you can expect pop up food stalls, food trucks and lots of home grown talented chefs. Along with food, the fest will include stand up comedy acts, theatre performances and yoga/fitness classes too.


I tried some of the best stalls of Hanger. First I went with Mia Strada, an Italian destination in town. I went with the Alfredo Pasta done with Chicken and Mushrooms.


Pop Cafe serving amazing Desserts, Coffee and Juices. I went with the Cold Coffee with a Vanilla Scoop. It tasted so refreshing after a scorching day heat.


Hooked Cafe serving some delicious Asian cuisine. I went with The Baous, Korean Braised and grilled Beef and Bao Chicky Wow, Japanese Style Fried Chicken.

I was in loved with the Beef Buns, it tasted so delicious and divine, juicy and tender.


My Mosa is a home grown Dubai food truck concept that serves up the tiny little puffs.

Homegrown Dubai Food Truck Bridging Cultures, One Mosa At A Time.
Why? Because Everything Tastes Better In a Mosa.
I went with the :
  • Butter Chicken Mosa, with Makhani and Dill Dip.
  • Wild Mushroom & Truffle Mosa, with Winterberry Chutney.
  • Indian Veg Mosa Chaat.
  • Mosa Loaded Fries
  • Chipotle Chicken Slider



Fri, 30 Jun  –  Sat , 2 Sep 2017

Weekdays :  10am – 11pm

Weekend (Fri – Sat): 8 am – Midnight


Warehouse Four

Al Qouz – Dubai

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