Good food and San Francisco are undoubtedly synonymous, and this isn’t a secret. Many gourmet restaurants in the city have been catering to the palates of the people only too well. But over the past several years now the people of the city have taken to the streets in a big way in search of excellent food. And, their demands are being fulfilled by none other than the colorful, fabulous food trucks currently holding sway in the city. It would not be out of place to say that the food truck revolution has taken the city in its stride.
San Francisco is presently home to nearly 150 food trucks, with most of them serving excellent fare. Each of these food trucks has something new and unique to offer. Foodies are hitting the streets of the city quite often now for savoring the delicious food offered by these moving kitchens and restaurants. Some of the famous food trucks that you should consider visiting include Garden Creamery, Bacon Bacon, Brass Knuckles, Kasa Indian, Kung Fu Tacos, RoliRoti, Cosmic American Voodoo Van, Liba Falafel, Doc’s of the Bay, and the Chairman Truck. All these food trucks have something fabulously delectable and interesting to offer. Let’s undertake a virtual tour of some of these food trucks and see what they have to offer to passionate foodies.
The best cream pops that you might have ever or seldom tasted is available on the Garden Creamery, which proudly calls itself as the joyful ice creamery on wheels. Its most popular offerings are Strawberry Pretzel, Rainbow Raspberry and Coconut Mound. The most delicious among them all is the Strawberry Pretzel, which is a creamy strawberry mousse topped with salty pretzels and dipped in white chocolate. The Rainbow Raspberry is also quite delicious. This raspberry mousse has rainbow sprinkles and dipped in white chocolate. The Coconut Mound is also enjoyed by the people. This tasty coconut mousse is dipped in dark chocolate and served. Apart from these famous three, you can also order for ice cream cookie sandwiches and sorbet pints as well.
The Brass Knuckles specializes in serving a wide range of sandwiches. It’s a great favorite with the locals and tourists visiting the city. Shellie Kitchen, its proud founder, boasts of having created a series of sandwiches such as ‘Fryin' Maiden’, a fried chicken sandwich served with spicy slaw; the ‘Meatallica’, a fabulous burger with Colby cheese; and the ‘BB King’, a bacon-burrata BLT. These apart, the ‘Occupy SF Fries’ is a must try. It is served with the toppings of pico de gallo, crema, carnitas, as well as cheese for a Mex-style take on poutine.
Haven’t yet visited the Kasa Indian at Polk Street, its new location or to the Castro, then it’s time that you visited the Kasa Indian food truck to enjoy the delicious saag paneer and tikka masala. The food truck can be found at several spots in the city, including Mission Bay, SoMa, and at Off the Grid Vallejo & Front, on every Friday of the week. The cheaply priced kati rolls are quite tasty as well. The Kasa Indian is surely a happy substitute to the usual downtown lunch fare.
The RoliRoti is quite famous for its chicken dishes. Apart from specializing in chicken, the visitors are also greatly attracted to its other offerings as well, such as crispy porchetta, Sonoma Valley lamb, and rosemary fingerling potatoes. All of these dishes have earned RoliRoti the epithet of “Grandfather of Gourmet Street Food”.
For all those who want to enjoy the best falafel balls in the city, the Liba Falafel food truck is the greatest attraction. Whether you want to enjoy the highly delicious crunchy shoestring sweet potato fries, rosemary seasoned peanuts, dill and cardamom pickles, fried pickled onions, strawberry slaw, fennel and hummus, all these and much more are available here. The diners packing their pita are allowed unlimited numbers of Mediterranean-via-Bay Area toppings provided at the seasonal falafel bar.
The Chairman Truck
The Chairman Truck is among the few trucks in the city to regularly show up at most of the Off The Grid events in the city with intensity and dedication. The Chairman Truck is renowned for serving tender pork belly with green shisho and pickled daikon. It is also the best food truck currently in San Francisco to savor steamed buns and also hefty baked ones as well.
These are some of the best San Francisco food trucks whose details have been provided here. There are numerous trucks offering some of the best street food in the city.