SERVICE: Over 90% of the food trucks in the Bay Area have the serve side down pat. They know to smile, they use iPads for fast order and payment and they make sure you get your napkins etc… as it is all to go. Sisig Got high marks from The Hunter, asked for no guac and that’s what I got.
AMBIENCE: Well this is tricky as it all depends where you find your truck. The Financial District has several spots in a few block radius that serve the minions of workers and there are surprisingly many spots to sit outside and enjoy if you are not heading back riot the desk. I picked the steps of the former American Stock Exchange, bonus points if you ask be.
APPEARANCE: Even in a to go container these nachos looked great. Bright yellow cheese, colorful chips and more. All the bits you want in very good proportions. NOTE: you can even get a fried egg if you are that type of eater.
TASTE: Ok, so I will say that each component was excellent and that even though they used a cheese sauce it all worked perfectly. I know, “perfect”, well this was about as close as it gets for a food truck doing “fusion nachos”. The cheese had some zest to it that I liked and the meat (chicken) had real flavor too. Lastly, those chips were very good. My only knock would be that with that much moisture, the chips did not last very well. TIP: give a few more chips on the bottom.
VALUE: This is San Francisco in the financial district where a hamburger can run $12.95 alone and Pasta in a cafe is $24.95 so I give these nachos a very good value at $9 plus the drink. Best way to find them is to follow on