10 San Francisco Food Trucks Not to Miss

JapaCurry

JapaCurry is the first Japanese food truck in the Bay Area, they strive to provide authentic curry dishes such as their popular Katsu-Curry, a breaded deep-fried pork cutlet with curry sauce. @JapaCurry

Kung Fu Tacos

Kung Fu Tacos serve Chinese meat fillings between two warm corn tortillas. Popular menu items include Nun Chuk Chicken and their signature roast duck. @KungFuTacos

Chairman Bao

The mastermind behind Chairman Bao is chef Hiroo Nagahara. "We wanted to see how far we could push street food using techniques from high-end restaurants and The Chairman was my first concept," he said to The Daily Meal. They offer steamed and baked buns such as their pork belly with turmeric pickled daikon and green shiso. @chairmantruck

Nom Nom

Nom Nom's banh mi Sandwich is their most popular item — a fresh baguette infused with tangy marinade, grilled pork, jalapeños, and fresh cilantro. @nomnomtruck

Curry Up Now

As the Bay Area’s first Indian street food, Curry Up Now strives to bring the street foods of India to the U.S. Try their chicken tikka masala burrito or one of their mouthwatering samosas. @curryupnow

 

The Rib Whip

The Rib Whip

Get some Midwest-style BBQ in the backyard of San Francisco. The Rib Whip offers many comforting classics such as mac and cheese, pulled rib sandwiches, or even a Kobe brisket sandwich. @TheRibWhip

Roliroti

Nicknamed the grandfather of Gourmet Street Food, RoliRoti Gourmet Rotisserie is one of the country’s first and finest gourmet rotisserie food trucks. They serve free0range rotisserie chicken, organic rosemary potatoes, and crispy porchetta among other delicious options. @RoliRoti

 

Hapa SF

A modern organic Filipino truck, Hapa SF's most popular items are lumpia or the pork egg rolls. @HapaSF

 

The Crème Brûlée Cart

As the name states, The Crème Brûlée Cart only sells crème brûlée, but in a bunch of different flavors such as honey vanilla bean, café mocha, or a s’mores concoction. @cremebruleecart

Off the Grid

Off the Grid began in June of 2010 with a goal of assembling all of the Bay Area's street food vendors to produce an experience that would allow their customers to connect with all of the vendors in one common area. Check out the link below for the weekly schedule and locations. @ofgsf