Do you have more specific information about the location of Señor Sisig? Service was great as well. We may share your information with our advertising and analytic partners. But how did this culinary crossover happen? The pork is delicious, although I imagine the burrito is good enough that'd it still be just as tantalizing if it were chicken. Not sure if it's this truck or just this particular day but they didn't have fries on the truck so I couldn't get the California burrito. .
And meanwhile, Filipino food is a movement in the local restaurant landscape behind places and in the East Bay, two of. It looks like we don't have a specific address for Señor Sisig, which makes giving directions tricky. You can also add a fried egg on every dish but then you will probably end up in a coma afterwards as the food is quite massive :- So the hype is real, this time! We started as a food truck. A decent bite, but I don't know if I would go out of my way to eat at their food truck again. I also grabbed an ube alfajor and it was very crumbly and jammy.
There was a big serving of guac, and it was really fresh. For Señor Sisig, the new shop has been roughly a decade in the making. The burrito itself was pretty small for the price and I was hoping it was larger. I wish there was more Filipino food in the area, but fusion Filipino will have to do for now. Thank god they have multiple trucks in FiDi now! I thought the meat itself could've used more flavoring maybe marinate it longer and add more spices , and the meat itself tasted very dry. So everything here is available as a vegetarian version some even vegan. A great and filling snack! For a delicious moveable feast, find the Senor Sisig food truck and get ready to experience Filipino food in a whole new way.
Busted a mission to find this place! This food truck makes my most favorite burrito ever. Immediately made plans to try this for lunch the next day because the truck was parked on pine around the corner from my office. Check their Twitter SenorSisg to find where their location. We were lucky to go there when they opened, because 30 min later there was a long ass line 10 people deep. It had alot of flavor though, and the french fries in it were crispy and delicious. I got it with pork, and I think that was probably the best option out of the three. Another good thing about Sisig is that it is very central to downtown offices.
I don't find jalapenos spicy, but it did taste good. But then I would continue to eat the last 25% and go into a food coma. The menu will also be the same as what it offered at the trucks — sisig, fries, nachos, burritos and salads. It's also nice that the one I go to is in the Mission, as it's a refreshing take on the traditional Mexican food that's abundant in the area. Felt tired, sluggish and bloated the rest of the work day.
All of their menu items offer the option of choosing pork, chicken, or tofu meat. The salsas were on of my favorite parts! Regardless, I'd def go again and get the same thing. The salsas were on of my favorite parts! Choose from either traditional pork sisig, chicken sisig or tofu sisig to top off tacos alongside creamy cilantro lime sauce or be stuffed inside a the Senor Burrito along with adobo rice, pinto beans, salsa and cilantro cream sauce. In fact, according to the person working in the truck, they don't use actual sisg; rather, like carnitas, they use pork shoulder. Senor Sisig serves up a menu of tacos, burritos, fries and nachos all served with the trucks signature, traditionally made sisig.
As of right now, though, I wouldn't recommend going out of your way to try Senor Sisg. The portion size was really big, I ended up sharing with a few people. Pros: Extremely filling, delicious and flavorful. The chips weren't stale either, which is always a pet peeve of mine with nachos; they were thick and crispy. The medium salsa was the perfect level of spice, enough to bite but not overwhelming the overall flavor of the burrito. If you crave more familiar flavors, try the California Burrito with your choice of sisig with fries, shredded cheese, sour cream, guacamole and salsa. I can see why there is such hype of this true.
No lie, I was about to walk away when I saw that super intense line that reached almost the end of the block, if it wasn't for my friend who insisted the long line was worth it. It's worth noting that they only accept cards - not cash. It was one of the best things I have eaten in San Francisco. Sisig Fries - I chose pork again but you can get chicken or tofu, sour cream, quacamole, pico de gallo, and your choice of nacho cheese or shredded cheese. The burritos are filling and just absolutely scrumptious! I love a lot of jalapeño, my husband likes it a little and my son likes it without any jalapeño.