Archive for the ‘Street Food’ Category

“East meets South…of the border,” claims Kung Fu Tacos, a new lunchtime taco truck that couples Asian-inspired flavors with a Latin twist. Kung Fu Tacos offers a menu that features multiple variations, including a vegetarian option, all heaped in fresh-made La Palma tortillas. Kung Fu Tacos starts serving weekdays at around 11:15 a.m., from the […]

Elotes are a very popular street food served all over Mexico. It’s roasted corn on the cob, slathered in butter, mayo, cheese, and chili. The type of cheese used is cotija cheese, which is a dry, grainy cheese from Mexico. It’s fairly salty and is used in many traditional Mexican dishes. The thought of eating […]

To kick off this year’s first annual San Francisco Street Food Festival, they are hosting a fun scavenger hunt that begins on August 1st and culminates at the festival on August 22nd. The festival is a collaborative effort between La Cocina, street food vendors, and restaurants. They are closing down the street and hosting a […]

Update: Thursday, June 11, 2009 @ 10:27AM – John Birdsall from SFoodie reports on invitation-only tweets from street food vendors and gives a shout out to my suggestions given in this article. Update: Tuesday, June 9, 2009 @ 2:56PM – Blogger Matthew Cohen chimes in and suggests that the street food vendors partner with existing […]

In this edition of the poll, I’d like to see how each of the legendary flavors stack up against each other in a no-holds-barred battle of creme brulee supremacy. If you haven’t had the pleasure of enjoying one of these scorched treats from the Creme Brulee Cart by now, then there is no helping the […]

The art of dining well is no slight art, the pleasure not a slight pleasure. Michel de Montaigne The art of dining well is no slight art, the pleasure not a slight pleasure. – Michel de Montaigne, French philosopher Mister Michel de Montaigne must have been a creme brulee fan himself, as such is the case […]

“A what?” she asks. “A curry cart. A magic one.” I reply matter-of-factly. “What’s that?”