Food trucks may have been considered a fad in the early days, but it’s pretty clear that they’re not going away anytime soon. From creative vegan dishes to Filipino / Mexican mashups, this city’s food trucks know no boundaries. Now that the days are longer and the weather can be summery (every now and then), take to the streets for adventurous food. For those who aren’t looking for a scavenger hunt, check out one of From the net lots of food truck gatherings or go to SoMA StrEat Food Park to find everything in one place.

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The Chairman

[Photo: The Chairman]

The chairman supplies hungry food truck customers with steamed rolls with pork belly and pickled daikon radishes, spicy chicken with roasted sesame puree and pickled carrot cucumber. Order your rolls steamed or baked, they’re freshly made every day in the family’s restaurant, which has been in San Francisco for over 40 years.

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hella eats vegan

[Photo: Hella Vegan Eats]

Vegans and meat eaters alike will find something to try in this eccentric menu. Potsticker burritos and a beet kamut burger with vegan donut rolls are part of the appeal of this roaming truck.

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Of the people

[Photo: Del Popolo]

This beautiful wonder of modern machines is a huge, mobile pizza oven housed in a former shipping container – on wheels. Neapolitan-style pizzas are made with seasonal toppings such as asparagus with green garlic pesto or the classic margherita.

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Lord Sisig

[Photo: Señor Sisig]

This truck combines the delicacies of a Mexican taqueria with a popular Filipino “happy hour dish” called Sisig. For more authentic flavors, Tosilog rolls up Burrito Filipino pork, adobo garlic rice, fresh tomatoes with a fried egg and a side of pepper vinegar; Meanwhile, the California burrito isn’t messing around stuffing french fries. grated cheese, sour cream, guacamole and pico de gallo to a tortilla.

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Little green cyclo

[Photo: Little Green Cyclo]

This light green truck serves fresh Vietnamese favorites like Banh Mi stuffed with grilled lemongrass pork or homemade pate with truffle oil and pork roll, and garlic noodles with pork. They can also be found in the concourse on Market Street.

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Bacon bacon

[Photo: Bacon Bacon]

Bacon on things, bacon on things and just … bacon. Grab a bunch of bacon for your lover (or just eat it yourself) from this black clad truck.

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Mayo & mustard

[Photo: Custom Vehicle Wraps/Yelp]

While food trucks push the envelope of street food these days (bacon bouquets? Potsticker Burrito?), Sometimes a good old-fashioned sandwich is still the best option for lunch. The turkey club on a Dutch crunch, however, offers a sneak attack of flavors and textures.

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Lobsta Truck

[Photo: Roaming Hunger]

A crustacean-centric affair, the Lobsta Truck offers lobster and crab rolls, hearty lobster bisque cream, and other New England dishes like Cape Cod chips. Grab a freshly squeezed lemonade and imagine you are in the northeast, which is probably nice at this time of year.

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The boneyard

[Photo: The Boneyard]

The boneyard is a gold mine of smoked meat with brisket nachos, grill bowls and the “pulled over”, a sandwich with pulled pork, coleslaw, spicy bacon aioli and a fried egg. The Bay Area isn’t known for its BBQ, but this truck will quench the itch of many meat lovers.

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[Photo: Frozen Kuhsterd]

Their claim to become famous as the first frozen pudding truck in California is overshadowed by an immense variety of flavors. What is pudding if not a vessel for flavors like four barrel coffee, yuzu sake, matcha, and potato chips with salt and pepper? Add some crumble, condensed milk or burnt caramel for a real summer feel-good experience.

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