Three Fridays ago, I went to a new Off The Grid event at Civic Center. Every Friday for lunch, mobile food vendors will converge and rotate in schedule at the plaza in front of City Hall. I happened to patronize Senor Sisig during this visit since I wasn’t able to during the Eat Real Food Festival last month at Jack London Square.
Senor Sisig specializes in sisig tacos. What is Sisig you ask? According to wikipedia, Sisig refers to a method of preparing fish and meat, especially pork, which is marinated in a sour liquid such as lemon juice or vinegar, then seasoned with salt, pepper and other spices.
I ordered their sisig pork taco and sisig beef nachos that day. For both dishes, the sisig meats tasted well-done and a bit dry. On the sisig pork taco, the cilantro-lime sauce gave the taco a burst of flavor which my palette thanks. There was also plenty of sisig beef and toppings on the nachos. Like Kung Fu Tacos, when ordering tacos, you need to order a couple (like 2 or 3) to fill you up. This can get pricey.
The next time the truck rolls around, I think I’ll mix and match a couple of sisig tacos. My brother tried the sisig fries that day too. I heard those were quite scrumptious as well.
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