Sanguchon is a Peruvian food truck that caters mostly to the South Bay. I had the privilege of trying out Sanguchon twice: once at Off The Grid: St. Mary’s Square and once at the new Off The Grid: Alameda.
Lomo Saltado: Yummy, but a tad spicy stir-fried New York steak sandwich marinated with tomato, cilantro, onions, and soy sauce. Shoestring french fries are included in the sandwich.
Yucca Fries: Made from Yucca Root. Very starchy and thick-cut like steak fries. Melted cheese and cilantro on top. Huancaina sauce is spicy cheese sauce with a mayo-like texture.
Sweet Potato Fries: Some shredded cheese and cilantro on top of regular sweet potato fries.
Plantano Frito: Yummy fried plantains with lots of honey and a bit of cinnamon.
Pan Con Chicharron (signature sandwich): Served on a soft rustic bread with TONS of grilled pork, red onions, and root chips with creamy spicy mayo sauce (huancaina).
Barbacoa: BBQ Pulled Pork sandwich with coleslaw peruano, tasty sweet rocoto sauce, and Lay’s Potato Chips inside on a brioche bun.
Tequenos: Fried wontons filled with Ham and Cheese with a side of guacamole.
Aji de Gallina: Shredded chicken with yellow Aji Amarillo (spicy Peruvian chili, but wasn’t that spicy) sauce with potatoes, red onion, white rice, and a small taste of lemon. It usually comes in a wrap on Sanguchon’s regular menu, but it was a special the day I went.
Sanguchon’s sandwiches are pretty good with a bit of spice. Their sides compliment the sandwiches well.
Children’s Menu [n]
Changing Station [n]
Stroller Access [sidewalk, parking lot]