Robs’ protein plate with spicy pork – Seoul on Wheels

Robs' protein plate with spicy pork - Seoul on Wheels
Broccoli, mayo, gochujang chili sauce, cilantro, melted cheese. $10
Seoul on Wheels, San Francisco CA

I liked the spicy pork, but I think there was just too many toppings on this. The unmelted cheese was particularly weird and off-putting when combined with the mayo. Not my favorite.

Fried chicken sandwich – Drums & Crumbs

Fried chicken sandwich - Drums & Crumbs
Boneless fried chicken breast topped with dill pickle coleslaw on a Dutch crunch roll. Served with spicy black eyed peas. Combo $11.95
Drums & Crumbs, San Francisco CA

Ugh, the bun was cold and untoasted so it really sucked! It was also dry and just kept crumbling and breaking apart when eating. The chicken was a bit dry, but I liked the flavor of the dill pickle slaw.

Pork tocino BayRitto – Hula Truck

Pork tocino BayRitto - Hula Truck
Sweet cured pork, egg, tater tots, pico de gallo, shredded cheese, sour cream, and Hula Verde sauce. $9.50
Hula Truck, San Francisco CA

This Filipino burrito was really tasty! I loved the flavor of the pork tocino, and everything else added to the flavor party in my mouth. Albeit, this wasn’t the healthiest thing to eat, but it certainly filled me up with goodness during lunchtime.

Pastrami and tri-tip sandwich – Mayo & Mustard

Pastrami and tri-tip sandwich - Mayo & Mustard
Bbq and horseradish sauce, chipotle garlic sauce, pepper jack, lettuce, tomato, pickles, red onion, jalapeno, and pepperoncini on Dutch crunch. $9
Mayo & Mustard, San Francisco CA

Omg, this sandwich was amazing! I wasn’t expecting such a delicious sandwich to come out of a food truck for some reason, but this one blew me away! It was jam packed with flavor and the meats were super tender and flavorful. I’ll have to look out for this truck the next time it’s in the neighborhood!:)

Special ham sandwich – Vietnamese Cart

Special ham sandwich - Vietnamese Cart
Banh mi with ham, cold cuts, pate, carrot, daikon, cucumber, jalapeno, and cilantro. $4.25
Vietnamese Cart, San Francisco CA

This sandwich was cheap, delicious, and pretty legit! The flavors were right on for a banh mi and the lady who own the cart is really sweet. With these sandwich, the bread is really important and the French roll that she uses is great. It has a nice crispiness on the outside with a soft, airy center. Noms!