Chicken sisig with steamed rice – Senor Sisig

Chicken sisig with steamed rice - Senor Sisig
Topped with fried egg, onions, jalapenos, side of achara. $10.75
Senor Sisig, San Francisco CA

The chicken sisig is a healthier option than the pork, and this was very tasty! I have to get the fried egg for extra to make this meal a bit more hearty for lunch.

Pork sisig with steamed rice – Senor Sisig

Pork sisig with steamed rice - Senor Sisig
Topped with fried egg, onions, jalapenos, side of achara. $10.50
Senor Sisig, San Francisco CA

This food truck is always popular during lunch so it’s important to get here early. I normally get the sisig nachos, but decided to it over steamed rice this time. I like the flavor of the sisig and it’s nice to have the achara and jalapenos on top to cut through the fattiness. Yum!

Pork sisig nachos – Senor Sisig

Pork sisig nachos - Senor Sisig
Corn tortilla chips topped with nacho cheese, sour cream, guacamole, pico de gallo, and pickled jalapenos. $9
Senor Sisig, SF Street Food Festival 2013, San Francisco CA

This time I asked for “light” nacho cheese, and it was SO much better. I usually like plenty of nacho cheese but there are so many other flavors in these nachos that you really don’t need a lot of the cheese to dominate everything. Definitely as calorie splurge for lunch.

Pork sisig taco – Senor Sisig

Pork sisig taco - Senor Sisig
6″ corn tortilla, onions, lettuce and cilantro cream sauce. $3
Senor Sisig, SF Street Food Festival 2013, San Francisco CA

Ugh! I was really excited to try the sisig taco because I’ve read quite a bit about this food truck. I was sadly disappointed because the pork had an odd flavor and it was WAY too tart. I love sisig, but this didn’t do it for me. Perhaps their burritos are better, but then again it’s the same sisig filling inside. 😦

Senor Sisig truck
Senor Sisig truck at the SF Street Food Festival.