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.

Chicken adobo burrito – Papalote Mexican Grill

Chicken adobo burrito - Papalote Mexican Grill
Chicken thighs, garlic fried rice, tomatoes, flour tortilla. $8.75
Papalote Mexican Grill, San Francisco CA

This is one of the best Mexican-Filipino fusion food items I’ve tried thus far. I loved that they used chicken thighs instead of breast to keep it more authentic. It’s packed with flavor and the burrito and pretty big. Mmm…

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.