5 Best Food Trucks in San Francisco🥇

5 Best Food Trucks in San Francisco

Below is a list of the top and leading Food Trucks in San Francisco. To help you find the best Food Trucks located near you in San Francisco, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.

San Francisco’s Best Food Trucks:

The top rated Food Trucks in San Francisco are:

  • Adam’s Grub Truck – is starting as entirely a mobile food truck in 2011
  • EL Norteño Taco Truck – is bringing people together with good, fresh food
  • Roli Roti Gourmet Rotisserie – was established by Thomas Odermatt
  • Señor Sisig – Restaurant – launched its first food truck in 2010
  • The GrilledCheezGuy – takes pride in taking care of its staff and community

Adam’s Grub TruckAdam's Grub Truck

Adam’s Grub Truck is starting as entirely a mobile food truck in 2011, its substructure was built on the platform of making original awesome sandwiches with fun creative names that personified Adam’s childhood. Following years of serving their delicious around the Bay Area, they found a permanent home at Spark Social SF at 601 Mission Bay Boulevard in San Francisco, where their customers can find them seven days a week.

Adam is forever grateful to all their supporters over the years for allowing him to fulfill his lifelong dream. From a company party to a get-together celebration, they can assist with your next event.

Products/Services:

Menus, Catering, Order Online, Gift Cards

LOCATION:

Address: 601 Mission Bay Boulevard South, San Francisco, CA 94158
Phone: 
(415) 505-9729
Website:
www.adamsgrubtruck.com

REVIEWS:

“Cheese bread was amazing!” – Chris Productions

EL Norteño Taco TruckEL Norteño Taco Truck

El Norteño Taco Truck is bringing people together with good, fresh food. They offer a wide variety of Mexican food, from tortas, quesadillas, nachos, burritos, tacos, sodas, and more. Have a meal, try their famous nachos served with carne asada, you won’t regret it. Enjoy their delicious Norteño bowl, served with chicken, tomato, avocado, and onion.

Products/Services:

Menu, Order Online, Takeaway

LOCATION:

Address: 801 Bryant St, San Francisco, CA 94103
Phone: 
(415) 756-1220
Website:
www.elnortenotacotruck.com

REVIEWS:

“Killer taco truck for a very reasonable price. Cabeza, pastor, chorizo and lengua tacos were all so juicy.” – Chris G.

Roli Roti Gourmet RotisserieRoli Roti Gourmet Rotisserie

Roli Roti Gourmet Rotisserieis was established by Thomas Odermatt, a third-generation master butcher from Switzerland. Growing up in his family’s premium butcher shop, he moved to the States and made America’s first gourmet rotisserie food truck, Roli Roti. Born a single truck in 2002, and now it is a fleet of 6 that roams the Bay Area every day slinging its famed rotisserie chickens and porchetta sandwiches.

Feeding numerous loyal customers each week, their feedback showed him that people appreciated his take on food, simple yet carefully made. He was inspired to nurture people outside of his trucks in only the ways he knew how. Whether it is spending hours perfectly cooking a chicken on a rotisserie spit or taking a full day to simmer a bottle of bone broth, it aims to enable home cooks to eat better without putting in the time or the effort, they have taken care of that for you.

Products/Services:

Menus, Products, Catering

LOCATION:

Address: 1 Sausalito – San Francisco Ferry Bldg, San Francisco, CA 94111
Phone: 
(510) 780-0300
Website:
www.roliroti.com

REVIEWS:

“Really good porcetta sandwich (great bun too) and the roast chicken with potatoes cooked in chicken fat is amazing. The skin is not too oily and well-charred. Seasoned well and not dry at all.” – W.Y

Señor Sisig – RestaurantSeñor Sisig - Restaurant

Señor Sisig – Restaurant launched its first food truck in 2010. With a restored Chinese food truck from Modesto that Evan found on Craigslist, they are committed to the format of burritos and tacos. To fill them, they reached back in Gil’s family history to find a dish his dad was famous for at parties, sisig. In the area of Pampanga, Philippines, where Gil’s family has roots, sisig is rustic drinking food, a highly seasoned mixture of chopped meat from the head, and the snout of a pig.

Gil modifies the recipe, which calls for instilling the pork with a highly seasoned, slightly spicy marinade for twenty-four hours before grilling and chopping it. He adapted the method for chicken and tofu. With its fleet of five food trucks serving the San Francisco Bay Area, you would not have to search long to try its truly unique take on a traditional Filipino delicacy.

Products/Services:

Menus, Catering, Takeaway, Delivery

LOCATION:

Address: 990 Valencia St, San Francisco, CA 94110
Phone: 
(855) 747-4455
Website:
www.senorsisig.com

REVIEWS:

“Very neat and convenient spot. They provide large meals and for reasonable rates. We liked the menu very much and the waiters were super amiable and chatty. Highly recommended.” – Riley S.

The GrilledCheezGuyThe GrilledCheezGuy

The GrilledCheezGuy started on the streets of Oakland and the Art Murmur after winning first place two times in one year at the National Grilled Cheese Invitational in Los Angeles, CA. Nine trophies later they have been serving up numerous grilled cheeses using local ingredients, local businesses, and trying to always be a part of their lOAKal community.

Although placing as a Best Food Truck of SF, the GrilledCheezGuy is a pop-up catering and events service with its first retail location which opened in Soma in 2018. They take pride in taking care of their staff and community. They give back through donations and events.

Products/Services:

Menu, Events, Catering

LOCATION:

Address: 529 Stevenson St, San Francisco, CA 94103
Phone: 
(510) 502-0757
Website:
www.grilledcheezguy.com

REVIEWS:

“The GrilledCheezGuy is a great guy, very friendly and welcoming. His sandwiches are Aaaamazing. On my tour from Germany I got tipped off that it’s a local secret spot, a bit hidden, but worth it! And yummy, I would go there again any time. So, if you stay in San Francisco, you gotta try this!” – Christoph S.