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We’re longtime fans of Señor Sisig’s Filipino burritos, tacos, and loaded nachos - all of which you can get delivered straight to your place, no putting-on-real-pants necessary. Get the burrito stuffed with adobo garlic rice and sweet pork, or the sisig nachos, which are topped with cheese, sour cream, guacamole, pico de gallo, pickled jalapeños, and pork, chicken, or tofu. And always add a fried egg on top.
If you need something portable and handheld to bring to your all-day setup on the grass, get a burrito from Señor Sisig. The Filipino spot, originally a food truck, has a brick-and-mortar in the Mission, where you can get their excellent sisig burritos stuffed with french fries and guacamole, or loaded nachos with a fried egg on top.
The Filipino restaurant is raising money on their website to provide meals to impacted members of the community.
On your way to Dolores Park, stop by Señor Sisig. Their brick-and-mortar in the Mission has burritos that are stuffed with adobo garlic rice and sweet pork, or come loaded with fries. They also now have a vegan truck (Señor Sisig Vegano) that usually parks in the Mission, if you’d rather have all of the above in plant-based form. Whatever you get will taste very good while you’re laying horizontal in the sunshine.
Jeremy Fish x Señor Sisig Pocket Tee ($30)
The Filipino food truck has a ton of really fun t-shirts, stickers, bandanas, and pins in their online store. But if we had to choose just one piece of merch, we’d go with this pocket tee, which features the Señor Sisig pig logo.
Señor Sisig is offering their Filipino food for pickup and delivery through their website. Their truck is also driving around the city with limited hours and locations. Find out where it will be through their website.