An Atlantan in the Bay: Pinoy Food

Jeepney Guys: San Francisco, CA, USA

I got to try this place out when they set up a food truck at an Asian Music/Arts Culture event. What sold me was the lechon roasting right next to the truck. It was freaking cold that day, but this made it so worth it.  Things that we got included:

Chicharrones
PROS:
– huge amount, definitely shareable with at least 2 if not 3 to 4 people.
– not overly salty, good seasoning

CONS:
– gets a little greasy (obviously, deep fried)
– if it’s an outdoor venue, they get really cold super fast.

Jeepney Guy - chicharrones

Lechon Dish: served with white rice
PROS:
– generous amount of meat
– flavorful
– not cold, served hot and freshly sliced off the roaster (or maybe I was lucky).
– served with side salad: creates a nice balance between meat, carbs, and vegetables

CONS:
– rice got cold but that was mostly in the area.

Jeepney Guys - lechon

I definitely loved the lechon. It reminds me of the chinese roast pork with crispy skin: that crispy skin is the money maker. You can find them here:

San Jose, CA 95131

North Valley

 Phone number(925) 998-2389

Check them out!

R/g

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