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Kung Fu Tacos

21 Sep

Summer has finally arrived in San Francisco! 80 degrees and sunny means a trip out of the office to hit up a food truck is necessary, especially when my favorite food truck companion happens to be in the city for lunch!

Kung Fu tacos has been on the food truck “hit list” for a couple of months but for some reason our lunch schedules would never match up to times when they were in the FiDi. Fortunately, on Tuesday they happened to be at Truck Stop, an alley at 1st and Mission, which was an enjoyable walk in the warm weather. Truck Stop is a similar concept to Off the Grid; their website www.truckstopsf.com outlines the truck offerings, which change daily.

Kung Fu Tacos serves up Chinese inspired street tacos, which have always sounded quite interesting, especially their signature roast duck taco. Their taco offerings consisted of: Asian Asada Steak, Nun Chuk Chicken, Pork and Roast Duck. I opted for the chicken and duck tacos. The chicken was topped with a garlic ginger sauce, cilantro, and carrot puree. I would give the chicken mediocre scores. It didn’t overly wow me, but wasn’t unpleasant by any means. The duck taco on the other hand was awesome. The roast duck was super tender and topped with mango salsa and green onions. It was really delicious. We all gave Kung Fu Tacos among the highest scores of all our food truck experiences, and we’ve had quite a few. We will definitely be back for more of these tacos when they’re in the neighborhood.

www.kungfutacos.com

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