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Tuesday, October 2, 2012

A Most Interesting Lunch from Dos Equis Mobile Academy Food Truck

Posted By on Tue, Oct 2, 2012 at 9:20 AM

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Starting Wednesday, the Mobile Academy Food Truck will hit the streets dishing out free lunch courtesy of Dos Equis beer (sadly, the menu doesn't include beer) and will roll around town for ten days. From the 3rd to the 13th, the truck will take your lunch on an adventurous journey with Filipino classic dishes cooked by Hapa SF chef William Pilz.

See Also:

- Lumpia from Hapa SF

- William Pilz: Hot Chef on Wheels

Some locations are listed below, but best to tune into their twitter feed to get details on where to line up and make lunch a lot more interesting.

Menu:

Itlog na Maalat - Pickled duck egg with fresh heirloom tomato

Adidas Atchara - Braised chicken feet, a Filipino street food classic, is served with Atchara, or pickled green papaya and mango.

True Sisig -Thrice cooked pig's head with jalapeno, kalamansi lime, soy sauce and shallot

Locations/Stops:

October 3: Don Chee Way (near Justin Herman Plaza/Ferry Bldg.; 11am-3pm)

October 4: Main & Folsom (11am-3pm)

October 5: Vallejo & Front (11am-3pm)

October 6: TBD (check @DosEquis)

October 7: Berry Street (AT&T Park; lunchtime)

October 8: OFF

October 9: Sacramento Street (FiDi; 11am-3pm)

October 10: 4th Street (11am-3pm)

October 11: Castro neighborhood (11am-3pm)

October 12: Don Chee Way (near Justin Herman Plaza/Ferry Bldg.; 11am-3pm)

October 13: Castro neighborhood (11am-3pm)

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