WHAT IS SARAP?
A tagalog word that can describe something as delicious or feeling good.
We are a local Filipino-American food business. We embrace the dual meaning of "sarap" through comforting menus, and equally comforting experiences designed to make everyone at the table feel loved.
Food styling & photography by Nanette Wong
WE'RE RIGHT HERE
428 11TH ST, SAN FRANCISCO
SOMA STREAT FOOD PARK
IN THE SOMA PILIPINAS FILIPINO CULTURAL DISTRICT
FOOD TRUCK MENU
YUP, WE'VE GOT SOMETHING FOR EVERY-VORE
Get any of the following items as a rice bowl, sandwich, or salad.
VERY VEGAN SISIG
Garlicky, spicy tofu — yes, TOFU — stir-fry. Not your average sisig, but our omnivore friends describe it as heaven on earth. Not convinced? Try it before you buy it!
WHY YOU LAING
Taro leaves slowly & gently cooked in a savory coconut milk sauce. Don’t trust anyone who says they’re not into this sultry stew. They laing!
I LOVE MY ADOB(R)O
Tangy marinated pork belly & okra flash fried. An ode to our IRL brothers, our take on classic adobo is slightly salty & crispy on the outside, but all tenderness on the inside. Naks!
MY BFF’s CHICKEN STRIPS
Juicy breaded chicken tossed in a sweet Filipino BBQ sauce. Inspired by our BFFs, we put this on the menu to lure them back home to SF. Sorry, not sorry, Chicago.
Extra crispy french fries seasoned with the feeling of the day. Ask for them dirty style if you're in the mood for an extra good time.
Serrano peppers stuffed with jack cheese & pork, hugged in a spring roll wrapper then deep fried. If you love spicy, cheesy, porky things, we love you, & you’ll love this.
Inspired by rainy days in the Philippines, we blended native citrus fruit juices into this nostalgic drink. It’s a little sweet, a little tart, & as refreshing as your Lola’s aircon.
Inspired by cereal milk, we infused this drink with our favorite nostalgic flavors from the popular Filipino dessert, Halo-Halo. Enjoy hints of ube, flan, tropical fruits, red bean, & more.