All beef patty with arugula, tomato jam and caramelized onion aioli on a brioche bun, choice of aged sharp white cheddar or Point Reyes blue cheese
Chicken Schnitzel Sandwich
Avocado and lime aioli, pickled onions, and butter lettuce on a brioche bun
House Spiced Nuts
Sweet and spicy pale ale glazed almonds
Made with Hefeweizen yeast, served with mustard and Bavarian cheese spread
Belgian style fries with tomato jam and smoky Rauchbier aioli
German Potato Salad
Red potatoes, green and red onion, and whole grain mustard (V)
Milk Stout Double Chocolate Cookie
Chocolate chip cookie with a mixture of beer flavoring
About Biersal Food Truck
Biersal is a local food truck, through and through. Serving up local eats to locals in San Diego, the menu features rotating specialties all centered around beer cultures from around the world, importing traditions and pairing up the perfect alcohols with the perfect foods to tantalize your tastebuds.
And it's all coming to you from the esteemed chef Matt Schooner, a veteran of the restaurant industry for over 20 years. What initially started as a career to fund his skateboarding habits turned into a passion of his, and now, you're benefitting from his years spent in Norcal honing his cooking skills and home brewing to a point where he's proud enough to bring it down to the streets of San Diego in style. Start your meal with a Bavarian style pretzel or german potato salad, or pair a local ale with his chicken schnitzel sandwich or signature Bamburger, taking inspiration from the biergartens of Bamberg, Germany. Whatever you choose, this is a foodie experience you don't want to miss. So head on out to the streets of SD to satisfy your thirst and your hunger in one fell swoop. Trust us. Biersal won't disappoint.
Bamburger - we mentioned it before, now we're gonna talk about it. Get a hand crafted beef and pork patty smothered with muenster cheese and topped with crispy pork belly and butter lettuce, finished with smoky rauchbier aioli and tomato jam spread on a kaiser roll. Can you say yum?