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Top 5 Cuisines in San Francisco


Treat yourself to more than 51 unique taco trucks and carts in San Francisco near you. Roaming Hunger helps you hire the best taco caterers around to get the spicy salsa, crispy chips, and fresh, meat and veggie-filled tacos flowing. Rent a truck for your next event today!


Find more than 40 mobile sandwich caterers in San Francisco near you today. Start friends and coworkers off with a simple grilled cheese, or stuff as much as you can between two pieces of bread. Roaming Hunger will help you rent or hire the best sandwich trucks and trailers around.


Nothing is quite so satisfying as sweet treats made fresh in San Francisco. Choose from over 24 dessert trucks and caterers near you today. They’ll bring the cake pops, pecan brittles, brownies, candies, and sorbets—you bring the party people.


From Impossible Burgers and mushroom burgers, to bison and elk burgers, you can find any kind of burger from the 19 burger caterers in San Francisco near you. Hire a truck or trailer for your next party or corporate event. They’ll bring the condiments—you bring the company.


If you’re looking for some spicy, sweet, and saucy meats, then we’ve got over 11 BBQ trailers, trucks, and carts for you to choose from in San Francisco today. Rent a BBQ caterer to throw your favorite meats on the grill and watch as your party guests guzzle down some mind-blowing BBQ.

Bring a Food Truck to Any San Francisco Event

From food service at a corporate park to an intimate backyard celebration, find and book the perfect food truck, cart, or pop-up.

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Where to Find SF Food Trucks

San Francisco has always been on the cutting edge—of philosophy, politics, technology, and most of all, food! It's a city of explorers who don’t just enjoy trends, they craft them. Its adventurous population may love hiking in the redwoods and sipping craft beer, but it’s their world-class restaurants and caterers that are most famous. Not only for experimentation, but for the successful results of those culinary experiments.

Michelin-star chefs have been attracted to San Francisco for years thanks to a scene lush with European techniques, Asian flavors, and Mexican traditions—all things that equate to great California cuisine. It's the best the world has to offer all in one vibrant, eclectic, highly walkable (if hilly) town. Unsurprisingly, the food trucks here are a dutiful extension of the restaurant scene, giving you the same imaginative eats right on the street.

San Francisco was one of the first cities to benefit from the food truck revolution and the trucks, trailers, and food carts scene continues to boom with some of the best mobile food in the nation. They’re serving daily and innovating nightly, so check them out yourself to get a grip, and a taste, of the next big thing.

Finding Food Trucks Near You (Lots and Locations)

For updated info on where food trucks are roaming in San Francisco, check out the food truck map above. It’s constantly updated with the most accurate, up-to-the-minute location info for all trucks listed, alongside countless other options.

What we’re most excited by in terms of food truck locations is how many food truck lots and parks have been launched in San Francisco in recent years. These officially permitted groupings of trucks take the intimidation out of finding a new food truck to love.

District Six

Address: 428 11th Street at Division Street San Francisco, CA 90402

Hours: 10am-6pm daily

Formerly known as SOMA Streat Food Park, outdoor fitness classes and a barbershop add a community feel to this food truck park. Flat screens, beer, wine, and heat lamps add ambiance for the dozen rotating food trucks that come through. Taste chowder from Half Moon Bay favorite Sam’s Chowder Mobile, modern comfort food from It’s All Gravy, and Philly-style Izzy’s Cheesesteaks. Sundays they host a family- and dog-friendly Sundaze Brunch from 11am-4pm with live DJs, local vendors, and of course, more food trucks.

SPARK Social

Address: 601 Mission Bay Blvd. North San Francisco, CA 94158

Hours: Mon-Fri 11am-9pm (Trucks rotating 3-5pm); Sat 11am-9pm; Sun 11am-5pm

Order ahead, walk in (check their social media for menus and the rotating truck line-up), or reserve a space at the fire pits with a fully stocked s’mores cart. Must-try dishes include Al Pastor Papi’s Mexico city-style al pastorta, Lomo Libre’s Peruvian fusion, and Senor Sisig’s Filipino street food. Grab a beverage from the beer/sangria garden or a pick-me-up from SPRO coffee lab. All but 1-3 trucks close from 3pm to 5pm (to prep for dinner service), so time your visit accordingly.

Parklab Gardens

Address: 1379 4th Street San Francisco, CA 94158

Hours: 11am-9pm every day (truck rotation 3-5pm)

With a lineup of savory trucks, sweet trucks, and a full bar, Parklab Gardens (across the street from SPARK Social) is also home to the city’s only outdoor miniature golf course, Stagecoach Greens. Enjoy “feel good Filipino flavors” from vegan favorites The Sarap Shop (like Impossible lumpia) and brightly colored mochi doughnuts from Hookt Doughnuts. Keep in mind only 1 truck is open from 3pm-5pm (as trucks prep for dinner service) plus the Watering Hole bar

Ferry Plaza Farmers Market

Address: One Ferry Building #50 San Francisco, CA 94111

Hours: Saturdays 8am-2pm, Tues & Thurs 10am-2pm

A well-known market for the city’s chefs, the Saturday Ferry Plaza farmers market is home to nearly 100 vendors. Locals flock to Roli Roti’s glistening spits roasting porchetta, pork knuckle, and chickens. The Bi-Rite Creamery ice cream truck serves up farm-inspired flavors like strawberry balsamic and honey lavender. Other favorites include Bini’s Kitchen’s Nepalese momos and Primavera handmade tamales. Soak in views of the Bay Bridge and the iconic SF Ferry Building while you eat.

San Francisco Airport Food Spot

Address: Terminal 1 departures San Francisco, CA 94128

Hours: Monday through Friday, 11am-2pm

Need one last food truck fix before flying out of SFO? Off the Grid, known for gathering SF’s best food trucks together to create unique dining experiences, now greets travelers at the SF airport with its Terminal 1 market. Located on the departures level, it features a two-truck rotation of local favorites. Think Mozzeria pizza, Korean Bobcha’s bulgogi burgers and kimchi fries, and Oaxacan Mobile Kitchen’s fish tacos and chipotle prawns. Open weekdays from 11am to 2pm.

Serramonte Food Spot

Address: 39 Serramonte Center Daly City, CA 94015

Hours: Tuesdays 5-8pm

Off the Grid takes over the Serramonte Shopping Center parking lot for Tuesday night dinners from 5pm-8pm. SF favorite The Chairman’s baked or steamed pork buns, Curveball Sliders, Capelo’s Barbecue, and Cielito Lindo Mexican Street Kitchen are part of the rotating roster of trucks. For dessert, try one of Humphrey Slocombe’s small-batch ice cream flavors like their famous secret breakfast or malted milk chocolate.

Golden Gate Park Music Concourse

Address: Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive at Music Concourse Drive San Francisco, CA 94118

Food trucks you can expect to find:
Twirl and Dip Fri-Sun 1-5:30pm
Annie’s Hot Dogs every day 9-5:30
La Cochinita Sat 11am-7pm, Sun 11am-6pm

Behind the bandshell in Golden Gate Park is a hidden food truck lineup for park goers. Weekdays, grab an Annie’s hot dog before visiting the California Academy of Sciences, or tuck into Annakoot’s samosas and pakoras after exploring the Japanese Tea Garden. Weekends get a little sweeter with Twirl and Dip soft serve plus appearances from La Cochinita’s Yucateca tacos and panuchos. It’s the perfect spot to picnic in the park.

The best way to sample the city’s diverse cuisines is to visit one of its current food truck parks. Play a round of mini golf or take in an afternoon of fine art as you enjoy the best food the city has to offer.

Stray trucks are a rarer sighting, but you can catch them any time by booking them for yourself! Any trucks you’re interested in are available for private gigs, and are as easy to book as visiting our SF Food Truck Catering page. No matter which food truck you go with, you'll be grabbing cutting-edge skills and snacks and forward-thinking cuisine that hint at a promising future and satisfied event attendees.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the best food trucks in San Francisco?

San Francisco has some amazing food trucks. Choosing the “best” depends on what you’re looking for (a great lunch truck or a great food truck to cater your wedding). You can explore the top food trucks by going to our San Francisco List page. 

If you’re looking for food trucks that are great for catering, here are the top 5 most booked food trucks on Roaming Hunger:

  1. Beyond the Border
  2. Canasta Kitchen
  3. Yummi BBQ
  4. Tacos San Buena
  5. Cochinita

What are the most popular food truck cuisines in San Francisco?

Based on the food trucks in our system, here are the cuisines that are most popular with food trucks in San Francisco:

  1. Tacos
  2. Sandwiches
  3. Dessert
  4. Burgers
  5. BBQ

How many food trucks are in San Francisco?

There are currently 286 food trucks, trailers, carts, and pop-ups on Roaming Hunger in the San Francisco area. Keep in mind this is not a complete list because food trucks manually join Roaming Hunger. Our system may also include food trucks that are no longer operating because we rely on the food trucks themselves to let us know when they are closed.

Are food trucks popular in San Francisco?

Based on the fact that there are 286 food trucks, trailers, and carts in the area, it’s clear that the mobile food culture is thriving in the San Francisco area.

Where can I find food trucks in San Francisco?

You can use the Roaming Hunger map above to see food trucks in the area.

How can I rent a food truck in San Francisco?

If you’re looking for catering, simply go to our San Francisco food truck catering page and fill out a request form.

If you’re looking to rent a food truck for your business, start at our food truck lease page.

If you’re a brand or marketing agency looking to rent a food truck for an activation or promotion, go to our agency page.

How do I book a food truck for my event?

Use Roaming Hunger to book a food truck for any event in San Francisco. Simply go to our San Francisco food truck catering page to get started.

After you fill out your event information, local food trucks will apply based on your event date and budget with a catering package. From there you’ll be able to choose the best package for your event.

If it’s a public event where the food truck is selling to the public, you’ll fill out your event information and local food trucks will apply to learn more about your event. You can choose which food trucks to connect with from there.