Me So Hungry Too
Super Great For
- On-Set Catering
- Huge Events
- Corporate Catering
Grass-fed beef patty, applewood-smoked bacon, sautéed balsamic onions, organic spring mix, and house-made gorgonzola cheese sauce on a toasted brioche bun
Flyin' Hawaiian Slider
Shredded, marinated chicken breast topped with house-made chipotle aioli and crispy maui onions on a toasted brioche
A big hunk of marinated slow braised all-natural short rib topped with house-made spicy crème fraîche, crispy Maui onions, and pepper Jack cheese on a toasted brioche bun
A marinated portobello mushroom cap, sautéed balsamic onions, organic spring mix, and sliced tomato with house-made gorgonzola cheese sauce on a toasted brioche bun
Miso Salmon Salad
Grass-Fed Bacon Cheeseburger Sliders
A grass-fed beef patty with applewood-smoked bacon dressed like a classic on a toasted brioche bun
Shoestring Garlic Fries
Crispy shoestring French fries topped with garlic, parmesan, and parsley mix
Sweet Potato Fries
About Me So Hungry Too
After a decorated career cooking in the kitchens of McCormick & Schmick’s and The Four Seasons, chef Cory Ewing decided to branch out, open up a truck, and build a menu of classic street food, each with a gourmet twist. You’ll find Me So Hungry Too in and around the San Francisco area slinging burgers, sliders, and more.
Ewing’s classic Monster Burger is always a good move (topped with bacon, cheddar, lettuce, tomato, and Asian BBQ sauce), but that doesn’t mean you should sleep on the portabella mushroom sliders or the short rib mac & cheese (a side of shoe string fries with garlic, parmesan, and parsley ain’t never hurt nobody neither). Really, it’s all good at Me So Hungry Too, so do yourself a favor and book them to cater your next event.
PB&J Burger — A burger topped with peanut butter, jelly, and sriracha
To find out more about these burgers and what makes them a mouthwatering favorite, check out the Roaming Hunger blog here.