SA PA is an unorthodox food truck, and we mean that in the best way of course. It's hard enough to find authentic Vietnamese cuisine, let alone in a place like New England. But SA PA is the flavorful exception to the rule, serving up traditional plates from Vietnamese kitchens in the most untraditional of ways: out of a food truck roaming in Boston.
At SA PA, you're being treated to a whole host of Vietnamese eats on the streets. Sure, anyone can claim authenticity when it comes to ethnic cuisines, but at SA PA, they're backing it up using recipes culled from generations of talented cooks, making each dish bursting with flavor by using only the freshest quality ingredients. That's right, you're getting that crispy banh mi sandwich with bread baked fresh from local bakeries, stuffed full of local produce that's been pickled to perfection, with savory meats braised and marinated nightly to sink your teeth into. But that's not all. SA PA's pho broth is simmered for hours to bring out that exotic flavor naturally, and they're reinventing tradition by creating a customizable bowl filled with your choice of rice or noodles and protein, finished with their homemade sauce. If that's not enough to get your mouth watering, we don't know what will. So why wait? Venture out and get a taste of Vietnamese food, brought to you by SA PA. Trust us. It's well worth hitting the pavement for.
Banh Mi Burrito - you've never tasted anything quite like this. A warm flour tortilla is stuffed to the brim with specialty banh mi ingredients, including pickled carrots and daikon, cilantro, cucumbers and grapes, with brown rice finished with a mushroom-walnut spread