:: Mission Street Food meets Dirty South ::
Tonight, the folks over at Mission Street Food doled out the Dirty Dirty by unleashing some soul food goodies to the insatiable masses. The masterminds behind this, Bar Tartine cook Anthony Myint and crew, have cultivated quite a following that start lining up outside Lung Shan Chinese resto on Mission street, before 6pm.
What originally started as a mobile food truck experiment, back in early October, has steadily grown in numbers, and has now moved indoors (for a number of reasons). They have also started featuring weekly chef’s as their guests.
I got there this evening ready to reprezent! but alas, not only was I sooper hungry by the time I got there (admittedly later than I had expected), but there was a 45 minute wait.
ate inhaled the PBQ-Kurobuta Berkshire Pork belly with Quince-onion sauce, potatoe salad and slaw on a fresh homemade flatbread.
Dirty Rice with rare beef and Smoke Duck beignet
All I can say is, this $6.50 pork belly sandwich (sorry no pic cus I ate it too quick!) is my new fav… the flavor just pervaded my palate and SWOOSH.. I had nothing left but crumbs and a big smile.
the Dirty South menu: butter fried cornbread, 40oz’s, mustard greens, Creole Catfish stew, grits, bacon and sweet tea.
past menu items have included brownies with brie, King Trumpet, asian pear slaw, and homemade scallion flatbread