In case you needed yet another reason to visit our spectacular foodie wonderland of the Ferry Building, the beloved Filipino fusion institution Señor Sisig has now remarkably opened a new seaside location here, and it's sure to be just as highly sought-after.
Located towards the back with a scenic patio on what was formerly the space of Brown Sugar Kitchen, Señor Sisig's third landmark guarantees not only gorgeous waterfront dining, but also new and even enticingly exclusive menu offerings.
ITS OFFICIAL Señor Sisig x Ferry Building OPENING August 24th, 2022!— Señor Sisig (@senorsisig) August 18, 2022
Read all about our exclusive menu items and what’s to come for our third brick & mortar location with @eater (link in bio) #SisigByTheDockOfTheBay pic.twitter.com/IibHRI14mi
Co-founders Evan Kidera and Gil Payumo first began as a humble food truck over a decade ago in 2010, and since then they have powerfully exploded onto the San Francisco culinary scene as a trusted source for the most filling and comforting fusion of Filipino classics with ingeniously modern approaches and ingredients.
With two other incredibly popular locations on Mission's Valencia Street and in Oakland's Webster Street, this third hotspot only further cements their importance to both essential Bay Area cuisine, and to showcasing Filipino culture.
"For me, to have this happen now, it’s humbling, but it’s also exciting,” Kidera proudly shared towards having Filipino flavors be in the spotlight among the other refined eateries in the bustling Ferry Building. This location is set to have all of the classic Mexican-fusion favorites of their famous Sisig Burritos, tacos, and nachos, with new offerings only available here such as vegan "chicken," creative cocktails, a piled-high pork torta, bite-sized ube-macapuno dessert churros, and more.
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Such offerings come with beautiful partnerships, such as the vegan "chicken" from Layonna Vegetarian in Oakland, bread from Acme Bread, and a collaboration with nearby Humphry Slocombe Ice Cream for their luscious "Churron" flavor inspired by cinnamony churros and Turon, a crispy Filipino dessert of banana eggrolls.
The new vegan options were also generated as a way to be both more inclusive and conscious of contemporary demands and approaches, also evident in their leaner pork shoulder sisig that modernizes but still honors traditional Kapampangan methods.
While the retail space may only be around 600 square feet, the back patio will provide an ample 30 seats for loyal patrons to relax outside, which adds an intimate ambience reminiscent of their tight food truck days and residency at both Off the Grid and Mission Bay's Spark Social park.
Whether you crave their classic staples or desire to indulge in their exclusive and irresistably new dessert and refreshing libations, this is a fantastic choice to refuel with when shopping or sightseeing around the Embarcadero.
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Señor Sisig's sleek new outpost is a testament to both the dedication and focus to provide exceptional food to their Bay patrons, and also to our area's adoring appreciation to Filipino flavors and gastronomic creativity.
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