Amazing. A vigilant Chowhound has tracked down what may be the one and only legitimate Cuban sandwich slung from a mobile platform in San Francisco.
A favorite on the East Coast, the pork/ham(I know, right?)/cheese/pickles fiesta-on-a-roll is scarce here. There are six cuban restaurants in San Francisco, according to Menupages, but as far as we can tell, only Paladar does the classic Cubano sandwich.
Well, that’s all gonna change. According to Chowhound rworange, a truck named Goza Goza, parked behind the 11th and Mission Goodwill store, slings classic Cubanos, like Madre used to make. We haven’t gone yet, but it’s a fair guess they’re cheaper than the $9 jobs at Paladar. Whether the quality is up to snuff? Well, you’ll have to find out for yourself.