How Mission Street Food Does Indian Street Food

Photo: Bobby Rullo

Going back to its taco-truck roots a little bit, Mission Street Food this Thursday will feature Kitchenette chef Roger Feely, doing the pop-up’s first-ever chaat menu. Proceeds from the menu of Indian street fare will go to the purchase of a Fender Blender, which Feely will then use in the Beacon Culinary Project of Western Addition — and, we hope, to make human-powered margaritas in the off-hours. Check out tomorrow’s menu below.


*Bhel Puri: tangy, sweet, slightly spicy puffed rice snack - $5

*Poha: fragrant flattened rice dish with cashews and dry farmed tomatoes - $5

*Rasa Vadai or Dahi Vadai: Lentil fritters in yogurt or spiced tomato broth - $6

*Nariyala Idli: Fried coconut and rice patties with fresh mango, mango pickle and young cocount juice - $6

*Rabe Paneer: roasted broccoli rabe and kale with homemade paneer - $6.5

Achar Gosht: Lamb Curry with seared peppers, fresh garbanzo and cilantro yogurt on a homemade garlic flatbread - $7.5

*Lung Shan’s Vegan Delight: shitake and oyster mushroom dumplings in miso soup - $5.5

*Royal Falooda Kulfi: Sundae with rosewater syrup and vermicelli - $6

*Cardamom Toast Crunch: Bruleed Firebrand Pan de Mie with pistachio milk - $6

*Organic Cardamom Ginger Chai or Organic Rose Chai - $3

* = vegetarian

How Mission Street Food Does Indian Street Food