What to Eat from Sanguchon, a New Peruvian Food Truck

It’s been a few months since we first caught wind of a new Peruvian sandwich truck in the Potrero vicinity, but now Sanguchon made its official debut just last night at Off the Grid Haight. Regular hours will be Fridays at 17th and Carolina, from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., but chef/owner Carlos Altamirano (Mochica, Piqueo’s) hopes to snag a downtown spot soon. See the delicious sounding menu below, and follow them on Twitter for locational updates.

Peruvian Sandwiches
All our sandwiches are served on French bread. Our bread is specially made for Sanguchon only.

Pan con Chicharron $8
Pork loin slivered, fried yams, marinated onions & aji rocoto aioli

Pollo a la Brasa $7
Peruvian roasted chicken, tomato, lettuce & garlic-lime-mayo

Barbacoa $7
Pulled BBQ pork spare ribs with cole slaw peruano and potato chips served on brioche bun

Lomo Saltado $8
Stir fried New York steak with tomato, onion, cilantro -soy sauce & fries

Peruvian Wraps

Aji de Gallina $8
Chicken breast, braised in Aji amarillo (Peruvian Chili) feta cheese, sauce, white beans, rice, in la palma tortilla

Vegetales al Curry $7
Mix of veggies cooked in a Peruvian curry sauce with rice, lettuce in la palma tortilla

Yucca Fries $4
Yucca fries & huancaina sauce

Sweet Potato Fries $4
Sweet potato fries with BBQ-ocopa sauce

Tequenos $6
Fried wontons wraps with Oakaca cheese and avocado puree.

Platano Frito $4
Fried plantain with honey & cinnamon

Costillitas de Chancho $8
Pork spare ribs with home made Sanguchon BBQ sauce

Alfajores $4

What to Eat from Sanguchon, a New Peruvian Food Truck