SF Street Food Festival 2013 | vegan menu summary

ImageLa Cocina’s annual San Francisco Street Food Festival (8/17/13) is back, growing, and thriving! The festival features and celebrates local food entrepreneurs of La Cocina’s incubator program.

I’m excited that the vegan options available at the festival have expanded! This year Hella Vegan Eats, will be a part of the food festivities! If you’re like me, you’ll be visiting their booth first and splitting a vegan doughnut burger with a friend (or devour it all yourself – I’m not judging). Their festival menu:

Hella Vegan Eats
Doughnut burger … $8.00
Beet patty, tomato, kale, pickled red onions, and secret sauce served in between two sugar doughnuts

Lusty lovers taco … $3.00
Mac ’n’ cheeze, BBQ “chicken,” cayenne cornflakes, cilantro, and pickled red onions served in a corn tortilla

Cherry + bell pepper paleta … $3.00
Candied bell peppers, cherries, and coconut milk

If you’re leaving room for additional street food bites, here is a summary of the vegan, and some gluten-free, options available at the festival:

Azalina’s
Sweet potato dumpling … $3.00
Sweet potato with coconut confit
Rose basil coconut … $3.00
Rose, basil seed, young coconut juice with fresh herbs

Bicycle Bánh Mì
Bá cam … $3.00
A golden brown shell of sesame studded rice flour with a sweet mung bean and coconut filling (vegan, gluten-free)

Curry up Now
Samosas … $3.00
Some say it’s a giant crispy wonton with potatoes & peas (vegan/veggie)

Central Kitchen
Fermented pickles … $4.00
Fermented and vinegar-pickled summer vegetables (vegan, gluten free)

Eji’s (all vegan)
Spicy green kitfo injera rolls … $8.00
100% teff injera rolls with spicy collard and other greens filling (gluten-free)
Garlicky fava bean dip with injera chips … $3.00
Garlicky fava bean dip with 100% teff injera chips
Thyme tea (hot or iced) … $3.00
Black tea leaves steeped with fresh thyme leaves, served hot or over ice

Endless Summer Sweets
Kettle corn … $3.00
Sweet and salty kettle corn (vegan & gluten free)

Kika’s Treats
Brazilian hot chocolate … $3.00
Vegan hot chocolate with spices (iced chocolate in case it’s hot!)

Onigilly
Onigilly combo … $8.00
3 rice balls, Eggplant (marinated in ginger soy), with a side of edamame
Onigilly rice balls … $3.00
Eggplant (marinated in ginger soy)
Ginger green tea lemonade … $3.00
Housemade Japanese-style lemonade flavored with green tea and ginger

Nopalito
Esquites … $3.00
Sweet summer corn with crema, queso fresco, lime and chile (gluten free, and vegan available upon request)
Totopos con chile y picadillo ..$8.00
House-made corn tortilla chips tossed in chile de arbor salsa, then topped with ground pork and potato, cotija cheese, cilantro, and onion; served with crema (vegan upon request)
Paletas … $4.00
Mexican popsicles: dark chocolate-cinnamon or seasonal fruit (gluten free and some flavors vegan) *ask about vegan flavors

Yum! So get ready for snacking and devouring! I think the key here is to bring friends so you call try a bite of everything. The festival is this Saturday 8/17, it’s free to enter but bring cash for grub, and it’s located in the Mission district. Visit the SF Street Food Festival site for more information.

Vegan options are based on vendor information. If I missed anything please feel free to leave a comment and let us know!


One thought on “SF Street Food Festival 2013 | vegan menu summary

  1. There were so many delicious vegan options there! More than I listed because the online menus didn’t clearly state the vegan options. At the festival it seemed like at least half the booths had a vegan option. So exciting to see. Thank you for including us and thanks to La Cocina for having such an amazing community program. ❤ Yesica

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