Senor Sisig set up shop on Haight Street this past Sunday for a six-hour birthday celebration, complete with tables, rocking music and a half-off discount to those who wished them a "Happy Birthday." It was a perfect sunny San Francisco day (finally!), so the family and I headed down to try more of their delicious dishes.
For today's endeavor, one of the items I chose was the Sisig Nachos, a giant container of tri-colored tortilla chips topped with mounds of melted cheese, sour cream, pico de gallo and guacamole. For protein choices they offered chicken, pork or tofu, and since I was already having a pork California Sisig Burrito to accompany my nachos, I chose chicken. They also offer pickled jalapenos, but I chose to omit them. The nachos came loaded up with the delectable chicken sisig, and I could barely contain myself long enough to put in a birthday candle before diving in.
The taste of certain dishes lingers with me longer than others, and even a few days later I am still thinking about those nachos. My BFF here at work, who happens to be Filipino, has promised to share with me her family recipe for sisig, so maybe I can try to attempt them at home someday. In the interest of the blog I told myself that I can't have the same dish twice (at least until I have tried them all), but I may break that rule just to get these chicken nachos again!
Rating: 4.5/5 (ratings guide)
Senor Sisig (@senorsisig) $8.00 per order of nachos
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