This week, we’re continuing our exploration of San Francisco food trucks with a stop at CurryUp Now, The Bay Area’s first Indian Street Food on a food truck, inspired from street foods in India and Indian foods popular in other parts of the world.
They serve traditional foods that they grew up eating, as well as a few very creative fusion inspirations. Just visiting this truck gave us the feeling of authentic Indian cuisine – its bright, loud and energetic colors and multi-faceted design elements relate well to Indian fabrics and tile patterns that make you feel as though you’ve just stepped into a little piece of India. Their logo itself is reminiscent of Indian street food carts.
CurryUp Now offers a simple menu, consisting of “Deconstructed” Samosa, burritos, Kathi Rolls and “Sexy Fries.” The Sexy Fries are criss cut, sweet potato fries with queso, onions and choice of Chicken Tikka Masala (Fulton Valley organic chicken) or vegetarian Paneer Tikka Masala.
At $6.00, the Deconstructed Samosa would be a bargain at twice the price for the hearty portions CurryUp Now serves.
The service at CurryUp Now is exceptional. Our server was more than helpful in recommending dishes to try, and greeted us with a very pleasant attitude.
CurryUp Now also offers online as well as mobile pre-ordering, and delivery service.