SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — Food trucks have to fight for your attention and your dining dollars at Fort Mason.
You could say it’s dog eat dog out there in food truck land.
Off the Grid organizes the biggest food truck events in the Bay Area.
This is the ninth year Off the Grid celebrates mobile food at Fort Mason.
To get in on the action, creators have to compete for a spot, like these food truck chefs — a brother and sister team and husband and wife team.
Think top chef – only top food truck chef. Off the Grid tasted everything from Filipino street food to poke rice plates, to dumplings like grandma used to make.
Momo Noodle was one of eight food trucks who made it through the tasting round.
There are a total of 30 food trucks at Fort Mason – and if you miss it, there’s always a street corner somewhere to tickle your food truck fancy.
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