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Mission Street Food New Digs

November 6, 2008

Burrito Justice thoroughly approves of the new MSF digs at 2234 Mission. (Click to zoom.)

MSF @ Lung Shan

MSF @ Lung Shan, 9pm. Even busier earlier.

My poa poa always said that duck smoked rice and ono soup are best enjoyed under the watchful eye of proletarian chinese horse art. And ships.

posters

Just like a street mural, but indoors - and check out those horses

While I do miss the truck, the new location is great, the beer and wine were flowing rapidly and the MSF crew is growing bigger by the day.  The Lung Shan staff were cool if not somewhat bewildered by the new crowd.

Oh, yeah, the food — it was so good that I forgot to take any pictures of it before I finished.

Ono Kauswe soup – damn good. MSF Rice – duck is as tasty as bacon.

Some great shots here by Jesse (who has an actual camera), and his excellent writeup as well.

Ginger and coconut make for some nice ice cream and the rather accurate fortune was lucky to make it out of the cookie alive.

“Everyone always appreciates the witty things you say out loud while watching television with your friends.”

Feel free to add your “fortune” that you received in your “cookie” to the “comments”.

On the way back, I passed the MSF’s original home.  Looks like JtH has some work to do.

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5 Comments leave one →
  1. November 7, 2008 10:54 am

    Thanks for the flickr link love! you can see my actual write up at

    http://beerandnosh.com/2008/11/mission-street-food/

    – Jesse

  2. burritojustice permalink*
    November 7, 2008 11:34 am

    Thanks Jessie — great writeup, updated the link above. Add your fortune here!

  3. November 7, 2008 5:27 pm

    “You will eat a valentine dumpling with an alien princess” My girlfriend assumed the alien princess was her, but raised some serious questions about what a valentine dumpling is. If it’s served at MSF, i assume it’s stuffed with pork?

  4. burritojustice permalink*
    November 8, 2008 5:29 pm

    Tamara @ SFfoodie got these “fortunes”:

    “Orcs eat all manner of flesh, including human.”

    “If your dream is a lady, make sure you let it walk down the stairs behind you, so you can catch it if it falls down.”

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