Food Truck Bite of the Week: Liba Feels Like the Salad Days

Our weekly bite explores the city's food trucks, one at a time, highlighting our favorite mobile dishes and snacks.

The Truck: Liba Falafel

The Cuisine: Cal-Mediterranean

Specialty Items: Falafel sandwiches and salads; the condiment bar

Worth the Wait in Line? At peak lunchtime, it was a total 12 minutes from the end of the line to food in hand; with smart ordering, yes.

The past few months of exploring the street food scene in SF have taught me one thing: food truckin' ain't easy on your health or waistline. The successful trucks play the pied piper song of salty, fatty, and crunchy foods we crave with enough bold seasonings to stand out among the pods. Gail Lillian's Liba truck shows how “healthy” can be added to that melody with of all things, a salad, and not miss a thing.

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