The White Rabbit Truck was a pleasant surprise. I heard about them a lot online and in the media, so I was excited to try their food. This truck, a Filipino fusion truck, serves their take on tacos and burritos as well as rice bowls. A fan or Asian fusion with Mexican, I was inclined to try their most famous item on the menu, the pork sisig burrito.
The pork sisig burrito had garlic rice, pork sisigs, egg, and cheese. This was a perfect balance of flavors and textures. The pork was nice and tender. Their pork sisig is deep fried pork belly, fried in onions and jalapenos. The almost runny egg and cheese was a perfect creamy and velvety texture. Their garlic rice was perfect as well. My gripe about some burritos is that the tortilla is not soft. I liked the tortilla from the sisig burrito — it was soft and chewy, almost silky. This burrito was perfect because each individual item inside the burrito was perfect — together, it was exponentially more delicious.
The White Rabbit Truck offers a food eating challenge, which they are known for. The burrito is almost 2ft long, and contains, 6 eggs, 3lbs of any choice of meat, 6 scoops of rice, 12 cheese slices, wrapped in 6 tortillas. That equates to 6 pounds! — Definitely bigger than my single tortilla burrito. Here is the video of Adam Richman from Man v. Food on the White Rabbit Truck. Watch to see them make this monster, and see someone eating it. Does he actually finish it?
Honestly, I was happy to eat the burrito (the regular one of course). Each bite gave me a smile. Though I only had the normal one, one day, I shall attempt and possibly finish the challenge. Am I crazy? Maybe a little. Until then, the regular one will do for me. Just like the chef on the logo, White Rabbit Truck is a thumbs up!