Established in 2012, Carlos Altamirano’s Sanguchon food trucks made his succulent Peruvian sandwiches one of the most sought-after bites in the city. Now, these authentic sandwiches have a brick-and-mortar home in the heart of San Francisco’s Mission District.
Marinated meats, crispy fried yams, fresh toppings and house-made sauces nestled between two pillows of artisanal bun. The sanguchon is more than a humble sandwich in the hands of renowned chef and restaurateur Carlos Altamirano.
Pair a classic Lomo Saltado beef tenderloin sandwich with a glass of house-made sangria. Or wash down your adobo bowl with a local draft beer.
Sanguchon also offers small bites with a modern flair. Think flaky empanadas, succulent skewers, and platanos fritos.
With its fresh, flavorful fare served in a bright, contemporary setting, Sanguchon can assure visitors unprecedented levels of satisfaction.