The gist: Creative Korean fusion hidden in a beer lab.
The food: Sistah Truck used to be an actual truck serving plate lunches, but last year they moved into Beer Lab at Pearlridge, with a huge kitchen that enabled them to get more creative and expand their menu. The kalbi atop butter garlic rice is fantastic. The Wagyu cheeseburger with crinkle fries and the Wagyu loco moco with white gravy and an over-easy egg are also good choices. If you’re just feeling snacky, get the tater tot nachos or the kimchi cheese dip. On weekends, Sistah Truck streamlines their menu and only offers smashburgers, smashburger loco moco, fries, and churro shakes.
The cost: Sides like furikake fries, beef gyoza, and vegetable spring rolls are about $7 to $8 and the plates range from $9 to $18.
How to book: Seating is all first-come, first-served. Place your order online as there is no staff to take orders.