The truck is hidden at the intersection where Otis, Gough and McCoppin meet ... right near Mission.
For $6 you get a true Cubano on soft, grilled French roll with slices of roasted pork, a slice of fried ham, melted Swiss cheese and a pickle.
While it is not up there with a Florida sandwich, it is one of the better versions I've tried in the Bay Area.
They also sell burritos and tacos, but the truck, I'm guessing, is about the Cuban Sandwich. They don't even list the meat available for the tacos.
The aqua frescas looked interesting ... they had mamey ... but it turns out they are bottled, not house made.
The food gods led me here because ... sheesh ... that ain't an easy location to get to. I was hell-bent on Friday to eat a sputnick burger at Russian Renaissance ... even rescheduled my SF appointments ... RR has discontinued lunch. So then I figure if Cafe Katya has any parking near it I'd FINALLY try that Russian joint since Friday is one of the few days it is open for lunch. No parking. So I figure ... ok ... the Yucatan joint on 16th and as I drove down Gough to get from Geary to the Mission ... voila ... Goyza Goyza ... I circle the block intrigued by the Cuban sandwich sign ... a parking place opens up next to it ... the food gods speaketh. ... so I figured despite the slow software which took 20 minutes to post this I'd spread the word. Open Mon-Fri 10an - 6pm
Tacos Goza Goza Truck
25th St and Harrison St, San Francisco, CA