Up in San Francisco’s Fisherman’s Wharf district, far from the flash of iPhone cameras documenting each dish served at Off the Grid, Melanie Wong and a friend found a truck marked “Eva’s Catering, The Wonton Stand” parked in front of California Shellfish at 8:30 a.m.

The hefty menu included quesadillas, burritos, Hunan-style Chinese food, and Mongolian menudo, which wasn’t offered the day Melanie visited. She and her friend split a generous order of wonton soup, which was loaded with fresh vegetables stir-fried in the truck.

“With the turn on the grill, the vegetables developed their full flavor. This certainly hit the spot and exceeded our rather low expectations,” Melanie said.

soupçon confirms Melanie’s description of the tasty but unfussy wonton soup, and notes that the truck roosts outside of Pier 33 during weekday lunch times.

Eva’s Catering/The Wonton Stand Truck [Fisherman’s Wharf]
Mobile truck; no formal address

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