Dutch Crunch: Your SFoodie Lunch Planner
Weds., Feb. 10, 2010
J. Birdsall Fully accessorized.
Amsterdam's falafel stands proved the spark for Gail Lillian's peripatetic truck, which splits its time between Emeryville and Potrero Flats. Liba's übercrunchy falafel are mostly textural, craggy, brown-crusted bits not much bigger than exploded popcorn kernels. The salads and sauces that give them flavor are now spread out taco-bar style, so you're free to customize at will, though really, you'll want to expend most of your energy piling on the orange-olive relish. A bit of advice: Fill your purse or man bag with paper towels from the office loo before heading out.
Liba Falafel Truck Parked at 155 De Haro (at Alameda), 806-5422