Dutch Crunch: Your SFoodie Lunch Planner

Categories: Morning Buzz

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J. Birdsall
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Weds., Feb. 10, 2010
Amsterdam's falafel stands proved the spark for Gail Lillian's peripatetic truck, which splits its time between Emeryville and Potrero Flats. Liba's ├╝bercrunchy 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

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