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Late night delicious -- that special crepe at the bottom of the menu at Crepes a Go-Go [San Francisco]

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I've been a fan of Crepes a Go-Go for some time.
It's the truck tucked in a little lot on 11th street between Harrison and Folsom.

I don't get there often. It's always random and late night and you sit on benches with other random people and chat as you eat your treasure.

In the past, I've always gotten more traditional and french-ish things there. I usually favor smoked turkey and swiss cheese.

This Sunday they had a paper with some specials scrawled on it.
The combo seemed hispanic, as did the guy behind the counter that night, so I tried it. I forget the ingredients exactly -- it ws the last one on the sheet and had ground beef, sour cream, a couple of kinds of peppers and I think cilantro.

Maybe it was because I was so hungry, but this little baby (that set me back about $9) was more to my taste than anything I've had from the new wave of food trucks.

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  1. Are they related to the brick and mortar Crepes-a-Go-Go in Berkeley?

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    1. re: Robert Lauriston

      I googled them...
      Never been to the one in Berkeley or Cow Hollow.

      Their menus all seem to have the same things, including something called a "King Lias" which sounds rather unique. So I'd guess yes.

    2. i don't think i've ever been there sober. good to know.