Originally we went to the farmer’s market for another food truck. It was nowhere to be seen. Called them up and they said they were in Watsonville that morning. So we walked around the market and opted for the Dos Hermanos pupusa truck, parked just outside on the street.
Lots of people were waiting for their pupusas as well as eating them nearby.
The pupusas were very good. Not just good for Santa Cruz, but good for anywhere in the Bay Area. Nicely griddled with a little bit of ‘crispiness’ outside and filling seasoned just right inside. We got the revuelta, mixed, and a couple of others. I liked the revuelta the most. I also liked the curtido.
That’s my kid’s hand telling me to get more revuelta. It even converted her.
After a pupusa feast, we opted for some almond biscotti from Franco the Sicilician who’s running the Il Biscotto stall at the market. Not a biscotti maven, but these were very nice. Ate a whole bunch of them before getting home.
A week after, still on a pupusa high, we got some from another truck in Redwood City next to Hoover Park, thinking that RWC would offer up some decent pupusas. They were alright, but not even close.