Nov 5, 2021 - Food and Drink
What to try at this Filipino food truck in NWA
A Filipino dish called Sisig in a to-go container.
The pork Sisig. Photo: Worth Sparkman

I finally had a chance to check out a food truck that's been on my list: PinoyLicious Filipino Kitchen.

The setup: Since I admittedly don't know anything about Filipino food, I figured I'd roll the dice with what looked and sounded good to me.

  • Following a discussion with some patient folks behind the counter, I ended up with a dish called Sisig (minced pork, onions, a fried egg) with garlic rice ($12).
  • They make it in four levels of heat. I went with the lowest setting that day.

The verdict: This isn't like most stir-fry dishes I've had. It's meaty without going overboard. I approve, but buyer beware — it's rich.

  • A bite from my lunch partner's shrimp Pancit (noodles and veggies) proved mighty tasty, so I know there's more on the menu for me to try.

Of note: The truck just moved to a new home at Osage Park in Bentonville this week.

  • Hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 11am to 7pm.
  • As with most food trucks, check out their social media before heading out.
Filipino dishes, Pork Sisig and shrimp Pancit in to-go boxes.
Shrimp Pancit and pork Sisig. Photo: Worth Sparkman
PinoyLicious food truck at its previous location in Rogers (now in Bentonville).
PinoyLicious food truck at its previous location in Rogers (now in Bentonville). Photo: Worth Sparkman
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