Originally started as a roving ice cream truck around the Bay Area, Frozen Kuhsterd will soon be opening a permanent shop in San Francisco. Offering a plethora of frozen custard flavors, owner Jason Angeles teamed up with Dynamo Donuts for this sandwich, made with a Maple Bacon Donut, his Four Barrel Coffee frozen custard and a burnt caramel topping.
— Devorah Lev-Tov
Trademark is a sports bar with the requisite TVs, wings, and games, while next door Copyright is more cocktail-swilling lounge space. What they have in common, other than a shared substantial patio and the same ownership, are solid drinks, including boozy milkshakes with flavors like matcha from Frozen Kuhsterd.
— Elen Fort
For the first time, food truck vendors were a part of this year’s 4/20 Hippie Hill celebration. Farmer Brown, FK Frozen Custard and Blue Saigon, which offered snacks like deep fried peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.
— Deborah Findling
Per Hoodline, there’s food at Trademark from Ronnie Taylor and Tim Luyma of the Filipino pop-up Alchemy SF, as well as boozy ice cream treats from Frozen Kuhsterd, including flavors like Banana Rum Custard and Mexican Chocolate Mezcal.
— Jay Barmenn
Porchetta sandwiches, juicy pork belly steamed buns, crunchy shrimp Po boys, and tacos with your choice of meat. These are just some of the tasty and diverse eats you’ll find at some of San Francisco’s favorite food trucks.
— Susana Guerrero
....Too tired from all that eating to make a decision? Go with the famed “Mission Style” sandwich. A bacon doughnut stippled with apple bits that have been cooked in bacon fat pairs with Four Barrel coffee frozen custard and a glaze of burnt caramel. It’s a smokey, caloric monstrosity that somehow doesn’t taste heavy.
— Alissa Merksamer
In true San Francisco style, the dense, creamy custard serves as a blank palette for experimentation: chocolate, barley, tea; salt and pepper potato chip; and Saikyo miso have all made appearances on the menu.
— Rebecca Flint Marx
Now why didn’t someone think of this sooner? Mission-based Frozen Kuhsterd food truck has come up with the ultimate neighborhood treat: the Mission Style Dynamo Donut Sandwich!
— Lou Bustamante @thevillagedrunk
On the subject of dreaming up flavors, what’s your fantasy flavor? ‘It would be the world’s most expensive scoop—Louis the 14th Cognac Base infused with a really expensive dark chocolate. I just can’t afford to buy goods to make it.’ -Jason Angeles
— Alissa Merksamer
50 Best Dessert Trucks in America for 2013 - ‘I grew up on a lot of Asian influences. My earliest memory of ice cream was an Asian-inspired ice cream store in the neighborhood called Coco Banana,’ Angeles told fare & square. Flavors such as avocado, toasted coconut, burnt caramel, and sweet corn are only a few examples of what the menu has to offer.
— Lauren Sloss
Have you had frozen custard? It’s like soft serve’s richer, smoother, better looking cousin. Thank goodness for Frozen Kuhsterd, who is not only filling the custard-shaped hole in our heart, but is doing so in a delicious, booze-laced fashion. In addition to those actually boozy flavors (Reposado tequila, spiked cereal milk), sample sinfully delicious flavors like maple butter, Thai iced tea, and Four Barrel coffee, topped with everything from condensed milk to cornflakes.
— The 12 Best Food Trucks in San Francisco
Move over, Cronut! The Frozen Kuhsterd truck has just set the bar for decadent desserts with the Mission Style Dynamo Donut Sandwich....It’s called the Mission Style because Four Barrel, Frozen Kuhsterd, and Dynamo Donuts are all based in the Mission!
Their claim to fame as the first frozen custard truck in California is overshadowed by an immense menu of flavors. What is custard, if not a vessel for flavors like Four Barrel Coffee, yuzu sake, matcha and salt and pepper potato chip?
— 10 Essential San Francisco Food Trucks for Summer