SF’s Mitchell’s Ice Cream and Señor Sisig team up with new treat for Fil-Am History Month
SAN FRANCISCO — Venerable Mitchell’s Ice Cream, known for Filipino flavors, and the popular Filipino American-Mexican fusion eatery Señor Sisig are teaming up for October Filipino American History Month by introducing a new ice cream treat at Señor Sisig brick and mortar locations in the city.
Scoops of the exclusive “Filipino Mangonada” ice cream flavor made from fresh Philippine mangoes will be served at both establishments’ locations in San Francisco starting Oct. 1 for the whole month. However, Mangonada with a savory chamoy sauce swirl as topping and a Tajin rim will be available only at Señor Sisig restaurants.
Mitchell’s will hold a launch party from noon to 4 p.m. on Oct. 8 at its storefront on San Jose Street. A Señor Sisig food truck parked out front will sell sisig lunches.
Five percent of the proceeds from the collaboration will be sent to a charitable organization that “directly impacts the lives” of residents in
Mitchell’s Ice Cream opened in The City in 1953, and has long served tropical ice cream flavors made from imported fruits from the Philippines. Señor Sisig restaurant started out as a food truck in 2010 and became a hit for tacos and burritos filled with the Filipino chopped pork dish called sisig.