Hunan Home's Restaurant has been a favorite among local Chinatown residents since it opened in 1983. The restaurant is owned and operated by the Yuan ... More
Hunan Home's Restaurant
Hunan Home's Restaurant has been a favorite among local Chinatown residents since it opened in 1983. The restaurant is owned and operated by the Yuan family, who is originally from Taiwan and has been in the restaurant business for decades. Hunan Home's Restaurant has won numerous awards for its exceptional food and service including the Golden Award for the "Best Bay Area Chinese Restaurant" in the Chinese World Journal.
This was a wonderful restaurant with great food! Try their fried bread, it comes with this sauce to dip the bread in that is just amazing!
This restaurant is on my list of places to eat when I visit San Francisco. I highly recommend eating here.
Years ago, my friend Peter, part owner of Tosca took me and my friend Louise there. The Prawns with walnuts were so perfectly cooked and the service was fast. We also had veery memorable Moo Shu Duck and Oysters in ginger sauce. The food rocked then and still is a place I long for till now.
I've never been happy with the Chinese restaurants in San Francisco. My favorites are on the peninsula. I recently checked out Hunan Home's and I can finally say I've found a Chinese restaurant in San Francisco that I'll go back to. Hunan Smoked Pork, a dish that's hard to find, was very good here. The War Wonton soup was also very good. Eggplant with garlic sauce, moo shu pork, and orange peel beef were also good. If you're looking for chinese in the city, this is definitely one place to try.
Our firm has many events here for groups of 5 to 20. The food is very good qulality, not too oily. Our vegetarians are happy here with the green bean and aspagus dishes... nice service. Clean bathrooms. I am tired of most SF Chinatown places, but these folks are doing a great job.
This home style Chinatown restaurant offers tasty authentic dishes which are hard to find in the more so touristy spots. Spicy dishes and milder ones are all really good. Try the Spicy Salted Shrimp (deep fried with shell and head and all) or the steamed buns. The wait staff isn't as surly as other Chinatown spots, and diners from simple to adventurous will enjoy the food. It can get packed (by locals) so make a reservation if you can or go a little early (like 6:30 pm) for dinner.
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