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|Restaurants|San Francisco, CA 94118

312 8th Ave, San Francisco, CA 94118

(415) 221-9165

http://halu.cafes-world.com/

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Yakitori & Kushikatsu (Japanese style skewers)

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Kevin M. on Citysearch

8 years ago

09/13/2012, 09:20 AM
Incredible little Izakaya hole in the wall! Surrounded by Beatles memorabilia, you'll eat some of the best yakitori in town. Great service too. Get the Erichan Mochi!
Darren L. on Insider Pages

10 years ago

03/24/2010, 07:16 AM
Best Yakitori in SF The food here is delicious and brings back memories of all my Tokyo trips... yakitori of all sorts. gizzards, chicken, beef, pork belly(yummmm!!), and many more. We usually order a lot of skewers and LOTS of beer here! Make sure you order the crispy chicken over rice dish. I can't wait to go back this weekend.....getting buzzed with good friends eating tasty food listening to Beatles's music.... Good times!!!
Darren L. on Insider Pages

10 years ago

03/24/2010, 01:09 AM
Best Yakitori in SF The food here is delicious and brings back memories of all my Tokyo trips... yakitori of all sorts. gizzards, chicken, beef, pork belly(yummmm!!), and many more. We usually order a lot of skewers and LOTS of beer here! Make sure you order the crispy chicken over rice dish.
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Chelsea Lin on Citysearch

12 years ago

09/24/2008, 09:54 AM
Inner Richmond rock 'n' roll-themed, family-run eatery specializing in grilled meat on a stick? Only in San Francisco. – Skewered chicken gizzards may not sound like a popular snack, but witnessing the sheer number of these salty sticks emerging from the kitchen is enough to prove otherwise. Sure, the menu includes ramen, a few rice bowls and a handful of fairly predictable appetizers, but diners pack this restaurant's narrow dining space bedecked in '60s rock memoribilia for the yakitori: a grilled Japanese street snack traditionally made primarily from chicken (every imaginable part, mind you) but here also available in skirt steak, bacon-wrapped scallops, shitake mushrooms and more than a dozen other items. There's also a kushi-katsu menu--similarly skewered meats and veggies battered, deep fried and served with a housemade vinegary brown sauce and wasabi mayo. Doesn't everything taste better on a stick?
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