Hawaiian Drive Inn

★★★★☆
  • 4827 Mission St

    San Francisco, CA 94112

    Cross street: at France

    Map & Directions
  • 415-586-9382

About Hawaiian Drive Inn

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Daily 9:30 a.m.-9 p.m.

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Soft, tender, fried pieces of pork chop.....yummy! It's a very simple restaurant.....few tables, kitchen behind counter, and excellent food. I've tried the chicken katsu and korean ribs...both are really good. They give generous portions so I usually can't finish it all in one setting.

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★★★★☆

Soft, tender, fried pieces of pork chop.....yummy! It's a very simple restaurant.....few tables, kitchen behind counter, and excellent food. I've tried the chicken katsu and korean ribs...both are really good. They give generous portions so I usually can't finish it all in one setting.

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Hawaiian Drive in is similar to L&L however...L&L cooks their chicken with the skin and when I get BBQ chicken from Hawaiian Drive in their chicken does not have the skin on there. The food is always good they are very consistent with their food quality.

3
★★★☆☆

Hawaiian Drive in is similar to L&L however...L&L cooks their chicken with the skin and when I get BBQ chicken from Hawaiian Drive in their chicken does not have the skin on there. The food is always good they are very consistent with their food quality.

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This restaurant which is similar to L & L is good, same variety of food and the service here was good, the restaurant is in a cozy little spot and the people are nice. Good decent prices fun for the whole family.

3
★★★☆☆

This restaurant which is similar to L & L is good, same variety of food and the service here was good, the restaurant is in a cozy little spot and the people are nice. Good decent prices fun for the whole family.

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Hawaiian Drive Inn is a super small fast food type of restaurant. the prices are reasonable but I would not recommend eating here because the restaurant is not well kept at all. They serve the typical Hawaiian barbeque type of food. The chicken katsu is pretty good and they give you good sized portions. However, unless you are near this area, I don't feel like it is worth it because there are other places just as good.

3
★★★☆☆

Hawaiian Drive Inn is a super small fast food type of restaurant. the prices are reasonable but I would not recommend eating here because the restaurant is not well kept at all. They serve the typical Hawaiian barbeque type of food. The chicken katsu is pretty good and they give you good sized portions. However, unless you are near this area, I don't feel like it is worth it because there are other places just as good.

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This place reminds me of the whole in the wall roadside places in Hawaii. (I think thats where they got the idea.) The food is very close to authentic hawaiian food I had. I ordered the kahlua pig over rice with a side of macaroni salad. The portions were huge, I couldn't even finish it. It cost under $7. My friend ordered the seafood special, which had deep fried shrimp, mahi mahi, and a choice of meat, with a side of salad and rice, which was also under $7. They put the orders in foam packages, just like hawaii, so its great to order to go. Go on weekends when the have pork lau lau and kahlua pig, and some other weekend specials. Its always so crowded, so it might take about 5-10 minutes to get your order (call in your order first.)

2
★★★★★

This place reminds me of the whole in the wall roadside places in Hawaii. (I think thats where they got the idea.) The food is very close to authentic hawaiian food I had. I ordered the kahlua pig over rice with a side of macaroni salad. The portions were huge, I couldn't even finish it. It cost under $7. My friend ordered the seafood special, which had deep fried shrimp, mahi mahi, and a choice of meat, with a side of salad and rice, which was also under $7. They put the orders in foam packages, just like hawaii, so its great to order to go. Go on weekends when the have pork lau lau and kahlua pig, and some other weekend specials. Its always so crowded, so it might take about 5-10 minutes to get your order (call in your order first.)

Pros: Authentic, Cheap, Tasty

Cons: Crowded

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this is a great hole in the wall place for cheap and tasty food. everything is around $5 and comes with generous portions of rice and mac salad. the chicken katsu is way better than that served by any japanese restaurant in the city! can be crowded during the lunch and dinner hours

2
★★★★★

this is a great hole in the wall place for cheap and tasty food. everything is around $5 and comes with generous portions of rice and mac salad. the chicken katsu is way better than that served by any japanese restaurant in the city! can be crowded during the lunch and dinner hours

Pros: cheap, chicken katsu

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Generous portions of meat, rice, and macaroni salad in every lunch plate. The mini-plates are served with a scoop of rice and macaroni salad, and the meat of your choice. If you're feeling extremely hungry, get the regular plate where it comes with an extra scoop of rice and meat. It is bound to fill you up. The food is served over the counter and there are a few places to sit and enjoy your meal. Nothing fancy though. Starting at $3.50 for the mini-plates and $5 for the regular plate, it is a very good bargain.

2
★★★★☆

Generous portions of meat, rice, and macaroni salad in every lunch plate. The mini-plates are served with a scoop of rice and macaroni salad, and the meat of your choice. If you're feeling extremely hungry, get the regular plate where it comes with an extra scoop of rice and meat. It is bound to fill you up. The food is served over the counter and there are a few places to sit and enjoy your meal. Nothing fancy though. Starting at $3.50 for the mini-plates and $5 for the regular plate, it is a very good bargain.

 

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