Henry's Hunan Restaurant

★★★★★
  • 1016 Bryant St

    San Francisco, CA 94103

    Map & Directions
  • 415-861-5808

About Henry's Hunan Restaurant

Hours
Closed Saturday & Sunday Monday - Friday 11:30 a.m. - 9 p.m

Food

Food
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Henry's Hunan can get pretty packed during lunch-time so it's probably best to get there at spot on noon if you want to guarantee a table.

We have ordered take out before and it was quick & easy & greasy. Not exactly sensational but then again it delivered on expectations.

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Henry's Hunan can get pretty packed during lunch-time so it's probably best to get there at spot on noon if you want to guarantee a table.

We have ordered take out before and it was quick & easy & greasy. Not exactly sensational but then again it delivered on expectations.

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If you want consistently great food that is an excellent value, this is the place. I have been going here since it was a very small hole-in-the-wall many years ago, and the food never disappoints. The atmosphere is lively, but not at all

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If you want consistently great food that is an excellent value, this is the place. I have been going here since it was a very small hole-in-the-wall many years ago, and the food never disappoints. The atmosphere is lively, but not at all

Pros: Great food, Consistent quality, Unpretentious

Cons: Sometimes too crowded, Weak drink selection, Parking (what's new?)

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former Macromedian, I have had dozens of lunches and carry out dinners from Henry's on Bryant. The service is prompt, efficient and very friendly. The food kicks major butt. The soup starter, chicken with green beans in spicy sauce, cold

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former Macromedian, I have had dozens of lunches and carry out dinners from Henry's on Bryant. The service is prompt, efficient and very friendly. The food kicks major butt. The soup starter, chicken with green beans in spicy sauce, cold

Pros: fresh, spicy, excellent service

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Authentic Hunan Cuisine!! Perfect for Chinese food lovers. Inexpensive and fast service. And you get free hot&sour soup with lunch. Best hot sour soup in town...I swear!! And if you like spicy, this is the place to eat.

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Authentic Hunan Cuisine!! Perfect for Chinese food lovers. Inexpensive and fast service. And you get free hot&sour soup with lunch. Best hot sour soup in town...I swear!! And if you like spicy, this is the place to eat.

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Started going to Henry's Hunans on Kearny Street when they first opened 30 years ago. Later, they opened a place on Sansome Street/Broadway. For the past couple of years the quality of food has gone straight downhill. Diana's Special is

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Started going to Henry's Hunans on Kearny Street when they first opened 30 years ago. Later, they opened a place on Sansome Street/Broadway. For the past couple of years the quality of food has gone straight downhill. Diana's Special is

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Food is nicely flavored, crunchy textures are wonderful. Diana's pie is my favorite,

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Food is nicely flavored, crunchy textures are wonderful. Diana's pie is my favorite,

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The food is super spicy(if you ask them to make it that way) so be careful, but the Diana's special is to die for, and the curry chicken, and hot and sour chicken is not to be missed.

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The food is super spicy(if you ask them to make it that way) so be careful, but the Diana's special is to die for, and the curry chicken, and hot and sour chicken is not to be missed.

Pros: Inexpensive, Tasty food

Cons: Not trendy

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Talk about a place that caters to those who love generic, mediocre Chinese food, but who obviously don't really know anything about Chinese food. This is it. For the lunch crowd thats looking for cheap grub, it'll do. But even then, its

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Talk about a place that caters to those who love generic, mediocre Chinese food, but who obviously don't really know anything about Chinese food. This is it. For the lunch crowd thats looking for cheap grub, it'll do. But even then, its

Pros: inexpensive

Cons: way too salty, not authentic, not spicy enough

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We tucked into all of our favorites at Henry's Hunan Restaurant, starting with the onion cake and the dumplings. We tried a large selection of dishes: the garlic chicken, the smoked ham, a spicy broccoli with ginger and black beans and…

 

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