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HRD Coffee Shop

ADDRESS: 521 Third St, Suite A , San Francisco, CA 94107

CUISINE: Breakfast, Subs/Hoagies/Po-boys, Diner, Korean, Sandwiches, Burgers, Global/Eclectic

FEATURES: Handicap Access, Kid Friendly, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly, Vegetarian Friendly, Cash Only, Vegetarian Friendly

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A bargain-priced respite from the higher-end eateries in the SOMA neighborhood, HRD Coffee Shop serves satisfying, globally influenced diner fare. 

 

 

 

 

Cash Only. No alcohol available. Serving breakfast and lunch Mon–Sat. Closed Sun.

From Katie Popoff, San Francisco Chronicle, June 24, 2010:
"Call it a diner, perhaps a dive, but HRD Coffee Shop is no coffee shop. The menu's a bit of a grab bag - mixing Chinese, American, Korean and Mexican fare - but amid the array of often overpriced restaurants around AT&T Park, HRD might be one of S.F.'s best-kept secrets."

 

"The Mongolian cheesesteak (hoisin beef and green pepper stir-fry, punctuated with globs of Provolone) might be for the ravenous alone, but the kimchi burrito is good enough to seduce the skeptical. It's a fat roll stuffed with bits of incandescent pork and kimchi fried rice, all of it glowing with the capsicum sweetness of kochu chang, Korean spicy bean paste. "

— John Birdsall, SF Weekly, Sept. 9, 2010

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A bargain-priced respite from the higher-end eateries in the SOMA neighborhood, HRD Coffee Shop serves satisfying, globally influenced diner fare. 

 

 

 

 

 

From Katie Popoff, San Francisco Chronicle, June 24, 2010:
"Call it a diner, perhaps a dive, but HRD Coffee Shop is no coffee shop. The menu's a bit of a grab bag - mixing Chinese, American, Korean and Mexican fare - but amid the array of often overpriced restaurants around AT&T Park, HRD might be one of S.F.'s best-kept secrets."

 

"The Mongolian cheesesteak (hoisin beef and green pepper stir-fry, punctuated with globs of Provolone) might be for the ravenous alone, but the kimchi burrito is good enough to seduce the skeptical. It's a fat roll stuffed with bits of incandescent pork and kimchi fried rice, all of it glowing with the capsicum sweetness of kochu chang, Korean spicy bean paste. "

— John Birdsall, SF Weekly, Sept. 9, 2010

ADDITIONAL DETAILS
Cash Only. No alcohol available. Serving breakfast and lunch Mon–Sat. Closed Sun.

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