Best Cajun Crawfish, Dungeness Crab & Fun Experience.
Casual little place in the middle of Outer Sunset District on a strip of majority Asian restaurants, serving Cajun broth style crawfish, 13 spices, garlic, butter & a bit of Asian love. They offer, mild, medium & spicy level, now if you are not a spicy person, mild is enough spice for you. However, if you can handle authentic thia & Korean spicy hot food, go for spicy, it will make you fell really good ;-)
Their spiciness is creeping up on you later, but goes away in half an hour. Beside crawfish from NOLA when its in season, they also offer wild caught Dungeness crab, clams, oysters.
Try 1 lb of crawfish with 2 corns, & NOLA sausage, come sout about $16. It ain't cheap, but the rent in SF is 4 times higher than Nola, so there you have it. If you want to get down & dirty with your fingers, this is the place for you!
The decor is simple, bunches of pictures of NOLA on the walls, a "Wall of Spicy" customers pictures, 2 plasma TVs, definitely a fun place to kicking it with friends over a few Nola beers, Shoju or glasses of wine! Service is great, friendly & family owns business, the waitress Amanda there is in the weekend & she's lots of fun to tell you about the restaurant & what not.
NOTE: Recommend on the Friday night & Sat night. RSVP for these 2 days is highly recommnend!
PRO: Great food, Fun experience, & excellent service.
CONS: Not good for kid, don't allow outside food, & Not recommend for "Fancy Pants."
Seafood by the pound is served up spicy in this casual Outer Sunset Cajun eatery..
Bibs and napkins are an absolute necessity for a messy meal at this family-run Outer Sunset spot, where the menu features seafood options (whole Dungeness crabs, shrimp, oysters and their signature crawfish flown in fresh from Louisiana) prepared in big bags of Cajun-style sauce, and eaten entirely with your hands. Even the mild variety of the sauce has some heat to it; the spicy is lip-numbing but extraordinarily flavorful. To help the burn, make sure you order a few chunks of corn on the cob--the only starch offered--and a round of beers. The decor is sparse and the tableware disposable, but at least no one leaves hungry.
Seafood by the pound is served up spicy in this casual Cajun eatery.. In Short Bibs and napkins are an absolute necessity for a meal at this family-run Outer Sunset spot, where the menu features shrimp, crab, oysters and, of course, crawfish prepared in big bags of Cajun-style sauce. Sides include sizable chunks of baguette, corn on the cob and sausage--all for a mere 50 cents. The decor is sparse and the tableware entirely disposable, but no one leaves hungry.
My favorite in the world!.
I discovered this place while living in SF 5 years ago and it became routine to order their food for delivery. Exceptional food... massive portion of wonton soup filled with wontons, amazing mongolian beef, etc. Since leaving SF 4 years ago I've missed the place a ton and have found nothing like it. Every visit back to the Bay area includes daily trips to Ha's. The best!!!