This Chinese restaurant, Hunan Home's Restaurant can hold upto 80 people in their banquet room. Serving appetizers, soups, fowl and beef entrees, this restaurant also serves seafood dishes. Guests get a choice of different kinds of fried rice, ranging from chicken fried rice to shrimp fried rice and a selection of chow mein dishes. …
Terrible food & place, will avoid in the future. A group of friends ate there one weekend and one of them felt sick. I also found there are too much MSG in the food, and greasy. Wonder how often they change the cooking oil, esp. the fried grill. Service is not there as well. We would not go back there again.
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Best Chinese Food in SF. I love this place. I take friends there whenever they visit SF. Thank you Underwoods for introducing me to Hunan Homes.
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Standard. They offer competent standard chinese food- nothing outstanding. we had their dinner "type A" and ordered a few other vegetarian dishes off their dinner menu. each dish was what it claimed to be- eggrolls were eggrolls, sweet & sour pork was sweet & sour and made w/ pork, etc. nothing special about this place. the bathroom is downstairs and a bit cramped and dirty (at least for the women's room).
love the food horrible service. I went with my family and I had a great time.dfff
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best deal Chinese food in town for your $$. Consistent tasty hommy Chinese food with great service. Hidden jewel on a side street in China town. Local's favorite to go place for yummy Chinese food!
Authentic fast-food Chinese.
We were in town for a few days and had read some rave reviews on this place so we thought we should give it a try.
We had no choice but to go on a Friday night, so we decided to make a reservation just in case they were still busy by 8:30pm (late dinner). Sure enough, when we arrived, the line was out the door. So much so that we had a hard time getting to the front desk to give them our name for the reservation.
Because of parking struggles we were 15 minutes late for our reservation, but they promptly sat us within 10 minutes anyways and didn't give us a dirty look nor snide comment for being late (nice change from other places!).
This restaurant is not fancy-in food nor decor, but if good food, served quickly at a great price is your goal, than this place will deliver. Our chow mein was a tad greasy, but the gyoza was amazing as was the made from scratch chicken and asparagus with black bean sauce. Portions aren't huge, and they charge you $1 per person for steamed rice (which I thought was a tad tacky). That being said, the flavor was good, and the ingredients fresh.
It's not fine dining Chinese where you would expect to get a whole crab served with garlic sauce, but as I mentioned above if fast-food Chinese at a good price is your goal, than this is your place.
Note, parking is a bear, so do alot extra time to either drive around the block a couple of times, or to find yourself a parking garage.
Great Chinese Food. I found this restaurant through City Search and was very pleased. We were seated in a reasonable amount of time. The staff was very polite, although we had some language barrier. I liked it because if felt more authentic. After placing our order, the food started arriving hot off the wok. It was delicious! I have a hard time finding sweet and sour pork that I really like. Theirs was tasty. Parking was a little tricky the first night, but we figured out by the second. Yes, it was so good we ate their two nights in a row!
Excellent Chinese food. Upon reading reviews from others, my wife and I ate at Hunan Home during a recent San Francisco trip, and ended up going back before we left. The food was excellent, the prices reasonable, the service great and we had no trouble being seated quickly both times. There is your standard "chinese" fare like sweet and sour chicken and orange chicken, but also you can find other more interesting dishes like squid with spicy salt and smoked hunan pork, which are excellent. The sizzling rice soup was superb, and the green beans with diced pork had a wonderful flavor, as you could really taste the pork and the subtle spicyness. The service was friendly and prompt both times and getting to the restaurant was easy, as we just got off the cable car at jackson/powell and walked a couple of blocks.
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