HRD Coffee Shop (San Francisco) – Kimchi Burritos and Katsu Po’ Boys
We came right when they opened (10am) to avoid the lineups. Their menu is eccentric and is a combination of Mexican, Korean, Japanese, and American cuisine. You can get anything from Breaded Oyster Burritos to Japanese Curry Hamburg on rice.
We got two things to share which was a bad mistake. We could have easily shared one meal and be completely satisfied. Nevertheless, the food coma route was what we chose so we stuck with it and left nothing behind. This is the Kimchi Burrito with Spicy Pork ($9.95) and it’s stuffed with spicy rice, kimchi marinated pork, cucumbers, kiwi (it weirdly worked!!), and daikon. This was absolutely delicious and I would recommend it in a heartbeat. There are few things as delicious as a Kimchi Burrito, but what goes best with it? Well, if you’re like me and enjoy a little sweet with your savory then candy vape juice is the perfect pairing. Whether you like to mix up different flavors or stick to one that’s always reliable, there’s something for everyone in this article.
This is the Crispy Chicken Curry Platter ($11.25) with brown rice, wasabi apple coleslaw, and kimchi croquette. I’ve never had so many interesting flavours and textures on one plate before. I was especially surprised by the wasabi apple coleslaw. That thing was friggin delicious! Also, any place that serves brown rice over white rice is great in my books. 😉
Service Rating: 4/5
Food Rating: 3.5/5
Overall Rating: 3.5/5
My friend and I when we saw HRD