Hawker Fare

Row 1

Details
2300 Webster St (23rd St.)
Oakland, CA 94612
(510) 832-8896
Asian
$ $
Hours
Tue–Thu: 5:30 PM–9:30 PM Fri–Sat: 5:30 PM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • put an egg on it.
  • Get the Pork belly. I keep meaning to try something else. Everytime I think I'll try something different the waitress comes by asks what I want and I say "I'll have the pork belly."
  • The idea here is to recreate Asian-style street food -- in a hip setting. The modest prices more than offset the cost of coming across the Bay to chow down.
  • Pro-tip: Spoon on your right hand, fork on the left. Eat with spoon.
  • Cucumber cool aid and jello shots!! Duh!
  • Loved the tamarind and honey rum drink. Delicious! And great service.
  • Try the Duck Rice Bowl - #kvpinmybelly: Succulent #duck meat over rice in #Oakland. Fried egg added a silky finish. Pickled vegetables gave it a nice hit of tang. LOVE!
  • The food is very good here and the service.
  • Lots of people talking about the pork belly, but the Gai Yang is better. Perfect chicken.
  • Omg I could drink the hot sauce. And get the peanuts they're good on every damn thing. The chicken rice is only ok, but everything else is consistently outstanding.
  • Ask for the chef's choice. It's a secret dish off the menu that is a tweak of their dishes that Justin is eating himself at the moment.
  • Good food, but its too loud
  • Whether it be the generous portions or the reasonable prices, this place will make everyone happy. They've recently acquired a liquor license so certainly try their Jackfruit daiquiri.
  • Revised menu is a tasty improvement! Definitely get the pork belly and the pancake with scallops. Always end your meal with a cone...
  • Skip the congee unless you love bland porridge, but save room for the Hawker Sundae forreaaaaal.
  • Michelin Star cuisine on a burger budget. Get the pork belly with the egg. Get everything with the egg.
  • The green beans with bacon are a must have. As is the BBQ chicken. Skip the cocktails if you're not into sweeter drinks. Be sure to try the crunchy rice salad, it really is a tasty dish.
  • For some reason the Valencia-outpost has a super low Yelp score compared to how much hype this place gets in Oakland. It's pan-Asian party food and the restaurant has the vibe to match.
  • If you are looking for some serious spice, try the Gai Thot.
  • Suggestion from ALM