Hải Ký Mì Gia

Vietnamese, Noodles
707 Ellis St (at Larkin St.)
San Francisco, CA 94109
(415) 771-2577
8:00am - 6:00pm
8:00am - 6:00pm
8:00am - 6:00pm
8:00am - 6:00pm
8:00am - 6:00pm
8:00am - 6:00pm



  • A quick note though: they're not open on Wednesday. So, don't go there hungry on Wednesday like I did. #fail
  • Pick a meat. Egg or rice noodle. Thick or skinny. Soup in or on the side. Simple menu...amazingly satisfying and delicious.
  • The best duck leg egg noodle soup. They have ruined me for life and I wish they had it here in NYC. Get their fried fishcakes as well :-)
  • Duck soup is great. Beef with beef ball also good and the added doughnuts nice for dipping in the soup.
  • nside the two narrow rooms of this Vietnamese-Chinese noodle shop, you see heads bent over bowls of soup, but it's not pho. They are best known for their braised duck leg with wonton and egg noodles.
  • Cakwe only serve on the weekend's
  • Hands down the best noodle soup place in the bay area! Try their great fish balls, with soup on the side. Also, their kidney dish is great.
  • Order some warm soy milk. Fresh and amazing. Also the braised duck is a must!
  • Duck noodle soup with wontons. Just do it.
  • get some of the best soup noodles in SF!
  • Egg noodles over rice noodles imo.
  • Duck soup!!
  • Not really much for vegetarians. I had dry noodles.
  • The duck leg wonton noodle soup is great, the broth wonderfully flavorful right out of the kitchen without any need to dress it up with condiments
  • Got the wanton and braised duck. It was ok, but the taste is a bit sweet (by sugar)
  • Duck noodles very good
  • duck leg & wonton noodle soup is solid, but the seafood noodle soup (#13) has the best broth
  • #7 is what to order.
  • Ph may be the most recognized breakfast soup, but there are endless possibilities. In the heart of Little Saigon, this Chinese/Vietnamese hybrid soup spot has over 30 steamy bowls to choose from.

Nearby places

399 Golden Gate Ave (Larkin)
560 Larkin St (btwn Eddy & Turk St)
625 Larkin St (at Willow St.)