Row 1

312 8th Ave (at Clement St)
San Francisco, CA 94118
(415) 221-9165
Japanese, Noodles
$ $
Tue–Thu: 5:00 PM–10:00 PM Fri–Sat: 5:00 PM–11:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • You'd be hard-pressed to find better okonomiyaki in the city. Throw in the Beatles decor, the offal-laden yakitori, and the friendly family vibe and the tiny Halu's a win. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Order the gyu toro, chicken skin, and okonomiyaki.
  • Absolutely love this place. The staff are amazing and the food never fails.
  • Try a double shot of shochu with Ramune soda. Cuz it's weird but surprisingly delicious.
  • Halu's shining grace is not the ramen - but the yakitori. Juicy and delicious - the tontoro is a definite must order. The decor and the attentive waitstaff are another plus.
  • The okonomiyaki is good here! Crispy on the outside, soft and chewy on the inside.
  • Lovely baby
  • I know its not the focal point of their restaurant, but i really like their butter corn ramen. Spicy, of course.
  • They have lovely chicken hearts.
  • bacon-wrapped everything....
  • Best robata in SF. Ramen is okay--the Beatles-themed restaurant makes up for it and really adds a chill vibe to the whole dining experience. They also have yuzu shu! :)
  • Fantastic yakitori + Beatles = win!
  • You wouldn't usually equate ramen with The Beatles and '60s memorabilia, but thanks to their reliably delicious ramen, Halu gets away with it.
  • skewers are really good. nice little shop that features a great beatles environment.
  • This place is pretty unique due to its Beatles themed decor and selection of yakitori. It's very tiny though and you might need to wait.
  • The okonomiyaki is the closest taste to Hiroshima you're gonna get in this city
  • Treat yourself with chashu ramen and a smooth glass of potato shochu
  • A Beatles themed yakatori diner. 'nuff said.
  • Ramen is decent but still with the yakitori it's some of the best!
  • you're gonna wait for the okonomiyaki.