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Hawker Fare
Asian Fusion Restaurant$$
Today 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 9:30 pm
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2300 Webster St Oakland, CA 94612
2300 Webster StreetUSCaliforniaOakland94612
(510) 832-8896hawkerfare.com
$$Asian Fusion RestaurantToday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 9:30 pm
Monday 11:30 am – 2:30 pmTuesday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 9:30 pmWednesday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 9:30 pmThursday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 5:30 – 9:30 pmFriday 11:30 am – 2:30 pm, 5:00 – 10:00 pmSaturday 5:00 – 10:00 pmSunday Closed
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Trendy neighborhood joint offers local organic Asian street food in a lively graffiti-covered space.- Google
"Also tried the condensed milk soft serve cone and the coconut rice pudding."
"Short ribs and pork belly."
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Marlon Evangelista
2 months ago
I think I found my new favorite Asian fusion lunch spot. My coworker and I shared the blistered green beans, which contained a nice little kick. I had the gai yang, which looked, smelled, and tasted amazing. Great grill marks on the chicken, which was moist with the crispy skin. The mint leaves that came with the dish acted as a nice palate refresher.
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Marie T. Fisher
5 months ago
Hawker Fare is so confident in its new digs that it didn't even bother to remove the large Amber Dhara sign above the door (just look at the posted menu to know that you're at the right spot). Our group of six for dinner was seated promptly and well attended to. The street-style food is heavily Thai influenced, so expect lots of curries, meats, and funk (which should be cut with hand-held helpings of jasmine and sticky rice). Note: It's a tiki bar, so the only non-rum based cocktail is a Singapore Sling, expertly made with gin and not at all sugary.
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Faye Marshall
11 months ago
Prefect & hip & dekicious low key meal in uptown! Salt and pepper shrimp were the highlight. Sweet service staff also, very attentive and knowledgeable...awesome hip hop music too~
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Adam Louis Mortimer
a year ago
A very laid back and fantastic Southeast Asian "street food" restaurant, though I would hardly describe the quality as "street" anything. The chefs know how to play with seasonal ingredients, providing a varied and fresh menu that will make you come back again and again. They are definitely known for their pork belly rice bowl, but I find their entire menu to be extremely polished and tasty. Linden St. Brewery brews a beer only for them called Supafly. It is a rice beer, packed with citrusy and crisp flavor, though lacks nearly all carbonation. It pairs quite nicely with this genre of food. Make sure to come early, as there is often a line.
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Abigail Gutierrez
2 months ago
We were promptly seated, early for a reservation, then moved. All within 5 minutes. Then ignored for another five, before we left. Very unfortunate, as I looked forward to experiencing what I heard was a wonderful restaurant.
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Sherilyn Chew
a year ago
Finally got to try this place! I've been wanting to come here for a while! It's best to go with a big group to be able to try a bunch of different things. It's small plates, so you can get a lot of dishes - we got a bunch! Nice to try a variety of tastes, textures and flavors. Everything was very flavorful. My faves were the Crispy Duck Leg (special) - I loved the basil caramel; the Satay Beef Short Ribs - well-seasoned, and the peanut satay was good and not overly sweet; and the Fried Chicken - which was reminiscent of Japanese kara age (I recommend getting the sauce on the side for best flavor). But everything was good!
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Tu Lam
a year ago
We came here to celebrate a friend's birthday. He has been reading up on reviews and was talking about it for a month or so. We thought it would be the perfect place to take him. This place is a upscale version of Asian street foods. The flavors are good, the presentation simple and clean. I ordered the pork belly which I really liked. The short rib my friend ordered was good. We did share an order of mussels which was serviced with a bowl of rice. I didn't feel full when I was done eating, but I would go back on a day where I wasn't starving.
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Rob B
a year ago
It's right around the corner from my office, and the cuisine is a ray of light in a rather bleak array of Uptown Luncheries. It's a bit too dear for everyday, but perfect for special day lunches. I crave their dishes of noodles and greens, porkbelly and chicken combinations, and would never think of bypassing the egg on top. They call it "street food" but it's like street food reinterpreted, using very good ingredients. Don't be put off by the throngs if Pandora hipsters waiting for tables. Service is fast and efficient, and the wait is never long. Now shut up and eat your noodles.
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