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THe NY Dish with a SF twist


deliciously tasty

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THe NY Dish with a SF twist


deliciously tasty

 

Finally!

The New York inspired dish comes to the Bay Area. From the busy food streets of the East Coast to the gourmet style of the Wild West. Hella Halal offers a west coast twist to the traditional halal plate. We are devoted to using high quality ingredients to produce a fresh, delicious, and tantalizing flavors that will keep you coming back for more!

 

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Halal=Better


Feel good about what you eat.

Halal means kosher/blessed meat. 

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Halal=Better


Feel good about what you eat.

Halal means kosher/blessed meat. 

Take a Look

Hella Halal, Halal Platter.  The newest San Francisco chatter. 

This classic New York halal dish.  We spiced it with a San Fran twist.

Hella delicious


Get ready to get Hella Saucey (our red and white combined) it brings it all together. 

Hella delicious


Get ready to get Hella Saucey (our red and white combined) it brings it all together. 

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Evolving Since 2012, Hella Halal, formerly Halal Halal made their debut at the SF Underground Market. At the time, it's mission was to bring east coast flavors to the west coast. After gaining experience from other food events, such as Food Social and SF Brewfest it was time for a change. A former employee, now founder, proposed to re-invent Halal Halal into Hella Halal - a Mediterranean Fusion flavor that still highlights the NY staple.

Hella Halal has taken the food experience to the next level. First off we crisp and baste our gyro to give it that extra pop. Our fresh handcrafted Shriratta Sauce is made from a sriracha base inspired with middle eastern seasonings to give it a hot/tangy flavoring and pairs perfectly along with the cool Thizziki Sauce which is made from a greek yogurt base mixed with fresh locally grown cucumbers,lemons, mint, and the secret seasonings all blended to give you a unique mouthwatering experience. 

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