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Hed Verythai


88 Hardie Pl, San Francisco
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Hed Verythai takes most of the decision-making out of a meal, a concept we welcome since we live on a neverending hamster wheel of choices. The minimalist, warehouse-like Thai spot in Union Square specializes in set lunch and dinner menus that reflect the Thai style of eating prepared dishes over rice, or khao gaeng. All you have to do is pick your entrée, like sautéed beef or coconut mushroom soup, and let the assortment of three sides, like papaya salad or spicy glass noodle salad, get decided for you. Go for the creamy red curry entrée with duck and chunks of pineapple, which is one of the more flavorful entrées on the menu (another, the fried fish, is a bit one-note). At around $25 each, the sets are a good amount of food, and some of the better value sit-down meals in the area. 

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