With all that seafood I was surprised that this dish was just $16.95, the same price as Ryan’s entree. Plus, we got all those sides. It was a feast. Mt. Fuji serves a lot of food!
I would definitely go back to Mt. Fuji if I wasn’t on this mission to try all the Asian soups and tacos in Northern Colorado.
I’m big on ambiance and this place has it in spades. I love the tiny patio, but inside, the bar is pretty chill too. Mojo Taqueria has that “we’re pretty cool without trying” feel.
I haven’t been to Japan, but this is the kind of ramen restaurant I imagine is all over the place. Get it in my face fast because I gotta run, kind of ramen.
This time, I visit a new-ish stripmall in Firestone, Colorado, and find some amazing pho.
Open for 35 years, this mom-and-pop restaurant has played a part in many people’s lives. In fact, I have a friend who grew up in Northern Colorado who claims it as her favorite. She is the first person who introduced me to Young’s Cafe many, many years ago.
I do not enjoy or intend to throw any small business under the bus, especially when I am no official pho critique. However, I know what I like and do not like.
I can’t seem to keep up with new restaurant openings. Kujira Ramen opened a year ago in Fort Collins, and I just discovered it yesterday.
A longtime Mexican food restaurant in Berthoud opened a spot in Loveland and we finally went, on Valentine’s Day.
You may not know it yet, but you want your pho to have spicy broth. Time to visit New Pho in Evans, Colorado.
Come eat raman with me! Nope, it’s not pho but it is Asian and there are noodles and it is soup, kind of.