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Try Japanese cuisine in Fort Collins with these three restaurant recommendations

Stephanie Graham

FORT COLLINS, CO - For residents who live in Fort Collins and want to eat something different, how about eating Japanese food? These are three easy-to-reach Japanese restaurant recommendations in Fort Collins.

Suehiro Japanese Restaurant
The serving dishes from Suehiro Japanese Restaurant is famous for being unique because it still has a traditional side but doesn't forget a bit modern touch. Located in the Front Range Village, Suehiro will take you to explore Japan with their cuisine.

If you visit, don't forget to try the Dynamite Lunch Special with two choices of sushi rolls. Don't like fish? Don't worry; Suehiro has a fish-free menu and a special menu for kids. There is also a wide variety of sake, beer and wine to suit your preferences.

Mt. Fuji
As the name implies, the Mt Fuji restaurant has an interior design in the form of a mural of Mount Fuji. Mt Fuji is committed to always serving dishes using fresh and quality ingredients. If you don't want to eat on the spot, take-out or delivery options can be an alternative to eating with the closest people.

Don't forget to try the sushi and sashimi, which are the mainstays of this restaurant. There is also Sesame Chicken, Soup Noodle, Tempura Udon, and many more.

Tokyo Joe's
Want to eat chewy Asian noodles? Tokyo Joe's is the place to be. This restaurant offers various noodles and other Japanese specialties such as Yellow Curry, Poke, Sushi Grade Salmon, Ahi Tuna, Grilled Shrimp, and many more. All ingredients at Tokyo Joe's always use the best quality so that customers can be satisfied.

Don't forget to mix the dishes here with a wide selection of sauces. Poke bowls and salads can be an alternative to your healthy lifestyle because they use fresh vegetables.

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