You may well not have spotted it however, but KUJIRA RAMEN joined Fort Collins’ eating scene previous week, dishing up simmering bowls of ramen, steamed buns, and a range of other genuine Japanese and Asian-inspired offerings.
The new eatery is the latest undertaking for Nelson Zhu — who also owns Loveland’s Bowl Izakaya — and his KUJIRA company partner, Nan Yin.
KUJIRA is positioned at 2909 E. Harmony Road. Sandwiched involving The Authentic Pancake Household and Fuzzy’s Taco Shop, KUJIRA can take the location of the former Tom + Chee restaurant, which closed last February.
Due to the fact opening Bowl Izakaya, which also serves up authentic Japanese fare, about a 12 months in the past, Zhu said he found a unique curiosity in its ramen dishes.
From there, KUJIRA was born — offering a rotating ramen-focused menu featuring Zhu and Yin’s choose on the Japanese staple, as very well as other compact, Asian-influenced dishes, according to Zhu.
The restaurant at present provides dine-in and takeout and will before long offer delivery through DoorDash, Zhu stated. You can reach the cafe by calling 970-672-8426.
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