They have a deal where you get any side and main course plus a bottle of beer for £14.95. Perhaps not the cheapest deal in town, it is good value for the quality of food on offer.
We went for gyoza dumplings (prawn for Joe and I and beef for Hunter Pig) which are meaty and flavoursome. Gyoza pastry is thicker than sui mei so the dumplings are much more filling, and really satisfying.
For mains I went for the spicy yaki soba (spicy fried noodles with chicken, prawns and vegetables) and the boys both had chili chicken men (noodles topped with chicken in a spicy curry sauce). The portions are massive, so while not super cheap, you do get your money's worth. My only (small) grumble is that I always want to up the vegetable-to-noodle ratio when I have noodles but that won't stop me going back again.
When the weather is crap and you need some spicy food, you could definitely do worse than popping into Fuji Hiro.
|Asahi Japanese lager|
|Me and Hunter Pig. Oink oink.|
|Fuji Hiro's press accolades|
|Tools of the trade|
|Gyoza dipping sauce|
|Chili chicken men|
|Spicy yaki soba|