Sushi in Evans

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With help from their sons, friends, and colleagues, lifelong restaurateurs Rob and Kelly Kukura opened 95a Bistro & Sushi in 2011, winning nearly instant acclaim from Boulder Magazine. The menu draws inspiration from Latin, Mediterranean, and Asian cuisines, showcasing hot and cold tapas such as bacon-wrapped dates and beef carpaccio along with entrees of brie-covered vegetable gnocchi and scottish salmon flavored with smoked-paprika brown butter. Their wide selection of sashimi and nigiri-style sushi includes the Firecracker specialty roll, whose fillings of citrus-aioli-topped crunchy tuna can be heard all the way down the street. The restaurant serves its brunches, lunches, and dinners both inside and on a seasonal outdoor patio overlooking a sprawling lawn.

1381 Forest Park Cir
Lafayette,
CO
US

At Ooka Sushi, the chefs satisfy practically any Asian-cuisine craving, not just those for artfully prepared and presented sushi and sashimi. They also slow cook broccoli and bell peppers in a thick Thai peanut curry, marinate duck meat in Chinese fire spices and fry it to a golden crisp, and deep fry shrimp in tempura batter.

6485 W 120th Ave
Broomfield,
CO
US

Inspired by Thailand's tri-wheeled mode of transportation, Tuk Tuk Thai Bistro escorts palates on a flavorful trot through the streets of Thailand with a delicious assortment of traditional and contemporary Thai dishes. Post-breakfast, pre-dinner patrons can select from Tuk Tuk's lunch menu of true-to-roots treats, including the drunken noodles, a boisterous combination of shrimp, bell pepper, onion, basil, and fresh rice noodles ($8.85) that is sure to delight the senses while embarrassing reserved relatives at food family reunions. The Tuk Tuk dinner menu contains many traditional tributes to Thai cooking and offers contemporary recipes such as the purple eggplant, a sultry serving of lightly battered eggplant escorted by assorted mussels, shrimp, scallops, calamari, and bell peppers, all doused in Tuk Tuk's basil-flourished house sauce ($14). No matter the time of day, flavor-craving customers can chow down on a fresh selection of sushi, featuring the Godzilla roll ($10), a monstrous amalgamation of salmon, tuna, red spanner, yellowtail, and green onion struggling to break free from a miso dressing drizzle and the weight of societal expectations.

10667 Westminster Blvd
Westminster,
CO
US

• For $10, you get $20 worth of Asian cuisine during lunch from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. • For $20, you get $40 worth of Asian cuisine during dinner from 3 p.m. until 11 p.m. Diners who redeem their Groupon Thursday, Friday, or Saturday after 8:30 p.m. receive complimentary edamame and sake.

10431 Town Center Dr
Broomfield,
CO
US

The culinary wizards of Mt. Fuji Sushi & Hibachi synergize bold and rich flavors from fresh ingredients and meats before their customers’ eyes. Hibachi preparations of filet mignon ($24.50) and salmon ($20.50) eschew the kitchen for the dinner table, where red-hatted chefs grill meals inches away from patrons that will devour and name first-born children after the seared morsels. Special sushi rolls compete for diners’ attentions with unique swaths of ingredients; the Rock ‘n’ Roll is laced with mango, avocado, and shrimp tempura ($13.75), and the Godzilla roll balances its triple-fish attack with caviar and scallions ($12.25). The restaurant’s wide array hibachi grill-top tables encourages socialization, where strangers can become close companions as they marvel at their chef’s showmanship and amaze onlookers with their broccoli-catching skills.

6100 S Main St
Aurora,
CO
US

Yelpers give the restaurant a 3.5-star average, and 82% of Urbanspooners recommend it:

14045 E Evans Ave
Aurora,
CO
US