Delicious creative Japanese food! Taste and environment are sophisticated, yet prices are affordable. Has a large menu of ramen, sushi, and more. I want to come back and try it all. Also, a good and rare place for vegetarian eats in Loveland. Don’t worry, plenty of meats too. It’s a gem!
I brought my family here a couple of months back and loved everything about it. This time I brought my girlfriend here for a nice date and had an amazing time. The atmosphere is fantastic. They were playing Japanese music and had beautiful art on the walls. You can watch the chefs prepare food from the bar seating. The employees were very welcoming and made the experience even better. Even though the restaurant was very busy we got our food pretty fast. The restaurant even offered a take-out option and you can order your food online. The menu includes many different options that anybody could enjoy. My favorite so far is the Miso Ramen, but I plan on trying many more dishes. We also got a Crazy Boy Sushi Roll, Grilled Chicken Ramen, and an Orange Japanese Soda. The food tasted amazing and was served beautifully. The price was very reasonable for such good food. I wish Bowl Izakaya wasn’t 40 minutes from my house because I’d be here weekly if it was. I highly recommend trying this restaurant.
Food was really good. My wife had the rahman bowl and I had one of the premium sushi rolls, and we ordered some skewers. All delicious. Skewers portions could be a bit more substantial. Great selection of sake and Japanese beer. Excellent service.
I had the Spicy Chicken Ramen it was delicious!! The broth was flavorful and the spice was perfect! The chicken wasn’t my favorite but everything else was so delicious that it didnt matter. The Mild Beef Ramen was also full of flavor and the beef was very tender and juicy. The portions of the soup are huge so you will definitely get full off one soup. Definitely will be returning.
@bowlizakaya in Loveland for dinner. Very good pork belly bun. Not at all heavy or greasy. I’m always on the lookout for a good tonkotsu. This one was good: rich, flavorful, broth and the chashu was very good same as the bun but not as seared. The egg was interesting, rather than an ajitsuke tamago I’m pretty sure they did what I do at home, drop a raw egg into the hot broth. The egg whites were just barely cooked and the yolk very runny to enriched the broth. Amazing. It was crowded so I was seated at the counter. A lot of delivery people and to go orders. The restaurant was brightly lit but not garish and had a nice feel. I need to try the actual izakaya part I guess. Sitting at the counter watching all of the yakitori getting grilled has me itching for it. Next time.
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