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Nipa Hut | Hi Sushi | Durbar Bistro

Let’s continue our culinary consultation and exploration of eateries in Cheyenne with another look at the Asian persuasion in the city’s food scene. Cheyenne offers several classic options when it comes to the Asian food. From sushi to steamed buns, Cheyenne has something for you!

Nipa Hut – 4014 Central Ave

Locally owned Filipino restaurant Nipa Hut is one of the more unique flavors to come to the Captiol City in a while. Nipa Hut offers food you won’t find anywhere else in the city, perhaps the region. The menu includes Filipino classics like pancit (stir-fried rice noodles), siopao (a handheld dinner in a steamed bun) to the favorite of yours truly, pork sisig, a delicious, savory dish that is as spicy as it is comforting.


Hi Sushi – 2543 E. Lincolnway

Officially Delectable Donuts and Hi Sushi, this Asian gem has a treat for your morning, noon, and night! The restaurant is easy enough to find, so if you haven’t been here yet you’re missing out. Hi Sushi offers multiple classic sushi fare, as well as a few of its own twists like the New Torch Wyoming Roll, combining shrimp tempura, mango sauce, and even mozzarella cheese! In addition to sushi, they offer delicious teriyaki (in regular and crunchy/spicy flavors), and don’t forget those Delectable Donuts. The buttermilk donut is to die for!


Durbar Bistro3515 E. Lincolnway

This article has taken us from the Philippines to Japan, now, hang on to your hats, folks, as we swing by India with the fare from Durbar Bistro. Of course, the first thing we know, if it doesn’t have good, traditional bread, it’s a naan-starter (see what I did there?) but in Durbar’s case it’s absolutely delicious – not to mention it comes in several different flavors. Then there are those amazing entrees, like saag (try it in lamb!) and creamy, nutty korma. Once again, this restaurant offers one a unique experience outside the typical in the region.

In this series, we’re highlighting some of the restaurants around the county that may be a bit off the beaten path, but are well-worth the stop. Check out the rest of the Off the Eatin' Path for more foodie delights!