The name Hapa is derived from the Hawaiian term that describes a harmonious blend of Asian and American cultures. Like our name, our food reflects ... More
Hapa Sushi Grill & Sake Bar - Pearl St Boulder
The name Hapa is derived from the Hawaiian term that describes a harmonious blend of Asian and American cultures. Like our name, our food reflects this dynamic combination. The menu is based on traditional Japanese cooking fundamentals which are then amplified, muted, or mixed with influences from many different styles of cooking until they are something completely new: they're Hapa. We have stretched the boundaries of creativity to develop dishes that defy all the rules while holding true to our roots. We hope that you will find our menu innovative, uninhibited, and distinctly fun! Incomplete parties will not be sat until complete.
This is the first place I ever tried sushi and now I just can’t stop. It was a great starting point to a great life with sushi. It’s a local favorite and I would need my fix at least once a week. It’s a great place to grab a bit with friends and to try new pieces. It’s fresh and the staff if great. I would also try the fruity sake if they still have it. Worth every penny!
Hapa is a fairly cliche sushi restaurant. The atmosphere is pretentious and annoying and the clientele, especially while school is in town, is young and hipster. The food is mediocre at best. The fish is as fresh as it could be in Colorado but the preperation does not highlight the ingredients or flavors. Other than rolls, which are poor, I would not recommend ordering sushi or sashimi. Overall, this restaurant is poor, both in value and quality. Colorado is not a hot bed of seafood or sushi restaurants but there are a handful that are far, far better than this place
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