There are many things that people look forward to in the summer time. Pools, lakes and camping are some of the more popular outings that Fort Smith residents enjoy. However the best has to be traveling. Summer has always been considered the season of travel, and it is easy to see why: the kids are out of school so family vacations do not have to interfere with education. People in the Fort Smith area are blessed to live near an area that is filled with fun activities for all, as well as one of the best dining scenes in the state of Arkansas. This examiner is talking about Northwest Arkansas.
So what makes Northwest Arkansas so special? For starters, it has an activity to suit every taste from the new Crystal Bridges Museum and the Walton Performing Arts Center for the sophisticates to the Wal-Mart Visitor’s Center and the Jones Center for those looking for some family fun. Oh and one must not forget the great dining options available. The Northwest Arkansas region is home to every form of dining that can be found, including the only Hu Hot in the state.
So what is Hu Hot? Hu Hot is an all you can eat Asian restaurant with a twist. That twist is that the buffet items are not cooked. Customers choose the items that they want to eat by placing them in a bowl, then bring the bowl up to a chef who will cook the customer’s order on one of three Mongolian grills. This examiner visited the Hu Hot located at 637 East Joyce Blvd Ste 104 in Fayetteville, two years earlier and fell in love with the restaurant. He recently had the opportunity to return and found that the place is still serving quality Asian cuisine. The only complaint that can be made is that the bowls that customers use to gather up their items are too small. Whether this was done intentionally or not is unclear, however what is clear is that those with hearty appetites may be in peril. What this examiner suggests is using multiple bowls for your items. While Hu Hot does have a “one bowl per trip” rule, it is not enforced well. So like that intrepid warrior Genghis Khan, be bold in your efforts to conquer the buffet by grabbing that extra bowl.
For those who are unfamiliar with this style of dining, don’t feel bad. This examiner was unfamiliar with it at first. Hu Hot opened its doors in 1999 in the town of Missoula, Mont. Yes, this is a strange place for a Mongolian BBQ restaurant to start in. However one thing that can not be denied is that the quality of their menu is a cut above the rest.
So if you find yourself in Northwest Arkansas, stop by Hu Hot, and sample the best Mongolian BBQ in Arkansas.
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