Time Out says
Quality Japanese cuisine, ranging from dumplings to rice dishes, is served up in a modest setting. Expect mammoth portions of hearty food at reasonable prices.
This longstanding city centre restaurant has served up Japanese staples for many years. The menu consists of small dishes, such as gyoza, fried noodle dishes, including yaki soba and fuji beef men, as well as chicken katsu curry, chahan (fried rice) and steaming bowls of ramen. Japanese beers such as Asahi Super Dry and Sapporo are available, or for something a little fancier there’s the option of plum wine or sake.
The interior is simple, bordering on stark, but the decor is not the reason to visit Fuji Hiro, rather its quality, good value meals (a set meal, which includes a side dish, main and beer starts at £15.95) are what attract its customers. Portions are generous, in particular the chahan and yaki soba, which are served in mountainous proportions.