Inside Delectable Donuts. Kyle Hong has expanded more than half his space to Hi Sushi Asian cuisine. It’s a bold venture that will hopefully take off.

My wife and I ordered some Alaska rolls (pictured above) and the New Torch Wyoming Roll (below), that has shrimp tempura and cream cheese inside and torched whitefish, mozzarella cheese, crunch and chef special mango sauce. I was surprised when the chef fired up a propane torch to caramelize the top, a nice touch.


Hi Sushi has been up and running for about 3 weeks and I think that most people will be pleased. A couple of patrons I asked were very pleased with their lunch. One couple I talked to rated it a 7 out 10. He had spent 5 years in Japan while the woman with him was from Japan. They both said it’s not like what they found there, but that is to be expected in Cheyenne, Wyoming. After all, some of the best Mexican food in town is not authentic and most gringos accept this and may prefer it that way.

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I am a big proponent of supporting local business whenever possible. I will patronize the chain restaurants on occasion, but I actively support and encourage others to keep the dollars local and keep our economy and dining options strong. Cheyenne can always use another good restaurant and another successful business.

Hi Sushi at 2543 E. Lincolnway in Cheyenne, next to McDonald's, is an easy recommend. I feel Kyle has his heart in this venture and I believe he will do well. I wish him all the best.

The food was good and worth further investigation. I look forward to trying the sashimi and tempura next time.