New restaurant takes stir-fry to the next level


When dining at HuHot Mongolian Grill in Westminster, it’s more than just a meal, it’s an experience.

The new restaurant opened on Dec. 23 in the Orchard Town Center and is offering a spin on Asian stir-fry.

“HuHot allows people to create their own meal just the way they like it,” said HuHot Top Tier Colorado president Jay Warwick. “People can make it as healthy as possible if they want, and they can eat as much as they want.”

To start off the HuHot experience, guests create their own custom stir-fry meal with as many vegetables, noodles, meats and sauces as desired. Once the creation is complete, the bowl is handed off to a grill chef who stir-fries the meal right in front of them.

As an all-you-can-eat restaurant, guests can create as many stir-fry bowls as they want.

“The key words for us are fun, healthy, different and unique. It’s an experience and a conversation piece,” Warwick said. “It’s a fun place to eat because not only do you get to create your own meal just the way you like it, hot, sweet or salty, you get to watch people cook it and engage with the chefs.”

Manager Greg Thomas has been working in HuHot restaurants for 10 years. He said the simplicity of the HuHot model and the atmosphere is what sets the restaurant apart.

“It’s very simple and there is so much movement and so much going on to observe. It’s great for kids and families and even for first dates,” Thomas said. “People can actually care their food and see exactly what goes into the food. It’s very simple and if you like vegetables, this is the place.”

HuHot Mongolian Grill also partners with Home Front Cares, a nonprofit organization that provides responsive emergency financial aid and other support to

Colorado service members, veterans and military families.

Warwick said every Monday a portion of the sales are donated to Home Front Cares and once a year a full day’s sales are donated.

“The average grant is about $1,000,” he said. “The money helps out with everything from rent to grocery money to car payments. It’s such a good cause and it fun to have the opportunity to be involved

with that.”

HuHot also offers appetizers, desserts, beer and wine. It is open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. for lunch and 4 p.m. to close for dinner every day and in the Orchard Town Center, 14697 Delaware St. in Westminster. For more information, visit


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