After hearing our waitress describe the specials for the evening, my fiancee and I were both sold on two specific dishes that sounded amazing. My fiancee picked the house cured bacon wrapped pork tenderloin with mashed potatoes, and vegetables ($21). The pork was cooked to a perfect medium. The bacon that was wrapped around the pork had a mildly crispy texture which paired well with the soft mouth feel of the pork. We both really enjoyed the flavor combination of the tenderloin and bacon and were pleased with this part of the dish. The mashed potatoes themselves lacked any seasoning, and the gravy was a surprise because the dish was not described with it. My fiancee really didn't care for the gravy and thought it just didn't taste fresh. The vegetables served with the dish were tender but were very bland. Overall, the protein on this dish was very good, but it would have been a better overall dish with improved sides.
Overall, this was an off night for food at Hiroshi's Pub and based on what we ate I can't give them higher than a 1.5/5.
Hiroshi's Pub offers a decent craft beer bottle and draft selection. You will find beers from such breweries as Dogfish Head, Great Lakes, Brooklyn, Goose Island, Thirsty Dog, and Stone. They also had seasonal beers such as Great Lakes and Breckenridge Christmas Ale. During our meal, I enjoyed a very tasty Dogfish Head 90min IPA on draft, while my fiancee had a very fresh Brooklyn Black Chocolate Stout. Even if you are not in the mood for food, Hiroshi's Pub is a very good place to find a good craft beer offering. 4/5
Even with my disaster of an entree, I have to say our waitress was very good. She was friendly and prompt for the entire evening. She was very knowledgeable about the main menu but we feel the specials were not communicated well from the kitchen to the table. 3.75/5.