26 "Fusion" Restaurants in New York.
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Wild Ink is an expensive, sceney spot in Hudson Yards that serves inventive Asian-inspired food.
Pig And Khao is a Thai/Filipino restaurant on the LES that serves great food and feels like a party.
Berber Street Food is a counter-service spot in the West Village that serves pan-African dishes at lunch and dinner.
Momofuku Ssäm Bar is a modern Korean East Village classic that has evolved with the times.
Rice & Gold is a huge restaurant in the bottom of a hotel in Chinatown. The food is Asian fusion, and it’s both pricey and a little cheesy.
Pokito is a tiny bar/restaurant near the Williamsburg bridge serving Asian-Latin mashup food in a highly casual (but still vibey) space.
Char Sue is an Asian fusion spot on the LES where you can grab a quick dinner before going out. It’s small, casual, and the food is decent.
What started as a little Cambodian sandwich spot in Greenwich Village has grown into a mini-chain.
The best modern dim sum restaurant in town now has a second location on the Upper West Side.
Noreetuh in the East Village is NYC’s first serious Hawaiian-inspired restaurant.
Tuome in the East Village is doing something totally different with familiar Asian menu items.
Kung Fu Little Steamed Buns Ramen is a good Chinese spot in Hell's Kitchen.