15 "Fusion" Restaurants in Los Angeles.
There are a whole bunch of reasons why you shouldn’t go to Chinois On Main in Santa Monica - but the most important one is that the food is terrible.
Garlic & Chives in Westminster is serving the kind of modern Vietnamese food that you can’t find anywhere else in the neighborhood.
Bone Kettle in Pasadena is a Southeast Asian spot that’s perfect for an upscale meal.
Orsa & Winston is an Italian-Japanese restaurant in DTLA that’s just as good for a casual lunch as it is for a special occasion dinner.
Majordomo in Chinatown is one of the rare LA restaurants you’ll walk out of genuinely surprised.
You won’t know how much you need a chicken shawarma taco until you’ve had one from X’tiosu Kitchen, an order-at-the-window spot in Boyle Heights.
23rd Street Cafe is a bare-bones spot serving Mexican-Indian fusion food that is a proven cure for most emotional and physical ailments.
E.P. & L.P. is an excruciatingly sceney restaurant/bar in Weho, but has one of the best rooftop patios in the city.
Kato is a casual Taiwanese tasting menu spot in West LA for people who don’t like tasting menus.
Culver City’s Lukshon involves modern Asian small plates in a date-friendly atmosphere.