27 "Fusion" Restaurants in New York.
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.
There are two things you need to know about Mooncake Foods: 1) It's a weird little vaguely healthy Asian diner in a corner of Soho you probably forgot about. 2) They need to bottle and sell their hot…
Yes, that's the real name of this restaurant, which is impressive. The ramen? Not so impressive. But there are other things to love at this noodle spot in Hell's Kitchen.