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With the many new restaurants emerging here and there, there are a handful of asian fusion restaurants in every city. However, not all can perfectly merge two different cuisines into one beautiful dish.
For those who want to be more adventurous with their meals, we’ve come up with a list of must-try Asian fusion restaurants. If you haven’t tried these yet, you’re missing a lot!
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Nikkei – various branches
Nikkei is the first Peruvian-Japanese Sushi Bar in Manila headed by Argentinan Chef Christian Cejas. “Nikkei” is Peruvian cuisine culturally inspired by the Japanese who started to migrate to Peru in the 19th century and is now becoming the latest food trend in Europe.
Toast Asian Kitchen and Tasting Room – Ayala Malls The 30th
Toast Asian Kitchen and Tasting Room offers a modern take on Asian comfort food like Gyozig (gyoza and sisig combined) Tom Yum Meatballs and Blaksa (laksa made with black squid ink) as well as a wide array of unique beverages. Read our full article here.
Olivia & Co. – Uptown Mall
Olivia & Co seeks to become the go to place for a gourmet experience, serving artisanal coffees and teas to complement great food inspired by various cuisines of the world. One of their best sellers is the Laksa Pasta.
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Ninyo Fusion Cuisine & Wine Lounge – Katipunan
Ninyo is a homey, romantic garden restaurant that serves a fusion of French and Japanese cuisine. The restaurant is known to offer delicious gastronomic food in an intimate and relaxing environment that can be enjoyed by couples, friends and family.
Earth Kitchen – White Plains
Earth Kitchen is a joint project of the Got Heart Foundation and Hizon’s Catering, their mission: healthy, local and sustainability. Some of their most talked-about dishes are the Bulgogi Wrap, Fresh Spring Rolls and the Squid Ink Pasta.
Cafe Juanita – Kapitolyo
Located in their second home in West Capitol Drive in Kapitolyo Pasig, Cafe Juanita has been a neighborhood favorite. Inspite of the restaurant boom in the area, this place continues to pack itself to the brim due to its kitschy details and treats for the eyes thanks to its eclectic and over the top Asian-inspired interiors.
Eat – Makati
Eat serves L.A. street food using Japanese ingredients. One of their must-try dishes is Syfu’s Wagyu Katsu Burger with American cheese, sesame dressing and wasabi mayo.
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Toyo Eatery – Pasong Tamo
Toyo Eatery is offers all-new Filipino eatery that will serve modern fusion dishes featuring local ingredients, which has been his signature.
Cafe Voi La – Tagaytay
Cafe Voi La is an Asian-inspired getaway conceptualized by owner, Ica Sebastian. The place is adorned with Asian art and ornaments, oriental displays, and furniture collected from Ica’s many travels around the world. Cafe Voi La’s menu highlights the best of Asian fusion cuisine.
Taco Vengo – various branches
Taco Vengo is a modern taqueria serving authentic tacos, burritos and rice bowls. Don’t miss their Tempura shrimp taco, Honey Soy Chicken salad bowl and chwaffle (churros waffle) dessert as well.
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