Fusion restaurants combine elements of varying cuisines from a variety of cultures, bringing delicious flavors together to create something truly great. In Massachusetts, you’ll find no shortage of fusion restaurants serving up creative combinations you won’t find anywhere else! Here are the 7 best in the Bay State.
With noodles prevalent in both Thai and Italian cuisine, the premise behind Crazy Noodles became obvious. The eclectic fusion of the two styles makes for some amazing food. Local, fresh ingredients are used when in season, and the atmosphere is relaxed and fun.
At Mei Mei, the fusion between American and Chinese fare makes for some exceptional dishes. Their scallion pancake sandwich is just one option. The food is locally sourced and the service is second to none.
Enjoy traditional Japanese cuisine with a definite Western flair at Kaizen Sushi Bar & Grill. Their filet mignon features a hearty red wine shitake sauce, resulting in the best of both worlds. They’re open for lunch, too.
Serving Thai food with Japanese flair—and plenty of sushi—Yama Zakura presents its offerings in a calming, very relaxing atmosphere. The owners want guests to slow down and stay awhile—never rushing through their meals. So start with Wasabi Crunch, and then move on to shrimp tempura. Stay for a cocktail or two as well.
Combining Korean cuisine with several international flavors, Koy is located in Faneuil Hall—an eclectic place for all sorts of foodies. The Asian pop art is nearly as exciting as the food. Check it out for something refreshingly different.
Serving some of the best sushi around, Mix-It Restaurant and Sushi Bar combines Japanese and Chinese elements that result in an eclectic mix of entrees, appetizers and more. The food is fresh and healthy, and the atmosphere is modern and fun.
Featuring the best of Thai, Vietnamese, Japanese, Korean and Chinese cooking, Twelve Hours only offers counter service or carry out, but don’t for a moment let that fool you. The food gets rave reviews. “Twelve Hours” pays homage to the amount of time needed to prepare the perfect broth in their famous noodle soup.