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Asian Fusion Restaurants in Sydney

Asian fusion restaurants are big in Sydney

Sydney is famous for many things, from its weather and beaches to its incredible sweeping landscapes and iconic buildings. The city's energetic, buzzing and optimistic culture is also a huge draw for the millions of visitors who come to enjoy fine food, arts and entertainment. Increasingly, many visitors are choosing to experience the growing array of Sydney's exciting Asian fusion restaurants, drawn in by the award-winning chefs, exciting new eateries and huge buzz around this evolving, fresh and experimental way of cooking.

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Cronulla
Asian$$$$
5.8/624

Dumplings and Beer

Potts Point
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5.6/638

South East Asian Tapas

Cronulla
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5.4/632
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The Grasshopper Bar

Sydney CBD
Asian
5.7/615

LL Wine & Dine

Potts Point
Asian
4.6/618

Veggie House Vegan and Vegetarian

Canley Vale
Asian
5.3/67

Wooden Spice

North Curl Curl
Asian$$$$
5.8/64

Silver Spoon Bistro - The Lakes Hotel

Rosebery
Asian
4.8/64

Miss Hu Vietnamese and Asian Cuisine

Dulwich Hill
Asian$$$$
5.0/67
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Mamasan - Surry Hills

Surry Hills
Asian$$$$
5.0/61

Huong Huong Restaurant

Marrickville
Asian$$$$
5.0/61

Double U Kitchen

Sylvania
Asian
5.0/61

Granny's Noodle

Burwood
Asian
4.2/65
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Mamasan - Bondi

Bondi
Asian$$$$
5.0/62
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Foogoo Restaurant

Lane Cove
Asian$$$$

Mekong Noodle Bar - Marrickville

Marrickville
Asian$$$$

House of Canton

Hornsby
Asian
5.2/65

Origin Dining

Willoughby
Asian
5.7/69

The Burman Kitchen

Granville
Asian$$$$
6.0/61

Street Market Asian Tapas - Crows Nest

Crows Nest
Asian
6.0/61
  1. 1.

    What are Sydney's Asian Fusion restaurants all about?

    If you've not come across fusion cookery before now, you're in for a gastronomic treat. Fusion refers to cuisine which combines different cooking traditions, techniques, and ingredients into newly-imagined dishes. Sydney's Asian fusion restaurants mix up the various cuisines of countries such as Thailand, Malaysia, China, Vietnam and Japan, to create fresh inspiration. In Australia, this style of cooking is becoming highly popular because of the large immigrant population and demand for great food across the city. Already, some of Sydney's Asian Fusion Restaurants are winning awards and being recognised in the 'world best' eatery rankings.
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    What's there to eat at an Asian Fusion restaurant in Sydney?

    Alongside an a la carte menu, many fusion restaurants feature a daily specials board. Sydney's Asian fusion restaurants use fresh, seasonal ingredients and the creative inspiration of their chefs to create new culinary experiences. This means that the menu can change all of the time and keep things really exciting! As an example of the sorts of dishes you can look forward to, Quandoo diners have loved unique dishes like the Vietnamese lotus salad, quinoa congee with crispy vegetarian oysters and crispy fried soy-fish with tamarind sauce at the Veggie House in Canley Vale. The XI Eleven at Bella Vista is also highly recommended for its risotto roulade and confit pork belly. This restaurant switches things up again by fusing Asian and European cuisines into crowd-pleasing dishes.
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    Other reasons to try Sydney's Asian fusion restaurants

    When you visit one of Sydney's Asian fusion restaurants for the first time, you'll notice that many of the dishes are suitable for vegetarians and those with gluten, nut or dairy allergies. Australians are very health-conscious and aware of these ingredients, and you'll find the service staff knowledgeable and helpful if you need to avoid certain foods. If you're on a health kick, you'll also find that the menus are naturally packed with nutrition, as Asian food is often associated with balance, well-being and vitality. Why not discover healthy new drinks too at Sydney's Asian fusion restaurants, from coconut water-based virgin cocktails through to iuniang or fermented sweet rice wine, which is naturally low in alcohol and fragranced with osmanthus flowers. Just remember to book your table in advance with Quandoo to avoid having to queue!