12 "Fusion" Restaurants in Chicago.
Go to Fat Rice and order the Fat Rice. Food from Macau isn’t an everyday experience.
Does eating at Sunda feel like eating in the club? Yes, but you don't have to love the ChampagnePapi lifestyle to love this restaurant.
Mott Street, a restaurant on Ashland near Wicker Park, serves interesting, delicious Asian-influenced food.
Passerotto is a great neighborhood restaurant in Andersonville serving Korean food with some Italian influences.
Authentic Indonesian street food in a colorful but casual Lincoln Park setting.
Beatnik is a restaurant and cocktail lounge in West Town serving average food in a beautiful environment.
Centennial is a laid-back restaurant in River North serving craft beer and pub food with an Indian twist.
Urban Belly is a casual dumplings, noodles, and rice spot in the West Loop. Take a stroll to the end of Randolph and see what it's about.
Embeya serves formal takes on Asian-inspired food that tastes good, but the lack of ambience loses us.
A quick and casual dumpling spot serving what are not your average dumplings. Think cheeseburger, lobster, and tamale dumplings.
Gideon Sweet serves global small plates in the West Loop. Some of them are pretty good.