Top Fusion Restaurants to Check Out This Summer Featured

These unique spots transport you across time zones, and put a spin on your average international dishes. 

by LUXOS Magazine 13 June 2017

Chotto Matte - London


Chotto Matte unique Japanese Peruvian dishes, combine the best both cultures have to offer. This trendy London spot serves full flavoured dishes that come from natural, locally produced, non GMO ingredients that do not use artificial flavouring. The knowledgable waiters can help you pair the perfect cocktail to sip with your tostaditas. Eccentric plates including sushi rolls with a latin twist, sea bass ceviche and Ibero pork. The urban murals and edgy decor, gives your meal an extra kick.

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Hisako - Barcelona

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The fusion story here lies in the sushi experiments, and in the Catalan-Japanese roots of Ernest-Dai Fibla Takahashi who, in a previous existence, sold Japanese food from a bike in New York. He says Hisako is a tribute to his ancestors, and describes the menu as mostly, but not wholly, Japanese. Take, for instance, the aubergine makis with... ham... and soy sauce. Located in Barcelona's hip Eixemple neighborhood, this restaurant provides a marriage of cuisines that you’re not likely to get anywhere else in the world.


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Finger's Garden - Milan

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An attractive restaurant aimed towards a fashionable crowd, with an oriental feel of subtle lighting for a romantic and intimate evening. At Fingers Garden you can enjoy a range of dished including raw fish options of a Japanese-Brazilian fusion, accompanied by a choice of excellent wines. You can esape the hectic Milan atmosphere, and swap it for the relaxing Finger's Garden. 

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MG Road - Paris 

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Named after Mahatma Ghandi Road, a common address in India’s cities, the bohemian-bourgeois restaurant serves succulent fusion dishes doused in Indian flavour. While the portions are on the small side, the attractive interiors make this one a winner among Paris’ array of Indian restaurants that, although serving more generous portions of authentic dishes, alas lack soul. This small Paris eatery is a flavourful change from the norm. 

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