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Asian Fusion Restaurants in London

 Continue London's love affair with Asian food at great fusion restaurants

There's nothing new about Asian cuisine in England's capital city. The first curry house in London opened as early as 1810, while Chinese food started to spread from the 1880s as a small community around the docks grew into the city's now famous Chinatown. These days, you'll find exceptional Asian fusion restaurants across London. Londoners seem to have an insatiable appetite for exotic cuisine, and new chefs are arriving all the time to satisfy this demand. Check out what they are coming up with by booking Asian fusion restaurants in London with Quandoo.

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OKA

OKA

Primrose Hill/Chalk Farm
Asian££££
5.5/669
OKA
SUSHINOEN

SUSHINOEN

Whitechapel
Asian££££
5.3/673
SUSHINOEN
Lumbini

Lumbini

Uxbridge
Asian££££
5.0/698
Lumbini
Josephine's Restaurant

Josephine's Restaurant

Fitzrovia
Asian££££
4.7/681
Josephine's Restaurant
Pickled Fred

Pickled Fred

Spitalfields
Asian££££
5.9/626
Pickled Fred
Mimosa - Camberley

Mimosa - Camberley

Town Centre
Asian££££
5.3/637
Mimosa - Camberley
Umami

Umami

South Kensington
Asian££££
4.1/624
Umami
Lagu

Lagu

Battersea
Asian££££
5.3/628
Lagu
Sakura Japanese Bar & Restaurant

Sakura Japanese Bar & Restaurant

New Malden
Asian££££
5.4/621
Sakura Japanese Bar & Restaurant
Round Square

Round Square

Islington
Asian££££
5.3/627
Round Square
Yak & Yeti Finsbury

Yak & Yeti Finsbury

Finsbury Park
Asian££££
5.5/62
Yak & Yeti Finsbury
Kim Klan

Kim Klan

Islington
Asian££££
2.5/62
Kim Klan
Kanaloa

Kanaloa

Barbican
Asian££££
1.0/61
Kanaloa
100 Kensington

100 Kensington

Kensington
Asian££££
1.0/61
100 Kensington
Hei Hing Cafe & Noodle Bar

Hei Hing Cafe & Noodle Bar

Isleworth
Asian££££
Hei Hing Cafe & Noodle Bar
Walton Oriental House

Walton Oriental House

Town Centre
Asian££££
Walton Oriental House
Pak Choi

Pak Choi

Loughton
Asian££££
4.2/66
Pak Choi
Ruby M's

Ruby M's

Harrow
Asian££££
3.7/67
Ruby M's
Wok & Grill Restaurant

Wok & Grill Restaurant

Whitechapel
Asian££££
2.0/61
Wok & Grill Restaurant
Yak & Yeti Bromley

Yak & Yeti Bromley

Bromley
Asian££££
Yak & Yeti Bromley
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    There are superb Asian fusion restaurants all over London

    Asia is a massive continent. It's a place full of distinctive ways of cooking, as well as a galaxy of spices, herbs and aromas. It takes some skill to bring these culinary styles together, but that's exactly what the best Asian fusion restaurants in London manage to achieve. From Harrow to Wimbledon, there are pan-Asian options across the city. Whether you want to try a fiery Thai curry, some Keralan seafood or some incredible Korean bibimbap, these places create the kind of exotic specialities that you will adore.
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    Explore the diversity of Asian food at fusion restaurants in London

    The beauty of London's fusion restaurants is that Asian food is present in all of its diversity. For instance, you'll find Chinese-Japanese hybrids, where seafood and pork is seared in a miso sauce. You'll come across places where sushi platters coexist happily with Cantonese noodles, and you'll discover eateries where you can choose between spicy Indian-inspired curries and delicately coated tempura prawns. There's no reason to be restricted to a single cuisine when you eat out. With Asian fusion restaurants all over London, you can enjoy as much choice as possible.
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    Meet up with friends at Asian fusion restaurants in London

    If you and your friends love to enjoy gastronomic adventures in London, local Asian fusion restaurants are a great place to meet up and see what's on offer. While Thai, Sichuan, Korean or Japanese eateries tend to be fairly predictable, heading to fusion places is always exciting. Any time of day is good. You can head there for unusual breakfast dishes like koroke (Korean cheese croquettes) or fill up at dinner time on steak with wasabi. Whenever you go, you're guaranteed to enjoy the experience.