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Fusion Restaurants in London

 Fantastic fusion restaurants in cosmopolitan London

There can be few more international cities in the world than the UK's capital. A mixture of countless cultures have given the city its unique, cosmopolitan atmosphere and provided the inspiration for a new wave of cooking. This is reflected in the number of restaurants offering fusion food in London. This cuisine takes its inspiration from around the world, often combining Asian ingredients and flavours with European or American culinary techniques. The result is fascinating and flavourful dishes and London's fusion restaurants are at the forefront, bringing these exciting dishes to diners in the capital.

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Cattleya at Chu & Cho

Cattleya at Chu & Cho

Charlton
Fusion££££
5.6/614
Cattleya at Chu & Cho
Rock Island Bar and Grill

Rock Island Bar and Grill

Walworth
Fusion££££
Rock Island Bar and Grill
Tuck Inn Canteen

Tuck Inn Canteen

Dalston
Fusion££££
Tuck Inn Canteen
Irvin Bar Grill

Irvin Bar Grill

Crouch End
Fusion££££
Irvin Bar Grill

The Modern Pantry

Clerkenwell
Fusion
The Modern Pantry

Pull'D

Bank
Fusion
Pull'D

Zaman

Marylebone
Fusion
Zaman

The Old Fountain

Shoreditch
Fusion
The Old Fountain
Circo By Señor Buddha

Circo By Señor Buddha

Preston Circus
Fusion££££
5.4/6201
Circo By Señor Buddha

Everest Spice Fusion

Cheriton
Fusion££££
Everest Spice Fusion
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    London's fusion restaurants offer something for every palette

    One of the joys of this type of food is in its incredibly broad appeal. Fusion food restaurants in London are not tied to the traditions of any one country and can instead take elements from around the world and combine them in new and exciting ways. This frees the chef to use his skill and imagination as he sees fit and the result can be spectacular. Many people say that this type of cooking was born in California, where chefs started to use local ingredients combined with ideas from Pacific Rim cooking, to create a new and distinctive cuisine.
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    Inspirations in fusion food restaurants in London.

    Whereas California had Pacific influences, the capital drew inspiration from its own mix of cultures. You can see this in the menus of London's fusion restaurants. You might find Far Eastern spices combined with more local cuts of meat, or African flavours added to British fish. The possibilities really are endless and it is this opportunity to develop a distinctive and unique menu that is attracting some of the best chefs in the capital to this type of cooking.
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    London's distinctive fusion restaurants

    The capital has long had distinctive fashion and music scenes and it could be said that fusion food restaurants in London are beginning to develop their own distinctive dishes. These are using traditional British ingredients and recipes and then adding an international element to elevate them to a new level. The result is a lighter, more sophisticated cuisine that has real depth of flavour. Now, dining in London's emerging fusion restaurants is a great way to get to know the city and its unique mix of cultures and peoples.