The 10 Best Fusion Restaurants in Oregon!
Fusion restaurants are all the rage, and why not? The best combine favorite, authentic flavors from diverse geographic locations to create new, bold, and delicious dishes. From combinations such as Hawaiian and Chinese to French and African, here are the best fusion restaurants in Oregon!
Phat Cart has two Portland, Oregon locations, one at Portland State University and another in the Hillsdale area. Their Asian-inspired fusion menu includes breakfast, lunch, and dinner options, a rarity in restaurants such as this. With dishes fusing Hawaiian, Korean, and Chinese influences, your palette is in for a treat.
Global Fusion combines Indian, Asian, American, French, and African flavors to create something new. Chef Bethlyn Rider is known for her “unusual knack for creative ethnic combinations.”
Asiatico specializes in innovative Asian fusion cuisine influenced by seasonal flavors and ingredients. Even the Fish N Chips on the menu is served tempura style and with miso dressing, adding a distinct Asian twist to the dish.
With four Portland locations and one in Wilsonville, Koi Fusion has made a splash. The menu includes “Authentic Korean flavors with a twist,” adding Mexican options to the menu. Consider the Kimchi Quesadilla or a taco.
Hapa in Beaverton, Oregon is an Asian fusion restaurant with Korean, Hawaiian, and Japanese influences. Ordering is simple. You simple pick a size, a main protein from their huge list of options, a couple of sides, and add-ons before dowsing it all in a Hapa signature sauce. In this way, you’re the one performing the fusion.
Joy Teriyaki is an Asian fusion institution in Oregon. With sixteen Oregon locations from Gresham to Sandy to Tigard and Portland, you’re never far away from Joy. The menu includes Japanese, Chinese, and Korean dishes with an excellent bento box lunch.
Fusion, a food truck, describes its food as “semi-authentic Vietnamese.” They’ve taken Vietnamese traditional dishes and mixed them up, adding Thai and Indian options, too. We recommend giving the Spring Roll Salad a go.
Angel House Fusion Cuisine offers American, Italian, and Asian food, all under one roof. Everything on the menu is influenced by everything else without losing its original identity—no easy feat.
Hungry Lion Asian Cuisine offers Asian fusion food and regularly scheduled live events. Conveniently located in the Downtown Woodburn Metropolis building, their food is reasonably priced and tasty.
White Elephant Asian Fusion serves spicy dishes from around Asia, including a well-reviewed Laotian-style papaya salad. Can’t decide what to get? Try their Pho French Dip or Waterfall beef jerky.