Sydney's fusion restaurants are a true multicultural melting pot, with Chinese, Malay, Korean, Japanese, Vietnamese and Thai influences all mingling together in exciting, new taste bud-tingling combinations. A visit to the glittering Central Business District will leave you spoilt for choice. Try chargrilled short ribs marinated in pho broth for a dish that blends Far Eastern flavours with locally sourced beef. Or if you love the sophistication of Japanese and French gourmet cuisine, you can get the best of both worlds in creations like miso cured duck breast. The menus are an opportunity for the chefs' imaginations to take flight, so expect serious inventiveness accompanied by cool, eclectic interiors.
A recurring theme in Sydney's fusion restaurants is Korean cuisine, which undergoes all manner of mouthwatering transformations in the city centre's groundbreaking eateries. You'll see its influence everywhere, from mains of pork belly with side dishes of sweet fermented pineapple, to noodle dishes served with rich black bean sauce. There are even Korean-Mexican joints where you can dine on spicy chicken and kimchi paella. So if you're looking to explore Sydney's fusion restaurants look no further than Quandoo, where you can scan a whole host of options before booking a table at your chosen spot!