Long Island is home to various culinary cuisines across a wide variety of the food spectrum. A great fusion restaurant will combine several of these realms seamlessly, providing the patron with not just several individual food worlds, but a new, distinct, individual food experience all in itself, all its own, delicious and spectacular and unified. With the stakes so high, one a handful can earn the crown of Best Fusion Restaurant on Long Island. Here are this year’s winners of Best Fusion Restaurant on Long Island.
Long Islanders Voted Wild Ginger in Best Fusion Restaurant on Long Island!
1. Wild Ginger
Multiple Locations. www.wildgingerrestaurant.net
Voters chose Wild Ginger as, quite simply, the Island’s Asian fusion best. Why? Perhaps its Wild Ginger’s exclusive use of only the freshest ingredients. Maybe it’s the place’s innovative dishes. Perhaps it’s their combination of Japanese sushi, Udon noodles or fried rice that have won over patrons’ hearts, as well as their stomachs. One thing’s 100-percent for sure: Wild Ginger serves the most delectable, most superb, absolutely delicious Asian Fusion on Long Island, according to voters. Let’s do this!
2. West East Bistro (Hicksville)
758 S. Broadway, Hicksville. 516-939-6618. www.westeastbistro.com
West East Bistro brings together cuisines from around the world into one sophisticated and comfortable setting, offering freshly made dishes featuring ingredients and cooking techniques you love, but in new and delicious combinations.
2010 Wantagh Ave., Wantagh. 516-221-0029. www.snapsrestaurant.com
Decked out in red curtains and red paper sconces with a gold tin ceiling, his place is quietly knocking out $25 price fix and an even better assortment of reasonably priced tasting menus. For $35 you get 6 courses, for $45 you get 8. Add $15 and they’ll pair the whole dinner with various wines.