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Cod with Ginger Soy Sauce at The House | © Sonny Abesamis/Flickr
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The Top 10 Fusion Restaurants In San Francisco

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Updated: 9 February 2017
Fusion is a popular cooking style that involves combining two types of cuisines. This particular style of cooking started to gain popularity in the 1970s. Chef Wolfgang Puck is credited for bringing this style to California with his restaurant Chinois, which served an exciting fusion of French and Chinese food. Many restaurants have adapted this style of cooking and created their own innovative dishes. Here’s a list of 10 of the best fusion restaurants in San Francisco.

The House

The House was opened in 1994 by Larry and Angela Tse who dreamed of incorporating Asian food with American elements. The restaurant is known not only for serving delicious food but also its homey atmosphere. 

The House, 1230 Grant Ave, San Francisco, CA, USA, +1 415 986 8612

 

La Fusion

A small cozy restaurant located in the bustling Financial District, La Fusion offers customers a Latin American menu with an San Franciscan essence. The Latin American establishment may be easy to spot, and certainly should not be missed. Reservations for large parties should be made well in advance as the restaurant fills up fast during the lunch hour.

La Fusion, 475 Pine St, San Francisco, CA, USA, +1 415 781 0894

 

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Roy’s

Roy’s is located in the vibrant neighborhood of SoMa. It aims to infuse Hawaiian flavors in international dishes. During their Aloha Hour, which starts at 4 pm and ends at 7 pm, customers can enjoy exciting cocktails and snacks. 

Roy’s, 575 Mission St, San Francisco, CA, USA, +1 415 777 0277

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Namu Gaji

Opened by the Lee brothers, Namu Gaji is an extraordinary fusion of Asian and American fare. The upscale restaurant only uses organic ingredients grown on the Lee brothers’ family farm. Although it is closed on Mondays, Namu Gaji is open for brunch and dinner every other day.

Namu Gaji, 499 Dolores St, San Francisco, CA, USA, +1 415 431 6268

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© Namu Gaji/Facebook

Chaya Brasserie

One of three exotic locations, San Francisco’s Chaya Brasserie is a truly special combination of French and Japanese food. It is open for lunch on weekdays from 11:30 am-2 pm. Dinner is served from 5:30 pm onwards. Chaya hosts a happy hour every day until closing time.

Chaya Brasserie, 132 The Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA, USA, +1 415 777 8688

 

Saha Restaurant

A Zagat-rated restaurant, Saha is a unique blend of Yemenese, Moroccan and French cuisines. The atmosphere in the restaurant is intimate and romantic. Around half of the menu is vegetarian, and dishes are available vegan or gluten free. Reservations can be made online or by phone.

Saha Restaurant, Hotel Carlton, 1075 Sutter St, San Francisco, CA, USA, +1 415 345 9547

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© Saha/Facebook

B*Star

B*Star gives customers the opportunity to try Burmese and American dishes. Their kau soi is a popular choice among customers. Reservations can be made online or by phone. Many customers have marveled at the restaurant’s exquisite customer service and dedication to making dining a fine experience.

B*Star, 127 Clement St, San Francisco, CA, USA, +1 415 933 9900

 

Pomelo

Pomelo is a popular Asian fusion restaurant located on Church Street. They serve brunch on the weekend from 10:00 am to 2 pm. Dinner is served from 5:30 pm onwards. Pomelo has another location in San Francisco on Judah Street. 

Pomelo, 1792 Church St, San Francisco, CA, USA, +1 415 285 2257

 

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© pomelo on Judah/Facebook

 

Blackwood

Blackwood is Chestnut Street’s only Thai-American fusion restaurant. The contemporary setting and modern interiors make eating here a delightful experience. Blackwood offers staple Thai delicacies as well as American ones. Along with lunch and dinner, they also serve breakfast every day.

Blackwood, 2150 Chestnut St, San Francisco, CA, USA, +1 415 931 9663

 

Red Crawfish

Owner and chef, Kristine was always passionate about the art of cooking, so she opened Red Crawfish, an exciting blend of Cajun and Vietnamese food. The garlic noodles are a customer favorite. It is open from 11:00 am-10:00 pm from Sunday to Friday. On Saturdays, it opens at noon.

Red Crawfish, 611 Larking St, San Francisco, CA, USA, +1 415 771 1388