Fusion

Tucked away just off Gough Street, Basement is a great place to have a relaxed dinner with friends away from the frenetic pace of surrounding SoHo.
Crafty Cow specialises in craft beer from around the world and it’s where you will want to head after a long day at work. This gastro pub has a menu that seems to fuse east and west, a direct reflection of the cuisines enjoyed by the owners as they grew up abroad.
If you are looking for something a little special, then head over to the private kitchen of Culinart.  They will prepare a menu of up to 7 courses which demonstrate the skill of the chefs as well as the quality of the ingredients.  The restaurant can seat up to 32 people and it’s the ideal …
Located at the JW Marriott, Fish Bar is a relaxed comfortable alfresco restaurant in a little oasis of green overlooking the swimming pool. Enjoy the freshest fish, cooked to order and sourced sustainably.
If you are looking for a spot with loads of character, then Oldish is where you want to be. The interior is filled with retro furniture, antiques and old movie posters which create a warm and cosy atmosphere. The menu here is a mix of Asian and Italian flavours, and they are particularly popular at …
When the government decided to force out the dai pai dongs, restaurant owners took their businesses inside to Cooked Food Markets. Queen Street Cooked Food Market is where you want to go if a) you have fussy friends or b) you can’t decide what cuisine to opt for. Here you have Cantonese, Thai, Indian/Nepalese and …
TokyoLima is a late-night restaurant and bar from the Pirata group. The restaurant serves Nikkei cuisine in the atmosphere of a buzzing izakaya. Peruvian Chef Arturo offers a casual approach to Nikkei cuisine and blends the spice of Peru with the intricacy of Japanese cuisine. The ‘Feed Me’ Tasting Menu is a good way to …