Three Must-Try Fusion Dishes in Boston
After two decades in exile, fusion fare has finally shed the wasabi-encrusted, ground-ginger-dusted sins of its misspent youth. Three thoroughly modern mash-ups for the new millennium.
Little Donkey’s nourishing matzo-ball ramen—packed with spicy chicken, burnt onion, schmaltz-powered tare (soy-mirin-sake reduction), corn, and springy noodles—is the closest Boston’s got to the, uh, Katsu’s Deli original.
The freewheeling frites at Gita are dusted with cumin, garam masala, and chili powder, showered with farmer’s cheese, and served with spicy chutney worthy of a Brussels chip shop.
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Anchor Bar purists may blanch, but confit is the preferred technique for Tapestry’s wings-inspired chicken-skin-terrine bites—which get crisped up and plated with blue cheese and a buttery sauce buffaleau.
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