As Asiatown grows by leaps and bounds, local food lovers have not only different country’s cuisines to try but also regional variations on those cuisines. Phusion Café, which opened in early 2015, specializes in Taiwanese food, a lighter version of Chinese cooking that puts the focus on the flavor of the fresh, quality ingredients. It emphasizes sautéing and stir-frying as the best way to keep the ingredients’ innate qualities intact. Enjoy specialties like Three Cups chicken, sausage fried rice, beef noodle soup and daily specials, as well as more familiar Chinese dishes such as kung pas chicken and hot & sour soup — and plenty of vegetarian choices. Wash it down with one of Phusion’s many flavors of Boba tea.
3030 Superior Ave