Asian fusion restaurants in Bergen County are extremely popular among diners. This is due to their unique preparation methods, along with diversity of ingredients and the seasoning and sauces. Below is a list of the top five restaurants within Bergen County that both visitors and residents must visit.
Joyce Chinese Cuisine
In this restaurant friends and family members can enjoy mouthwatering food which is served in the most tranquil surroundings, with dark polished wood, granite stones and traditional Chinese paper screens which gives one a feel of the Orient. China of course has many culinary styles, with the Szechuan variant being the one most favored by the chefs here. Developed over a period of three thousand years which encompassed many dynasties such as the Qing, Tang and Song, patrons will enjoy foods which are sautéed, pan friend, steamed, stewed or braised.
This restaurant specializes in Thai cuisine, and offers catering services. Its goal is to give Thai Food greater accessibility to New Jersey residents, served in a manner which suits the unique American Palette. All the recipes here are fresh and designed to foment total satisfaction, and the chefs will cater to individual needs, particularly those of vegetarians or diners who prefer meals that are gluten free. One of the most popular dishes here is the Noodle Soup.
Traditional Vietnamese cuisine is considered by many to be one of the healthiest dining experiences in the world. Saigon Kitchen is the embodiment of this tradition, serving classical Vietnamese dishes such as Banh Mi, Pho and various appetizers. However, the chefs here are open to experimentation and have produced a number of Asian Fusion recipes which are specific only to them. Both walk ins as well as reservations are accepted, and the restaurant can accommodate groups of every size.
This café was established by a group that has more than four decades of culinary experience. They specialize in both classical Korean and Chinese dishes, with Mandoo being a sort of hybrid which is the culmination of all their passion and love for cooking. One of the most popular dishes here are the dumplings, which utilize both the Korean and Taiwanese style, and recently they’ve developed a fresh menu which has various types of noodles.
Bonchon is a Korean styled restaurant which was originally established in Busan, South Korea, but has spread worldwide, becoming one of the world’s premier Asian restaurant chains. In fact, the very first restaurant overseas was established in New Jersey’s Fort Lee, where the crispy chicken (Jinduk Seo) was a smash hit. Overall, the restaurant specializes in fried chicken made in the Korean style, but has expanded its menu to include other Oriental fusion dishes. Diners love the soy sauce, which is savory and uses garlic, along with the spicy sauce, which has garnered acclaim among culinary critics. Those visiting Bergen County that love chicken and Asian food won’t want to leave without trying it.