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Noodles, garlic, seafood—Italy and Asia do have a few culinary habits in common. Nearly every dish at ItaliAsia fuses flavors from two of the world’s most-popular cuisines, using them to revamp fine-dining standbys such as salmon, chicken milanese, and steak. Tempura batter lends crunch to organic chicken breast, fresh ginger and brown sugar add a Mongolian kick to beef tenderloin, and bruschetta comes topped with a tangle of seafood and orange-yuzu vinaigrette.
Wines that washed up on shore from Argentina, Chile, and Italy join homemade desserts in turning such dinners into full-fledged feasts. Sweets include inventions such as the wonton cannoli—fried wontons tiered with sweet ricotta cheese, chocolate chips, and pistachios. Even more-casual sandwiches and salads are presented with a sushi chef’s eye for artistic detail—each plate stands out even in a dining room bedecked in dramatic crimson carpet and upholstery.
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