Fusing international cuisines creates provocative new dishes, whereas fusing international languages still just sounds like Latin. Savor flavors without borders with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $7 for $15 worth of Indian fusion fare for lunch
- $15 for $30 worth of Indian fusion fare for dinner
Entrees include grilled Atlantic salmon with honey chipotle sauce ($16.95), saag paneer, spinach with deep-fried homemade cottage cheese ($15.95), and slow-braised lamb shank with raisins and almonds ($23.95). See the full menu.
Raised in South India and trained in kitchens across Europe, Chef Anish Gopinath melds his diverse culinary background into a menu of French, Indian, and American cuisine. Traditional Indian dishes such as palak paneer and samosas abound, but Chef Gopinath also enhances slow-braised meats and seafood with Middle Eastern spices and white-wine butter sauce.
Though the cuisine may be all-encompassing, Fusion’s decor is a model of restraint—sleek geometric designs dot pale walls and dark-stained wood accents a full bar.
Raised in South India and trained in kitchens across Europe, chef Anish Gopinath embraces local flavors at Fusion. Low Country favorites such as she-crab soup can be paired with southern standards of oysters rockefeller or grits jazzed up with shrimp. Chef Anish also puts his own spin on American steak-house fare, with dates and saffron complementing lamb and guava and jalapeño glazes adding new tastes to cuts of beef. Perhaps it's these new medleys of flavors, along with a commitment to serve local and sustainable cuisine, that won him the Hilton Head Island Iron Chef Challenge in 2013.