|Grilled Octopus and Spring Rolls at 1618 Asian Fusion|
1618 Asian Fusion aims to bring a culinary exploration of Asia’s diverse food landscape to Austin, TX. The elegant new restaurant is serving high-quality fusion with live jazz on weekends and is housed in a gorgeously designed zen space. 1618’s menu offers diners a taste of Vietnamese, Thai, Chinese, Singaporean and Southeast Asian food.
|Stage and Dining Area at 1618 Asian Fusion|
|Dining Room and Booths at 1618 Asian Fusion|
|Dining Room 1618 Asian Fusion|
Trinity Constructors worked their magic in the design of 1618 Asian Fusion delivering a balance of zen, modern and sophistication to the space with a hint of whimsical.
Here is a look at the artfully plated dishes that we enjoyed during our first culinary experience at 1616 Asian Fusion:
|Grilled Octopus at 1618 Asian Fusion|
We started off our culinary experience with the Grilled Octopus and Spring Rolls. The delicious charcoal grilled marinated baby octopus were the perfect way to begin our culinary experience. We also enjoyed the refreshing spring rolls made with shrimp & pork belly with crunchy fresh veggies, guests may also opt for grilled lemongrass pork or avocado.
|Spicy Singapore Chili Lobster|
|Spicy Chili Singapore Lobster|
Our mouths dropped in amazement as the 1618 team paraded out with the most majestic lobster dish! The exquisite Spicy Chili Singapore Lobster is a party on a plate. This dish is a live steam lobster served with an enticing signature Singapore chili sauce that we could not get enough of.
|Vietnamese Crispy Striped Bass at 1618 Asian Fusion|
The Vietnamese Crispy Striped Bass is a true stunner. This beauty is as equally delicious. The dish is a whole fresh batter striped bass, plated with mango and a delightful lemon fish sauce.
|Banana Leaf Spicy Steam Salmon at 1618 Asian Fusion|
The Banana Leaf Spicy Steam Salmon (gluten free) is easily a dish I could eat daily. It is on the lighter side and seriously deliver on flavor. The perfectly balanced dish has fresh salmon marinated in panang sauce with bell pepper, kaffir leaf, yellow onion wrapped in banana leaf.
AMLI South Shore Building
1618 E.Riverside Blvd.
Austin, Texas 78741
Monday – Thursday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Friday & Saturday, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Sunday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.