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Wu Pops Up, Chinese-Inflected Brunch in Williamsburg

November 19, 2012

From Serious Eats: New York

Sesame flatbread with pork belly. [Photographs: Max Falkowitz]

Up until recently, the term "Asian Fusion" has mostly been cause for disdain—overwrought, underdelivered dumplings and sticky-sweet-and-salty fish just don't make for good eating. But that's been changing of late, all for the better, as smart chefs are bringing together ingredients and techniques that pay off on the plate, not just the drawing board.

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