F.A.M.E., the Asian restaurant coming to The Linq, now has an opening date — May 23. The restaurant plans to offer up seven quick-service Asian concepts on the first floor that cover Japanese ramen and Taiwanese dumplings as well as Hong Kong-style roast carvings and Boba tea.
Also on tap, Fukuburger, the Eater 38-worthy food truck that serves burgers with a Japanese twist. The food truck, the first to take over the food truck station inside the Asian market, plans to dish out the same menu found on its mobile unit.
Look for the namesake Fukuburger, an all-beef Fuku-patty topped with American cheese, lettuce, tomato, onions, wasabi mayo and drizzled with Fuku sauce; Tamago, an all-beef Fuku-patty topped with furikake, teriyaki, wasabi mayo, finished with crispy onion strings and a fried egg; Naga Dog, a one-third pound hot link topped with grilled kimchi, Daikan relish, wasabi mayo, spicy kabayaki and harinori; and Togarshi garlic fries served with crack sauce and ketchup, and more. The idea here is the Fukuburger is just the first of many food trucks that will take over the stall.
Other fare found on the lower level bazaar include dim sum, stir-fry, barbecue and crepes. Also find microbrews from all over Asia in bottles and on tap. Tiger and dragon dances and Taiko drum performances will entertain in this market environment.
Upstairs, find Fōchun, serving a "hybrid of innovative Asian cuisine" by chef Bryan Emperor for dinner only.
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