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711 Eastern Ave. (President St.) Send to Phone
This Asian-fusion restaurant fuses culinary traditions without ever going over the edge. The kitchen knows how to intrigue without straying too far from the standard.

Dinner Tues.-Sun.

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED EurAsian Harbor Restaurant Review

: Restaurateur Steve de Castro sure knows his business. This addition to his burgeoning empire---which includes four Ruth's Chris steakhouses, Babalu Grill, and more---is another winner. The Asian-fusion theme is evoked in clean-lined furnishings, live orchids and a striking palette of gray vividly brightened with red accents. But it is the menu, from its exhortation to Relax, enjoy, be creative...follow your own path to its intriguing blending of East and West, that carries the standard. The kitchen fuses culinary traditions without ever going over the edge. It uses plum wine, for example, instead of red wine in a whole-grain mustard sauce for its filet of pepper-crusted beef. And the roasted citrus-marinated duck is crisped, Peking-style, in the fryer just before serving. As with all the de Castro properties, the food is complemented by a carefully chosen wine list. EurAsian Harbor knows how to intrigue, without ever straying too far from tradition.


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