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Tony's Asian Fusion Opens in Mattituck

Hamptons-based Asian-Fusion restaurant is getting buzz after only four days in business on the North Fork.

Tony's Fusion, a Hamptons-based restaurant featuring Chinese, Japanese and Thai cuisine and a wide selection of sushi, is open for business in Mattituck.

Located on Route 25 across the street from the Magic Fountain, Tony's takes the place of the old North Fork Grill building just west of North Fork Pool Care. After months of construction, the restaurant opened to good crowds this past Sunday.

"It's definitely been busy," said Tony's employee Shao Jie in between taking phone orders during lunch on Wednesday.

Jie added that management has set restaurant hours from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. seven days a week, though that might change depending on volume. Tony's joins in Cutchogue and nowin in offering up raw fish dishes.

New Suffolk resident Elaine Romagnoli was enjoying lunch on Wednesday and said this was the second time she'd eaten at Tony's Fusion since it opened.

"The fried rice is good, so is the fried eggplant and the coconut chicken soup — but the wantons are too heavy," she said. "They need a little work but I think [the owner] has a real hit on his hands here."

To view Tony's Fusion's menu, go to tonysfusionwest.com.

mary Silth October 30, 2011 at 02:32 PM
Tony's Fusion in Mattituck should drop their curry dishes. They're watery, very few ingredients and if you want rice you have to pay extra for it. Some things they do very well buy curry is not one of them. In essence you're paying a $16. for a bowl of very watery soup. Extremely disappointing. Their deep fried whole fish was excellent though. Sashimi very good. Chinese food is standard fare. Their drinks are very pricey as is most of their menu in comparison to other restaurants serving similar fare. The convenience is several cuisines under one roof. Our waitress only got one of the 3 orders correct. I ordered Masamam chicken curry, got beef. Another family member ordered a lobster sauce meal and got sweet & sour. Only Dad got what he ordered, fried whole fish, and enjoyed it immensely. I'll go back but they do need to improve their prices, service, and definitely improve their curry.
RG December 10, 2011 at 12:50 PM
first day off in 28 days i had the house to myself and all i wanted was sushi from tonys in mattituck. i get home all the way in calverton kick my shoes off and get comfortable and discover that they had given me the wrong order. i drive all the way back to mattituck and i just was so mad i just got my money back. they didn't say sorry or sorry for the inconvience none of that. totally ruined my nite. i guess its my own fault for not checking my order before i left
Christopher December 31, 2011 at 07:47 AM
always check, RG. anywhere you go, always check.
frankjfernandez July 04, 2012 at 01:08 AM
I just called to ask a question and was rudely hung up on. I'm sorry i asked if they delivered???
BOB PALADIN September 10, 2012 at 12:40 PM
gee i wonder where these people really went my dining experience has been second to none on the east end . great staff meticulous chefs and tasty dishs excellent attention to detail. i have eaten sushi in many places and this ranks with any NYC high priced place ..banwa

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