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.