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When you think of Mediterranean food, you have your choice of 21 countries to consider. At Mediterrano, we use fusion to help you enjoy your meal without the heavy contemplation.

What is Fusion Food?

Fusion food is a general term for the combination of various forms of cookery and comes in several forms. Regional fusion combines different cuisines of a region or subregion into a single eating experience.

Originally Speaking

When you think of Greek Kabobs you may envision a skewer with tomatoes, onions, green peppers and some type of meat like chicken or lamb. This meal is this coated with basic Greek spices and flavorings like oregano, lemon and olive oil while served over a barley pilaf.

Taking It Up A Notch

Shades of Emeril are conjured up with that heading, and BAM! A Fusion Kabob might add a spice from Morocco like cinnamon or coriander, along with a non-uniquely Greek vegetable from Spain like piquillo peppers and served over a bed of Italian Risotto.

That’s the Mediterrano way!

What’s In A Name?

At Mediterrano we serve a Mediterranean sea bass under the label of


grilled whole sea bass . orzo . peas . cherry tomatoes . scallions . lemon zest


You might expect a traditional French style dish, after all just look at the name. But whether you ask for loup de mer (French), robalo (Portuguese), lubina (Spanish), or branzino (Italian) at Mediterrano you’ll get a Mediterranean Fusion of flavors with our using a secret blend of Mediterranean spices.

For The Traditionalist

Not everything is fused at Mediterrano, we serve some great regional Mediterranean dishes as though they came from Mama’s kitchen and her original old world recipes.


chorizo . chicken . calasparra rice . mussels . clams . shrimp . saffron . peas


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