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About Fredrick's Fusion Bistro
Frederick's Fusion Bistro is a laid-back, elegant dining spot in the heart of Incline Village, Nevada, just minutes from the cerulean waters of Lake Tahoe, and a quick drive along the Lake, no matter where you're staying on the North Shore. A New American Bistro with an Asian twist, "Fred's" as the locals call it, offers a wide variety of sushi and sashimi preparations that are the perfect way to start off a relaxed dinner after a long day skiing, or as a main attraction after tooling around in your boat on a hot summer's day. Entrees are seasonal, taking advantage of the freshest ingredients available, and with a full bar. a well-curated wine list and excellent service, you'll quickly learn why this tiny restaurant is a Tahoe insider's favorite. Reservations are recommended. Walk-ins accepted at the bar.
Incline Village, NV 89451
Fusion / Eclectic, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Tuesday - Saturday: 5:00PM - 9:30PM
$31 to $50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
At Fredrick’s Fusion Bistro we specialize in both on-site and off-site catering events. Whether you’re hosting a wedding reception or would like to bring in a party of close friends and family, our staff will work with you to make your event one to remember.
Parking right in front of the restaurant. If you are staying at the Hyatt, ask the valet about a free shuttle.
Private Party Facilities:
A complete restaurant buy-out is available. Please contact us for details.
Private Party Contact:
Greg Erb: (775) 832-3007
Beer, Corkage Fee, Fireplace, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Takeout, Wine
Fredrick's Fusion Bistro Ratings and Reviews
Michelin 1 Star - I predict. The freshest cuisine, excellent presentation, creative and while not trendy, it was a WOW! experience. We are foodies and also always looking for quality and taste.
If you have that AND excellent, personable, experienced servers then you will enjoy this sweet, cozy place in a tiny shopping center near the Lake. We have NEVER had better sashimi, even in very expensive sushi restaurants. And the price was unbelievable, less than half what other quality spots charge. Flown in fresh, always. So melt-in-your mouth delicious, flavorful, bountiful servings and little touches, such as super-thin slices of lemon added to the presentation on a smooth wooden board.
Their sushi rolls are original. Ours had crunch and savory, so buttery was the fish and a zing inside. If you took a macro photo of just one piece you'd want to enlarge it, print it and frame it for your wall. Perfect combination of nature meets creativity. The cauliflower soup was to rave for because it was comfort food and so sweet, with a crunch of tiny fried buds to make you smile.
Ah, but the sautéed spinach was a yum-yum surprise with every bite, accompanied by a bed of light fresh creamy sauce to balance the acidity. I prefer hot sake but this place specializes in cold sake and you'll find the server very knowledgeable.
All I can say is that I would drive an hour to eat here again and will tell everyone I know that this place, a hidden gem with a little fireplace to warm you on a cool Tahoe evening, to be on my go-to restaurant list. If this restaurant were in NY or SF or LA, there would be lines outside. Trust me, it's that good.
Our party of 7 found this cozy local restaurant serendipitously, but we were all quite pleased by the creative way chef fused Asian flavors with classic cuisine to produce uniquely delicious seasonal appetizers and entrees, that were splendidly satisfying. Portion size was on the small side, but we left satisfied nonetheless. A local gem that we will visit again.
Staff was friendly, but not on it with the water (our litmus test for good service). It's in a small event room for the hotel, which was odd. The pictures of food on open table looked amazing, but the execution of the food was poor, except the calamari (That was the best thing we ordered). The crispy pork belly was overcooked (So sad, I was so looking forward to it). How you can overcook Halibut is beyond me, but it was overcooked. Definitely a disappointment.
Wow the chef was so accommodating to our needs and the food was AMaZING! The scallops appetizer has a little spice and was delicious. They were cooked perfectly! My Caesar salad was the best I’ve had in incline village! Props to the chef! We will be back tomorrow again for dinner thanks
This is one of our best dining experiences of 2017. The service was prompt, courteous and fun in just the right balance. The food was simply excellent. We both had seafood, and it was tasty, had just the right texture, was properly seasoned, and was just plain fun. We've already recommended Fredrick's Fusion to friends who go to Tahoe, and we will certainly be back.
This is one of our favorite restaurants in Incline but usually the noise level is unbearable which it was not on this evening as it was the low season between the summer and winter seasons. The food is always excellent with the exception of the Sushi which is quite average but still tasty. The sake choices were good while not extensive and very tasty as well. The staff help was very friendly and helpful. Always look forward to going back for the lobster dogs, tuna poke and a very original take on miso soup.
We verysimply liked nothing about it. The food was mediocre in three cases and actually bad in a fourth. The waitress was knowledgeable but way too gabby. It was a disappointing experience. On the other hand, we appear to be in the minority, as most reviewers seemed to like it. But we definitely won't be back.
Found on Open Table. Small and obviously known by the locals. Each dish was delicious. One waitress who waited on a dozen tables but with efficiency, attentiveness and cheerfulness. SO if you are in a hurry to eat and go, don't bother. If you are content to wait, converse and enjoy the food and wine and have memories of a fine meal, come here. A varied menu. Out of the ordinary and obviously prepared with expertise and care. On our list for next year.
Been to Fredricks and have never been disappointed. We like to go to the Happy Hour and sample all the half-price appetizers on the menu. The duck egg rolls were killer (and I don't really care for duck), the scallops were perfectly prepared and the ahi wontons are fantastic as are the half-dozen or so sushi rolls on the menu. Highly recommended.
The food was outstanding. The restaurant had some issues that night (which could not be helped) so our dinner took 21/2 hrs. The waitress was wonderful and very accommodating. She gave us 2 free drinks, along with an appetizer and no corkage fee. I would def go again because they did the best they could with an unfortunate situation.
The Staff was very polite and friendly. Jamie was our server and she could not have been nicer. Over all the food and service were average. The Coffin sandwich was hard, very crusty and fairly dry. We thought the meal was a little pricey for what we got served to drink and eat.
Fredrick's has been around for a long time. Service is friendly and food is consistently good. Seating is limited so reservations are recommended in the busy seasons, e.g., ski and summer, especially on Friday and Saturday. Along with steak and salmon, sushi is a staple of the menu.
What a great little gem. Next to the great snow, this was a highlight to our getaway. Far and away the best food and service we had in the area. We were staying at the Ritz on Northstar and this place blows away any dining option there. From start to finish, there wasn't anything that we ordered that was very good. The seafood hot pot was amazing and my wife's filet was solid as well.
Excellent creative food. We had a fresh wild salmon dish that was very flavorful and beautifully cooked. The dish was paired with a delicious slaw and we asked for spinach on the side which was cooked to perfection. The cocktail selection is innovative and delightful and wait staff were friendly and attentive. We will definitely be returning.
Felt because we weren't "regulars" we were ignored. Upon walking in we were greeted with sit anywhere there's a table for two. Didn't have a reserved table for making a reservation. Appetizer took 45 minutes, then dinner arrived 5 minutes after appetizer was finished. Food is very good and flavorful. Attitude and serve need work. Not the first time we have experienced this, so, not sure we will be back, which is a shame since there are not many restaurants in Incline where we live.
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