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Stir Fry Café offers ‘Asian fusion’ food, art, entertainment

Stir Fry Café opened its third location at 11001 Parkside Drive Sept. 1, bringing “Asian fusion” cuisine to the Turkey Creek area.

“Asian fusion seems to be the term thrown around the most,” manager Maclean Bell said about the Thai and Chinese blend dishes.

Bell said one “very tasty” dish is “spicy noodles,” a chicken and shrimp noodle dish made with rice noodles.

Bell added the grilled filet mignon with wasabi mashed potatoes, mashed potatoes mixed with wasabi sauce “for heat,” and tempura asparagus served with a demi-glaze sauce is also a popular menu item.

“It’s a blend between comfort food — filet, mashed potatoes and asparagus — but twist it around and make it Asian,” Bell said.

Stir Fry Café also offers a cheese plate that Bell said goes well with “wine flights,” two-ounce pours of three red or white wines.

Bell added wine flights are great for people who want to try different wines but do not want to drink the entire glass.

Stir Fry Café also offers art and entertainment.

Bell said the atmosphere is “hip,” all of the artwork on the wall is by local artists and available for sale.

Bell added the café has live music three or four nights a week, usually Wednesday through Saturday.

The music begins at 10 p.m. and ranges from jazz to bluegrass to live DJs to singer/songwriters.

While Stir Fry Café does not charge a cover to see the entertainment, Bell said patrons should expect to pay about $6 to $10 for lunch and $8 to $14 for dinner.

Stir Fry Café is open from 11 a.m. to 1 a.m., Sunday through Tuesday, and from 11 a.m. to 3 a.m., Wednesday through Saturday.

Bell said the restaurant stays open later to give people a place to “hang out” after they get out of a late movie or get off from work at area restaurants.

Bell manages the café with general manager Brent Thompson, Heather Epperson, Brooke Cawthorn and Shannon Sensenbac.

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