For seven years, Infusion Cuisine has been serving up a little bit of everything. Founders Eduardo Diego and Yesenia Pulido designed this restaurant to please every palate. 

Having worked in the restaurant industry for years, Diego noticed that the three most popular types of cuisine were Italian, Chinese, and Mexican. All the dishes on Infusion Cuisine’s menu fit into one of these categories. 

Like most restaurants, the COVID-19 pandemic affected business, but Infusion quickly made the best of the situation by opening a pick-up window for to-go orders. They plan to keep this new feature even as pandemic restrictions are lifted. 

Pulido says the support of their customers during the shutdown was so great that Infusion Cuisine was able to completely remodel its interior. The restaurant got much more than a paint job with new flooring, tables, chairs, and even the addition of a bar. 

What to Order 

Start your meal off with the Chinese Chicken Salad ($15.99). Napa cabbage, cashews, rice noodles, and wontons combine to create a crisp and crunchy start to your dinner. The salad comes served with an in-house dressing which mixes ingredients such as soy sauce, hoisin sauce, and sesame oil. 

The Spring Rolls ($5.99) are hand-filled with Napa cabbage, bell peppers, yellow squash, zucchini, mushrooms, and rice noodles. One bite and you’ll understand why this is Infusion Cuisine’s most popular appetizer. 

For those craving a taste of Italy, try the Chicken Piccata ($19.99). This pasta dish comes with chicken breast, linguine noodles, a vegetable medley, and garlic cheese bread. The aglio oil and wine sauce deepen the flavor of the linguine. 

For something Mexican-inspired, try the Carne Asada ($18.99). Meat lovers in your family will particularly enjoy this meal. Served with refried beans, Mexican rice, guacamole, and corn tortillas, you’ll leave the table satiated and satisfied.   

For those craving Chinese fare, order the Kung Pao Chicken ($17.99), the most popular dish on the menu. Onion, oyster sauce, chili flakes, and cashews come together to add a zesty flavor to this plate. If chicken isn’t your meat of choice, order the Kung Pao Shrimp instead ($19.99). 

Every weekend, Infusion Cuisine offers a new weekend special. Offerings range from halibut and oysters to steak. No matter what you’re in the mood for, there’s something for everyone at Infusion Cuisine. 6912 Hannegan Rd., Lynden, 360.778.1726,