Before you rush to write off a fusion restaurant that serves Creole and Korean fare, eat a Fleur de Lilies. Sink your teeth into its glorious “Waygu Bulgolgi Burger,” a thick patty of juicy beef, its richness cut only by the mouth-watering sweet-soy marinade generously spiked with garlic, ginger and chili. Nosh on its luscious, blackened salmon that tastes as if it has been poached in Creole barbecue butter. Devour the pineapple glazed duck or the fusion spring rolls or the bread pudding with cream cheese ice cream. And while you’re at it, munch on some mighty fine sushi. Owners Misha K. Sampson and Alexis Kim’s eclectic, fusion fare may sound like an odd mix, but it’s so wonderful, it will make a believe out of even the most ardent doubter.