Food and “Fusion”!June 17, 2013
Rating: 3 out of 5
Fusion near Star Theatre is one of those places that looks pretty on the outside but still requires some amount of improvement on the inside. It is a smart looking place with comfortable and well arranged sitting arrangements. The place has a certain amount of natural feel to it due to the glass walls. The service can be inconsistent sometimes; prompt and efficient on the one hand and slow and incompetent on bad days. On days that you are not in a hurry such inefficiency can be overlooked. There is also lack of consistency with regards to the quantity of the food served to the diners. The quality on the other hand is fresh and healthy. Both their Chinese and North Indian preparations are satisfactory. The price of food is also acceptable and within a reasonable range.
From their very limited soup options, you can savor some nice chinese flavors with their chicken hot and sour soup, chicken manchow soup and sweet corn soup. Their Chinese starters (like chicken 65, crispy chicken, chicken drumsticks and golden fried prawns) are delish items.
They can be very generous with their fried rice and noodle staples. You need to keep this in mind while you order them. Some top noodle and fried rice picks to be had from here can be their mixed Sichuan Hakka chow, chicken Hakka chow, mixed Sichuan fried rice and mixed fried rice. Some of the side dishes to go with these dishes are the usual Chinese basics like chili chicken, sweet and sour prawn, Manchurian fish and Sichuan prawn.
Their north Indian preparations are worth a shot though I didn’t much care for them. Kebabs like chicken tandoori, chicken reshmi kebab and mutton bare kebab were well prepared and can be had as starters.
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