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Thursday, January 1, 2009


MFusion is one my favourite eating joint. The Restaurant's signature dish are Curry Fish and Salad Bean curd. As a food lover, we are constantly looking for nice places to have our meals yet Fusion is still one of the few restaurants we constantly come back for more. If you have not been to this place, it is worthwhile to give it a try especially the curry, I bet you would never regret!!!

Restaurant Fusion Corner
55-57, Jaln SS21/60, Damansara Utama
46300 Selangor, Malaysia.
Tel: 603-7727 3282

December 28, 2008. We brought our friend from Brisbane, Australia to Fusion; there were a total of 9 people.

We ordered a set dinner which consists of:

Curry Fish Fillet
Prawns with Garlic Boiled Egg
Yau Mak Fu Yee
Crab Meat Bean Curd
'Foo Yong' Fried Egg
Lam Yee Fried Chicken
Ice Kacang

The set dinner also includes rice.

How much?
It cost us a total of RM246.20, inclusive of tea.

Curry Fish Fillet (*highly recommended!)
This dish was definitely beyond awesome! It has a nice aromatic smell. The curry had just the right thickness. It was slightly creamy, yet wasn't too thick or oily. The fish fillet was very fresh. It's flesh were very tender and soft, and a little flaky (YUMMY!) There were vegetables such as long beans, okra (lady's finger), brinjals (egg plants) and cabbage. Besides that, 'taufu pok' can also be found in the curry. The curry was cooked to perfection and it wasn't too spicy. It was just the right taste for everyone. It was indeed a great opening dish.

Prawns with Garlic Boiled Egg
This is a very unique dish. Until now, I have only tried it in Fusion. The egg was boiled with garlic, thus giving it a very unique flavour. The prawns were fresh too. We were so engrossed with the food, until,....Oops!! we forgotten to snap a picture. Thousands apologies. ---Lame excuse!
Nevertheless, we really want to recommend this dish to all of you!

Yau Mak Fu Yee
Fu Yee (Fu yu/ Foo yu) is also known as fermented bean curd or preserved bean curd. It also has a nickname-- 'Chinese cheese' because of it's pungent aroma, smooth,creamy texture and also its saltiness. It is usually used in Chinese & Vietnamese cuisine.
Fu Yee goes well with congee, vegetables, and is a great marinating element.

Yau Mak is a version of the Romaine lettuce. The lettuce was fried well with the Fu Yee. The flavour of the Fu Yee was evenly spread throughout the dish.

Crab Meat Bean Curd
The bean curd was really soft. Once bitten, the soy dissolves in the mouth with the crab meat.
The bean curd was simmered well with the gravy.

'Foo Yong' Fried Egg
'Foo Yong' Fried Egg is a typical dish you can find in every Chinese restaurants.
It is nothing really special so we shall not comment on it.

Lam Yee Fried Chicken
Lam Yee (Nam Yee) is alike with Fu Yee (which I had mentioned above), preserved tofu, pickled tofu or fermented tofu.

The chicken meat were marinated with preserved soy bean and then deep fried.
The chicken meat has a crispy outer layer, and has a salty tasting flesh. This dish is best eaten while it's hot!

With the mouth watering curry, one would like to have more rice, as it is very appetizing indeed. The plain white rice becomes extraordinary rice when it is savoured with the curry. You can even eat it without any other dishes!

Ice Kacang
Ice Kacang is a Malay word literally translate as "Ice bean". Ice Kacang is a delicacy which is commonly found in coffee shops, hawker centre, or food stalls in Malaysia or Singapore. Ice Kacang are generally served with colorful cocktail dressings. It is made of shaved ice, red beans, sweet corn, green cendol bits, red jelly bits, grass jelly etc.

Basically, the Ice Kacang here is nothing spectacular. It is simple yet welcoming to the mouth.

The food is nice and reasonably priced. This is a good place to bring friends or love ones for a good meal.

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