Fusion shmusion...It's an Indian restaurant that has kept a specific menu for Indian food lovers (not a shocker if you know Indians ;-) ) and there were at least three tables when i arrived that had Indian patrons eating Indian dishes- which is cool- I'm just making sure that I call it as it is.
So where's the Chinese? Well there are some 'Chinese' ingredients like Lo Mein noodles peppered throughout the menu- but there is no real attempt to marry the flavours of both cuisines here....it's more about more or less spicy chili dishes- which is nice- it's just not Indian-Chinese fusion.
Feel free to read my other reviews if you want to see where I'm coming from on this.
I was further disapointed by the pleasant waitress who seemed incapable of telling me what was their specialty- I had to first tell her if I wanted fish, vegetables, chicken or lamb first....WHO CARES? Just tell me what you are famous for.....Instead I hear that the first dish listed on the chicken menu is what many people order- Really? Shocker!
At which point you start to think the whole thing is a bit of joke. So I looked for the words that repeated alot- Chili, garlic- and placed my order.
Chili garlic noodles with chicken....presented in a nice stir fry wok...tasted zippy and the flavors were there...albeit a tad greasy for my taste. For 12 bucks hard to fault.
Bathrooms acceptable but not 'really' clean. The whole sombre atmosphere makes this place more of a dinner than a lunch place....unless you like to eat in the dark.
Would I go so far as to call this a 'must see?' Not really. It's a vaguely interesting attempt at fusion that falls short though the service was pleasant (but not helpful) and the food pretty underwhelming.
Would I go back? No.
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