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Fusion Asian Grill

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3161 E. Fairview Ave. Meridian, ID 83642 208-855-5930

Cheryl Rawden - Idahoeats contributing writer

Sandwiched between Krispy Kreme doughnuts and Denny’s near the corner of Eagle Road and Fairview Ave sits a terrific eatery called Fusion Asian Grill. The word “fusion” means a style of cooking that combines ingredients and techniques from very different cultures or countries and is aptly used in the name of this restaurant. Opened in 2006, Fusion Asian Grill covers many ethnic cuisines including Thai, Korean, and Chinese but the main focus is primarily on Vietnamese. Deep plum colored walls and a black ceiling give this establishment a very warm and cozy feeling. The dark tables are set with rectangular shaped black dishes and golden yellow chopsticks.

Appetizers consist of the ever popular Lettuce Wraps, Spring Rolls and Crab Rangoon. There are also interesting Summer Rolls (Vietnamese) which are wrapped in rice paper and are not fried. Soups start at $8.50 and are quite large in size so be prepared to share. Lunch is served from 11 am to 4 pm. Select from over a dozen items in the $7.95 to $8.50 price range including Hot & Spicy Chicken or Beef, Grilled Pork & Shrimp on Rice Noodles, and Crispy Honey Chicken or Pork. Dinner can be ordered from 11 am until 9:30 pm. Most items are between $9.95 and $14.95 including hot & spicy entrees, grilled items and clay pot dishes as well as lower priced ($7.95 to $9.95) vegetarian feasts. The Fusion’s Special Tray is “a fun dish that allows you to use your fingers” with ingredients such as lettuce wraps, steamed noodles, herbs, vegetables and grilled meats. There’s also an option of having food grilled at your table.

We ordered an appetizer of Crab Rangoon and two lunch specials, Chicken Curry ($7.50) and Sweet & Sour Pork ($7.95). Within just a few minutes of ordering came surprisingly delicate and crispy crab Rangoon ($4.95 for six). They were wrapped into triangular shapes rather than the little “purses” with four pushed-in corners. A nice pungent sweet and sour type of sauce accompanied them. Shortly after came our entrees. The spicy chicken curry was served in a very unusual turquoise star shaped dish. As stunning as it was to look at it was equally as delicious. Huge chunks of tender chicken and firm potatoes with sliced green onions and carrots dancing in a curry sauce. Wow! After one bite we understood why this was one of their more popular dishes. The sweet & sour pork was lightly fried, tasty as ever, and was served on an attractive Oriental plate.

Desserts are a bit adventurous. How about Chocolate Thunder, layers of chocolate cake with chocolate frosting and strawberry sauce or a Crispy Banana Spring Roll? If those are unable to fulfill a sweet tooth there’s always pineapple or green tea ice cream!

With ample serving portions, delicious and unique food, and attentive, quick service this could easily become one of your favorites!


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A mix of several cuisines including Korean, Thai, Chinese and Vietnamese. See full review here

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