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Attractive new Thai/Vietnamese restaurant in Chelsea

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Attractive new Thai/Vietnamese restaurant in Chelsea

goodburps | Mar 26, 2011 07:32 PM

My SO and I had dinner tonight at Fusion Foods in Chelsea. Fusion has been a take out place for several years; three weeks ago they opened an upstairs dining room. The eating space is very attractive, with cocoa colored walls, bamboo mats on the walls, black tables--sleek, tasteful. It's quiet, with unobtrusive background music. We had fresh spring rolls with a spicy hoi sin dipping sauce; the rolls were crunchy, with fresh mint, thai basil and bean sprouts. My SO had pan seared salmon in cilantro grape soy over bed of lettuce with brown rice; the salmon was a very fresh piece of fish, nicely cooked,moist with a well balanced sauce. My dish was Coco Curry: butterfly shrimp over flat rice noodles, eggs sprouts topped with fresh mint & roasted peanuts; the waitress brought over some spicy nuoc mom which complemented the nicely spiced curry sauce; the shrimp were juicy and abundant and the serving was very generous. One appetizer and two entrees came to $43--very reasonable!

This first visit was very promising; Fusion Foods may be able to take its place in the upper tier of Asian food offerings in the area. It's definitely worth visiting!

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Fusion Foods
11 Everett Ave, Chelsea, MA 02150

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