Asian Fusion restaurant located in International Village.
Living in nearby Strathcona, we have had our share of Chinatown dining experiences, and in fact, could be considered seasoned veterans as Caucasian Chinese food enthusiasts. East Fusion has never disappointed! I do not eat red meat, and I find them to be very reliable when it comes to my perennial request of, "no pork".
My favorite dishes are the Singapore Noodles (no pork) with shrimp, and the deep fried squid with chilies is amazing.
Go here before or after the game, or call for take out if you live nearby.
Just had lunch there. The shrimp wonton are pretty good. It's now $3.50 for a bowl. The shrimp are big and packed into the dumpling. The egg noodles are not overcooked as I was reading in an earlier review. I wonder what noodle they ordered.
I wasn't sure of the portion size, so two of us had a shrimp wonton bowl each, and order a fried rice (seafood) and a appy of Chilli Fried Shrimp. The seafood rice was huge and had a lot of seafood in it (fish, scallops, shrimp) and the chilli shrimp were great.
Great place for lunch, and for now...the price is right.
I will go back here when I think they will treat me like a human and not a Gweilo
I tried to order some veggies with a kind or protein and some carbs. But what I ended up with One type of veggie and some (I think there was some) meat with fried noodles. Ten bucks plus a tip and no proper take away bag.
The menu is large but lacks veggies with a protein and a carb combo.
The fancy bowl came and in included a spoon and fork. AAAaaaaaaaAaaaa how raciest of them.
When my neighbour had a restaurant he never give Asian people chop sticks with there turkey sandwich.
The veggie was bok choy and that's it The bowl was mostly fried noodles. The meat was nothing that I've never had a hundred times over. And so little of it.
But the worse part of this was the water. I've had chunky water in the past but I've never had water that tasted like a swamp. And this is the same water that they use for all of their cooking. Yuck!
As the meal was mostly one dollars worth of fried noodles I asked to take the rest with me for my cats. They love human food
At the bottom on the bowl is a dark soup like liquid that must have been the flavour as there was little to be had in the meal it's self. But the manager placed this in a clam shell and not a sealed container as it should have been. Having spent the rest of the night Christmas shopping I found it very difficult to not tip and spill this liquid from out of the clam top to the plastic bag in one store after the other until I tossed it in the trash. Nothing much lost.
There are no condiments on the table so you have to ask for everything. And you wait for everything.
My meal took 20 minutes with only four other people in the restaurant.
As for fusion what fusion? I would love to come across restaurants that they show on the T.V. show Diners Drive-Ins and Dives. This place was just a Asian factory food outlet.