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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Fusia

3900 Las Vegas Blvd. S. (Reno Ave.) Send to Phone
702-262-4774
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS CLOSED Modern Chinese recipes are imaginatively fused with the cuisines of many other cultures.

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Fusia Restaurant Review

: THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS CLOSED Replacing the Luxor's Papyrus and its traditional décor and fare, Fusia offers modern Chinese cuisine presented in an ultra-modern 156-seat restaurant divided by screens to create a group of intimate settings. The 75-seat lounge is a popular gathering place to relax with a drink and, perhaps, a late-afternoon snack or dinner. In keeping with the name, innovative chef Gerald Trujillo successfully fuses Asian fare with ingredients from around the world. Among appetizers, the pan-seared diver scallop with a blue prawn, caramelized fennel, lemon-scented mashed potatoes and miso shrimp sauce is a favorite. We also like the blue crab and shrimp rolls with a sweet chili drizzle and the duck spring rolls with crêpe-wrapped wok vegetables. Among appealing entrées, we recommend the white miso-lacquered sea bass with stir-fried vegetables and a spring roll, and the bone-in filet mignon with Merlot sauce, grilled asparagus spears and coconut-scented sweet potatoes. A side enhancement is the four-way---opal basil, ginger, wasabi and chili garlic---mashed potatoes. Notable among desserts is the imaginative caramelized banana tart with ginger gelato topped with a parasol-shaped, wafer-thin slice of dried pineapple.
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