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The Fusion Kitchen


Finally there is some trendy place in Borivali for a Foodie. It was my first experience here in ‘The Fusion Kitchen’ and can't wait to come back with my friends!


Beverage: 
Kiwi Kiss - A tangy & sweet mix of Pineapple, Orange & Kiwi.  


Pineapple Mojito – It’s a refreshing drink indeed. Pineapple & mint is really a good combo. There are various other flavours too in Mojito for my next time.









Food: 
Joojeh Kebab - The chicken was soft & fresh. Taste goes with what they have described in the menu. You can actually rely on menu!



Las Verduras aji Verde – It’s a veg. sizzler. I really loved the bell pepper rice. The aroma & its distinct taste are simply amazing. Potato cheese cutlet was complimenting it. 



Gallo Pinto - A non-veg. dish. The highlighting part for me was the grilled chicken breast. It was filling & tasty.



Aphrodite - Who said Pizza's are unhealthy! This mouth watering pizza is made of spinach flavoured lush green dough. It was thin, crunchy and full of cheese & with of course the toppings. 



Dessert: 

Flower Pot - Here I was astonished by the innovation, creativity & the flower pot itself. You read it right! You literally get a flower pot to eat. A layering of vanilla ice cream, cake & Oreo cookies is what makes it delicious. It’s a yummy way to conclude dinner.









Service: 
Courteous with a right amount of enthusiasm. If it's your first visit go with their suggestions. Trust me you'll leave with a satisfied tongue & tummy. :D 


Ambience: 
Trendy is the word. The soft music in background adds up to the taste. The arrangement of tables is different which suits all kinds of crowd – family, friends & couple. I loved the way it is.


Room for Improvement: 
Nothing! Please be the way you are. I would love to visit such relaxing place in Borivali again & again. Keep innovating!


Rating: 
5/5
 


A place to hangout, munch food & have some fun. - The Fusion Kitchen.

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Abhishek Gorale

A software engineer by profession and a curious blogger by will. An ambivert who balances his creative and geeky sides.


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