Fusion Delight food delivery

Fusion Delight

Carindale, Shop 2, 433 Old Cleveland Road, Camp Hill, Brisbane

🛍 Casual Dining , Indian , Mexican , Nepalese , Seafood

3.3 💬8 Reviews

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Wow I've never had "Mexican" this bad. Nachos topped with peas, lettuce and some other unidentifiable vegetables. Tacos with peas, potato, green beans and carrot and a chimichanga that was curried chicken with rice wrapped in a soft tortilla with guacamole on top. In case you read this and think well that sounds interesting we tried it so you don't have to. Save yourself and run for the hills!

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Ordered take away - ran out of lamb shanks unfortunately.... had Nepalese chicken and momos - quite okay. Bf had mango chicken however wasn't overly impressed. Service was quick and friendly though. Reasonably priced.

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