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1947 Bank St.
Plenty of selection at Fusion House
Enjoy some fabulous Sushi and other great food at Fusion House…
With a menu that boasts over 200 all-you-can-eat items, Fusion House on Bank Street is quickly becoming one of Ottawa's premier hotspots for Chinese and traditional Japanese cuisine.
Described as a mixture of both styles, its menu is a unique blend of traditional and modern dishes that consists of favourites like: Tempura, Fried Rice, Spring Rolls, Chicken Teriyaki, Teppanyaki, Udon and all-you-can-eat Dim Sum.
Not to be outdone, Fusion House also has a large selection of beef inspired dishes sure to please the beef lover in you with popular all you can eat staples such as: Beef Skewers, Beef Short Ribs, and last but not least Grilled Sirloin Steak.
Since its grand re-opening eight months ago, this much talked about Grilled Sirloin Steak dish has become a favourite amongst new and returning customers. Presented as a standalone piece, this made to order dish is a classic. Grilled to a perfect medium rare and topped off with teriyaki sauce, this appetizing dish has become the must-have item for customers visiting Fusion House for the first time.
Guaranteed to satisfy the strongest of appetites, Fusion House's combination of sushi and all-you-can-eat Dim Sum ensures that there's always an abundance of food ready and on hand for customers to enjoy.
In addition to the various items they offer, Fusion House's all-you-can-eat menu also includes complimentary drinks, desserts and ice cream of every flavour and kind.
Although it's undergone significant changes over the years, 1947 Bank St. is still the place to be for customers looking for a unique and casual dining experience.
Whether you're going for lunch or dinner, Fusion House is a sushi lover's dream and with plenty of items to choose from, there's sure to be a little something for everyone.
Fusion House is located at 1947 Bank St. and is open Monday-Sunday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
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