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“Favourite meal in Prague”
Review of China Fusion

China Fusion
Ranked #3,363 of 5,854 Restaurants in Prague
Price range: US$15 - US$20
Cuisines: Sushi, Chinese, Japanese
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Good for: Business meetings
Dining options: Reservations
Neighbourhood: Nové Město (New Town)
Reviewed 12 August 2013

This restaurant has topped our list for meals out in Prague - unfortunately Czech food doesn't quite cut it for us.
We struggled to find this small restaurant, it's in a lovely courtyard through a shopping centre just of Wenceslas Square, when you see the signs for it overhead head right through the shopping centre doors and keep walking straight... The doors at the other end of the centre are open, despite their appearance. It's not the best location (probably why it is so quiet) but it is worth finding if you enjoy Asian style food.

The selection of food is incredible and despite this turning out to be our most expensive meal out I think they offer incredible value for money. We had a bottle of Rose which was well priced and far too easy to drink. We enjoyed a selection of California rolls, Gyoza, Pork Fatback. Beef Strips and Noodles (very full!) and the plates were finished within minutes, once you start you just can't stop!

The service we experienced was brilliant, the waiter spoke perfect English and returned frequently to top up our wine. This is the only restaurant in Prague where we have been asked how our meal was.

The restaurant also offers all you can eat Sushi from their belted bar, it's 680CZK and if you like Sushi looks like it could be a good deal.

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Reviewed 9 July 2013

We ha d been first in Vienna and then Prague and really felt likemsomethingmdifferent to eat so tried China fusion. ThE service was great, the entrees tasty and the mains a little disappointing. Bt it was lighter food than we had been having previously so were reasonably satisfied.

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Reviewed 22 June 2012

Prague is certainly not the place to find excellent Chinese food - in fact, far from it. In London, for example, one has a rich choice of fabulous Chinese restaurants, including the celebrated China Tang in Dorchester Hotel and/or the Royal Chinese restaurant on Bakers Street - plus many other very good Chinese eateries, all the way down to a myriad of acceptable take-away places. In Prague, the only good Chinese restaurant is the China Fusion in Slovansky dum (formerly in Svetozor arcade in Vodickova Streeet). First of all - the move to Slovansky dum was an excellent idea - as the former adress of this restaurant, in Svetozor arcade, was a most unappealing place (we have been frequent visitors to China Fusion at the former location, whenever we visited Prague, despite of the unfriendly environment of the Svetozor arcade).

China Fusion is run by a couple of very competent - and always most obliging - people, who do always their very best to make visitors feel welcome, suggesting the best choices of dishes and their accompaniments. The food is a true Chinese fair - if not the top-notch creation of true artists of this cuisine.I would especially recommend the slowly cook pork and the spicy Mongolian meet. There is also the famous Peking duck on the menu - good if one does not want to reach for stars, so to speak. I would recommend this restaurant to anybody visiting the City of Hundred Towers, who wish to experience, for a change, an oriental feast.

jdsepes, Geneva

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Reviewed 14 January 2012

The restaurant looks really nice, although always empty. The menu looked good so we went in. I admit that we might have met the only impolite person working in there, however. We weren't greeted back, she didn't say a word, she didn't walk us to the table, nothing. Although we were the only guests there, we really didn't "feel the love". A restaurant that charges about double the price for dishes that look the same as in any other Chinese place around the town should try to put a little more effort into the service. I am not rating the food since we left disappointed before ordering anything.

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2  Thank dashiki1
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Reviewed 12 November 2011

My wife & I searched this place out based on Trip Advisor reviews. We really enjoyed ourselves. The service was fantastic (OK we wee the only ones in there on a Saturday night), the food was really good and the atmosphere was modern Asian. It's located in a little shopping alley that's dark and deserted after normal business hours...not the best location but definitely worth seeking out!
Wonton soup, rice and udom noodles w/ shrimp and coco-walnut creme brûlée was all fantastic!

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