Over at Kellogg & Greenwich, sits FUSA. They are an Asian fusion restaurant that opened nearly a decade ago after being located inside Towne East Square from 2003 to 2011. While many people may classify them as a Chinese restaurant, they are truly a fusion restaurant that encompasses all sorts of different dishes like burgers, quesadillas, burritos, jambalaya, smoothies, boba and more. Don’t be intimidated by their vast selection, they have a little of everything that can meet all food preferences.
303 S Greenwich Rd
Wichita, KS 67207
Open Daily: 11am – 9pm
I’ve been by countless times over the years but never got around to a full review. Fortunately, I remembered to take pictures this time to share our experience. On my latest visit, we ordered takeout. We had chicken fried rice, jambalaya, and probably their most popular dish the honey walnut chicken.
All the dishes were made fresh and in a very timely manner over lunch.
Once home, everybody dug in and was very complimentary of the food. I had the jambalaya and while it wasn’t your typical dish, they took their own liberties to create this Asian-fusion version which came off as a delicious alternative. There was a hint of creole seasoning and other spices to it to give it some heat. I wouldn’t necessarily call it jambalaya but I’m never against people putting their spins on food.
The kids scarfed down the fried rice and said they enjoyed it so that was all I needed to hear.
Lastly the honey walnut chicken was everything people said it was. It was served with crispy chicken on a bed of steamed rice and topped with roasted walnuts and drizzled with their FUSA dressing. The dressing really made the dish and give it a rich and creamy texture. It was like an Asian comfort dish. The roasted walnuts were perfectly paired with the crispy chicken to give some additional substance to the meal. We all loved it.
While I typically am not a big fan of restaurants with big menus in fear of mediocre dishes, FUSA did a great job with everything we ordered. I have yet to try other fusion style dishes like their burgers or quesadillas, so I’ll have to go back in the future to give those a try.
Lastly, the staff there was very friendly. One of the ladies there was very engaging and had that vibe she was having a great day. That infectious vibe rubbed off on me and made me feel amazing after walking out with my food.
Here’s their menu:
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