Thursday, August 1, 2013

Fusion Haven Cafe & Restaurant @ Sri Petaling

Fusion Haven Cafe & Restaurant (無國界) is located in Bandar Baru Sri Petaling at the same row with Sri Petaling Police Station. For those who are not familiar with that area like myself might not know about this undiscovered gem of fusion cuisine. Not long ago, they has just introduced their new Fusion Haven menu. It is complete with mouthwatering selections of Italian, Japanese, Korean, Jamaican, American, & German cuisines.



The founder, Danny Loke has opened this restaurant for more than 10 years after he decided to take a big leap from his career working in an advertising company. His principal is to deliver the best from his restaurant out to his customers and so that's why he constantly keen to get feedbacks to improve his business.

Salusciccia Grilled Portobello Mushroom (19.90)
This is the Italian style grilled fresh Portobello mushroom stuffed with homemade pork meat and breadcrumbs. I was a little late that day cause I've been lost on my way there and the Map app on my iPad was inaccurate so I missed the full presentation shot of this dish. There was about 3 large pieces of the grilled fresh Portobello mushroom and I must say that this is a good appetizer for those who likes Portobello mushroom. The combination of pork meat and breadcrumbs stuffed in the mushroom goes very well together with a little moist to it.

American Fusion Style BBQ Pork Spare Ribs (RM39.90)
Next, we had the American Fusion Style BBQ Pork Spare Ribs. This grilled pork spare ribs comes with fruits BBQ sauce with fries. I enjoy dipping the fries into the special sauce, both were equally good but the pork spare ribs were overly cooked that the meat actually broke too easily before putting it into my mouth.

Korean Style Kimchi Sausage Omelette Rice (RM8.90)
This is one of my favorite main dish, theKorean Style Kimchi Sausage Omelette Rice. It's a bowl of rice and teriyaki sauce topped with egg and pork sausages, kimchi, leeks, seaweed, sesame and ebiko. If you are feeling down or not knowing what to eat, I would suggest this dish to cheer you up with its very delightful taste in it. It's not too heavy yet enjoyable although some might preferred to have Chinese sausage in this dish instead.

Hawaiian Turkey Ham & Banana (RM26.90)
Hawaiian pizza with pineapple and chicken is too mainstream. You should try this Hawaiian style turkey ham and banana pizza, topped with mozzarella and cheddar cheese, dressed with special marinara sauce and the best thing is the charcoal crust! I would order this again even just for tea break!

Smoked Duck Pomodoro Alfredo (RM23.90)
This pasta consist of pieces of tender smoked duck meat, cream spaghetti with mushrooms, tomato puree, wine and parmesan cheese. The sauce is a mixture of tomato puree and cream are more watery and has a mild taste in it unlike those normal alfredo which is more thick and creamy.

California Unagi Rice Noodle Roll (RM18.90)
Another appetizer, the California Unagi Rice Noodle Roll. This is a tempura style fried rice noodle rolled with unagi, dressed with teriyaki sauce and topped with ebiko. The unagi was pretty good and I don't feel bloated at all compared to those typical california unagi where they use rice instead of fried rice noodle in this dish.

Cabonara (RM16.90)
The Cabonara is Italian inspired creamy spaghetti with bacon, eggs and parmesan cheese. The sauce was really tasty and perfect for my liking but somehow I would prefer the spaghetti not to be too soft for a slight chewy sensation in each bite.

Cream of Mushroom Soup Topped with Pastry (RM9.90)
This is a homemade fresh mushroom soup baked with puff pastry. Nothing much I can say about this soup but if you choose to have something light, this might be a good choice.

Warm Hearted Chocolate Cake with Ice Cream (RM7.90)
Done with the main and appetizers, here comes the desserts! This is the Warm Hearted Chocolate Cake with Ice Cream, I like the name of this. It's lava chocolate cake topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and pumpkin seeds. Look at the picture below and you will know how tempting it was.


Hot lava chocolate pouring out from the chocolate cake melting the icy cool vanilla ice cream. I'm 100% sure that no one could resist this unless you are allergic to vanilla or chocolate! :P

Marmalade Caramel Pudding (5.90)
The Marmalade Caramel Pudding is also one of their top seller desserts. Caramel pudding made of brown sugar, eggs, milk, cream and fruit marmalade. The pudding is soft and sweet with a slight bitterness at the end thanks to the burnt sugar.

Jasmine Green Tea (RM5.50)
The Jasmine Green Tea is cooling and refreshing especially on a hot sunny afternoon. They also serve Hot Brewed Columbian Coffee, Fresh Juice, Ice Blended, Healthy High Fibre Juice, Flower Tea, soft drinks and beer as well.

Overall, Fusion Haven is one of the better fusion cuisine restaurant that I've ever been to. Prices are not so economical but reasonable. The only thing that troubles me is the location, Sri Petaling which is quite far from where I stay unless I am around that area then probably I will drop by for their Korean Style Kimchi Sausage Omelette Rice and Hawaiian Turkey Ham & Banana.


Fusion Haven Cafe & Restaurant
45, Jalan Radin Anum 1,
Bandar Baru Sri Petaling,
57000 Kuala Lumpur, 
Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur ‎


Opening hours:
 Sunday - Monday from 11.30am - 11.00pm.
Closed on the 2nd Tuesday of the month.

Non halal. WiFi is available.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fusionhavencafe?fref=ts


.: Peace Out :.