Fuzion is an Asian-themed restaurant, and I say “themed” because I don’t think there is a lot of fusion going on here, just offerings from many Asian cuisines in the same location. That said, the food is not suffering from it. The restaurant can be broken down into three parts: a la carte, which is more Vietnamese – Thai in its culinary direction, the wok, which is more Chinese, and the yakitori, which is Japanese. Our server offered to bring us some skewers from the yakitori station, and we gladly took him up on the offer. The wok station has a variety of fried rice and noodle dishes, as well as stir fried meat and vegetables. The a la carte offers a selection of curries and noodles, as well as spring rolls and other starters. Overall, the food was very good, and it’s definitely worth a visit while you are on the property.