Bing’s On Vacation

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Hey there fellow Chester County residents, “Chaz” here, filling in for Bing who is currently on vacation, at an undisclosed location on an undisclosed island. While he is probably indulging in frozen drinks with umbrellas in them, along with giant, fresh caught shrimp fed to him by beautiful local ladies, I am here, still working hard every day, trying to find some good dining options here in our area. 

On a recommendation from a friend, I checked out a place off the “beaten path.”   b2ap3_thumbnail_fusionasian.jpg

 

Tucked into the corner of the West Goshen Town Shopping Center on West Chester Pike, just past Five Points Road is Fusion Asian.  Sure, there have been a lot of these little places popping up everywhere and I’ve been skeptical of most.  You need not be with this particular gem. 

On a recommendation from a friend, I checked out a place off the “beaten path.”  Tucked into the corner of the West Goshen Town Shopping Center on West Chester Pike, just past Five Points Road is Fusion Asian.  Sure, there have been a lot of these little places popping up everywhere and I’ve been skeptical of most.  You need not be with this particular gem. 

First off, it’s B.Y.O.B., with NO CORKAGE FEE!  Yep!  That’s awesome because like a lot of others, I’m on a budget, which the menu does not stretch.  The menu reads as you may expect, however, you can trust that everything will be FRESH and very reasonably priced. 

For example instead of your standard mini, curled up, rubbery shrimp, the plates boast large, succulent prawns for $7.95.  (Bing’s island ain’t got nothing on these babies)  There are also delicious vegetarian entrees for under $7.  You will also be able to find all of your favorites like Egg Foo Young, fried rice, and yes, General Tso’s Chicken. 

I’m a sushi fan and I could not have been more pleasantly surprised with the variety, freshness and quality!  To boot, the staff is very friendly and attentive.  This place is a must try for a quick lunch, a date night, or a family dinner.

Dining out does not require lotsa mula my friends.  I picked up a scrumptious Sauvignon Blanc from New Zealand. They are extremely reasonably priced at as little as $9/ bottle and can have some remarkable flavor characteristics such as minerally grapefruit and grassy sour apple.  Perfect for this weather.  NOSTROVIA!

Maybe I’ll see you there, but you won’t see me! So until next time, “Stay hungry and thirsty Chester County!” 

                                                                                                                                                                                    -Chaz

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