Fresh and delicious. I go here about once each month. The food is fresh, delicious, and unique. The fish dishes are especially good. The wait staff is super. I'd highly recommend EG.
Great service with a friendly smile. We came here for a private party and it was my first time at Eurasion Grill. The whole staff was very friendly. The owner David Lum was very organize and had everything looking GREAT! He also had a funny personality and easy to talk to. The food serve was DELICIOUS! All of the food was serve so beautifully. The party was a big success and it will be a time that I remember for the rest of my life. Cheers
East trumps West in this rendering of fusion cuisine..
Low lights, a tiny, glossy bar and a slick design raise the Grill above its strip mall circumstances. Photos of the owner's Eurasian nephews and nieces adorn the walls. The dishes are more Asian than Euro--more wok than grill--although a New York strip steak and Caesar salad can be had. Dessert veers back to the West, with an Oreo version of grasshopper pie or a brownie sundae.
Vegetarians, avoid this place!. Despite the eclectic menu, this place has no vegetarian entrees. When I told the waiter I was vegan, he said all he could serve me was a small green salad. The tofu entree is made with chicken stock. After I pleaded with the waiter to bring me something, I got a plate of steamed tofu and vegetables with no seasoning whatsoever. For this, I was charged the amount as for one of their pricy entrees.
Overprice Overated Terrible Food. I have been here twice, once 5 years ago and once 6 months ago. This place is overpriced and the food is horrible. It is more a chinese menu than fusion. I have had better frozen chinese from the supermarket than this. Their soups are bland, the chinese food is also bland and overcooked. And the prices! Stay away from this place!
Unfused. I agree with a previous reviewer that this is not truly "Fusion" cuisine. More Chinese than anything. The food overall is O.K. not great but average. They seem to have a few dishes in which they excell but not all of them. The decor is pleasant but nothing special. The service can be bad. S L O W servers bordering on clueless. The host (I don't know if he is the owner) was rather obnoxious and drinking at another table. He was at times funny, but crude. Beware if you are thin skinned, his jokes can be ethnically offensive. Kinf of like an asian "Archie Bunker". Maybe that's the attraction. Overall expensive considering all the other Chinese restaurants around.
Asian fusion bistro at its best in Oakland County.
Exotic. People that appreciate it are adventurous about food and dining.
Not Fusion. I agree with the previous reviewer on the restaurant being more Chinese than fusion. I have eaten in many east/west fusion restaurants in other parts of the U.S. and this is not one. Although the food wasn't bad, in my opinion there are better Chinese restaurants at more reasonable prices. I guess calling it fusion means being able to charge more money. In fact, for the quality, I found it expensive. And yes, the owner is rather loud and obnoxious. But it's his place and I don't think he cares what anyone thinks anyway. Service can be slow and clueless.
Decent Food, Rude Owner. More Chinese cuisine than "fusion". This place would be better off if the owner would stop going from table to table bad mouthing other people. He can totally ruin your dining experience with his negative attitude. The food can be good.
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