UNBELIEVABLE April Wednesday Night Special - 50% Off Pasta!.
I'm not one who can typically handle a lot of spice, but tonight I was a brave girl and ordered the same dish that DH ordered last time and LOVED:
Fuzio Firecracker Pork Fusilli: Ginger-braised pork, firecracker-hot habanero pesto and sour cream---give it a stir to mingle heat and flavors together. $5.13 at 50% off.
He ordered it again (of course...now I understand why once you have this dish, you can't order anything else on the menu!) and I asked for the habanero pesto on the side (so I could control my own heat) and extra sour cream to douse any fire! Just want to share a couple of things I thought of from tonight's dinner:
1. Variety and taking risks is the spice of life. I'm so glad I ventured far away from my typical "safe" non-spicy dishes...this was MUCH better than the Cambazola Rigatoni I had last time!
2. There is a fine line between pain and pleasure. I crossed it many times during the course of my meal...and I can't wait to come back for more next Wednesday...and be served by Lisa, who is kind enough to make sure I never run out of ice water!
We came back this last Wednesday to take advantage of their 50% off special and our awesome server Andrea repeated our 5-star experience. Even without the 50% off, the Fuzio Firecracker Pork Fusilli is definitely worth the regular price of $10.25!
GOOD FOOD GOOD PRICES!!!!. My wife and I have been going there for at least 6 years anywhere from 1 to 2 times a month,we try to go out to a movie every week,and Fuzio's is convenient and serves a very good meal( close to Dublin Theater).We have eaten there conservately well over a hundred times and can count the bad meals served us on one hand, (I think that's pretty extraordinary ) and they have always corrected the problem to our satisfaction.
Good atmosphere, not too noisy, sometimes crowded on the weekends, food is good, pricing is fine, and it's a nice open place.
Good Food, Great Prices. Went to the Dublin Fuzio's for the first time. Didn't have to make reservations, just seated promptly. It was a weekday, in the afternoon, so it was quite empty inside. Nontheless, the decor is beautiful. The food is good, and the prices even better. Loved the Calamari and Brucscetta. The waitress was a little on the ignoring side. She didn't tend to us towards end end of the meal as much as in the beginning. Didn't appreciate that. But overall, food was fulfilling.
From linguini to rice noodles, this mini-chain gives pasta a 21st-century spin..
This high-concept chain boasts a sleek, modern decor, with hard lines and bright colors. Living up to the restaurant's tag line "Universal Pasta," noodles serve as the basis for most of the menu, and are surrounded by everything from Asian accouterments--cilantro, shrimp and bean sprouts in a spicy pad thai--to Italian nouveau, such as fried calamari, portabello mushrooms or hickory smoked bacon.