Le Fusion

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Lè Fusion, nestled near the Singapore River, is a chic restaurant and bar where lèisure dining meets a lègacy of culinary innovation. Taking inspiration from their walk through the world, the passionate husband and wife duo behind Lè Fusion decidedly fuses all of their favourite eats in one place. Gently lit by red pendant lamps, Lè Fusion's walls are decorated with graffiti-esque pop art, with neon signs providing an extra je ne sais quoi. Lè Fusion is all about 樂 (‘le’, which means ‘joy’ in Chinese) in every aspect of its journey from recipe innovation, curation of ingredients, to an exquisite culinary and other-worldly experience for diners. While preserving the DNA of Chinese cuisine, Lè Fusion's culinary masterpieces are refreshed with contemporary tinkering and a unique twist of ingredients. From Imperial Double-Boiled Soup, accompanied with premium nu er hong, to Tsingtao Beef Fillet, every bite is a culmination of their passion for the culinary arts, and dedication to service excellence.

80 Mohamed Sultan Road
#01-07/08/09 The Pier At Robertson
Singapore 239013

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12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

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This place is so horrible that it deserves another post!!
Golden Phoenix - quail with Chinese glutinous rice.... the quail was so hard that my hubs had to keep chewing and cutting them into pieces... oh check out the gluttonous rice.. it’s so small that even a 3 year old kid will still feel hungry after eating that portion, not to mention an adult!
It’s not even worth the 1-1, now I know why this place is not crowded given that it is at Robertson quay.. if you want quiet and horrible food, you can consider here. Dun even need to call for reservation.


we ordered the pork fries which I’m not sure which part looks like fries? More like popcorn pork- this was the only legit item.
Bottom was trio pasta- green pesto, chili crab and squid ink.. it was so dry and cold and horrible and serving was small I basically finished in 5 mins,2 mouth fulls per portion, I mean... I DEFINITELY COOKED BETTER PASTA THEN THEM. Any coffeeshop Zi char stall is way better than this place.

Available for dine-in, takeaway and delivery.
Can place order by Call / WhatsApp +65 6363 9966 or order from https://lefusion.oddle.me for islandwide delivery

📍Le Fusion.
80 Mohamed Sultan Rd #01-07.

Since my friend was craving for truffle fries, we ordered this as an appetizer before the mains were served. Right after this basket of fries was placed on the table, there was a pungent smell that surrounded us which we didn’t realize it was actually from the fries. Until we started eating and had a shock as we weren’t expecting Parmesan cheese to smell so animalic. The truffle oil was no match against the Parmesan cheese. We eventually finished the fries despite the taste and the small portion, but I would really not recommend getting it.

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Another dish that was under the National Day Promotion was this Rougie Foie Gras Tobiko Fried Rice, priced originally at $34. As my friend was pregnant and had to avoid raw food, we asked for the tobiko to be removed. Surprisingly I enjoyed this more than the whole lobster golden salted egg yolk rice, given the wok hei of the rice. They weren’t stingy with the diced foie gras, though texture was dry and not too much of flavour in there.


Had this whole lobster golden salted egg yolk rice at Le Fusion as part of their National Day Promotion at 50% off (usual price at $46). Read the mixed reviews but still was curious about how it would turned out to be.

Unfortunately, like some others who mentioned, the thick sauce tasted more like pumpkin than salted egg yolk. Upon verification with the staff, we were told that pumpkin was blended together with the salted egg yolk. For a heavy flavour like salted egg yolk to be undetectable, it’s not difficult to guess the ratio of pumpkin to salted egg yolk used in there. Pretty disappointed. There were also bits of bacon, squid tentacles and tobiko. While a whole lobster sounds attractive, but its flesh was too dry after grilling. Perhaps they should work on the naming of dishes to avoid customers being misled.

I would probably just stick to their main menu items the next visit.