O Fuzion (Blvd. Rosemont)

O Fuzion (Blvd. Rosemont)

O Fuzion establishes a new concept of Chinese and Thai food in the city, creating delicious meals with a gourmet style. The most exigent clients recommend us for being the masters of Chinese cuisine, you have to check our menu and taste exquisite plates prepared by us. Don't waste more time eating always the same meals, choose the new sensation of the city, choose O Fuzion, The best Chinese Restaurant in Montreal. Order online or by phone we offer delivery service or come at 2862 Rosemont Montreal for pick up.

(514) 727-1889

2862 Rosemont Montreal QC

Delivery Hours

Monday: 16:00 - 20:30

Tuesday: Closed

Wednesday: Closed

Thursday: 16:00 - 21:00

Friday: 15:00 - 21:00

Saturday: 15:00 - 21:00

Sunday: 15:00 - 20:30

O Fuzion (Blvd. Rosemont)
O Fuzion (Blvd. Rosemont)

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Sarah Pierce
Sarah Pierce

-this place always does us right ! the flavours and the quality is just awesome! I would highly recommend this great place !! you won't be disappointed ! bon appetit!!!!-

Michel-Steeve .
Michel-Steeve .

-Food is amazing, nice portion, good price, friendly staff, super quick delivery food always hot and fresh! W hat a great restaurent I would give them 10 stars but it stop at 5 lol-

David Champagne
David Champagne

-Best General Tao I've had in a long time! The wifey loves the Won ton soup. Overall very satisfied and we will order as many times as we can.-

Ashley Butcher
Ashley Butcher

-Ordered a mountain of food from here - portion sizes are huge, and the quality of the food is very high. Try their General Tao with good quality chicken and a sauce that's not overpowering - delicious! Their Garlic Spare Ribs don't look very good, but are also delicious, with meat falling off the bone. We found that the Singapore Noodles didn't travel as well, and were quite salty. We suspect they might be using MSG here.-