Despite the small size of the shop, Fushun Noodle and Dumpling is a great place to enjoy a good range of dumpling and noodle dishes. Aside from those dishes, the place also offers some Asian dishes that can be eaten with rice.
One of the Asian dishes available, their Chicken with Pepper and Honey had tender chunks of chicken complemented well by green beans and capsicum. The honey sauce that the ingredients were tossed in gave the dish a sweet taste, with a mild spicy hit from the pepper.
Chicken with Pepper and Honey (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
Normally offered as a noodle dish, we were able to order their Marinated Bean Curd with Peanuts and Black Fungus Noodle without the noodles to have a taste. The bean curd and black fungus gave the dish a chewy texture, with the peanuts providing a bit of crunch. The sauce used in the dish had a savoury flavour which tied everything together.
Marinated Bean Curd with Peanuts (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
The string beans in their Fried String Beans with Pork Mince had the crunch of fresh beans, the pork mince stir fried with the beans enhanced the flavour of the dish, and there was a bit of spiciness from the addition of dried chillies.
Fried String Beans with Pork Mince (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
Another of the Asian dishes served here is the Szechuan Hot Pepper Beef Stir-fry, which featured tender pieces of beef complemented nicely by a selection of vegetables. The taste of the dish was actually quite mild though there was still a bit of heat to help bring out the flavour of the ingredients.
Szechuan Hot Pepper Beef Stir-fry (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
Notable for its use of tomatoes, the Tomato Egg Stir-fry had a fluffy omelette that was partnered well by the tomatoes which gave the dish its distinctive flavour. While it might not look like it, the omelette pieces were easily picked up with chopsticks, with a spoon provided for scooping the sauce to drizzle over the egg.
Tomato Egg Stir-fry (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
Their Stir-fried Bok Choy in Garlic Sauce was one of the few vegetable dishes available, consisting of bok choy stir-fried in a garlic based sauce. The bok choy was cut up to make eating it easy and the garlic sauce subtly enhanced the flavour of the vegetable. If you prefer something that has a richer taste, they also have a variation of the dish in which oyster sauce is used.
Stir-fried Bok Choy in Garlic Sauce (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
Great as a snack or as an accompaniment to your meal, their Fried Pork Dumplings were very juicy contrasted perfectly by the crispy skin. You can use the soy sauce, vinegar and chilli sauce provided at the table to make a dipping sauce for the dumplings. The restaurant provided individual sauce plates for each customer.
Fried Pork Dumplings (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
For dessert, we chose to order their Red Bean Pancake. The pancake had a smooth red bean filling that was not too sweet, contrasted perfectly by the crisp pancake. If you prefer you can have it made with lotus paste instead.
Red Bean Pancake (Photographed by Jonathan Phoon)
Fushun has two long rows of seating which reminds of a food court - a food court with one stall only. Off-street parking is conveniently located in the U Park just across the street.