Famoso Fusion is a historic restaurant in Milan opened by the Chen family in the late 1980s (at the time simply named Famoso).
Immediately famous for its Cantonese-style Chinese cuisine, in 1996 it was one of the first restaurants in the city to experiment with fusion cuisine, in fact, expanding its menu with proposals first Thai and then Japanese, always in an imaginative and creative.
I tried their delivery service for what concerns the original Chinese formula and I must say that it was all very good - as well as having found a very kind and efficient customer service.
The dishes tried, all very tasty and abundant, are: gyoza (particularly greedy and tasty), rice noodles with shrimps, Chinese seasonal vegetables (I appreciated the addition of Chinese mushrooms), Peking duck (complete with pancakes, vegetables fresh julienne and hoisin sauce), dumplings with steamed prawns, salt and pepper prawns and xiaolongbao with steamed mushrooms.
The proposal, however, as it is easy to guess, is much wider and includes many classic Thai dishes and, as far as Japanese is concerned, an infinity of uramaki but also udon (sauteed or in broth) and fried foods.
Delivery service is fast and the dishes all arrive at the right temperature, ready to be eaten. The overall price is in line with the rest of the offer proposed in the city and for this I just have to try the other specialties on the menu.