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Chalk Farm, London
7a Artillery Passage, London E1 7LJ
“Here at Habibi Sushi we love sushi. Opened in 2008, our sushi is hand prepared by our experienced chefs using only the freshest fish, thus giving you the best sushi experience. Our unusual name comes from our love of sushi and our sense of...” more...
9 reviews of Feng Sushi in English
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Hunted for their menu for ages, so her it is ;-
Feng Sushi has just had a relaunch and the sushi was delicious. It describes itself as a match between the "traditional and the modern" which I take to mean that traditional sushi cuisine is combined with more vegetables and tofu to give a more European style. There is also more rice than you would find in Japan, but that is what we are used to over here.
The restaurant is stylish and it is fun to be able to glance through one of the fish tanks and see into the kitchen. Not too sure what the fish make of the proceedings though.
Upon our arrival at Feng Sushi in Chalk Farm we are greeted by... nobody... infact we're basically ignored... The waitress at the till doesn't look up despite the restaurant being completely empty, and the waiter continues his texting away in the corner completely ignoring us.
After a wait, we're finally taken to a table, but despite the fact that there are only two of us in the restaurant at 8.30 on a Saturday night, service continues to be terrible throughout our meal.
We order our food, (a seemingly difficult process during which the waiter doesn't write anything down). The food arrives gradually over a 30 minute period yet dishes are not what we ordered... go figure....
The suggestion becomes that we are unaware of what we asked for... right.
On the upside the food is reasonably decent, though VERY costly considering what we get. A portion of what is described on the menu as "Tempura prawn" consists of only 2 prawns plus some tempura vegetables for over £10...
I would not eat here again.
I’d agree that a pretty good summation of this place is one of the better but more expensive sushi chains. The cheapest decent meal is about £13 and altho the 5 tempura prawns were good, they sure weren’t £15 good. The fish-to-rice ratio is very pleasing and the service here is speedy and efficient. I’d go back but not in a hurry as it’s a bits pricey for what it is.
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Good reliable sushi - the best of the chains (and the priciest). They deliver as well. Not a patch on 'real’ sushi, of course, but this is noticable better than Itsu and the restaurant has a calm and sophisticated atmosphere.
This tiny restaurant is a popular lunchtime haunt for those who work locally so if you swing by at peak time, finding a perch might be tricky. If you do squeeze in, you’ve done well. Their fresh and interesting sushi combinations are delicious, but for those who aren’t raw fish fans, try the noodle soup that comes with crisp and tasty tempura.
The deep fried rolls are decidedly inauthentic if you’re a true devotee of Japan, but none the less very tasty - although probably better for sharing - and, at the other end of the scale - the cherry tomato and feta salad with edamame beans is fresh, light and delicious.
Service is generally swift and friendly and, if you’re a fan of Japanese, and not a stickler for tradition, this modern take on it slips down a treat.
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