All reader reviews by Niels Wergin-Cheek
This is one of the many Thai 'restaurants' that serve food in a pub. This one is located at the rear of the King's Arms pub, in a large room with a nice atmosphere of an old pub. The place is always busy, and tend to get rather crowded, as the food is very good, and excellent value for money.
Saturday, March 19, 2011
Food 7 | Service 8 | Atmosphere 8 | Value for money 10
Feng Sushi is rather disappointing.
We paid £50 for two , even though we didn't have much food (and only two beers). I don't mind to pay a bit more if the food is good, but at this place, the food is variable at best. The miso soup was good (though rather expensive, at almost £5), and so was the sashimi, but the California hand roll was poor - the seaweed paper was not crispy at all, and the 'chilli edamame beans' (again, rather expensive at almost £5) were very disappointing, too. The beans were drowned in lots of cheap sweet chilli sauce, not what we expected, and not suitable.
The service was not terrible attentive, and when we complained about some of the food, the waiter didn't really seem to care.
On top of it, this place has the atmosphere of a student refectory - that's OK when the meals are cheap, but this place most certainly isn't. Other Japanese places in London charge only half as much for basics such as edamame beans or miso soup .
Overall, we were very disappointed indeed, and we most certainly will never go to Feng Sushi again. There are many other Japanese places in London with are better (and cheaper, and more atmospheric, with better service).
Saturday, January 15, 2011
Food 4 | Service 4 | Atmosphere 2 | Value for money 0