Founder Silla Bjerrum sold a majority stake in her company to Luke Johnson in September 2010, and the chain has expanded since then. This branch, at the Royal Festival Hall, is great for everything from a quick bite to a full meal, and a good example of the chain's take on Japanese classics with a modern twist.
|Venue name:||Feng Sushi||Contact:|
|Cross street:||Royal Festival Hall|
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Average User Rating
3 / 5
- 5 star:2
- 4 star:2
- 3 star:0
- 2 star:0
- 1 star:3
Loved it! Everything we ordered was delicious. Will absolutely return and recommend to friends. It's quite a small restaurant so definitely book for big tables.
This venue doesn't seem to be aware that they are participating in this discount with Time Out. I went last night with a friend, in the morning I had called ahead to book and told theme we the phone that I had the Time Out Card. Once we arrived and sat down, I asked if drinks were included in the deal and they told me repeatedly that they were not doing any deal with the time out card whatsoever. After I insisted that I had looked it up the night before AND called to confirm, they finally said they would give me 15% off the bill. The service continued to be poor throughout the night, with us having to repeatedly get someone's attention to get anything we wanted, my water glass was empty the whole night, and the menu selection was poor. I payed the bill with the 15% discount and left. Very Underwhelmed. If a time out representative is reading this I think it would be worth contacting the venue to clarify the terms of the deal.
One of my new favourite restaurants! I have always been a big fan of sushi but this place hits the mark by being affordable and interesting
What a disappointment! I love the branch at London Bridge but this was dire. Edamame cold, tartare on cucumber so thick all you could taste was cucumber. Rubbish service too.
The service was poor, prices high and portions derisory. My Bento didn't even come in a bento box, which might have at least provided me with the visual impression that it was work the money.