Feng Sushi

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Feng Sushi

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
Address: Festival Terrace
Belvedere Road
Cross street: Royal Festival Hall
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3.4 / 5

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As part of our bi-weekly catch-up session, my friend and I like to explore a new eatery. This time around, we agreed on Feng Sushi because my friend had actually visited with her mum a while back and thought it was decent. 

Between the two of us, we ordered a starter plate of Sweet Potato Fries. This came in a decent serving and some ketchup on the side. I was quite surprised with how good these were seeing as we were in a Japanese restaurant. They were crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, naturally sweet, and coated in an interesting spice mix. It was slightly spicy and very flavourful!

For the main, we shared the 22 Piece Sushi Box. This was perfect because everything came in even numbers so it was easy to split. It consisted of 2 salmon nigiri, 2 seared salmon nigiri, 2 mackerel nigiri, 2 tuna nigiri, 2 sea bass nigiri, 4 salmon and chive maki rolls, and 4 tuna maki rolls.

This set included all of my favourite types of fish and they were sized well. The sashimi tasted fresh but not as fresh as I’ve had elsewhere, and it came with a good amount of wasabi and pickled ginger on the side so we didn’t have to ask for more during our meal. It was also decently priced for a dinner service and filled us up just enough!

The restaurant itself is actually quite small. There are a few tables along the window on the inside and some exterior seating, along with some bar seating, which is convenient for solo dining. The larger tables are in the centre of the restaurant and range from sitting on high tables to regular tables. We were lucky to get bar seating, but I would recommend making a reservation if you come in the evenings, as it can get busy with the after-work crowd and those coming to watch shows at the Royal Festival Hall.


Lovely little sushi restaurant, great food and even better location! Restaurant is not very big and as its set in amongst bustling Southbank, I'd always recommend booking a table ahead. Prices are reasonable, even more so when you can take advantage of the Tastecard offer. Sushi was well presented and portion sizes were good, we ordered lots of bits to share and both were very satisfied. Service did let the place down a bit, not sure whether they were understaffed, but it took a while for us to be acknowledged, orders to be taken and food to be served - so wouldn't rush back.


I like sushi but its not often I choose it as a place to eat out. We went out to explore Southbank and noticed that Feng Sushi was one of the few places around there that accepted the tastecard so thought we would give it a try. As sushi normally comes in quite small portions we ordered quite a range of food and was a bit overwhelmed when it was all brought to the table. I wanted to order the salted caramel ice cream for dessert but was just too stuffed to eat anymore! 

The restaurant was quite small and filled up quickly so may be worth calling ahead if you are planning a visit. The staff were pleasant but not overly enthusiastic like you get in some restaurants. I would definitely return in the future.


A Southbank staple, visiting Feng Sushi can be a bit hit & miss, especially in terms of service. Whilst the food is generally good (especially the maki rolls & fish) and served quickly, on the last two occasions we've visited, both times we've had to chase up forgotten parts of the order. The soft drinks were also served fairly warm last time, with no ice in the glasses. We generally have more success at the quieter branches, like Ravenscourt Park.


I love Feng sushi ... Here are the reasons why. The sushi is actually delicious and not just great for Instagram . its flavoursome and filling ! Price wise its reasonable for the quality you receive and effort put in .. Expect 6 pieces of sushi rolls varying between £4-£7 which is really reasonable!

If you're having a sushi craving wait no longer and head to your nearest branch! Thank me later ;)

Feng sushi is great! The south bank branch is in a great location for meeting friends or grabbing a pre-theatre bite. The prices are low (especially if you have a taste card!), the staff are friendly and the food is good. We went last night and ordered a feast - we got the feng selection which was a tasty combo of sashimi, sushi, spring roles and tempura. We also got salmon avocado rolls and gyoza. Have to say the gyoza weren't that great, but everything else was of a good standard and very tasty.


As a lover of sushi, it's often difficult to find quality food at low prices. Feng Sushi combined both perfectly, with the compliment of the Tastecard to the prices.

Prices are already reasonable, considering the very central and desirable location - London Bridge. 

We had a Miso soup, inside out sushi rolls of crab, brown rice soft shell crab and the complete piece de resistance was the salmon skin sushi. My partner had discovered about this by reading other reviews (otherwise, I don't think we would have ordered it!) The salmon skin was crunchy, giving great texture to a normally soft mouthful. There was a sweetness, combined with the subtle fish taste. The best thing ever - we ended up ordering another portion out of pure gluttony!

The atmosphere was very relaxed - perfect for date night (like we and the couple sitting next to us were doing) as well as group events. The venue is small and isolated, and quite hidden away from the hustle and bustle of the neighbouring streets.

Such a lovely find! Make sure you bring/borrow a taste card to receive 50% off all food. Our bill only came to £30 overall, including a pint of Asahi. 

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. 


A gem of a sushi restaurant! The food is so good. Absolute sushi heaven! And what's better, they are part of the Tastecard scheme so all Tastecard holders get a whopping 50% off all food. We had both sushi and sashimi, and it was all delicious. The only slight bad mark (and why I deducted a star) is the service. They're so slow. A waitress walked past us 5 times before stopping to take our order. But if you're not in a hurry to be served, you'll have no problems with this restaurant! 


Feng Sushi is a great place to grab food if you are on the Southbank.  The food is really good and the service is impeccable.  We thoroughly enjoyed our meal and had a variety of small dishes.  The service was great too and our waitress was very friendly and helpful.  Drinks are priced well too.

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.