Feng Sushi has a handful of sustainability certifications to its name, and its carefully sourced seasonal menu aims to showcase the best of British seafood in attractively presented Japanese cooking. The menu is a long one, taking in cooked dishes - noodle soups, curries, tempura - in addition to sushi and sashimi, where inside out rolls feature prominently. Seasonal specials add variety, and there's also a selection of sushi made using brown rice rather than the standard white. Boxes and platters (some of them very large) cater for the takeaway crowd. Prices are a bit on the high side.
|Venue name:||Feng Sushi||Contact:|
1 Adelaide Road
|Opening hours:||Meals served 11.30am-10pm Mon; noon-11pm Tue, Wed, Sat; 11.30am-11pm Thur, Fri; noon-10pm Sun|
|Transport:||Tube: Chalk Farm tube|
|Price:||Main courses £7-£18. Set meal £12.25 bento box|
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Hi, I would like to share my takeaway experience with feng sushi. I started ordering from them about 2 years ago, I was very impress with their stated devotion to healthy and fresh food, very polite nice and quick delivery, cute and clean design of the delivery boxes, great choice of dishes on the menu, including brown rice dishes. And I thought that all the above was well worth relatively high prices. About half a year ago I got food poisoning and I suspected Feng sushi as the fishcakes were the only thing I ate that day. I was not sure though because Feng sushi PRs itself as such a clean healthy place. I however gave them another chance. since then I ordered probably 6 times from them. And 3 of the 6 times I could not it the food. It was not yet spoiled but it was not fresh at all, almost spoiled. Dear Feng sushi PLEASE WAKE UP. My latest experience with you: tasteless, old salmon eggs, dull and old tuna sashimi. This is just sad that such a nice brand is failing so badly.