Close to the famous Roundhouse studios, Feng Chalk Farm has a modern decor to match is modern take on Japanese cuisine. The company prides itself for its sustainable credentials, the fish is super fresh and seasonal menus are chosen with care for the environment.
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Feng Sushi Chalk Farm
1 Adelaide Road
Chalk FarmLondonNW3 3QE
I really wanted to like this sushi place. The food was okay but service was SO slow. We went on a Saturday afternoon and there was only one other table seated. They were clearly already done with their meal and were just chatting. We proceeded to order our food rather quickly as everyone was hungry and knew what they wanted. We then waited about 45 minutes for even the first dishes to come...more
Totally overpriced! The food were not fresh at all!
We ordered a 'Japanese Bento', the price was £13.25 with only 7 pieces of sushi! Then, I ordered a 'Fish Katsu Curry', there were about 4-5 pieces of squids, 1 piece of fish and 2 prawns, even though they presented the dishes nicely, but the food were not fresh! The curry tasted a bit sour, seemed like it had gone bad or maybe that was...more
Really bad. Really, really overpriced.
Got 1 avocado roll, 1 veggie spring roll "mock duck" thing, and some eggplant for 17 pounds. The roll was fine, but not outstanding (we asked for inside out + brown rice + cucumber and didn't any of those things). The mock duck spring roll was strange because the wrapper was a thin flour tortilla rather than rice paper. It also came with the most...more
ordered in delivery from here after finding it on some "best delivery places" list. they list all the calories in the different dishes on their website, which is nice if you're trying to count. our food took a little over an hour to arrive, which was annoying because the japanese fish and chips had already gone cold, but after reheating it was very good. the sushi tasted very fresh toomore
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...more