About Fengshui Dining
Fengshui Dining is a subterranean haven of sophisticated drinking and dining located less then a minute's walk from Monument station . As the name suggests, the menu showcases Pan-Asian cuisine that is based on balance and natural ingredients.
Award-winning Malaysian Head Chef Mr Kee Hock Teoh ensures that each and every dish is prepared using the finest ingredients and traditional cooking techniques passed down from generation to generation. Particular attention is paid to the balance of each dish – in terms of ingredients, spices, colours and presentation. Recipes have been taken from all over Asia and there is an extensive Dim Sum menu which can be enjoyed as starters or washed down with a cocktail or two in the lounge area.
The stunning décor, friendly yet efficient service not to mention the incredible food makes for a dining experience to remember.
So relax, unwind and enjoy food and drink that is good for the mind, soul and of course the palate!
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Venue Details & Map
1A Pudding LaneLondonEC3R 8AB
- +44 20 7929 0068
Ambience: dark, a little on the loud side, a hard to find entrance, and entry way that is not tall friendly.
Service: very good. Very helpful.
Food: took a fixed menu 20 pound per person.
- fried starters of prawns and calamari. Acceptable but poorly spiced
- beef chick and vegetables. Good but small portions.
- extra order of king prawns 15 pounds for 3 prawns covered in a sauce to...more
I've known Fengshui from when it's first opened and I can honestly say it still remains my favourite Cantonese restaurant in London for dinner, especially their a la carte menu. Being Cantonese myself with my dad a chef we do have high standards when eating out Chinese as we know what to expect. Sadly it is hard to find high quality Chinese in London nowadays without breaking your budget and...more
I popped in here the other day as I work locally (its right by Monument station).
Its brand new and I'd just heard about it from a friend, Its underground but that adds to the stylish appeal, away from the bustle of the street.
The food is delicate yet filling and the There were a lot of other enticing options on the menu apart from the Tang's chicken we chose.
I'd imagine it is also great...more