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Feng Shang Princess

Cumberland Basin
Prince Albert Road
Regent's Park
Yelp Reviews

3.5 out of 5 based on 13 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Feng Shang Princess

3.0 out of 5 15 April 2016
by Maddison H.

Came here last weekend after driving past it lots. Food was good (not great, just good) but overpriced. Staff were too friendly, bit off putting - felt I couldn't enjoy my meal as they were always there. Would I go there again? Probably not.more

5.0 out of 5 16 January 2016
by Eric H.

Amazing place but difficult address to find. I just ask the taxi driver to take me to the Chinese boat near London Zoo. Food is fantastic. I like crispy duck roll and wasabi prawns. Seafood fish and prawns are very fresh and tasty. Spicy juice dumpling is really good. Dont miss it. For some reason, they serve very good Irish coffee too! I suppose thats why they call it fusion food!more

3.0 out of 5 15 December 2014
by Aaron R.

I have always wanted to go here since I have run by it several dozen times. The setting is really very cool, right on the canal. If you sit by a window, the ambiance is pretty cool. I also really liked the food, not too greasy, not intimidatingly authentic. It hits a nice balance.

Why 3 stars? Well, I am a fairly olfactory sentsitic even person and it just didn't smell that great...more

4.0 out of 5 15 November 2014
by Sheng H.

I'M ON A BOAT. Okay T-Pain/Lonely Island references aside, this was a great little Chinese restaurant that's literally a traditional Chinese boat that's floating on the outskirts of Regent's Park. Random right? But pretty damn cool especially when you come here at night and the whole thing lights up.

We had the Peking duck, sweet and sour pork, seafood fried rice, and something else I can't...more

4.0 out of 5 6 February 2014
by Mei S.

Beautiful restaurant (not really floating!) at a lovely location. But not much of a view once inside at night. Delicious food, well presented, but quite small portions, so pricey. Service good, unobtrusive and pleasant. Asked if suitable for our tastes. Indeed, it was.

If you want the proper Peking Duck you have to order 24 hours in advance and comes with a hefty £65 price tag! I think I...more

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